Carroll Gardens–Cobble Hill

Saturday, Sept. 8, 2007

Heath-Michelle split has B’Hill gossiping — about their brownstone!

All of Hollywood is talking about the demise of A-list sweethearts Heath Ledger and Michelle Williams — but the pair’s Boerum Hill neighbors are much more interested in the real gossip: who will get the couple’s $3.5-million Dean Street brownstone! Comment
Reporters hoping that something explosive would happen at the opening of the Khalil Gibran International Academy on Tuesday were sorely disappointed: The school opened and there were no problems. Comment

Report: Cruise industry fails Red Hook

Red Hook: The Queen Mary 2 is a sinking ship when it comes to creating new jobs and revenue in New York, according to a report issued last week by an industry trade organization. Comments (2)

A chicken-and-egg thing

Why are Red Hook’s chickens getting a stage at Farm Aid? Comments (2)

So, did he sniff her panties?

Brooklyn South: A tale of a landlord who may or may not have sniffed his tenant’s panties. Comments (1)

Brooklyn’s tourist trap

Editorial: Two new reports show that Brooklyn’s leaders need to do more to attract visitors and keep them here long enough to spend their money. Comment

All drawn out

Red Hook: Our cartoonist’s take. Comments (1)

Teens mugged for cellphone

Crime: A 19-year old woman was assaulted and robbed on the corner of Warren and Smith streets on Aug. 29, police said. Plus all the other crime news from Cobble Hill, Carroll Gardens, Red Hook and Boerum Hill’s 76th Precinct. Comment

Booming fall for Gardens, Hill

Development: More than 2,000 new housing units are in the works in Carroll Gardens and the gritty area east of the Gowanus Canal between Sackett and Fifth streets. But a growing number of naysayers want to slow the pace of development. Comment

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