Bay Ridge

Adelphi Academy takes kids ‘Around the World in 155 Years’

Adelphi Academy of Brooklyn is giving students the chance to travel around the globe without ever leaving Brooklyn. … Full Article

Nostrand Avenue odyssey, part 1: A stroll from Sheepshead Bay to Flatbush Nostrand Junction

Boats bobbing in the waters of Sheepshead Bay. Bed-Stuy landmarks designed by famed late 19th-century architect Montrose Morris. These two photogenic sights, which sound so dissimilar, are connected by an eight-mile-long artery —  Nostrand Avenue. … Full Article

Comic Con returns to Fort Hamilton this weekend

The Fort Hamilton Comic Con is back for its second year, bringing all the fun and excitement of the world-class pop culture convention to Brooklyn.  It takes place in Bay Ridge at the Fort Hamilton Army Base Community Club at 207 Sterling Drive on Saturday, Oct. 14 from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. … Full Article

Half a century of celebration: Ragamuffin kiddie march, 3rd Ave. Fair on tap

Get ready Brooklyn, because a great weekend is coming your way! Grab hold of it and enjoy! … Full Article

Brooklyn braces for fallout from Bannon-Grimm partnership

The new partnership between former White House strategist Steve Bannon and former Congressmember Michael Grimm is causing a great deal of speculation in Southwest Brooklyn political circles, as partisans on both sides of the aisle come to terms with the national spotlight shining on the Republica … Full Article

Colonial Club offers timely talk about health care

Community leaders and members of the Colonial Club of Bay Ridge gathered on Thursday for a presentation on health care. The club strives to offer timely talks about community events and issues. … Full Article

Maria the Ice Cream Girl raises over $2,500 for Puerto Rico

Maria the Ice Cream Girl is feeling particularly sweet these days. A successful series of fundraisers she organized in Bensonhurst this month to help hurricane victims in Puerto Rico brought in a tidy sum of money. … Full Article

Ross Barkan talks about his political future

Ross Barkan is looking to change jobs and go from writing newspaper articles to writing legislation. … Full Article

New legislation imposes health and safety regulations on hookah establishments

On Wednesday, Sept. 27, City Councilmember Vincent Gentile helped pass a bill that’s been seven years in the making. The new legislation imposes more stringent health and safety regulations that hookah establishments will have to adhere to. … Full Article

Community Board 10 to hold Dyker meeting on Christmas lights

Community Board 10 officials, eager to avoid a repeat of the traffic jams that clogged the streets of sleepy Dyker Heights during the Christmas season last year, will hold a meeting with the Dyker Heights Civic Association and local residents next month to discuss ways to mitigate traffic b … Full Article


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