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Bay Ridge residents say R doesn’t stand for relief

If you mention the words “Good Vibrations” to Bay Ridge residents living along Fourth Avenue, you’re not talking about a Beach Boys song. … Full Article
 

State moves to ban tattoos on animals

If you want to get your dog a tattoo, you might have to move to another state. A bill that would prohibit tattoos and piercings on dogs, cats and other pets has been approved by both houses of the State Legislature and will be sent to Governor Andrew Cuomo. … Full Article
 

The fine art of noodle-making on 18th Avenue

There's a fine art to making noodles. We got to see how the pros do it at Hand Pull Noodle & Dumpling House on 18th Avenue. … Full Article
 

Let them eat cake … and all sorts of goodies at Villabate Alba

Cake is a many-splendored thing at Villabate Alba.  … Full Article
 

Goooooal for Italia … or so they're hoping on 18th Avenue

World Cup fever is a good thing. Just ask 18th Avenue merchant Raffaele Naso. … Full Article
 

Hotel workers back Recchia for congress

Former councilman Domenic Recchia, who is trying to unseat indicted US Rep. Michael Grimm, has picked up the endorsement of the New York Hotel and Motel Trades Council, AFL-CIO.  … Full Article
 

They’re off to high school!

Ready to move on to high school, eighth graders at Saint Patrick Catholic Academy in Bay Ridge received their diplomas at a graduation ceremony on June 13, where Principal Andrea D’Emic encouraged them to always be their authentic selves as they embrace new experiences in high school and beyond. … Full Article
 
 

GOP wages 11th hour fight for human trafficking crackdown bill

In the waning days of the legislative session in Albany, state lawmakers were a whirlwind of activity, running around, advocating for various bills and hoping that their proposed legislation made the final cut. … Full Article
 

‘Smokey Joe’s Café’ coming to Owl’s Head Park

Councilman Vincent Gentile is teaming up with Jeff Samaha Theater Productions/Ridge Chorale to kick-off the summer arts season in Bay Ridge on June 22 with a free performance of the critically acclaimed Broadway musical revue Smokey Joe's Café. … Full Article
 

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