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Saving every cent and stretching a dollar is even more important than ever now that our esteemed elected officials are poised to give away the store to the fat cats in the financial industry. The whole corrupt bunch could learn a lot about fiscal responsibility from savvy Brooklyn shoppers. Let’s see what’s out there this week.


Home baked goods are something that are always a welcomed treat in this often chaotic world. That’s why you should come on down to the Family Bakery at 6726 5th Avenue and indulge. The friendly folks at Family Bakery only use natural ingredients in all their “sweeter than sweet” pastries so you can feel good about treating yourself and your family.

As the name implies, Family Bakery is truly a family-run enterprise started by folks with deep roots in the community. Catering for a wide variety of functions is available. Check out Family Bakery online at


Everybody’s got someplace they’ve got to be. If you need to get somewhere fast and you want to arrive is something a little more comfortable than an old broken down beater with absolutely no suspension and a set of four questionable tires, than you should give Oceana Car & Limo Service a buzz. Oceana Car & Limo Service employs experienced drivers and offers 10 percent discounts for senior citizens. All vehicles are licensed by TLC.

Give ‘em a call today at 718-645-8888. Oceana Car & Limo Service is located at 2395 Coney Island Avenue.


Even in cash-strapped times there’s a need for beautiful little things. The Hutch, located at 8016 3rd Avenue specializes in beautiful little things. Whether it’s a gift for someone special or a keepsake for your very own, The Hutch is the place to find the exquisite. Crystal, fine china and giftware of all types and all variety are plentiful at The Hutch. Names like Waterford pour forth from their shelves, but the prices won’t soak your wallet. New designs and collections are arriving all the time, so if you haven’t been to The Hutch lately come on down and experience this very special shop for yourself.

Check out The Hutch online at or call 718-748-4574.

Updated 11:48 am, January 16, 2019
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