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Daily Archives: January 14, 2013
Cafe Steinhof (422 7th Ave) has a music lineup on Wednesday and Thursday, that is sure to ease you blissfully through the midpoint of the week. First up, is everyone’s favorite country rockers, The Jack Grace Band, on Wednesday night. Take it from this Texas native. Once you go honky tonk, you’ll never go back.
Like beer? How about free beer? The Monro Pub is holding a special tasting of Belhaven Brewery’s Belhaven Black, this Wednesday, from 7pm – 9pm. Stop by, meet the beer reps, have a taste, and brag to all of your friends that you are among a select few who have had the pleasure of sampling
Whether you’re a fan of beauty pageants or not, it’s pretty darn cool that this year’s Miss America lives in our neck of the woods. Mallory Hagan, the 23-year-old Alabama native, who tapped her way to victory last night, reportedly lives on 17th Street in Windsor Terrace. In addition to acting as the National Goodwill
After Karen Connell, founder of A Child Grows in Brooklyn, moved to Chicago this summer, it was uncertain as to if she would find a local mom willing to take up the reins of her successful parenting site. Thankfully, she found two. We recently sat down with new owner, and Park Slope resident, Nicole Horne,
Frustrated with the middle school options in District 15? BUGS, the Brooklyn Urban Garden Charter School, is officially set to open their doors in the fall of 2013 to 110 sixth graders. Joyce Szuflita, of NYC School Help, told A Child Grows in Brooklyn that: BUGS initially grew out of street corner and on-going kitchen table conversations