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Saturday, Dec. 5, 2009

Bay News

‘Santa Claus’ takes in ‘Miracle on 34th Street’

This Santa’s Great Xmas Present “Miracle on 34 St.” Santa Sings!Part I Comment
Bay News

School lines fallout

Several District 20 schools may soon be revamped. Comment
Bay News

Caring ‘sneakerhead’ puts his best foot forward

Brooklynite Kiante Young is a sneakerhead without a collection — and that, incredibly, is by his own choosing. Comment
Bay News

MTA gives ‘gift’ to F line straphangers

Feel free to take the F train this holiday season. Comment
Bay News

Telfair kin arrested

The sister of Coney Island-born basketball star Sebastian Telfair has been arrested in connection with a mugging on Mermaid Avenue. Comment
Bay News

MTA ‘gift’ to F train riders

Feel free to take the F train this holiday season. Comment
Bay News

‘Sneaker head’ puts best foot forward

Brooklynite Kiante Young is a sneakerhead without a collection — and that, incredibly, is by his own choosing. Comment
Bay News

Consumers urged to shop local

Shop local, folks! Comment
Bay News

Zoning some out

Several District 20 schools may soon be revamped. Comment

Monday, Nov. 30, 2009

Bay News

Brooklyn today: hookah pipes and belly dancers

Bay News

Full throttle Santa Claus

Just call ‘em reindeers on the run. Comment
Bay News

XO Creperie fire suspicious

The early-morning fire that ate through a Loehmann’s Seaport Plaza restaurant may have been arson, FDNY officials said this week. Comment
Bay News

Man shot during robbery

A 27-year-old man was shot in the leg during a terrifying confrontation with three masked muggers in Bath Beach last week. Comment
Bay News

Community meetings this month%A0

The following is a list of local community organizations that are meeting in the near future in your area. If you have any information that can update this listing, newspaper at 718-260-2529. All meeting notices are accurate as of press time, however, they are subject to change from the organization. Please contact the organization at the number provided for confirmation of date, time and location. Comment
Bay News

Dear Santa, give me a tax break%A0

For Alexa Sokolov, the upcoming Hanukkah and Christmas season is make or break time for her Rich Frog Toys shop at 211 Church Avenue. Comment
Bay News

Amendment to COBRA allows longer coverage period

Assemblyman Alan Maisel announced the Assembly has passed an amendment to the COBRA benefits law allowing a group of individuals who were covered at the time the law became effective %u2013 yet were unable to receive the extension if their benefits expired before their contract was renewed %u2013 to continue receiving coverage (A.40006). Comment
Bay News

Help for food addiction

Food Addicts in Recovery Anonymous (FA) meets on Mondays at the Midwood Library, East 16th St. between Avenue I and J, 6:30-7:45 pm; and on Wednesdays at the Kings Highway Library, Ocean Avenue and Kings Highway, 6:30-8 p.m. Comment
Bay News

North Shore Pops comes to Bensonhurst

The North Shore Pops Concert Band returns to the Parish House at the New Utrecht Reformed Church, 1827 84th Street, Bensonhurst, for a free Holiday with Pops concert on December 5, at 7:30 p.m. Comment
Bay News

A turkey in almost every pot

Assemblyman Steven Cymbrowitz’s office was turned into a “turkey warehouse” as hedistributed 100 turkeys to local community organizations and the area’s police precincts and firehouses to help make Thanksgiving a little more cheerful for those in need. Comment
Bay News

Cops: Youth Explorers help keep the peace

Everyone benefits from the NYPD Youth Explorers. Comment
Bay News

No barriers between actors and audience members at

New York City College of Technology will host “Theatre for One,” a unique live performance by one actor for one audience member, December 3 from 12:30-6 p.m. in the Voorhees Theatre, 186 Jay Street (north of Tillary Street) in Downtown Brooklyn. Admission is free. Comment
Bay News

Here comes Santa Claus

Brooklyn’s most famous Santa Claus, Carmine Santa Maria, will make his first stop of the holiday season at 11 a.m., December 5 in Bensonhurst’s Historic New Utrecht Reform Church Parish House, 18th Avenue and 84th Street, for the 11th annual “Breakfast with Santa” fundraiser for Cub Scout Pack 20 and Boy Scout Troop 20. Comment
Bay News

Amphitheater backlash shuts CB 13 meeting down

Community Board 13 is way too amped up over Borough President Marty Markowitz’s controversial $64 million amphitheater planned Asser Levy Seaside Park. Comment
Bay News

Turkey drop in Coney Island

When Councilmember Domenic Recchia talks turkey, the grateful hordes gobble it up. Comment
Bay News

1,000 turkeys at Borough Hall: just for the holiday

Brooklyn Deputy Borough President Yvonne Graham was talking turkey, turkey and more turkey as she helped dispense tons of holiday cheer outside Borough Hall during the annual Thanksgiving food drive. Comment
High School Sports

Orange Wave of emotion

Taji Randle played football for Thomas Jefferson from 1991 to 1995 and when he graduated from the East New York school, he didn’t have a victory to show for it. Comment
High School Sports

Kangaroos look to leap higher

Mismatch. Comment
High School Sports

Mistakes derail Dutchmen against Tottenville

Shaquell Jackson didn’t mince words. He knew why No. 2 Erasmus Hall fell to No. 3 Tottenville, 33-18, in the PSAL City Championship semifinals last Saturday in Brooklyn. Comment
High School Sports

Lincoln relying on youth to defend dynasty

Dwayne (Tiny) Morton has a message he often repeats to his young, inexperienced Lincoln boys basketball team: you have nothing to do with the last four city championships or eight straight trips to Madison Square Garden. Comment
High School Sports

Tigers fail to end on a perfect note

There was a dazed look on the faces of almost every Fort Hamilton football player as they walked around the field aimlessly. One of those “what just happened?” reactions. Comment
BoroBeat

Bikers throttle up the holiday season

Just call ‘em reindeers on the run. Comment
BoroBeat

‘Boxes of Love’ for Thanksgiving

Kind-hearted vollies helped make the holidays brighter for underprivileged neighbors by giving them “Boxes of Love” during a Thanksgiving outreach campaign, presented by the Salt & Sea Mission. Comment

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