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  • The Flatbush Development Corporation is proud to announce that the THIRTY FIRST ANNUAL FLATBUSH FROLIC neighborhood street fair is set to take place on Sunday, September 14, 2008 in Victorian Flatbush on Cortelyou Rd. between Coney Island and Ocean Avenues, from 11. 00am to

    Flatbush Gardener

  • As the 50th anniversary clicks by and boomers who can remember going to the iconic park in Flatbush age, the connection becomes one or two generations removed and might fade.

    Ghosts of Flatbush alive 50 years after Dodgers' exit

  • The fire he cited on Chatham Street did not affect Eaton's family personally (he was living in Flatbush at the time), but it did affect Lucius Bayamin, a member of the journeyman Cordwainer's Union who appeared at the conspiracy trial in 1810, and other working men's families.

    Advocating The Man: Masculinity, Organized Labor, and the Household in New York, 1800-1840

  • Davis grew up in Flatbush and saw Walter O'Malley forever steal a piece of Brooklyn's soul, yet he had no problem running the Raiders out of Oakland and hitting a resistant league in court for $49.2 million in damages.

    USATODAY.com - Root for Raiders, but don't pull for Davis

  • But the real significance of that previous day in Flatbush, despite most papers burying it 10 paragraphs down, was not Pistol Pete's offensive exploits.

    USATODAY.com - Baseball's long journey to the present

  • Vendors of Newkirk offers a sense of place: mom-and-pop shops on her local shopping strip, Newkirk Plaza, in Flatbush.

    Len Hollie: Brooklyn's Immigrant Experience Comes Alive on Canvas

  • From the point of land which forms the east side of the Narrows, runs a ridge of hills about N.E. in length about 5 or 6 miles, covered with a thick wood which terminate in a small rising land near Jamaica; through these hills are three passes only, one near the Narrows, one on the road called the Flatbush

    The Campaign of 1776 around New York and Brooklyn

  • This region, known as Flatbush, was quickly covered with Dutch homes and big, orderly, flourishing gardens.

    Quilts Their Story and How to Make Them

  • In Flatbush, which is now a part of Brooklyn, was a family that spoke the Dutch language, while they were true Americans in feeling.

    Stories of American Life and Adventure

  • The assault happened around 12:30 p.m. at the Erasmus Hall educational campus on Flatbush Avenue in Flatbush, which is home to five small high schools.

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