Armed with a handgun, a money-hungry bandit paid a visit
to a Ridgewood variety shop last Thursday night, Oct. 21, and
took a sum of cash after threatening a worker with his
weapon, police reported.
Brooklyn Community Board 4 strengthened its commitment
to the arts by creating a committee to oversee it at the advisory
body’s Oct. 20 meeting at Hope Gardens Senior Center.
Board 4 unanimously voted to create a new Arts and Culture committee, to be chaired by board member Laura Braslow. More...
From seven-month-old Dolci Paradise Bakery to the venerable
Sidetracks Restaurant, eateries large and small set up and
displayed ther wares at the first-ever Taste of Sunnyside event,
held Tuesday, Oct. 19 at Master Billiards & Café.
(AP) There was great sport last week in ridiculing minor
party candidates at the governor’s debate, as if it was a
Night Live skit rather than the only candidates’ forum
in a critical election.
New York Cosmos’ pre-academy teams dominated South Central
squads during weekend play, with three teams—the Cosmos
U13, U12 Blue and U12 White—scoring a combined 27 goals.
Meanwhile, Victoria Monaco of the Cosmos’ Girls U10 squad scored a hat trick to lead the team in a 9-0 drubbing of the Brooklyn Italians. More...
With heavy hearts, family and friends regret to announce that MARION STEINBACH, formerly of Glendale, passed away on September 19, 2010 in Connecticut at the age of 87. Born on July 2, 1923, she was the beloved wife for over 50 years of the late George Steinbach, with whom she is now reunited. More...
Now that I’ve had a week to think about the big controversy
The View, I’ve come to the conclusion that my comment
that “Muslims killed us on 9/11” was really not what caused
Whoopi Goldberg and Joy Behar to walk off the set. More...