Photo by Fort Greene FocusIs your furry friend in need of a physical check-up? Then now is the time to visit the vet because Heart of Brooklyn Veterinary Hospital [http://www.heartofbrooklynveterinary.com/](775 Fulton Street) is offering a summer promotion [http://www.heartofbrooklynveterinary.com/forms/] in celebration of their
Below you’ll find information on events through the weekend. Check back in on Monday to see what’s scheduled for next week. Green Clean Dance Party When: Friday, November 14, 10pm Where: The Emerson [http://www.theemersonbar.com/] (561 Myrtle Avenue between Emerson and Classon Avenues) What: Enjoy $5
Since opening five years ago, Salud [http://www.saludnyc.com] (1308 Avenue H between Argyle and Rugby Roads) has helped keep neighbors healthy with thoughtful, organic food and happy with family-oriented service–and even expanded to a SoHo location [/blog/business/salud-is-expanding-to-soho] last October. On top of his hectic day-to-day
The morning after Superstorm Sandy swept through the neighborhood, local photographer and Sheepshead Bites contributor Max Bolotov [https://www.facebook.com/MaxBolotovPhotography] took to the streets with his camera. He documented the damage to homes, streets and businesses along and just off of the Emmons Avenue waterfront. As the anniversary
Men of the 3rd Ranger Company, 3rd Infantry Division, adjust their gear before undertaking a dawn patrol across the Imjin River, Korea. Source: KoreanWar60.com As the 60th anniversary of the armistice that ended the Korean War nears (yes, we know — it was “hostilities,” and not a war), the Department
Wow, talk about a survivor. Jimmy’s Famous Heros located at 1786 Sheepshead Bay Road (between Emmons Avenue and Shore Parkway) is celebrating its 75th anniversary all month long. Opened on February 1, 1938, Jimmy’s has survived the Great Depression, World War II, the massive inflation and oil embargoes
Thursday, December 13 Maddy Wyatt and Michael Wagner [https://www.facebook.com/michaelwagnermusic] play at Bar4 [http://bar4brooklyn.com] (444 7th Ave) tonight from 8-11pm. If you stop by early, you can grab $3 drafts and $4 well drinks during happy hour, which runs as usual from 6-8pm. Friday, December
Jay Stern and Lloyd Lederman were in high spirits yesterday, as throngs of people packed into the 2718 Avenue U storefront to celebrate the kosher-style deli’s 18th anniversary [/jay-lloyds-sell-1-hot-dogs-for-18th-anniversary/]. Not to miss a food celebration, Borough President Marty Markowitz stopped by to issue a proclamation honoring the Brooklyn deli.