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Many Sleep With The Fishes in Sheepshead Bay Next to Kingsborough

The body found just yesterday in Sheepshead Bay next to the KCC Marina wrapped in plastic with plastic buckets filled with cement tied around his neck and his feet reminded me of  the scene in Mario Puzo and Francis Ford Coppolla’s “Godfather” when Sonny ( James Caan) unwraps the newspaper and is told that it is an “old Sicilian” message meaning that “Luca Brassi, sleeps with the fishes.” 575 more words

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The Different "Woman Seated in the Sun"- from Kingsborough- Leonda Finke

One of my favorite at works at Kingsborough Community College is the life-sized bronze figure by Leonda F. Finke, Woman in the Sun Seated  -1988… 692 more words

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"The Monet of Sheepshead Bay" by Kingsborough-Samuel Rothbort (1882-1971)

Samuel Rothbort began sculpting at an early age, making animals from bread dough in his mother’s kitchen. As a young man, he worked in a glassware store while also painting fifty-cent charcoal portraits and training to be a leather worker. 339 more words

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"Here's Where I Do, What I Do Best, Get In The Last Word" Sidney Rosenberg, Kingsborough Alumni

On January 27, 2016, Sid Rosenberg , KCC graduate 1990, officially returned to New York radio as co-host of The Bernie and Sid Show of 77 WABC with Bernard McGuirk. 49 more words

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Oldest Photos of Sheepshead Bay off of Kingsborough 1860 the Year Lincoln was Elected President of the United States of America

From the Brooklyn Historical Society these are the oldest know photos of Sheepshead Bay, Brooklyn-off what is now Kingsborough Community College. They are from 1860 the year the Pony Express began and the year Abraham Lincoln was first elected President of the United States of America.

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"Martin Luther King, Jr. didn't carry just a piece of cloth to symbolize his belief in racial equality; he carried the American flag." Adrian Cronauer

The Tallest Free Standing Flagpole in Brooklyn is at Kingsborough Community College.

From the 1939 Worlds Fair in Flushing Meadows, Queens.

Brooklyn

Coast Guard Rescues 8 From Disabled Boat Off Sheepshead Bay, Brooklyn

NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — The U.S. Coast Guard rescued eight people late Monday afternoon from a broken down boat offshore from Sheepshead Bay, Brooklyn.

Watchstanders at Coast Guard Station New York were called by cellphone from the captain of the 22-foot vessel around 5 p.m., the Coast Guard said. 120 more words

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