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The following is a greeting from Community Board 15:

The above is a greeting from Community Board 15. If you would like to make an announcement or send a greeting to tens of thousands of Sheepshead Bites readers, e-mail advertising [at] sheepsheadbites [dot] com

And don’t forget, you are all invited to Sheepshead Bites Fourth Birthday Party on June 29 at 8:00 p.m. at the Baron DeKalb, Knights of Columbus, 3000 Emmons Avenue, sponsored by Big Apple Sewer and Drain and TD Bank, with food provided by Bassett Caterers.

The following is a greeting paid for by Popular Community Bank:

The above is a paid greeting from Popular Community Bank.  If you would like to make an announcement or send a greeting to tens of thousands of Sheepshead Bites readers, e-mail advertising [at] sheepsheadbites [dot] com

All of  our readers, your friends and family are invited to Sheepshead Bites Fourth Birthday Party on June 29 at 8:00 p.m. at the Baron DeKalb, Knights of Columbus, 3000 Emmons Avenue, sponsored by Big Apple Sewer and Drain, entertainment sponsored by TD Bank and food provided by Bassett Caterers.

The following is a greeting paid for by Assemblywoman Helene E Weinstein:

The above is a paid greeting from Assemblywoman Helene E Weinstein.  If you would like to make an announcement or send a greeting to tens of thousands of Sheepshead Bites readers, e-mail advertising [at] sheepsheadbites [dot] com

All of  our readers, your friends and family are invited to Sheepshead Bites Fourth Birthday Party on June 29 at 8:00 p.m. at the Baron DeKalb, Knights of Columbus, 3000 Emmons Avenue, sponsored by Big Apple Sewer and Drain, entertainment sponsored by TD Bank and food provided by Bassett Caterers.

The following is a greeting paid for by Big Apple Sewer & Drain:

Big Apple Sewer & Drain wishes Sheepshead Bites a very happy 4th birthday.

Congratulations and best wishes!

The above is a paid greeting from Big Apple Sewer & Drain. If you would like to make an announcement or send a greeting to tens of thousands of Sheepshead Bites readers, e-mail advertising [at] sheepsheadbites [dot] com

All of  our readers, your friends and family are invited to Sheepshead Bites Fourth Birthday Party on June 29 at 8:00 p.m. at the Baron DeKalb, Knights of Columbus, 3000 Emmons Avenue, sponsored by Big Apple Sewer and Drain, entertainment sponsored by TD Bank and food provided by Bassett Caterers.

This is a paid announcement from Aqualina Cafe, Crab and Seafood Bistro.

Aqualina Cafe, Crab and Seafood Bistro, located at 181 West End Avenue, is Manhattan Beach’s newest cafe. Executive chef Paul Grafman takes the eclectic cuisine of his Russian, Greek, Ukrainian and French roots, and uses classic French techniques to add a sense of comfort food to each bite.

Chef Grafman comes from generations of remarkable cooks, whose eclectic cuisines were taught to him at an early age. This allowed him to embrace his family’s multi-cultural influences in his own cooking. Grafman spent his early years studying his family’s vast library of cook books  from world renowned chefs, and mastered  his family’s closely guarded recipes. Now, using his classical French training, Grafman adds his own flair by imprinting his style on every dish.

After graduating from LaSalle Military Academy and venturing off on many business pursuits, Chef Grafman realized his greatest passion in life was in the culinary arts. He awakened his dream by graduating from The French Culinary Institute in New York City in 2009. There, Chef Grafman was taught classic French cuisine by the “creme de la creme” of chefs. In August 2009, partnered with his family, Chef Grafman opened his first restaurant; the much honored Buccaneer Crab House in Freeport, Long Island.

Today, Chef Grafman is tantalizing palates at Aqualina Cafe, Crab and Seafood Bistro, taking the finest cuisine, reinterpreting it into heavenly, comfort, gourmet food, by building a haven of culinary delights, one delicious meal at a time. Aqualina’s menu includes amazing dishes such as Fisherman’s Stew (pictured), Soft Shell New England Clam Chowder, Baked Whole Bronzini, Braised Short Ribs, Seared Duck Confit, their world famous Crabs ad of course fabulous desserts. Come, have dinner with us!

Aqualina Cafe, Crab and Seafood Bistro, 181 West End Avenue, (718) 676-5939.

The above is a paid announcement by Aqualina Cafe, Crab and Seafood Bistro. Sheepshead Bites has not verified the claims made in this advertisement. If you own a business and would like to announce a special offer to tens of thousands of locals, e-mail us at advertising [at] sheepsheadbites [dot] com.

This is a sponsored announcement from Bay Improvement Group. 

Completely free, with no tickets needed, BayFest 2012 is Brooklyn’s largest waterfront celebration. Scheduled for Sunday, May 20, from noon to 6pm along eight blocks of Emmons Avenue overlooking Sheepshead Bay and Kingsborough Community College, BayFest 2012 will offer music by over 20 bands, including Jay & The Americans (who got their start in Brooklyn) as well as twenty young, up-and-coming groups on a main stage, mobile stage, and 10 piers (8 blocks).

Something for Everyone

BayFest 2012 is an all-ages event that, in addition to music on every pier, will feature dance troupes; gymnastics displays; and a United States Merchant Marine Academy kick-off that includes a color guard, drill team demo, and rampart trumpet performance.  The Brooklyn Nets Mobile basketball unit; FDNY smokehouse; FDNY fireboat water display; and educational exhibits by organizations like the Brooklyn Children’s Museum, the New York Aquarium, and the Brooklyn Public Library are also planned. A kids’ zone will offer face painting and amusements, and an arts & crafts area for making something to take home. BayFest 2012 will also feature raffles; food, drink, and performer merchandise sales on docked cruise ships (Piers 8, 9, and 10); sponsor tables with information and giveaways; and much more.

