Brooklyn Courier

Sunday, Oct. 25, 2009

Williamsburg

Cop indicted

Even though he scored a 0.0 on a breathalyzer test, a grand jury found enough evidence to bring drunk-driving charges against a Bay Ridge cop who mowed down a preacher’s daughter last month. Comment.
Williamsburg

Slashed on Broadway

An area man was slashed in the face after getting into an argument with a 31-year-old man. Comment.
Williamsburg

Triangle plan moves ahead

After weeks of deliberations, the City Planning Commission swiftly approved the rezoning plan for the Broadway Triangle, a 31-acre industrial site in South Williamsburg, by a vote of 12-1-1, setting the stage for City Council to take up the issue in a public hearing within 50 days. Comment.
Williamsburg

Bright idea on North 11th Street

Williamsburg is set for a brighter future with the grand opening of Light-Up %u2013 174 North 11th Street, between Bedford and Driggs avenues %u2013 where owners Lars and Susanne Dahlhaus celebrate the arrival of their “unprecedented lighting concept shop,” featuring an innovative new formula which allows shoppers to browse competitors’ websites on special in-store computer kiosks. Comment.
Williamsburg

Crime is Down but Noise Still Nettles

Williamsburg residents feel under siege from excessive noise and late-night rowdiness from local bars and restaurants in the neighborhood. Comment.
Williamsburg

Condo prices plunge; more rentals

Wanted: people with money looking to live in luxury new rentals or condos in downtown Brooklyn! Comment.
Williamsburg

Hoopster philanthropy is on the ball

With nary a hoop in sight, about 20 basketball dribblers bounced their way across the three East River bridges from Brooklyn to Manhattan to raise money and awareness about the genocide in Sudan. Comment.
Williamsburg

Bklyn housing market stirs this quarter

Home values in Brooklyn continued to slide, but sales activity is showing signs of life, surging for the second consecutive quarter, according to a recent report. Comment.
Williamsburg

El Puente Remembers Friends Lost, Celebrates Life Continued

Lemon Andersen may be enjoying a six-week run for his solo show at the Public Theater in Manhattan, but it was El Puente (211 South 4th Street), the pantheon-like theater space in Williamsburg where Anderson got his start, that hosted its own emotional night of performances to raise awareness on HIV/AIDS in Brooklyn. Comment.
Williamsburg

Burglaries, Robbers, and Graffiti Writers Apprehended

94th Precinct Deputy Inspector Dennis Fulton is optimistic about an autumn where crime is down and arrests have been made after several burglaries and robberies in Williamsburg. Comment.
Williamsburg

Witches Walk The Line

Halloween tends to bring out the child in everyone, but in Williamsburg, it’s happening literally. Comment.
Williamsburg

Poetry foundation finds a Brooklyn home

From Walt Whitman to Hart Crane, Brooklyn has historically been a location that attracts poets. Comment.
Williamsburg

OSA holds annual meeting to discuss park plans

Join the Open Space Alliance for North Brooklyn (OSA) to hear about plans to create new parks, and give your feedback on improving existing parks during the group’s next meeting, 6-7:30 p.m., October 29 at Our Lady of Mount Carmel Church, 275 North Eighth Street at Havemeyer Street in the Williamsburg section of Brooklyn. Comment.
Williamsburg

Somebody should’ve kept balloon boy on a short leash

You’ve got to pick up every stitch, must be the season of the witch - Comment.
Williamsburg

Toss UN report where it belongs

Enough already! Comment.
Williamsburg

Dating safeguards and political bullstats

Just when you think you’ve heard it all, along comes a scam that you haven’t. In Motor City, Michigan, a lovely young lady was asked out to dinner by young Mr. Handsome. Since Mr. H does not own a car our pretty princess consented to picking him up on a corner near where she resides. They made their way to a wonderful restaurant and enjoyed a bottle of red with their romantic dinner. When the check arrived Mr. H was dreadfully embarrassed. “I left my wallet in your car. May I please borrow the keys? I’ll be right back.” Comment.
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Pistol packing hamburglar

