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Watch Evolution Of Historic Childs Restaurant In Charles Denson’s New Film
Arts & Culture

Watch Evolution Of Historic Childs Restaurant In Charles Denson’s New Film

This summer, for the first ever, music lovers will trek out to Coney Island to experience rock legends like Willie Nelson [/road-willie-nelson-visit-coney-island-summer/#.VykBN6ODGko], Beach Boys and Jane’s Addiction [http://www.sheepsheadbites.com/2016/04/coney-island-amphitheaters-summer-lineup-will-include-beach-boys-boston-sting-ziggy-marley/] at a gorgeous $60 million, 5,000-seat, outdoor amphitheater [/childs-amphitheater-coney/#.Vyj8uaODGkq]. But over the

On The Road Again! Willie Nelson To Visit Coney Island This Summer
Arts & Culture

On The Road Again! Willie Nelson To Visit Coney Island This Summer

(Photo: Willie Nelson / Facebook)The soon-to-open Coney Island Amphitheater [http://www.sheepsheadbites.com/2016/02/coney-islands-long-awaited-amphitheater-open-july/] has added another headliner to its already stacked summer lineup [http://www.sheepsheadbites.com/2016/04/coney-island-amphitheaters-summer-lineup-will-include-beach-boys-boston-sting-ziggy-marley/] . Country music legend Willie Nelson will play at the open-air entertainment venue on September 13, according the

Coney Island Amphitheater’s Summer Lineup Includes Beach Boys, Boston, Sting, Jane’s Addiction & More
Bensonhurst

Coney Island Amphitheater’s Summer Lineup Includes Beach Boys, Boston, Sting, Jane’s Addiction & More

Rendering of the new Coney Island Amphitheater. (Provided by Brooklyn Sports & Entertainment)The Coney Island Amphitheater [http://www.sheepsheadbites.com/2016/02/coney-islands-long-awaited-amphitheater-open-july/] hasn’t even been built and already the venue has some big acts scheduled to perform there this summer. Tickets for the open-air entertainment space are already

Coney Island’s Long-Awaited Amphitheater To Open In July
Bensonhurst

Coney Island’s Long-Awaited Amphitheater To Open In July

Rendering of the new Coney Island Amphitheater. (Provided by Brooklyn Sports & Entertainment)The long-awaited Coney Island Amphitheater [/seaside-park-community-arts-center-coney-island/#.VsSUNnQrI4Y] is on track to open this summer. Officials announced Tuesday that construction on the 5,000-seat, outdoor, entertainment venue will be completed in July — in time to host the Brooklyn borough

After City Withdraws Proposal To Remove Green-Wood Cemetery From Landmarks List, Plan Released For Reviewing Backlog
landmark

After City Withdraws Proposal To Remove Green-Wood Cemetery From Landmarks List, Plan Released For Reviewing Backlog

Photo via Green-Wood Cemetery [https://www.facebook.com/historicgreenwood/photos/pb.168452476528119.-2207520000.1436552017./455914641115233/?type=3&theater] The Landmarks Preservation Commission [http://www.nyc.gov/html/lpc/html/home/home.shtml] has finally released a plan to deal with the backlog of properties, after the Commission withdrew their plan

1277 east 14th st

Midwood’s Vitagraph Smokestack, Part Of Historic Movie Studio Complex, Could Be Torn Down After $20 Million Sale

Scaffolding went up last week. (Source: Lisanne Anderson)Neighbors are raising the alarm over potential plans to tear down a symbol of Midwood’s movie-making history, the 107-year-old Vitagraph smokestack near East 14th Street and Avenue M. Scaffolding now surrounds the smokestack, which still has the historic silent film company’

land usage

Hear Plans For McGovern-Weir At The Next CB7 Landmarks Meeting

Curious to see what Green-Wood Cemetery [http://www.green-wood.com/] has in store for the McGovern-Weir Greenhouse [/blog/history/green-wood-receives-funding-to-restore-mcgovern-weir]? Join neighbors at the upcoming land usage/landmarks committee meeting [https://www.facebook.com/permalink.php?story_fbid=238184079678464&id=195263140637225] , scheduled for 6:30pm on Wednesday, December 4, at

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Lundy’s Zoning Struggle Parallels War In Afghanistan, Says Cherry Hill Owner

Photo by Ray JohnsonWe’ve long covered the struggles of Cherry Hill Gourmet Market [/tag/cherry-hill-gourmet-market/] and its owners, who dumped millions [/7-million-dollars-dumped-in-sheepshead-b/] into renovating the space in the historically landmarked Lundy’s building (1901 Emmons Avenue) only to face opposition from local leaders about zoning and preservation violations. To

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