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Gothamist Revisits 1980s Brooklyn in “Cruel Summer”

Gothamist takes us back to the 80s with a look at Bananarama’s 1983 “Cruel Summer” video, shot in DUMBO and the edge of the Heights. Shot in the summer of 1983, the video takes place around DUMBO, specifically the area over by Grimaldi’s. You’ll see the auto body shop (still there, under a different name), […]

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The Times Checks In On Squibb Park Bridge

Just like the rest of us, the New York Times wonders just what the heck is going on with the bridge from Columbia Heights to Brooklyn Bridge Park. For the third time since last fall, the Times takes on the story. When it opened in the spring of 2013, the bridge, based on catwalks found in state […]

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Lost, scared tabby spotted on Remsen St

From our good friends at the Brooklyn Bridge Animal Welfare Coalition: A scared tabby was seen recently cowering in the backyard of a home on Remsen St., between Henry and Hicks. Please let us know if you’ve lost your kitty by posting here or contacting brooklynbridgeanimals@yahoo.com.       Share this Story: Tweet

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Clarabelle Needs A New Roommate!

Looking to adopt a single cat? Clarabelle would love to be your one and only feline companion. Clarabelle is outgoing, friendly, inquisitive and seems to prefer humans to other cats. She is a small two-year-old who looks like a teen-age kitten and probably will not grow any larger.  A talkative little lovebug, she will trill […]

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Feline Frances Seeks Forever Home

So many reasons to make the lovely Frances your one and only! At approximately 3 years old, she’s a placid, beautiful, big girl, happy to rest purring in your lap all day long. Before being abandoned in March, she was someone’s pet and had been spayed, and her idea of bliss is giving head butts, being […]

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Help Find Shadow!

From our good friends at Brooklyn Bridge Animal Welfare Coalition…   Share this Story: Tweet

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Kittenpalooza!

It’s kitten season, and that means that our good friends at the Brooklyn Bridge Animal Welfare Coalition are in full rescue and adoption mode, trying to rescue, vaccinate, and spay/neuter the many, many kittens that will be born this spring. On Saturday, the organization’s adoption van will be parked at 106 Court Street (outside the […]

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A Home for Henry?

This big hunka feline love is tired of sharing the lap of his caretaker, who called him a “total attention hog (in a good way)” with the other foster kitties in his Windsor Terrace foster home. He was originally rescued with his two brothers in Midwood as friendly strays. While his brothers were adopted together, […]

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Help Charlie Find His Way Back Home! [Update: He’s home!]

April 1 update: Happy news from the McKeans that Charlie found his way home last night, appearing at the very window in which he’s pictured here. Our good friends at Brooklyn Bridge Animal Welfare Coalition were contacted by Charlie’s humans, Henry and Rasa McKean, when this gorgeous Maine coon went missing on March 30 around 7 pm, […]

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Councilman Levin Saves Abused Cat on the BQE

  Thanks to Steve Levin, City Councilman for Brooklyn Heights, a Brooklyn cat hasn’t quite run out of lives. Gothamist reported earlier today that while driving on the BQE last Friday, Levin spotted the cat on the roadway in Williamsburg. (Photo above is from 2012 and shows Levin with another cat, not the one he […]

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