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Saturday, July 31, 2010

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Yanks beat the Cyclones

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Celebrating Lou Powsner

It was a very bad week for me; my right knee wouldn’t bend, causing me excruciating pain when I tried to get into bed. The bad boo-boo necessitated my having to cancel going to Lou Powsner’s surprise 90th birthday party at the Mirage Diner on Kings Highway. I wasn’t going anywhere soon and, even if I could, how would I get there with my right leg extended? — I couldn’t get into any car. Comment
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‘Born ready’ is now NBA ready as Stephenson signs deal with Pacers

“Born ready” is one step closer to living up to his moniker. Comment
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Taking the road less traveled, Exum commits to New Haven

Justin Exum had his heart set on playing Division I basketball. When that fell through, Xaverian’s star guard settled on the next best thing: playing for a Division I coach. Comment
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Cyclones lose series to Yankees

Call it even. Comment
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Chasing Maloof! Can Darrell Ceciliani hit .400?

Darrell Ceciliani is the best hitter in the history of the Brooklyn Cyclones — but does he have what it takes to be Jack Maloof? Comment
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Cyclones melt the Ironbirds

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Bonfe knocks in three in Cyclone win

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Cyclones lose second in a row to the Yankees

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Muslim group: Sheepshead Bay mosque WILL be built — and it won’t be so bad

Backers of the proposed mosque in Sheepshead Bay aren’t letting a few angry neighbors and a bomb threat deter them from seeing their dreams become a reality. Comment

Thursday, July 29, 2010

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Cyclones take the first game from the Yankees

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Wednesday, July 28, 2010

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A heroic day game win for the Cyclones

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And last night, the Clones won, too!

Spinners 4 Comment

Tuesday, July 27, 2010

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Eight lives left! Abandoned cats need new home

They sweated it out, but they survived. Comment

Monday, July 26, 2010

Bay News

As Vaughn goes, so go the Cyclones

Spinners 2 Comment
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The game of the week

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Man killed following boardwalk knifing

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Hometown hero Neil Sedaka and Brenda Lee wow crowds in Coney

On a lawn freckled with blankets, chairs and swooning fans, sweet-voiced Brighton Beach boy Neil Sedaka proved that “Breaking up is Hard to Do” with his beloved Brooklyn when he returned to tickle the ivories and float his beguiling vocals over Asser Levy Park, where he helped kick off a month of free summer concerts with fellow musical icon Brenda Lee, July 15. Comment

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