A 41-year-old man was arrested last week after he tried to stick-up the McDonalds on Fourth Avenue near First Street. Comment.
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Body Sculpt of New York helps address Bklyn’s health disparities with exercise initiative

Body Sculpt of New York has answered the call from the New York City Department of Health to address health disparities in African-American, Latino, Asian, and low-income communities at the Good Health Brooklyn Health Initiative, October 24 from 12-4 p.m. at Bartel Pritchard Square in Prospect Park. Comment.
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Condo prices here plunge; new rentals enter the market

Wanted: people with money looking to live in luxury new rentals or condos in downtown Brooklyn! Comment.
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Green-Wood Historic Fund%A0

The Green-Wood Historic Fund held its second annual benefit in support of the impressive array of preservation projects, community outreach events and educational programs that take place at Green-Wood Cemetery. Comment.
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BK housing market stirs

Home values in Brooklyn continued to slide, but sales activity is showing signs of life, surging for the second consecutive quarter, according to a recent report. Comment.
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$33M for stamping out Asian long-horned beetle

This is one beetle invasion Brooklyn can live without. Comment.
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Egg on their faces

They may hate the residents of Prospect Avenue, but not because of their religion. Comment.
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Old Stone House pumpkin patch is oodles of fun

A bounty of pleasures awaited mom, dad and the kids as they united for harvest festivities at the Old Stone House. Comment.
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Kids get to practice voting during Election Day celebrations at Prospect Park

Kids get to practice voting for New York City Mayor during Election Day celebrations at Prospect Park’s Lefferts Historic House, November 3 from 12-5 p.m. Comment.
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Game, set and match...and you’re invited

Steve Carberry, tennis director at the Regina Pacis Tennis Center, will be offering a free tennis open house from 1-2 p.m., November 1at the center, 66th Street between 12th and 13th avenues in the Dyker Heights/Bay Ridge section of Brooklyn. Comment.
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Don your spookiest Halloween duds during DUMBO art crawl

Brooklyn Arts Council & Artlog.com present a special one night Halloween themed art crawl, Collect Dumbo, in partnership with Two Trees Management & the Dumbo Improvement District, October 30 at 6:30 p.m. Check-in is at 111 Front Street & 55 Washington Avenue. A portion of all proceeds from the ticketed event go to supporting BAC. Comment.
Brooklyn Courier

Your comprehensive guide to upcoming civic meetings

The following is a list of community organizations that are meeting in the near future in your area. If you have any information that can update this listing, or any comments pertaining to organizations not yet covered, call this newspaper at 718-260-2529. All meeting notices are accurate as of press time, however, they are subject to change from the organization. Please contact the organization at the number provided for confirmation of date, time and location. Comment.
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Report: Brownstone residential rents sliding

It’s a renter’s market in Brownstone Brooklyn, according to a report released last week that found “dramatic” reductions in residential rents in the third quarter. Comment.
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Back to drawing board for Slope storefront

Against the recommendation of its Land Use/Landmarks Committee, Community Board 6 last week rejected the vision for a new storefront in the Park Slope Historic District. Comment.
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Kid conundrum! 39th candidates rail over public school muck-up

Here’s a quick question for you: How many candidates in the race for the 39th City Council District have children in public school? Comment.
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Atlantic Yards critic turns conciliatory

In something of an about-face, Assemblymember Hakeem Jeffries last week praised the Atlantic Yards project as “a major economic development venture that is vital to the economy and the future of Brooklyn.” Jeffries, who has recently been critical of the project, made his comments in a letter co-signed with fellow Assemblymember N. Nick Perry and State Sen. John Sampson written to Developer Bruce Ratner and Russian billionaire Mikhail Prokhorov, who recently bought majority ownership of the NBA’s Nets contingent on them moving to Brooklyn. Comment.
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Mistakes prove costly for Lincoln

Shawn O’Connor made sure to applaud and pat each one of his players on the back. The Lincoln football coach saw their heads down and shoulders slumped. Comment.
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Prayer to the bishop

About 16 parishioners and parents demonstrated at St. Saviour this week to call attention to their “divided” parish. Comment.
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Sustainable food comes to Fort Greene

