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The month-long Toys For Tots toy drive rolls on this evening with their latest satellite event. Tonight, the Be Proud Foundation, the 41st Assembly District Democrats Club and the U.S. Marine Corps Reserve are joining forces to give donated toys to underprivileged children in the Russian-speaking community. Tonight’s event will be held from 6:00 p.m. to 8:00…


Councilman Lew Fidler, the 41st Assembly Democrats and Toy Drive founder Bryan Lee are back with their 12th annual ‘Toys For Tots’ toy drive. The annual toy drive is throwing their Grand Finale Party on Thursday night, December 20 from 7:30 to 9:30 p.m. at the 41st A.D. Dems Club, 2952 Ave. R. The toy drive…

Arts & Music

Be Proud Foundation and Cherry Hill Market (1901 Emmons Avenue) organized a food distribution event called Yad B’Yad (which means “hand in hand”), ahead of the Jewish New Year, Rosh Hashanah. The event caterered to the needs of the most desperate Jewish people of Brooklyn last Wednesday, including Holocaust survivors, single parents, World War II veterans, and the…


Activists blast Community Board member selection process, demand more transparency: The president of a local civic association and another active member of the community slammed the Community Board appointment process for a lack of fairness and transparency at Community Board 15’s final meeting of the season on Tuesday. Madison-Marine-Homecrest Civic Association President Ed Jaworski led…

Food & Drink

Has anyone else seen Urban Spoon’s list of “The Best American Restaurants in Sheepshead Bay?” The restaurants are, in order: Brennan & Carr Paradise Garden T.G.I. Friday’s Buckley’s Cherry Hill Gourmet Applebee’s Restaurant Sabor Latino McDonald’s McDonald’s Anyone else find it to be just a trifle… off?

Real Estate

We’ve long covered the struggles of Cherry Hill Gourmet Market and its owners, who dumped millions into renovating the space in the historically landmarked Lundy’s building (1901 Emmons Avenue) only to face opposition from local leaders about zoning and preservation violations. To sum it up: some local leaders and activists bristled that Cherry Hill’s owners…


The city’s Landmarks Preservation Committee approved an application by the owners of Cherry Hill Gourmet Market to legalize a series of alterations they made to the landmarked Lundy’s building during an August 2 hearing, tying no strings to the landlord despite outrage from community leaders. The hearing reviewed Cherry Hill Gourmet Market’s (1901 Emmons Avenue)…


New York City’s Landmarks Preservation Committee announced late last week that they’re going forward with a public hearing tomorrow, August 2, regarding violations at the landmarked Lundy’s building by Cherry Hill Gourmet Market, outraging local activists who say they’re being left out of the process. The hearing will review Cherry Hill Gourmet Market’s (1901 Emmons…