Event Details

What: BayFest 2012: Brooklyn’s Largest Waterfront Celebration
Where: Emmons Ave. from E. 27th St. to Ocean Avenue (Piers 1-10), Sheepshead Bay, Brooklyn, NY
When: Sunday, May 20 from 12 noon to 6pm

Bay Fest 2012 Program Guide Proof

The above is a sponsored announcement by Bay Improvement Group. Sheepshead Bites has not verified the claims made in this advertisement. If you represent a business or organization and would like to make an announcement to tens of thousands of locals, e-mail us at advertising [at] sheepsheadbites [dot] com.

Photo by Ned Berke

This is a paid announcement from Miramar Yacht Club (3050 Emmons Avenue), one of Sheepshead Bay’s premier boating communities.

If you’re interested in sailing, then Miramar Yacht Club is the place to learn!

Escape to an area where sailing re-awakens your senses. Feel the southerly breezes that will fill your sails and your day with experiences that make you feel vital and alive. Experience fishing in an ocean filled with snappers, blues, bass, and fluke.

But first, learn the skills you need to get on the water. Miramar offers a one-day course, packed with four hours of sailing instruction, a demonstration on an actual boat and hands-on learning. The class also comes with a colorful booklet to get you started, a guide and lunch.

The best part? By taking this class you also earn a free afternoon of real sailing in our Seek & Sail event in June. All you have to do is sign up for our class this weekend, and one of our captains will take you out on the water and put your skills to the test in June (exact date TBD).

The class is Sunday, May 6, from 11:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m at our 3050 Emmons Avenue location. Cost is $60 per student, or $100 for a couple.

To register email Sail@MiramarYC.com or call Irene at (718) 743-5823.

This is a paid sale announcement from Miramar Yacht Club.  If you own a business and would like to announce a special offer to tens of thousands of locals, e-mail us at advertising [at] sheepsheadbites [dot] com.

 

This is a paid announcement from 92nd Street Y presenting Vladimir Vysotsky: The Voice of Russiain English Translation – the Russian Sundays series.

To several generations of Russians, Vladimir Vysotsky (1938-1980), is the undisputed Bard of Russia and one of the most beloved figures in the pantheon of Russian culture. His songs appeal to people of all backgrounds and seem to tell everything there is to know about Soviet Russia.

NYU professor of ethnomusicology Dr. Martin Daughtry, and actor, director and faculty member of Julliard’s drama division Moni Yakim come together to celebrate Vysotsky’s work and discuss the life and art of this legendary artist. The conversation, accompanied by footage of original recordings of Vysotsky performing his songs (with English subtitles), is followed by a presentation of scenes from the musical Let Us Fly, based on English language version of Vysotsky’s songs and created by Moni and Mina Yakim.

Sunday, May 6th, 4:00 p.m.

92nd Street Y
1395 Lexington Avenue
New York, NY10128

For more information and to purchase tickets, click here.

This event is part of the Russian Sundays series, supported by Stanley D. and Nikki Waxberg.

This is a paid sale announcement from 92nd Street Y.  If you own a business and would like to announce a special offer to tens of thousands of locals, e-mail us at advertising [at] sheepsheadbites [dot] com.

This is a paid announcement from My US Concert, which is presenting Burlesque at Brighton’s historic Millennium Theater on May 18 and 19. Tickets start at $35 and can be purchased here.

Audiences will experience the art of the tease as critically acclaimed Quinn Lemley stars in her new hit touring production, Burlesque to Broadway.

Along with her sexy sidekicks – and a smoking 10-piece big band – Lemley takes audiences on a journey from the early days of underground burlesque clubs to mainstream acceptance by the Broadway establishment and beyond.

This unique theatrical concert honors rule-breaking icons, such as Sally Rand, Gypsy Rose Lee and Mae West, and celebrates their ascent as they danced on the edge of the law, laid bare the double standards of the era, and fueled a movement that would influence divas for the next century.

“When people think of burlesque they often think of striptease,” said Lemley. “And while that’s certainly part of the fun, the burlesque movement of the 20s and 30s had much broader cultural influence.” The women of burlesque drove trends in fashion and comedy, and even served as the launch pad for the television variety show. “From Cher to Lady Gaga, we continue to see the influence of the burlesque movement in everything from music to fashion to dance.”

Despite its cultural relevance, this show is no history lesson. Song-and-dance fun will fill the theater as the as the cast belts out unforgettable classics such as ‘Hey Big Spender,’ ”Let Me Entertain You,’ and “She’s A Lady” while they dance to Merete Muenter’s provocative bump-and-grind choreography.

The highly anticipated limited-run will be presented two nights only, on May 18 and 19 at 8:00 p.m. at Brooklyn’s historic Millennium Theater.

Tickets start at $35 and can be purchased here.

This is a paid sale announcement from My US Concert.  If you own a business and would like to announce a special offer to tens of thousands of locals, e-mail us at advertising [at] sheepsheadbites [dot] com.

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Click here to place your order through JoMart’s website. Just be sure to use promo code “SHEEPSHEAD2012″ to collect your 10 percent discount!

This is a paid sale announcement from JoMart Chocolates (2917 Avenue R), Southern Brooklyn’s most acclaimed chocolatiers.  If you own a business and would like to announce a special offer to tens of thousands of locals, e-mail us at advertising [at] sheepsheadbites [dot] com.

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