Former Brooklyn Heights resident Jen Massing announced she will honor her beloved dog Maxfield Papillion, who passed away suddenly in March, with a series of books which will be out in time for the anniversary of Maxfield’s passing in March 2014. The books will cover Maxfield’s adventures with his loving human mother, Scatterbrains.
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Spring has sprung and it’s time to exercise your funny bone. Come out tonight to catch up with The Brooklyn Heights Comedy Nights! To give you some more insight into what this group has to offer I caught up with the group’s founder and Brooklyn Heights resident Shelly Colman. 1) What inspired you to start […]
Spring offers plenty of new vitality to the neighborhood from outdoor fairs to flowers to volleyball games at the Pier. It also means the addition of many new puppies to the neighborhood. As a dog owner, I have met a lot of new dog owners asking many questions, which I now turn over to Certified […]
FX has got the movies…and knows many of them film in Brooklyn Heights. Their popular TV series about fire fighters, “Rescue Me”, will be shooting Friday through Sunday. Hopefully the only fires in the Heights will be fake this weekend. Share this Story: Tweet
Today Brooklyn Borough President Marty Markowitz and Deputy Borough President Yvonne Graham kicked off the eighth year of the ‘Take Your Man To The Doctor” health care campaign. There are 400,ooo Brooklynites without health insurance, men being twice as likely as women to be uninsured. Markowitz asked Brooklynites to take the men in their life, whether […]
For those who moved their brunch plans to Atlantic Antic, the beer and cocktails were flowing on the streets. Brazen Head Pub was one of several local bars adding an outdoor beer and sangria area, providing a much needed break from the hot sun and streaming crowds on Atlantic Avenue. Further down, Last Exit rewarded […]
Vivacious Brooklyn native, Fraida A. Laquara opened Angel Face Esthetics today on Montague Street. Due to Brooklyn Heights historic building codes you won’t find signage for Angel Face at 160 Montague Street. Look for the main business, Yoga People, on the second floor. When you enter, Angel Face is to the left in a shared […]
For those of you who have been suffering the sound of jackhammers as a wake-up call for the past two months, there is actually some progress on Hunt’s Lane. Although the emergency sewer drainpipe seemed almost finished a month ago, residents were treated to a second digging. This time the water main was being repaired. […]
In the past few years, knitting has become cool again. Now it’s time to take your bright yarns out of the subways, planes, movie sets and apartments to the street. Join internationally acclaimed textile artist and founder of Knitta Please, Magda Sayeg, tomorrow 6pm at Monty Q’s Pizza (158 Montague Street between Clinton and Henry.) […]
Artist Emily Krohn, a 2008 graduate from Pratt, was looking for an artistic showcase over the winter. She convinced her employers at The Heights Cafe to let her use their windows as her canvas. Her work there caught the eye of Chelsea Mauldin, the Executive Director of Montague Street Business Improvement District. “Chelsea came in […]
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