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From all of us at Sheepshead Bites, to all of our readers – have a Merry Christmas! Even if you don’t celebrate, we hope you have a fantastic day. For those sticking around the neighborhood, here’s a list of government offices, services and more that’s open, closed or operating with special hours today and tomorrow.…

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Thursday, December 25 is Christmas, and if you’re headed out of town, here’s hoping your travels are safe and easy despite the crummy weather. If you’re sticking around the neighborhood, note that Christmas Eve, Wednesday, December 24, is not an official city holiday, so all city government offices, including courts, are open. Here’s some information you might need…

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The holiday season in Brooklyn is a great time to be a kid (and a parent!), with the flurry of tree and menorah lightings, abundance of hot chocolate, and, of course, strings and strings of dazzling lights. Here are 15 of our favorite upcoming events around the borough: Sinterklaas at The Wyckoff House Museum When: Saturday, December…

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The team at Sheepshead Bites wishes all of our readers a Merry Christmas. The greatest gift of all is getting to serve you, our readers and the community, all year long, and we hope we all share in a happy, healthy and prosperous year to come. While we do love bringing you news, information and…

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Trying to get around the city this Christmas? Make sure you account for the following change: On December 25, trains will run on a Sunday schedule, meaning no B service, and Q service ends at 57 St-7 Av. R service runs via the Manhattan Bridge. If you’re driving, alternate side parking rules and parking meters…

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The U.S. Marine Corps Toys for Tots local drive organized by Councilman Lew Fidler’s 41st Assembly District Democratic Club is again the largest such drive in New York City for the eighth consecutive year, scoring 7,750 holiday gifts for needy and disadvantaged children. While the number is impressive, an even more impressive number came out…

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From the Department of Sanitation: The NYC Department of Sanitation will be conducting special collections for mulching and recycling of Christmas trees. Collections will take place beginning on Wednesday, January 2 through Saturday, January 19, 2013. Residents are encouraged to put out their discarded trees at curbside as early as possible during the collection period. DSNY asks…

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