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News Source: NYPD
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Cops are looking for a man they believe is behind two armed robberies that took place in October 2014, releasing new video and a sketch of the suspect. The perp is described as a black male, 25 to 35, and approximately 5’10” and 160lbs. In the first robbery, which took place at approximately 7:10pm on…

Police & Fire
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Cops believe the same man is behind a handful of incidents in Sheepshead Bay in which the suspect posed as a police officer, flashed a gun and demanded property before running off. The suspect is described as a black male, approximately 35 years old, 5’7″ tall and approximately 160 lbs, and is believed to have…

Events
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Preparations are almost complete for Bay Improvement Group’s Bayfest 2014, the annual Emmons Avenue waterfront celebration now in its 23rd year. The event this year will be anchored by two main stages, with Broadway Beatles tribute band Strawberry Fields headlining one, and indie vocalist Darnaa & Friends performing on the other. There will also be…

News
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“Bullet Points” is our format for Community Board 15 meeting coverage, providing takeaways we think are important. Information in Bullet Points is meant only to be a quick summary, and some issues may be more deeply explored in future articles. Bunga-no! Community Board 15 voted last night to deny an application for a special permit to enlarge a…

Arts & Music
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The Sheepshead Bay / Plumb Beach Civic Association held its annual Memorial Day and Armed Forces Day Parade on Saturday, drawing scores of neighbors to watch antique automobiles, local veterans and school kids honor the men and women of the nation’s armed forces. Like other Memorial Day observances, the event remembers the local heroes who gave…

News
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Monsignor Thomas Brady, the beloved former pastor of Marine Park’s Good Shepherd Roman Catholic Church (1943 Brown Street), passed away Monday evening after more than half a century as a man of the cloth. Brady lost a long battle with an unspecified form of cancer, said Reverend James Devlin, who succeeded Brady in leading the…

Events
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Our friend Jack Spadaro from the Bay Improvement Group gave us a flier that had the following information: Volunteers with Occupy Sandy and other groups invite you to sit down with us and the Sheepshead Bay community for Thanksgiving Day Lunch, Thursday, November 22, roughly noon to 3 p.m. on Brown Street and Emmons Avenue. Please contact us…

Arts & Music
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Barbara McCord Way is the new name for Gunnison Court between Brown Street and Batchelder Street, the same block the longtime Plumb Beach advocate Barbara McCord lived on, and on which members of her family still live. Family, friends and local leaders unveiled the new street sign honoring the former chairwoman of the Sheepshead Bay…

Arts & Music
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I didn’t have much to say for today’s open thread, so my plan was to turn to YouTube and drop in a random video of a cat nursing a puppy or something. But, when I logged in, this video came up as featured. It’s a video that a (former?) resident put together that stitches together…

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