Snow Update

As we’ve noted below, the Anti-Human Trafficking event at Plymouth Church has been postponed to Sunday, January 31 at 12:15 p.m. We called Heights Players and asked if the Saturday and Sunday performances of Arsenic and Old Lace this weekend were still on; we were told, “So far, so good.” If you have tickets or reservations, you may want to call (718) 237-2752 before you go, just to make sure. As we also noted (thanks to alert commenter Jorale-man), Bargemusic is starting a planned month long winter break; concerts will resume on Friday, February 26.

We’ve also learned, via Notify NYC, that all New York City public school activities scheduled for this weekend have been cancelled. So far, MTA subway and bus services should be running as normal. Update: Bus service is suspended starting noon today (Saturday), with an “orderly shutdown” of the system to begin then. Citibike is out of service until further notice. Bikes in use can be returned.

Update: We’ve now been told that all locations of the Brooklyn Public Library are closed today (Saturday). Due dates of any items checked out are extended to Monday.

Update: Assemblymember Jo Anne Simon’s winter storm update email advised constituents on what to do in case of heat, hot water and power emergencies along with other important information including transit closures and plowing progress. In addition, “Alternate Side Parking regulations will be suspended Monday to facilitate snow removal. Payment at parking meters will remain in effect throughout New York City.” Further update: Alternate side parking regulations are suspended through Saturday, January 30. Meters remain in effect.

If you know of any other storm related closures or reductions in hours, please let us know in a comment.

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  • BkBob

    Anyone know if they are still filming the Americans on Monday (I.e. If they will enforce parking restrictions)?

  • SongBirdNYC

    In the “Something Wintry This Way Comes-Or, How to Survive a Snowpocalypse With Your Kids and Not Lose Your Mind” Department, here’s a nifty blog post with TONS of activities for children aged toddler to teens:

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  • SongBirdNYC

    “New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo has declared a travel ban beginning at 2:30 p.m. on all downstate New York roads, and the Port Authority has closed its cross-Hudson tunnels. Long Island Rail Road, Metro North, and above-ground New York subway services will cease at 4 p.m.”

  • StudioBrooklyn

    PSA: Delaroccos is open today. Come get some tasty.

  • StudioBrooklyn

    Oh god. They have a strawberry Nutella stuffed crepe.

    Shilling, guys. It pays the bills.

  • Andrew Porter

    I’m concerned with possible roof collapses. Lots of really old, flat-roof buildings in the Heights. Just saw a roof collapse at a New Jersey Trader Joe’s on TV.