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MAN OF THE HOUR: Theodore General, was joined by his wife, Janet General, left, daughter, Teresa Mendez, right, and two grandchildren, Grace, 8, and Giovanni, 10 months, after being honored for his continuing dedication to the school’s community on Weds. Feb. 14.
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Bay Ridge

He’s the man of the hour.

Hip, hip hooray for Theodore “Ted” General. The Bay Ridge man-about-town, columnist, and generally do-gooding guy was presented with the 2018 Brotherhood Award at the Parent-Teacher Association’s International Brotherhood Tea at PS/IS 104 on the day of love, Feb. 14.

Ted was honored for his continuing dedication to the community.

Principal Marie DiBella, along with Ted’s wife, Janet Olson-General, his daughter Teresa Mendez, grandchildren Grace and Giovanni, and a passel of well-wishers including Janine Faustner, Dana Poskanzer, Dolores LaRocca, Sophia Koutouzis, and Victoria Anoshina were all on hand to honor Ted for his selfless dedication to the children, the school and the community.

Wife Janet said it best in a Facebook post: “Congratula­tions to my husband on being the recipient of the 2018 Brotherhood Award honoring your continued love and service to our community.”

Ted, in case you didn’t know it, is the driving force behind the Ragamuffin parade held each year, writes an opinion column for another publication, Generally Speaking, and is on the Prison Ship Martyrs Memorial Committee, to just name a few.

Standing O salutes Ted for all his hard work.

Downtown

Truckin’

Standing O welcomes Korilla BBQ, the award-winning South Korean barbecue food truck founded by Edward Song, which has found a new parking spot and has opened up shop at an outpost at Forest City New York’s 2 MetroTech Center.

Korilla BBQ started out as a food truck in 2015 and is long known for its Korean barbeque-inspired burritos and tacos, spicy pork rice bowls and kimcheese fries.

Korilla BBQ [2 MetroTech Center, Downtown]

Brooklyn Heights

Prom time

Don’t know what to do with those fancy threads hanging out in your closet? Well you can help out the Junior League of Brooklyn. The organization is calling for donations of prom dresses, tuxedos and suits in support of the 10th Anniversary of “Belle and Beau of the Ball” the League’s annual formal attire drive and scholarship fundraiser for Brooklyn eighth grade and high school seniors. The general public can drop off donated attire and accessories, with a special request for jewelry and ties, at Brooklyn Borough Hall, Brooklyn Chamber of Commerce, Investors Bank and Headquarters of The Association of Junior Leagues International in the Financial District until April 21.

Belle and Beau of the Ball will be held in partnership with The Brooklyn Sigma on April 28, at the Crown School (P.S.161) in Brooklyn.

Junior League of Brooklyn [55 Pierrepont St. at Hicks Street in Brooklyn Heights, www.brooklynjuniorleague.org/botb].

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Posted 12:00 am, February 22, 2018
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