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    Friday, July 31st, 2015

    Taking a Cooking Class in Indian Cuisine Tonight!

    Lee and I are taking a class in Indian cuisine. I wasn’t looking to take a couple’s cooking class, I just wanted to go and learn how to cook Indian Food. When I told Lee about it, he wanted to go to. The chef has the cooking classes at her home in Brooklyn.   I […]

    Saturday, July 25th, 2015

    Swimming Lessons for Children in Bay Ridge

    Swim Lesson for babies 3 months old and up and children in Brooklyn     1) American Red Cross Swimming Lessons at the Fort Hamilton Army Base Pool.   For children age 3-18 to learn to swim. The site says that classes have 3-5 children. $175 for 6 hours – Classes are 1 hour each and they […]

    Wednesday, July 15th, 2015

    18th Avenue Feast Brooklyn August 2015

      I am constantly being asked When is the 18th Avenue Feast this year?  The 2015 Feast of St. Rosalie or the Festa di Santa Rosalia or the 18th Avenue Feast  is going to be held on Thursday, August 20th through Sunday, August 30 on 18th Avenue. . The Feast of St. Rosalia takes place on 18th Avenue from 68th […]

    Monday, July 13th, 2015

    Weekend Walk in Bensonhurst Brooklyn

    On 18th Avenue from 62nd Street to 75th Street on Sunday July 19th from 1:00 pm to 6:00 pm and again on Saturday July 25th, the 18th Avenue Merchants are having a Weekend Walk Marketplace. I have to find out if they are having the Italian feast this summer on 18th Avenue.

    Saturday, July 11th, 2015

    Ice Skating in the Summer in Brooklyn

      I had no idea that we could go ice skating in the Summer in Brooklyn!  We went to Aviator Sports 3159 Flatbush Avenue in Brooklyn.  It’s not expensive and it is so much fun. There was hardly anyone else there so we enjoyed an empty rink. I hadn’t been ice skating in many years! […]

    Friday, July 3rd, 2015

    Where can I see fireworks in Brooklyn on July 4, 2015

      On Friday July 3, 2015, you can see Fireworks at Fort Hamilton Army Base – info here   What is there to do during the day on July 4th in Brooklyn?  1) Go to the Beach – if you go to Coney Island, they have the hotdog eating contest between 11 and 1 pm. […]

    Friday, June 26th, 2015

    Mason Jars in Bay Ridge 11209

      Where can I find mason jars in Bay Ridge? I love mason jars and I used them in my kitchen to decorate. Often teachers will e-mail me and ask me where they can purchase like 25-30 mason jars for a low price in Brooklyn because they are using them for a craft. Today, my […]

    Monday, April 6th, 2015

    Best Wedding Venues in Bay Ridge and Surrounding Areas

    Many Brooklynites like to have their wedding at El Caribe. Here are some other venues in Bay Ridge or nearby for weddings:   Wedding Venues in Brooklyn   *The most beautiful and unique wedding reception we were to was at Steiner Stu dios – Studio 6 in Brooklyn. The fourth floor roof was open for everyone […]

    Thursday, September 18th, 2014

    Bay Ridge Camera Stores & Camera Repairs

      Everyone knows you can go to Best Buy (Caesar’s Bay – 8923 Bay Pkwy) to purchase cameras or camcorders. There is a small, but current supply of cameras and supplies at PC Richards (576-80 86th St). There are also some local camera stores we use in Brooklyn or NYC because they have more supplies in stock. Focus Cameras […]

    Monday, September 2nd, 2013

    Bay Ridge Nursery School and Pre-K Cost- 3 year olds

    What preschool programs are available for two and three year olds in Bay Ridge, Brooklyn?  BayRidge has a lot of programs and choices. And we compiled our info here because there are just so many out there. You really need to visit them and see what is right for your child and you as some […]

    Saturday, March 9th, 2013

    John Quaglione is the Problem

    John Quaglione do politicians start out as good people who want to help the community or are they just people who are looking to use the system for their own benefit? Last Spring, freight trucks started using our residential block regularly instead of the streets which were designed to handle the weight of these trucks. […]

    Thursday, March 7th, 2013

    John Quaglione – Bay Ridge

    When I saw last week’s Brooklyn Paper, the ‘Twitter’ story caught my attention. I recognized the names involved, but I don’t know either man that well. As I read the story, I was annoyed that these two men argued over the littlest thing: Quaglione’s garbage and recyclying weren’t picked up. Now of course that is not […]

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