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JFK's Sheepshead Bay painting to be auctioned off on 50th anniversary of assassination

This painting of Sheepshead Bay was created by John F. Kennedy when he was campaigning for president in Brooklyn in 1960. The painting will be auctioned on Friday, Nov. … Full Article

Lincoln football is one win away from returning to Yankee Stadium

Lincoln had taken an early 14-0 lead in last Saturday’s Public School Athletic League quarterfinal game, but New Utrecht started the second quarter off with a 32-yard pass that left it at the one-yard line in a big position to get back into the game. … Full Article

Jeffries tells city to flush plans for boardwalk bathroom

Take your comfort station and flush it down the toilet! … Full Article

Brooklyn filmmaker pays homage to Coney cult film 'The Warriors’

A Brooklyn-born independent filmmaker who was fascinated with the cult film “The Warriors” when he was growing up in Kensington has now made a new film featuring three of the original actors from the 1979 movie. … Full Article

Treyger looks to continue Sandy recover work on City Council

Councilman-elect Mark Treyger’s top priorities all start with the letter S – Sandy, safety, seniors and schools. … Full Article

Medicare fraud mastermind sentenced to 15 years in prison

On Wednesday, Irina Shelikhova, 50, of Brooklyn, was sentenced to 15 years in prison for her leadership role in a $77 million Medicare fraud scheme.  … Full Article

Referendum’s success brings Coney gambling closer—but only a little

New York voters’ approval of a referendum to expand casino gambling in the state could bring a Coney Island casino closer to reality – even though it’s quite a bit down the road. … Full Article

Savino urges Dems to vote with Working Families Party

State Sen. Diane Savino, a member of the senate’s Independent Democratic Conference, spent the last day before Election Day urging New York City voters to vote for the Democratic Party ticket, but on a different line on the ballot. … Full Article

Coney Island kids get into the spirit of Halloween

The Coney Island Boardwalk was filled with monsters, ghosts, zombies and other curious creatures, but their presence had nothing to do with the famous sideshow. These creatures might have looked frightening, but they were young and friendly! … Full Article

City seeks to unite Coney Island Creek areas

A revamped area around Coney Island Creek is one element in Mayor Bloomberg’s “resiliency” plan to strengthen shoreline protection around the city’s most vulnerable edges in the event of another major storm. … Full Article


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