Talk, listen and learn (and eat!) at the Fort Greene Food Conference, a grassroots, neighborhood-based event, sponsored by Council Member Letitia James in support of a just, sustainable, healthy and delicious food system in the Fort Greene and Clinton Hill section of Brooklyn. Comment.
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Crime slides in 76th Precinct

Three seems to be a charm for the 76th Precinct. Comment.
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Boerum Hill looks to rezone the nabe

“It’s a hard knock life” for Boerum Hill and rezoning appears more than a day away. Comment.
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Brooklyn housing market shows some signs of life

Home values in Brooklyn continued to slide, but sales activity is showing signs of life, surging for the second consecutive quarter, according to a recent report. Comment.
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Special salute to nursing trio

The Center for Nursing and Rehabilitation, a member of the Beth Abraham Family of Health Services, acknowledges the outstanding performances of three employees from the staff of its skilled nursing facility who have received awards:Marcelle France, Clinical CNA; Georgia Stewart, RN, and Kay Cato, CNA. Comment.
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Bright lights planned for Red Hook field

Red Hook might soon have its own version of Friday Night Lights. Comment.
BoroBeat

Cooking with gas: student chefs get new kitchen

After 15 years of learning how to prepare mouthwatering meals in a makeshift-if-serviceable kitchen, excited teen chefs at the High School for International Studies snipped the ribbon on a brand new culinary arts classroom %u2013 celebrating the special occasion with bragging rights and a buffet dinner. Comment.
Brooklyn Heights

Top nurses always have the right Rx

The Center for Nursing and Rehabilitation, a member of the Beth Abraham Family of Health Services, acknowledges the outstanding performances of three employees from the staff of its skilled nursing facility who have received awards:Marcelle France, Clinical CNA; Georgia Stewart, RN, and Kay Cato, CNA. Comment.
Brooklyn Heights

CityPoint to unveil new design

The city’s Public Design Commission (PDC) is expected to see initial designs for the long-stalled CityPoint tower project next week, according to city officials. Comment.
Brooklyn Heights

Housing market shows%A0signs of life in Bklyn

Home values in Brooklyn continued to slide, but sales activity is showing signs of life, surging for the second consecutive quarter, according to a recent report. Comment.
Brooklyn Heights

Boerum Hill seeks rezoning

“It’s a hard knock life” for Boerum Hill and rezoning appears more than a day away. Comment.
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G train jollies

Blotcg632 Comment.
Brooklyn Heights

Going gun gaga

Going gun gaga Comment.
Williamsburg

Total Recall: Brooklyn leads faulty foods

Every year since 2005, Brooklyn has been the borough with the greatest number of food products recalled because of a host of violations, data compiled by a federal lawmaker revealed this week. Comment.
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Lander finds himself surrounded -- by Republicans!

Even though he’s already won the Democratic primary for the 39th District, City Council candidate Brad Lander is still learning a thing or two about “the game” -- especially the unwritten truth that any event, no matter how important or benign, could turn into a political rally. Comment.

Monday, Oct. 19, 2009

Williamsburg

Boxed in

A 16-year-old thief armed with a box cutter carjacked a motorist on Berry Street Monday. Comment.
Williamsburg

City Council to Jump-Start Stalled Construction Sites

Standing before a backdrop of a featureless boarded-up vacant Williamsburg lot where construction has ceased for several months, City Council Speaker Christine Quinn and six Councilmembers introduced a new bill earlier this week that will allow developers to restart stalled construction sites if they agree to increased safety standards. Comment.
Williamsburg

‘Words of Bonds’ project at MSG

The rallying call to ‘Never Forget’ is one of the major themes of the Brooklyn-based non-profit School News Nationwide (SNN). Comment.
Williamsburg

Ringling Bros. seeks return to BK

The Coney Island Boom-A-Ring was such a big hit this summer that Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Circus not only wants to come back to Brooklyn again next year - they’re interested in making it an annual event. Comment.
Williamsburg

Gifted & Talented wanted for ‘Burg

A new gifted and talented primary school may be coming to Williamsburg. Comment.
Williamsburg

