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Saturday, Feb. 26, 2005

DO IT YOURSELF     

Spa: Toast your health Comment.

PREGNANT PAUSES     

Spa: After more than 15 years of working the aches, pains and stress out of her clients as a freelance massage therapist, Susan Stratton finally opened the doors to Sage Healing Arts in June 2004. Comment.

FROM SKIN TO SNAKESKIN      

Spa: Lots of women know that the cure for getting over a bad day can sometimes be as simple as treating yourself to a new shade of lipstick. Comment.

HEALTHY LIVING     

Spa: For those who think that massages, facials and body treatments are just for those types who pamper themselves, you’re right. But Carol V.R. De Costa, a Brooklyn Heights doctor and owner of the new Aria Spa and Wellness Center, maintains that there’s nothing wrong with that. In fact, she says there are many therapeutic rewards for indulging yourself once in a while - and better yet, on a routine basis. Comment.

DIAL 119     

Spa: Because of her flawless skin, aesthetician and 119 Smith Street spa owner Marzena Brzezinska is her own best advertisement for her new Boerum Hill spa. Comments (2).

Atlantic Yards foes watch as eminent domain case reaches Supreme Court

Atlantic Yards: The U.S. Supreme Court struggled on Tuesday to balance the rights of property owners against the goals of town officials who want to sweep away old neighborhoods and turn the land over to private developers. Comment.

Bridge Park, Montague dominate BHA meeting

At the Brooklyn Heights Association’s annual meeting, Feb. 17 at St. Francis College on Remsen Street, Nancy Bowe, president of the association, spoke about the developments facing Brooklyn Heights in the coming year. Comment.

Public gets first look at new plan        

The presentation of the latest design for Brooklyn Bridge Park, the proposed waterfront commercial, recreational and housing project, were received with mixed enthusiasm during an open meeting at Polytechnic University Tuesday night. Comment.

EVEN MORE HOUSING        

Those who attended the first public meeting on the redesigned plan for the Brooklyn Bridge Park commercial, recreational and housing development got a surprise Tuesday night when an architect displayed a series of townhouses along Furman Street below the Brooklyn Heights promenade, which he said planners envision adding to the project. Comment.

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