Karl is on hand with cam to catch all the action, from opera by Martha Cardona Theater to the BHA’s Dog Show to palmistry to yoga to great photos at Summer Space on Montague Street, then to the Brooklyn Book Festival on Borough Hall Plaza, starting with literary troubadours covering the 1961 Tokens hit “The Lion Sleeps Tonight” and ending with a talk about erstwhile Heights resident Truman Capote by Evan Hughes, author of Literary Brooklyn.
Busy Sunday in Brooklyn Heights: Summer Space and Book Festival
By Claude Scales on September 18, 2011 11:39 pm in Arts and Entertainment, Events, Fun, Literature, Music, Pets, Poetry, Video
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