Monthly Archives: September 2013

A RED HOOK MANIFESTO, by the Red Hook Star-Revue

The other day, we dropped in on a meeting of a committee formed to plan the dispersal of $3 million of state funds designated to our community by NY State. One of the results of the disaster that was last … Continue reading

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De Blasio announces newest and greatest SUNY/LICH court order yet, by George Fiala

A bit after one pm, on the 6th of September, Public Advocate Bill de Blasio stepped up to the makeshift podium across from Long Island College Hospital and greeted his LICH supporters. The group, made up of employees, former patients, … Continue reading

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Why vote for Menchaca/Why vote for Gonzalez, by the candidates for DC 38 City Council

Carlos Menchaca asks for your vote (for Sara Gonzales see below) I’m running for City Council in the 38th district which includes our very own Red Hook. As a resident of this neighborhood, it’s time we elect a visible and … Continue reading

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Fine Fare to reopen soon, by Camille Daniels

Since two weeks after super storm Sandy devastated coastal communities, Fine Fare foods has had its doors closed. But in the next couple of months they’re promising a new return with some of the old store mixed in with new … Continue reading

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Star-Revue Primary Endorsements

For Mayor the Star-Revue endorses Bill de Blasio. We like Bill for a couple of reasons. Bill de Blasio has been a friend to the neighborhood of Red Hook, as well as all of Brooklyn as a whole. He is … Continue reading

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