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Save The Date: Sheepshead Summer Stroll Returns September 7

This is a paid announcement from the Brooklyn Chamber of Commerce and the Sheepshead Bay Merchants Association: The first ever Sheepshead Summer Stroll drew thousands...

Photos: 62nd Precinct Celebrates Night Out Against Crime

The Bensonhurst and Bath Beach communities came together with police from the 62nd Precinct yesterday to celebrate National Night Out Against Crime. NYPD precincts in...

City Issues Last-Minute Denial For 18th Avenue Feast Date Change, Jeopardizing...

The Festa di Santa Rosalia, popularly known as the 18th Avenue feast, should be a go this year - but the dates are still...

Tomorrow: 62nd Precinct Celebrates National Night Out – Free Food, Rides...

Police forces across the nation will celebrate National Night Out Against Crime for the 31st year, and NYPD precincts in all five boroughs will...

Local Pols Support Ticker-Tape Parade For Troops Returning From Iraq, Afghanistan

Several local representatives to the City Council said yesterday that they support a proposal to throw a ticker-tape parade in Manhattan's Canyon of Heroes...

Local Pols Support Ticker-Tape Parade For Troops Returning From Iraq, Afghanistan

Several local representatives to the City Council said yesterday that they support a proposal to throw a ticker-tape parade in Manhattan's Canyon of Heroes...

Roundup: Purim Celebrations Around Sheepshead Bay

Let the Purim festivities begin! The Jewish holiday is just around the corner, kicking off Saturday evening and ending on Sunday. Celebrating the story...

Photos: Shorefront Y Holds Chanukah Celebration

A fraylichen Chanukah! The Shorefront Y (3300 Coney Island Avenue) ushered in the festival of lights with a community celebration this past Sunday, December 1....

Board Seeks Shorter 18th Avenue Feast

Community Board 11 has proposed a set of modifications that would shorten the length and duration of the 70-year-runnning Festa di Santa Rosalia, or the 18th...

Clinton Hill Celebrates End of Growing Season With a Spicy Festival

Clinton Hill is kicking up the fall heat with a Habanero Festival at the garden at Waverly and Myrtle Avenues. Neighbors are asked to bring their favorite pepper-infused dishes and recipes to share.

Photos: Bensonhurst’s Columbus Day Parade Brings Community Together

Although mayoral candidate Bill de Blasio may have used the occasion to tout his Italian heritage and the contributions of New York City's Italian...

Bensonhurst’s Alexander Shlaferman Throws “Xandernation” On Manhattan Bridge, Gets Arrested

[youtube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xKm5iTUsypE] Bensonhurst native Alexander Shlaferman is a multi-millionaire teenage business whiz-kid, responsible for operating the admittedly cool Vante Toys. According to a New York...

Photos: Dragons Fight And Children Play At 61st Precinct’s Night Out...

The officers, auxiliary force, leaders and community council of the NYPD's 61st Precinct celebrated another stellar Night Out Against Crime, with hundreds of children...

Tuesday: 61st Precinct’s National Night Out Against Crime

(CORRECTION: The flier above has the incorrect time. The event is actually from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m.) The 61st Precinct invites everyone in the...

Photos: Nearly 5,000 Celebrate Israel On Nostrand Avenue At Kings Bay...

Israel got some love on Nostrand Avenue last Sunday, and nearly 5,000 neighbors and children partied in the streets in honor of the Jewish...