Sunday, Nov. 7, 2010

BoroBeat

Wag-tastic Howl-oween fun-draiser for pet rescue group

New Miss Brooklyn Christina Moore was the cat’s meow when she put on the dog and headed to Kensington this Halloween to be a part of a canine-themed benefit for an animal mission. Comment.
BoroBeat

PS 115 students write chapter on Halloween fun with storybook parade

Dragon kings and princesses bounced alongside bright-eyed witches while sweet cowpokes shared the sidewalk with gleeful ghoulies, all of them mesmerizing delighted pedestrians and motorists who waved and cheered as the pre-kindergarteners passed them by in a colorful human ribbon along E. 92nd Street, off Avenue M. Comment.
Crime

One of these days, Parker will go to trial

The long-delayed case against pugilistic state Sen. Kevin Parker (D-Flatbush) may be brought to a jury before the end of the month. Comment.
High School Sports

It’s academic: Xaverian loses three key starters to grades

The losses are piling up for Xaverian, on and off the football field. Comment.
High School Sports

Bard upsets Sheepshead Bay, winning its ‘A’ playoff opener

Winston McKoy was disappointed when Bard was given the 21st seed in the PSAL Class A playoffs because, the coach said, it showed the league failed to acknowledge its solid first year in Manhattan A, arguably the best division in the city. Comment.
24/7

Ladies night! Clover Club reveals its secrets — but only to women

Cocktail secrets — revealed! Comment.
24/7

Annie Keating, Park Slope parent, celebrates her fourth album at Southpaw

Annie Keating has gained fans all over the world for her honest, refreshing acoustic act, often found on the folk festival circuit. But to celebrate her new album, there’s nothing like playing in your own backyard. Comment.
BoroBeat

Crown clients battle diabetes on the sidewalk

Even being in a wheelchair didn’t stop Myra Haynes from participating in a walk-a-thon for the American Diabetes Association in Sheepshead Bay on Saturday. Comment.
BoroBeat

Spooktacular Coney kooked up for first Halloween Parade

The Mad Hatter chummed around with a ghoulie while a ghostie hobnobbed with a witch, all of them gleefully falling in step with other trick or treaters kooked up in Coney Island for the calendar’s most spooktacular weekend. Comment.

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