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Rep. Velázquez: Build A Park Entrance From Montague St.

According to the Brooklyn Daily Eagle, U.S. Representative Nydia Velázquez is advocating another entrance to Brooklyn Bridge Park, this one over the BQE from Montague Street or Remsen Street, to be constructed as part of the planning of the rehabilitation of the highway. A plan to build a vertical walkway between the Brooklyn Heights Promenade and Brooklyn […]

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Meow! Sexy Soiree at the Brooklyn Cat Cafe

This Thursday, June 8, join the felines at Brooklyn Cat Cafe for an evening with Babeland and Marina Vorona of Simply Great Relationship. The event will include dessert, drinks, sex tips and tricks and individual reltionship consultations. Tickets are $25 and can be purchased here; proceeds benefit the adoptable cats at the Cafe and the rescue […]

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[Update: Found!] Another Lost Cat: Help Find Bruno!

Update, June 3, 11 am: Bruno was found last night in a neighbor’s garden. Welcome home, Bruno! The good news is that Rosie was found early, early this morning and returned to her relieved owner. The bad news is that another neighborhood feline escaped his carrier on the way to Brooklyn Heights Veterinary Hospital this […]

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Silver Alert For Local Woman

Earlier this morning a Silver Alert was issued for Almeater Harrison, an 84-year-old black female from Pierrepont Street and Hicks Street in Brooklyn. The missing has dementia and Alzheimer’s disease and may be in need of medical attention. Description: 5’6″ tall, 160lbs, with gray hair and brown eyes. She was last seen wearing blue sneakers, dark […]

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Violent Robbery of Court Street Jeweler

Your correspondent apologizes for the delay in posting this, but violence came to Court Street during rush hour on Thursday when robbers hit Court Jeweler at 60 Court St., reports the Brooklyn Eagle.  A group of four men made off with cash, jewelry, and gold reportedly valued at half a million dollars and attacked the […]

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Wellness Happy Hour at Brooklyn Cat Cafe

This Wednesday, May 10th, the Brooklyn Cat Cafe will hold a Spring Wellness and Happy Hour from 7:15 to 10 pm. All proceeds from this event will benefit Brooklyn Bridge Animal Welfare Coalition and their rescue work. Luisa Noelle of New York New You will lead a one-hour Vinyasa yoga class, which will be followed by […]

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Brooklyn Cat Cafe Seeks Donations Of Linens, Auction Items

The Brooklyn Cat Cafe seeks donations of clean blankets, towels, and sheets to deliver to Animal Care Centers of New York City as the city’s municipal animal welfare organization deals with the onset of kitten season. Linens can be dropped at the Cafe at 149 Atlantic Avenue during opening hours on Thursday, May 4 to […]

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This Weekend at the Brooklyn Cat Cafe

On Friday evening, head down to the Brooklyn Cat Cafe for Mewvie Night and enjoy a screening of The Lion King while hanging out with a bevy of adoptable local felines. Tickets are $20 and include soda and snack. The film starts at 7:30. Tickets can be purchased at the Cat Cafe site or at the door […]

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Meow Mixer to Benefit Infinite Hope Rescue

Join local animal rescue group Infinite Hope on Thursday, April 27th at Industry City Distillery for a fundraiser to support its work improving the lives of Brooklyn’s animals. An all-volunteer group, Infinite Hope was founded in 2004 and has placed over 1,500 animals in permanent and loving homes and has provided care to hundreds more cats through TNR […]

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Welcome back to Squibb Park Bridge

Brooklyn Paper reported today that just in time for spring, the Squibb Park Bridge will re-open. Repairs on the long-shuttered, trampoline-like walkway that connects the Brooklyn Heights Promenade to the Brooklyn Bridge Park are finally finished, and park officials say they are just waiting on the paperwork so it can reopen, according to a rep for […]

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