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Tuesday, May 31, 2011

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Panel says ‘no’ to concrete on Boardwalk

Concrete-wary members of a local panel banded together Tuesday night to reject the city’s plan to replace wooden planks on the Boardwalk with a road — a surprise victory for those who feared the iconic seaside attraction would start to look like an everyday sidewalk. Comment.
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Prime cut: Woman wigs out at Prime Meats

Prime nuisance Comment.
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Rezoning rescinded!

The city has killed a controversial elementary school re-zoning plan that some parents feared would force their kids to travel too far to get to class. Comment.

Coastal rallyers form a human chain in Coney Island

-— Shavana Abruzzo Comment.
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No new mosque in ‘Brooklynstan’

Muslims should be the first to understand why a mosque in 2010 Brooklyn, USA would be problematic. Comments (1).
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The anti-Valentine’s Day parties

There’s not just good eating in the borough this Valentine’s Day. Check out the events below for some special love-themed events in Brooklyn, some traditional, some not (murder ballads, anyone?). Comment.
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Tribute to jazz great Joe Maneri

This February 9, the Irondale Center will hold a tribute to Joe Maneri, a Williamsburg-born jazz musician and composer who died this past summer due to complications of heart failure. Comment.

Monday, May 30, 2011

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Class KO: Student knocked out in Sheepshead Bay HS fight

Knocked unconscious — in school! Comment.
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Parents group hopes to stop charter invasion

Parents from a Coney Island public school are appealing the city’s decision to cram a growing charter school into their West Avenue facility, which they say is already overcrowded. Comment.
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Lost in the flood!

The offices of the Brighton Neighborhood Association were left in ruins following a massive May 17 flood — a disaster that the director of the 34-year-old advocacy group claims was man-made. Comment.

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