Brooklyn shows support for victims of Boston Marathon bombings

A light projection show shined

A light projection show shined "NY 'hearts' B" on the side of the Brooklyn Academy of Music building. (4/16/13)

BROOKLYN - Brooklyn is putting Boston in the spotlight to show its support for victims of the twin marathon bombings.

A light projection show by Lucky Tran shined "NY 'hearts' B" on the side of the Brooklyn Academy of Music building in Fort Greene.

A moment of silence was also held before Monday night's Brooklyn Nets game at the Barclays Center. The Boston Celtics final home game was scheduled for Tuesday, but has been canceled due to the tragedy.

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