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Events deutsch-age-friendly
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I’m old, and I think the Sheepshead Bay subway station ought to have an elevator to make my life easier. Also, as a venerable tricenarian, I think kids need to be kept off my lawn and somebody ought to teach them some respect with those glowing doo-dads. Furthermore, dubstep sucks and isn’t music. Older adults like myself…

News & Features colonoscopy
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Coney Island Hospital is offering two free public seminars on colon cancer this month, featuring expert guidance on one of the most lethal – yet most treatable – cancer conditions. Colorectal cancer is the second-leading cause of cancer deaths in the United States among cancers affecting both men and women. About 140,000 Americans are diagnosed every year.…

Education scarf-flier
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Brrr! It sure is getting cold out there! While the rest of us bundle up, not all of the neediest in the city’s school system have the means to get a helpful hat or a solid pair of gloves. To help them out, Councilman Chaim Deutsch has launched a hat, scarf and glove drive to…

Arts & Culture
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Whereas the first Sheepshead Summer Stroll ushered in the summer in June, this second one, held this past Sunday, capped off the season. Hosted by Empower Sheepshead and the Brooklyn Chamber of Commerce, and sponsored by Sheepshead Bites, Assemblyman Steven Cymbrowitz, and the Kings Bay Y, the Sheepshead Summer Stroll closes down Sheepshead Bay Road to…

Business
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This is a paid announcement from the Brooklyn Chamber of Commerce and the Sheepshead Bay Merchants Association: This Sunday, the Sheepshead Summer Stroll is returning for a second time after the first-ever festival drew thousands in June. The community-wide block party will see Sheepshead Bay Road packed with games, giveaways, live entertainment and food from local restaurants on…

Business
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This is a paid announcement from the Brooklyn Chamber of Commerce and the Sheepshead Bay Merchants Association: The first ever Sheepshead Summer Stroll drew thousands on June 1, and now it’s coming back for a second time in 2014. The community-wide block party will see Sheepshead Bay Road packed with games, giveaways, live entertainment and…

Events
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Assemblyman Steven Cymbrowitz and representatives from several prominent Jewish organizations are hosting the Brooklyn Unites for Israel Rally and Concert torrow at 6 p.m. at Asser Levy Park (Ocean Parkway and Surf Avenue). The pol’s office said they expect thousands to attend. Sponsors include the Jewish Community Relations Council of New York (JCRC-NY), the Simon Wiesenthal Center, the Zionist…

Events
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Police forces across the nation will celebrate National Night Out Against Crime for the 31st year, and NYPD precincts in all five boroughs will be celebrating on Tuesday, August 5. The event is celebrated in more than 15,000 communities across all 50 states, representing the communities reclaiming their streets from violence and crime. Locally, the 61st Precinct…

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