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July 15, 2018

Buy Back to School Deals to Donate




Reaching Out Community Services is a very well run food pantry and the people who work there are kind to the people who visit it. They are having a Back to School Drive. Staples and other stores are having Back to School Deals where paper and other supplies is very inexpensive.


It’s at 7708 – New Utrecht Avenue. See pics


Besides the school supply drive, they run a Thanksgiving Drive and Christmas Toy Drive. Info about their programs here.



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July 15, 2018

Irish Night August 2, 2018 Coney Island



Contact: Irish Haven    5721 4th Avenue     


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July 14, 2018

Tatted-Up Rapist in Sunset Park


The man in the video is wanted for rape.



Police said the man knocked on the door of the 34-year-old victim’s apartment near the corner of 52nd Street and 7th Avenue in Sunset Park around 1:00 am. He pushed his way in, showed her a gun and forced her into the bedroom. 

After raping her, he demanded 
cash. The victim complied and gave him $500 before he tied her arms with a sweater and ran away.


The victim freed herself and called police.


The man is described as being in his 30’s and 5 feet 8 inches tall with a medium build. Someone has to know him by the tattoos on his left arm!!


He was carrying a messenger bag at the time of the incident.


Anyone with information in regards to this incident is asked to call the NYPD’s Crime Stoppers Hotline at 1-800-577-TIPS (8477) or for Spanish, 1-888-57-PISTA (74782). The public can also submit their tips by logging onto the Crime Stoppers website at WWW.NYPDCRIMESTOPPERS.COM or by texting their tips to 274637 (CRIMES) then enter TIP577.


Story here.


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July 14, 2018

Assembly Exit – Reform Party Endorsement


Yesterday, Chris McCreight announced he wouldn’t be running for Assembly. He’s was a Bay Ridge favorite because he has spoken out against corruption for years.


After McCreight’s announcement, Bob Capano gave Steve Saperstein the Reform Party’s endorsement.


Usually candidates make a gracious statement to share the endorsement and an expression of thanks to the Chairperson of a political party. 


Saperstein told Bob to get to work. LOL.




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July 14, 2018

Mommy & Me – OLG in Dyker Heights



2 hour playtime for Two Year Olds – Two Days a week.


See more Mommy & Me Classes here.


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July 14, 2018

86th Street Rooftops – Bay Ridge




A different view of 86th Street in Bay Ridge than we usually see.


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July 14, 2018

Godspell by BrooklynOne July 27-29th




On July 27th – 29th, BrooklynOne is putting on a production of Godspell at Redeemer St John’s Lutheran Church 939 83rd Street in Dyker Heights, Brooklyn. 



Buy tickets here  $20 or $15 for senior citizens



Jannicke Steadman-Charles
Joanna Connolly
Dana DiAngelo
Erech Holder-Hetmeyer
Anthony Marino
Brandon Thomas Martin
Danielle Giacino Papaleo
Georgie Raiola
Miguel A. Sierra
Tyler VanTassel

John Panepinto
Brendan Rorke
Valerie Cirillo
Marialana Ardolino


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July 13, 2018

Nicole Malliotakis Lied to Channel 1 News




Assemblywoman Nicole Malliotakis lied to Channel 1 News. Reporter, Jeanine Ramirez shared that Nicole Malliotakis “blocked constituents on social media because constituents used profanity or abusive language.”


I have never used profanity on social media. 


In 2014, Nicole Malliotakis blocked me on Twitter after I pointed out that she had taken credit in a local paper for another Assemblywoman’s work (see tweet below).  I blogged about it here.




At the time, I called Assemblywoman Malliotakis’ office and she didn’t call me back.  Even her staffer, Paul Marrone, felt bad when I called back to confirm Malliotakis received my call. The tweets are dated so people can see this.





Nicole Malliotakis didn’t want to be challenged on her practice of press release politics, so she blocked me on Twitter. She also deleted her tweets to me.  Other residents who challenged Malliotakis when she ran for Mayor were also blocked – they didn’t use foul language either.


This year, after blogging about Malliotakis’ lack of involvement in Bay Ridge, Malliotakis’ representative at Community Board 10 Meetings in Bay Ridge accused me of bullying in retaliation. LOL…. I can’t help it that Malliotakis doesn’t do much here.


Malliotakis’ representative didn’t understand that blogging sites allow someone to set the date/time for when writing is published. He believed I was writing the blog while I was at work. I tried explaining how WordPress works, but he couldn’t understand/didn’t want to believe he was wrong.


I blocked him and weeks later, he wrote to me under another account. Assemblywoman Malliotakis did not step in or apologize for her representative’s outbursts on her behalf. 


I’m not sure why he continued to visit my blog,  as her upstate office seems to have taken care of that (see log below):



Although I didn’t sign the petition, I thank Fight Back Bay Ridge and other groups for holding politicians accountable in this community. 


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July 13, 2018

Summer Stroll Tonight in Bay Ridge 7/13/18



80th to 90th Street  6:00 pm – 10:00 pm



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July 12, 2018

Cleanup in Bay Ridge – July 15th – Shore Road


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July 12, 2018

Unos Summer Party for Kids – 7/17



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July 12, 2018

Drunk Driver Caused Belt Parkway Accident



Yesterday morning. Aleh Sheipak, a 50-year-old Brooklyn man drove onto the Belt Parkway. The news reported that he had  a blood-alcohol level of .21 percent (which they noted was nearly three times the legal limit).


Shipak drove his 2011 Volkswagon SUV on the wrong side on the Belt Parkway (eastbound in the westbound lane) and hit a Honda sedan. The Honda was being used as an Uber vehicle. (Seen below)


(Picture from news….Can you imagine what force this car was hit with)


Twenty-seven year old, Gerald Obah was in the backseat of the the Uber and died. He was taking the Uber from the airport to his apartment on 34th Street in Manhattan. Obah had been in California.  This man had his whole life ahead of him and it was ripped away from him by someone who didn’t care.  Here’s words from one of Obah’s friends. RIP Gerald Obah. Prayers for his family and friends who must be devastated by this news.   



Sheipak was arrested and charged with manslaughter, vehicular manslaughter, vehicular assault, DWI and DWAI. The Uber driver and other passenger were taken to the hospital. More info here.


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