Wednesday, November 26, 2008

Key Food in Bay Ridge, Whole Foods donates to Farm Aid, Fairway Donates Turkeys and Wednesday Morning Quick Clicks

11/26/2008: Happy Thanksgiving!

A new Key Food in North Bay Ridge is becoming a reality for eager shoppers.

The Jamaica retail re-development is progressing.

Recently Assemblywoman Joan L. Millman delivered Thanksgiving turkeys to six neighborhood organizations, thanks to Fairway Market’s generous donation of 30 frozen turkeys.

ONE of the city's great est potential retail properties - and a gateway to the Meatpacking District and Chelsea - is being sold.

Exactly what Long Island City needs, more Hotels.

Seafood from Canada has been boycotted by a number of U.S. supermarkets and restaurants in an effort to end Canada's annual seal hunt.
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A Shaw's supermarket in Conn, is set to close in January. The store will re-open as a 'Fresh Market'. Fresh Market continues it's North East expansion.

Whole Foods donated $30,000 to Farm Aid.

And Wal-Mart purchased another old Home Depot.

John Tasini is campaigning for John Edwards as the next Labor Secretary.

SAMS Club is recycling in an enormous way.

The latest edition of the Register is now available online.

And there's a large push to legalize MMA (Mixed Martial Arts) in New York State.

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