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[where: Chez Lola, 387 Myrtle Ave, Brooklyn NY 11205 ]

Councilwoman Tish James spoke earlier followed by the collapse residents. They expressed needing immediate items like bedding and t-shirts. One man talked about having two t-shirts since the disaster. Ppl were free to donate discrete items in lieu or in addition to cash.
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2 Comments

  1. Hello,

    My name is Samantha and I’m working for an amazing off-Broadway theater company called Theatre for a New Audience. We have an event coming up that could really benefit from your promotion. We were in contact last year about our summer bash and if you could be of any help this year, it would be much appreciated. I have included the information about the event below:

    Prospero’s Island: a tropical bash to benefit Theatre for a New Audience’s Brooklyn’s Dreamers and Irondale Ensemble Project
    Date: July 15, 2009
    Time: 6:30 P.M until 10 P.M.
    Place: The Irondale Center, 85 South Oxford Street (at Lafayette), Fort Greene
    Live Music: The Forthrights and DJ Smoke la Roq
    Cost: Basic – $50
    Because You Can – $75
    Tickets & info: http://www.tfana.org/brooklynsdreamers
    http://www.irondale.org/events.html
    Sponsors: Partida Tequila, Sobieski Vodka, Brooklyn Brewery, Deniz Restaurant, Madiba Restaurant, and Brownstoner.

    Thanks in advance!

    Best Regards,

    Samantha Radocchia
    Intern
    Theatre for a New Audience
    Sradocchia@tfana.org

  2. Hello,

    We wanted to pass along this information to fellow area merchants.

    At 583 Myrtle Avenue (near Classon Avenue), Clinton Hill Simply Art & Framing Gallery, est. 1991, has devoted a display window exhibiting Michael Jackson headlines and collectibles. The window exhibit began Saturday to accompany the announcement of the framing gallery’s new blog (http://clintonhillframe.blogspot.com/) and to encourage her Fort Greene/Clinton Hill/Bedford-Stuyesant neighbors to discover Myrtle Avenue south.

    Gallery owner L.B. Brown has posted an encounter she had with Michael Jackson on the new blog, which also gives details of a limited-time framing service discount offered to Michael Jackson fans.

    The window exhibit can be viewed now through Sept. 9, 2009, 24 hours a day.


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