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Sunday, June 13, 2010

Bay News

City’s traffic calming plan excites local residents

The city is ready to install traffic-calming measures at West Sixth Street and Kings Highway as dozens of residents and business owners are rallying to stop the plan in its tracks. Comment.

Saturday, June 12, 2010

BoroBeat

Teachers v. students equals a kickin’ start to summer fun at PS 52

It’s not every day you get to kick your teacher — even if it is in good fun! Comment.

Monday, June 7, 2010

Bay News

Off Broadway, Brooklyn’s ‘Housewives’ shines

Trying to hail theater lovers amidst Park Avenue’s climbing towers, the very modern and sedate fronted 59 East 59th Street Theater proudly proclaims “59 E — America’s Off-Broadway 2010.” It is a subdued theatrical oasis amidst the tall towers of Madison and Park avenues’ business offices. Comment.
Bay News

Dream come true: Brooklyn’s Ottavino makes Major League debut

Adam Ottavino realized a lifelong dream Saturday afternoon. Comment.
Bay News

Memorial Day madness: Teen stabbed outside Luna Park

The much-hyped opening of Coney Island’s Luna Park closed on a far-from amusing note this past Memorial Day when a 17-year-old stabbed another teen just feet from the spanking new summertime entertainment spot. Comment.
Bay News

Sheepshead Bay parking garage rejected

Residents on Tuesday gave a resounding no on a special permit plan to add a 101-car parking garage in the heart of Sheepshead Bay. Comment.
Bay News

Look out below! Brightwater Towers residents fear West 8th St. subway station

Even forking over $50,000 a year for parking can’t help some Coney Island residents keep their cars — or their lives — safe. That’s because bottle-slinging hoodlums have made parking underneath the West Eighth Street subway station a nightmare. Comment.
Bay News

Nature lover: Man busted for masturbating in Bensonhurst park

Natural gratification Comment.
BoroBeat

Lena Cymbrowitz health fair — the prescription for a good life!

The services were among several offered at the Lena Cymbrowitz Community Health Fair in Sheepshead Bay, May 23, where pro-active boroughites found the prescription for good health — complete with screenings, information, giveaways and a good time. Comment.

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