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The annual fall “Music from Good Shepherd” classical music series, under the musical direction of Michael Fontana, concludes this Sunday, December 14, at 6:00pm with a performance of Handel’s “Messiah,” featuring a full orchestra, choir and soloists. While admission is free and open to the public, donations for the performers are encouraged and greatly appreciated. Good Shepherd Church is located on…

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The annual “Music from Good Shepherd” chamber music series kicks of this Sunday, beginning yet another season of free recitals open to everybody in the neighborhood. The series of concerts, under the leadership of Musical Director Michael Fontana, takes place over the course of 10 consecutive Sundays at 6:00pm in Good Shepherd Church, Avenue S…

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Well, this is certainly something new. Councilman Chaim Deutsch and the Bay Improvement Group are teaming up to bring live music to Emmons Avenue’s Driscoll Tucker Park, beginning this Sunday. As you can see from the flier above, there will be three dates, with three hours of live music each day, beginning at 3:00 p.m.…

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The following is a press release from the offices of State Senator Marty Golden: State Senator Martin J. Golden (R-C-I, Brooklyn), in partnership with the Southwest Brooklyn Parks Task Force, today has announced the complete lineup of summer concerts set to take stage in our local parks this Summer. The concert series kicks off on Tuesday, July 8th when…

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The Coney Island Boardwalk Community Garden received an agreement from the city to stop construction of the amphitheater on the site of their recently destroyed garden. Construction will be postponed until June 10 when the Kings County Supreme Court will hear the case. The local garden community lost their greens, cats and chickens last year during a…

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