Oklahoman reporter Mi-Ling Stone Poole visits Brooklyn Heights and tells the folks back home:
NewsOK: Another jewel in Brooklyn is the St. Ann & Holy Trinity Church at Montague and Clinton.
We ventured into this 1847 Gothic Revival structure and were impressed by the beauty and grandeur of the space. We were catapulted back in time when the pipe organ was being played.
Of course, the highlight of my day was taking in the views of the Brooklyn Bridge and the Manhattan skyline from the East River promenade. The Brooklyn Bridge is the oldest suspension bridge in the United States, dating to 1893; it connects the Manhattan boroughs to Brooklyn.
We didn’t mention the Brooklyn Bridge misinfo in the OK piece – “eg” points out the bridge opened in 1883.