Bay News & Brooklyn Graphic

Friday, April 30, 2010

BoroBeat

Pre-Mom’s Day brunch salutes Coney’s Good Sams

“I can tell you that there is nothing like seeing the face of a child light up as he or she receives a new toy for the holidays,” said toy drive co-founder Brian Gotlieb as he presented plaques to six “surrogate moms” for their selfless community work during a tribute brunch in Coney Island. Comment.
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Latke gravas: Fried throwdown at Menorah

Too many cooks in the kitchen only added to the fun fry-up when the Menorah Center for Rehabilitation and Nursing Care in Manhattan Beach held a potato pancake contest, glazing the winners with something more than just dough — golden spatulas and major bragging rights. Comment.
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Bridal show wows shoppers at K’Plaza

The inaugural April 24 showcase at the shopping center — Flatbush Avenue at Avenue U — featured gowns from Allisa’s Bridal and men’s suits provided by Access Men’s Clothing. Comment.
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King the Czar at Kaiser

Refreshing the entrance to Kaiser Park with a lick o’ paint was a slam-dunk for former New Jersey Nets player Albert King. Comment.
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Gravesend lil’ leaguers march to their ‘field of dreams’

C’mon now, play ball! Comment.
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New archive at PS 195 immortalizes “lovely” librarian

A beloved Manhattan Beach reading teacher was immortalized before her family, colleagues and the children she taught when PS 195 dedicated its refurbished library to the memory of Sandra Rosuck. Comment.

Monday, April 26, 2010

Bay News

Former Boys & Girls star commits to Robert Morris

Most of America was pulling for Robert Morris in the opening round of the NCAA Tournament when the 15th-seeded Colonials nearly knocked off No. 2 Villanova. When Robert Morris’ upset bid came up short, nobody was more disappointed than Lamount Samuell, Jr. Comment.
Bay News

Smile! And you can work at Luna Park!

The man running Coney Island’s newest amusement park has some advice for all those hoping to land a job at the People’s Playground this summer: smile. No, really smile. Comment.

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