Bobko defeats Moshan; McCarren Tennis Wins

In the inaugural Williamsburg Open, Arthur Bobko defeated a feisty opponent, Michael Moshan, 7-6 (7-5), 6-1, but McCarren Tennis was the real winner this past weekend. Comment.
Williamsburg

Legal Services Makes Motion to Merge Brooklyn Offices

Legal Services of New York City, the largest federally-funded civil legal services program in the country is considering a move to consolidate its Brooklyn offices in order to centralize operations. Comment.
Williamsburg

‘Dark & Deviant’

The Tiger Lillies return to St. Ann’s Warehouse, October 16-17, 8 p.m.,with “Dark and Deviant,” a show, which celebrates 20 years of the Lillies’ dark, deviant and highly twisted theatrical music. Comment.
Williamsburg

McCarren Pk. pumpkins

Bright-eyed youngsters shared the spotlight with an emerald empire sparkling with orange beauties when McCarren Park feted the young and the young-at-heart with a pumpkin patch. Comment.
Williamsburg

Friends With Benefits fundraiser for the Numu Arts Collective

The Numu Arts Collective presents Friends With Benefits: A Benefit for the Numu Arts Collective, October 23, 7 p.m., at their Bushwick headquarters, 75 Stewart Avenue. The event will raise funds and present work by members of this new Brooklyn-based collective. Comment.
Williamsburg

Community divided on Metropolitan Wine Bar

A restaurant applying for a liquor license in the ground-floor space of a building off a quiet stretch of Metropolitan Avenue in Williamsburg has divided a community frustrated with outdoor noise levels but passionate for sophisticated late-night dining. Comment.
Williamsburg

Kids Make a Difference Annual Family Ice Skating & Carnival

The Brooklyn Chapter of Pediatric Cancer Foundation’s youth group, Kids Make a Difference, will host its annual Family Ice Skating & Carnival event at Aviator Sports & Recreation Center at Floyd Bennett Field on Flatbush Avenue, just south of Exit 11S on the Belt Parkway, October 25. Registration starts at 12 p.m. and the event runs from 1-4 p.m. Comment.
Williamsburg

CMJ coming to Brooklyn

With over 1,300 artists and over 75 venues participating in this year’s CMJ, from October 20-24, chances are, any show you go to those five days will be part of the marathon music showcase. Comment.
Williamsburg

David’s next move?%A0Birthday party!

Now that Councilmember David Yassky (D-Williamsburg, Brooklyn Heights) lost the race for City Comptroller, twice, many pundits are wondering what the retiring elected official will be doing next. Comment.
Williamsburg

Rest in peace, Spc. Kevin O. Hill [1986-2009]

If you love freedom, thank a vet. Comment.
Williamsburg

Democrat? Republican? What’s the difference?

Does it really make a difference if the Democrats are in or the Republicans? Rhetorical as it may be - it’s been on my mind the closer Election Day gets. Comment.
BoroBeat

Mmm...Havemeyer Sugar-Sweets Bake Festival%A0

Sweet Havemeyer Street! Comment.
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Something’s fishy...

A thief snipped the locks to Park Slope Seafood, 215 Seventh Avenue, last Sunday night, taking $400 in receipts. Comment.
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Bloomberg on the Gowanus waterfront

The city’s top boss last week arrived at the fetid foot of the Gowanus Canal, touting an alternate scheme for its clean-up and predicting a bright future for the polluted waterway — provided the city steers its revival. Comment.
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Prospect Heights shows off her stuff during biennial house tour

The Prospect Heights biennial house tour will be held October 18 from 12-5 p.m. The self-guided tour will include 11 wonderful homes and apartments. Comment.
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Music on Fifth

The Park Slope Fifth Avenue BID, in conjunction with the Brooklyn-Queens Conservatory of Music, hosts Music on Fifth, in which at least 15 musicians and groups will be performing along Fifth Avenue from Dean to 18th streets, October 22 & 29 from 7-8:30 p.m. Comment.
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‘No Parking Funeral Today’ opens

The 440 Gallery presents “Daniel John Weiner: No Parking Funeral Today,” now to November 29, with an opening reception October 23, 7-9 p.m. The gallery is at 440 Sixth Avenue in Park Slope. Comment.
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First Acoustics

