Bay Ridge Courier

Friday, Nov. 25, 2011


Ridge parish welcomes back old friends

Former congregants and students of St. Anselm’s Parish returned on Saturday for a mass and wine and cheese party to kick off a year of celebrations marking the 90th anniversary of the Bay Ridge church. Comment

Wednesday, Nov. 23, 2011


Occu-pie Bay Ridge! Pie social draws crowd for ample pies, good cause

Pie-eyed Ridgites showed up for the second annual Bay Ridge Pie Social on Sunday to show off their baking skills, sample the sweet treats, and raise money for a good cause. Comment
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Thief steal tires right off cars!

Plus the other crimes from Bay Ridge and Dyker Heights’s 68th Precinct. Comment

Tuesday, Nov. 22, 2011

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Kara-NO-ke! Board slams karaoke bar’s liquor license bid

No booze for you! Comment

Monday, Nov. 21, 2011

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Off course! Ridgite wants Marathon out of his hood!

A Bay Ridge man who walks with a cane is running out of patience with the New York City Marathon, and is demanding the racers avoid his neck of the woods so Ridgites can get one more enjoyably fall day on their calendar. Comment
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Ridge rage: Restauranteur says controlling CB10 has him thinking of moving — to Park Slope!

A Third Avenue restaurateur says that he made the worst mistake of his life when he bowed down to a local civic panel so he could get a liquor license — and now he’s considering a move to Park Slope! Comments (1)
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Some Ridgites stand behind scandal-scarred precinct

Dozens of residents showed their support for cops at the beloved Six-Eight during the precinct’s monthly community council meeting on Tuesday, offering thanks, praise — and a giant blue ribbon — to its top cop less than one month after five officers who worked there were charged in a gun-running scandal. Comments (3)

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