Writer urges women to put some ‘Sparkle’ into their lives

Women need to add a little sparkle to their lives, said Bay Ridge writer-blogger Cara Alwill Leyba, whose popular blog “The Champagne Diet” has legions of fans across the country.
Better yet, women should BE the sparkle in their lives, she said.
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Bay Ridge realtor weighs in on price of presidential White House

Brooklyn broker Wade Jabour, owner of Jabour Realty Co. in Bay Ridge, recently examined an overlooked aspect of the 2012 election coverage: presidential real estate. … Full Article

Bay Ridge real estate attorney chosen to offer advice on

Brooklyn real estate attorney Robert Howe of The Law Offices of Robert Howe has been selected as an expert contributor for a new online how-to guide web site, … Full Article

Bike lane on Verrazano Bridge? M.T.A. says no

There’s a walkway on the Brooklyn Bridge, so why not a bike lane on the Verrazano Bridge? That’s the question asked by environmentally-minded Community Board 10 members seeking to make the Bay Ridge to Staten Island span friendly to those on two wheels.
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Finally! Bay Ridge sinkhole fixed

It took more than three months to get the job done, but the infamous 92nd Street sinkhole in Bay Ridge has finally been repaired.
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Bay Ridge board seeks to expedite street naming for 9/11 hero

A proposal to name a Bay Ridge streetcorner in memory of a Sept. 11 hero will be put on the fast track after Community Board 10 leaders said they were willing to bend the rules to accommodate the request.
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Got questions? Get answers at town hall

State Sen. Marty Golden (R-Bay Ridge-southern Brooklyn) is hosting two town hall meetings for constituents in both ends of his district. Golden said his goal is to give residents a chance to discuss quality of life issues with representatives of city agencies.
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Murrow grad’s painting displayed In Washington D.C.

A painting of a subway car created by an Edward R. Murrow High School graduate was recently on display in the lobby of the U.S. Department of Education building in Washington D.C., according to officials at the Brooklyn high school.
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Two popular neighborhood restaurants close their doors

Lovers of Greek and Italian food in Bay Ridge and Bath Beach are mourning the loss of two popular restaurants in the southern end of Brooklyn. Yiannis, an eatery featuring Greek cuisine that stood at 6901 Fourth Ave. in Bay Ridge for 35 years, has shut its doors for good. … Full Article

Bay Ridge banker takes on Assemblyman Brook-Krasny

Banker takes on Assemblyman Brook-Krasny
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