More than 400 participants shook, danced and jumped away the calories during the Relay For Life [/tag/relay-for-life/] of Bergen Beach, Mill Basin & Marine Park’s largest indoor Zumba class ever, hosted at the Aviator Sports Complex, according to Record Setter [http://recordsetter.com/world-record/people-doing-the-zumba-new-york-city/22389#contentsection] . Organized by
Professional hockey in Brooklyn is no more! After two seasons at Floyd Bennett Field, the Brooklyn Aviators have folded due to financial issues. The team’s owners are looking for “alternative sources of income,” according to Brooklyn Daily [http://www.brooklyndaily.com/stories/2012/30/all_aviatorscrash_2012_07_27_
Area residents, their lives touched by cancer, came together to celebrate those who have battled the disease, remember those who lost their lives to it, and pledge to continue fighting to find a cure, during Aviator Sports’ inaugural Bergen Beach, Mill Basin & Marine Park Relay for Life [/saturday-relay-for-life-at-aviator-center/]. Featuring live
Hipsters, like the ones pictured above, will likely travel en masse to Southern Brooklyn for the Jelly Rock Beach music festival. Source: Flickr/♔ philea ♔So much for “talentless, ironic, trend sucking, wanna-be urban, pseudo pioneers [http://diehipster.wordpress.com/2010/05/12/warning-to-all-hipsters/]” not crossing south of the red line
Photo by Allison F.I received this letter yesterday from an ecstatic parent, gushing over an appearance by teammates of the Brooklyn Aviators hockey team. We wrote about the Aviators recently, and noted its rising profile as another great Southern Brooklyn pro-sports team [/like-hockey-its-the-aviators-time-to-shine/] . Read what the parent, Allison F.