Guitarist Patty Larkin continues the successful second season of First Acoustics, October 17. Larkin will perform at First Unitarian Church, PierrepontStreet between Monroe Place and Clinton Street in Brooklyn Heights. The concert will begin at 8 p.m. Tickets are $30, with a discount when purchased in advance. Comment.
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Return of the Fabulous Flea Market%A0

The Fabulous Flea Market returns to The Royale Bar, 506 Fifth Avenue between12th & 13th streets in the Park Slope section of Brooklyn, October 18 from 3-8 p.m. Comment.
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ACORN supporters turn out at rally

For Leroy Johnson, a compactly built man with a lilting West Indian accent, standing up for ACORN (Association of Community Organizations for Reform Now) is a matter of giving back to the organization that saved his apartment. Comment.
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Bookswap comes to Cobble Hill

The Cobble Hill Association is sponsoring a free Book Swap October 17 at the Long Island College Hospital (LICH) Sitting Park at Henry and Pacific streets in Cobble Hill, 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Comment.
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Let the Work Begin: Groundbreaking on New Library Later This Month

The construction of the new Kensington library will get underway later this month. Comment.
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Brooklyn’s Toxic Past

The legacy of Brooklyn’s industrial past and the spectrum of pollution in which we live are captured in Robin Michals’ photography exhibition, “Toxic City: Brooklyn’s Brownfields,” at the Brooklyn Lyceum, 227 Fourth Avenue in the Park Slope section of Brooklyn, October 25 through November 8. Comment.
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Locals worry about Kensington crime

From tires getting slashed to burglaries to hate crimes, several residents complained about an uptick of crime and lack of police presence at the recent Community Board 12 meeting. Comment.
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Mike Rouse album release party

Composer, filmmaker, director and solo performer Mikel Rouse will release his new album, Gravity Radio (Exit Music 1012), November 3 on iTunes and at all major retailers. Comment.
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Adult bereavement support at Calvary

Calvary Hospital has announced it will host adult bereavement support groups in downtown Brooklyn. Thanks to a donation of space through Premier Home Health Care Agency groups will meet weekly at a Court Street location. Comment.
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Help clean the Slope during Fall Civic Sweep event

Make a clean sweep of your home and neighborhood by joining the Park Slope Civic Council’s annual beautification, clean-up and recycling event, the Fall Civic Sweep, October 17. Comment.
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H1N1 Townhall meeting at Long Island College Hospital

Long Island College Hospital of Brooklyn will host a community town hall meeting about H1N1 and Seasonal Flu, hosted byDavid Wlody MD, Chief Medical officer and Tucker Woods DO, chairman of Emergency Medicine,October 29 from 6-7:30 p.m. at LICH, 339 Hicks street at Atlantic Avenue, in the Avram Conference Center, Rooms A and B. Comment.
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Ecology event

Find out what lives in the East River and help clean the shoreline to create a healthy habitat for the variety of species that call it home, October 17 from 1:30-3:30 p.m. at the Main Street section of Brooklyn Bridge Park (meet directly underneath the Manhattan Bridge). Comment.
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Laughing with the Saints on Duffield St.

Father James Martin, SJ, author of the memoir, “Laughing with the Saints,” will show how the saints and the great Christian spiritual masters used humor as part of a healthy spiritual life. All this and a few good jokes, too Comment.
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78th Precinct cops honored

A pair of cops were honored by the 78th Precinct Community Council this week for two separate arrests, which took three alleged bad guys — and two guns — off the street. Comment.
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Forget baseball, it’s bocce ball time!

