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In Sunday’s New York Times Metropolitan Section, Ginia Bellafante’s Big City column has the title “The Empty Storefront Crisis and the End of the American Dream”. She begins by telling  Read more

Beginning this coming Tuesday evening, June 18 at 7:00 and continuing each evening at the same time through Sunday, June 23 on the Bridge View Lawn of Pier 1, Brooklyn  Read more

Carlo Scissura, chair of the panel appointed by Mayor de Blasio to study the rehabilitation of the Brooklyn Queens Expressway, told Mary Frost of the Eagle that the panel must  Read more

It’s a three-peat “Green Light Weekend.” From Friday evening, June 14 to Monday morning, June 17, as there are no planned (as always, we stress “planned”) service changes directly affecting  Read more

Bargemusic’s weekend begins Friday evening, June 14 when pianist Golda Vainberg-Tatz (photo) plays works of Berg, Debussy, and J.S. Bach. On Saturday evening, June 15 at 6:00, violinist Mark Peskanov  Read more

Update: Notify NYC now tells us there will be fireworks near Prospect Park on Friday evening. We assume Thursday’s display was postponed because of a chancy weather forecast. We have  Read more

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Last week we posted about a party this coming Saturday, June 15 from noon to 3:00 p.m. at the Poplar Street Community Garden, located at the northwest corner of Poplar  Read more

The Eagle’s Lore Croghan was allowed into the Bossert Hotel, now preparing for a “soft opening” in August, and got great photos (follow the link, after clicking “Read full story”  Read more

You may recall back in September 2018, BHB announced that Alice’s Tea Cup was opening a location on the corner of Hicks and Middagh, across the street from P.S. 8.  Read more

Again, it’s a “Green Light Weekend.” From Friday evening, June 7 to Monday morning, June 10, there are no planned (as always, we stress “planned”) service changes directly affecting service  Read more

Bargemusic’s weekend begins Friday evening, June 7 at 7:00 with a performance of the twentieth century French composer Olivier Messiaen’s (photo) Quartet for the End of Time, composed in 1942  Read more

Brooklyn Bridge Park presents “Unplugged,” a series of free acoustic concerts featuring folk, country, gospel, and soul musicians. The series begins this Friday, June 7 from 6:00 to 8:00 p.m.  Read more

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June is Pride Month. The Brooklyn Historical Society has an ongoing exhibition at their 128 Pierrepont Street (corner of Clinton) headquarters, On the Queer Waterfront: The Factories, Freaks, Sailors &  Read more

The Poplar Street Community Garden (photo by C. Scales), located at the northwest corner of Poplar and Hicks streets, will hold a “gardening party”, to which all–adults and children–are invited,  Read more

The Brooklyn Women’s Exchange, 55 Pierrepont Street (between Hicks and Henry), will remain open this summer, unlike previous summers when it closed June through early September, occasioned by the fact  Read more

It’s not quite to the point that there are more alternative plans for the rehabilitation of the cantilevered portion of the Brooklyn-Queens Expressway below Brooklyn Heights than there are aspirants  Read more

Here’s some restaurant news that will whet your appetite! Henry’s End is settling into their new space at 72 Henry Street. The red neon sign has been lovingly transplanted to  Read more

It’s a “Green Light Weekend” From Friday evening, May 31 to Monday morning, June 3, as there are no planned (as always, we stress “planned”) service changes directly affecting service  Read more

Bargemusic’s weekend begins Friday evening, May 31 at 7:00 with a performance of works by Boulanger, Helgeson, Rakowski, Andres, and Schumann, by the pianist Donald Berman (photo). On Saturday evening,  Read more

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Early Monday afternoon, this text message (which I’ve edited for clarity) hit my phone: Dear valued customers, This is Mike, the owner of Clark Pet. Due to the very high  Read more

Theater 2020, Brooklyn Heights’ own award winning professional theater company, will present The Cradle Will Rock (cast photo above), Marc Blitzstein’s 1937 musical play, which he called “a labor opera.”  Read more

This weekend, from 11:30 p.m. Friday, May 24 to 5:00 a.m. Monday, May 27 2 trains will originate and terminate at Chambers Street in Manhattan, while 3 trains will not  Read more

Bargemusic’s weekend begins Friday evening, May 24 at 7:00 with a performance of works by J.S. Bach, Scott Ordway, and Gaspar Cassado, by the cellist Julian Schwarz (photo). On Saturday  Read more

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The Eagle reports that the Brooklyn Heights Association has issued a “call to action” concerning the possible one year closure of the Clark Street subway station while its ramshackle, breakdown-prone  Read more

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