The young and the young-at-heart had a ball in Marine Park, squaring off for the playoffs of the 15th Annual Citywide Bocce Championships. Comment.
High School Sports

Chemistry is major for Brooklyn Tech girls volleyball

Margaret Kwateng and Karolina Kowalska might as well be joined at the hip. The Brooklyn Tech seniors are close friends, share the same major at school and are both stars on the Engineers girls volleyball team. Comment.
High School Sports

Vital veers Lincoln toward bounce-back win

Andrew Vital has mastered the art of deception. The Lincoln quarterback does his best Houdini impression every time the play “Veer” is called. Tailback Doug Butler runs up the gut and Vital has the option of handing off to him or faking it and carrying it himself. Comment.
BoroBeat

Celebrate turkish culture

Whirling dervishes, folklore teams and mouthwatering cuisine whetted the appetites of revelers, who headed to Prospect Park for a taste of “Turkish days in New York.” Comment.
BoroBeat

Park Slope farmers’ market makes its debut

Ripened fruits and crisp veggies were just the tip of the iceberg for discerning boroughites as they made a beeline for farm-fresh delights on opening day of the Park Slope Farmers’ Market. Comment.
BoroBeat

A special salute to outstanding nurses

The Center for Nursing and Rehabilitation, a member of the Beth Abraham Family of Health Services, acknowledges the outstanding performances of three employees from the staff of its skilled nursing facility who have received awards:Marcelle France, Clinical CNA; Georgia Stewart, RN, and Kay Cato, CNA. Comment.
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Bike thief busted

A free-wheeling 37-year-old was arrested last week after he allegedly tried to ride off with another man’s bike on Cheever Place. Comment.
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P.S. 15 makes a merry noise

Mural arts, salsa dances and more lured mom, dad and the kids to a cultural arts festival at Public School 15. Comment.
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Apply for Hoyt St. Association funding

Submit your proposal to the Hoyt Street Association Community Funding Project (HSACFP), an annual grant program, initiated by the Hoyt Street Association, to help fund neighborhood improvement projects in Boerum Hill. Comment.
BoroBeat

Pumpkin painting: no tricks, 100 percent treat

Creative youngsters had gourds of pre-Halloween fun when Mazzone’s True Value hosted a pumpkin-painting party %u2013 complete with 25,000 pounds of orange beauties, paint and tools to spawn the most spooktacular squash, plus a strolling clown to tickle the funnybone. Comment.
Brooklyn Heights

Slashed over cigarette

A 22-year-old man had his face ripped open during an argument sparked by a pack of smokes. Comment.
Brooklyn Heights

Lawsuit filed to stop Dock Street project

An offshoot of the DUMBO Neighborhood Association filed a lawsuit last week to stop the controversial Dock Street project. Comment.
Brooklyn Heights

Levin on lookout for HQ

Democratic City Council nominee Steve Levin is looking for a home for his new district office, and Boerum Hill appears to be the front-runner. Comment.
Brooklyn Heights

Condo prices cut in%A0effort to attract buyers

Wanted: people with money looking to live in luxury new rentals or condos in downtown Brooklyn! Comment.
BoroBeat

Governor helps celebrate Sukkot on Kane st.

Governor David Paterson joined the faithful in recanting traditional tales, singing festive songs and displaying model dwellings when he stopped by the Kane Street Synagogue to help usher in the Jewish holiday of Sukkot. Comment.
BoroBeat

Blessing of the animals at St. Boniface

Yelps and howls filled the air as the blessing of the animals got underway at St. Boniface Church. Comment.
BoroBeat

Beautiful new Brooklyn mural

Downtown proprietor Barry Jacobson is no slumlord. Comment.
Brooklyn Heights

New Brooklyn Bridge Park organization announced

The 85-acre Brooklyn Bridge Park now under construction is quickly garnering the distinction of being the project with the most acronyms. Comment.
Brooklyn Courier

Help is on the way for F train

A ride on the F train might be fraught with delays and commuter dismay, but New York City Transit isn’t prepared just yet to take the blame for overcrowded conditions, the agency said in a report released last week.The fault, the document infers, lies not in the agency, but in ourselves. Comment.
BoroBeat

Lil’ Mama encourages young readers

Lil’ Mama was in da house %u2013 to take budding bookworms on a record-breaking word journey at the Brooklyn Public Library. Comment.
BoroBeat

Green-mobile hits Borough Hall

The Urban Divers Estuary Conservancy’s Enviromedia Mobile — a 48-foot traveling urban nature center and maritime museum — will rumble into Borough Hall Plaza next week for an official unveiling, part of a borough-wide mission intended to teach and enlighten. Comment.

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