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Watermark to Host Exhibit Honoring LGTBQ Seniors

As reported by Tat Bellamy-Walker in AMNY, The Watermark at Brooklyn Heights, the new luxury senior housing (formerly the Towers Hotel) at 21 Clark Street, will host “Not Another Second,” a photographic exhibit honoring LGBTQ seniors. The portraits feature a former politician, military veterans, a Stonewall survivor, and a Black Panther, among others. The art […]

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Don’t Miss “A Radio Christmas Carol” by Brooklyn Heights’ Own Theater 2020 Saturday, December 12

Sorry for the late notice, but tomorrow, (or today, if you’re reading this on Saturday) December 12, at 2:00 p.m. Theater 2020, Brooklyn Heights’ own award winning professional theater company, will, with sponsorship of the Brooklyn Public Library, present “A Radio Christmas Carol,” a free Zoom reading of Charles Dickens’s beloved holiday classic, “A Christmas […]

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Upcycling, China, And Art Unite at The Brooklyn Teacup

In the spring of 2018 while out for a run, erstwhile Brooklyn Heights resident Ariel Davis made a discovery that would eventually lead to her having to leave the neighborhood she loved. “I literally stumbled across a big set of china,” she said. “The pattern reminded me of a beautiful dress my mom wore, and […]

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Coming Events From Brooklyn Bridge Park

On Tuesday, December 15 from 6:00 to 7:00 p.m. ET, Brooklyn Bridge Park will present a webinar, “Access and Justice: The Links Between Green Space and Climate Change,” a workshop discussing the importance of access to green space and why it is an environmental justice and climate justice issue. Green spaces provide benefits to the […]

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Silhouette Maker Extends Her Stay

The Brooklyn Women’s Exchange has announced that silhouette artist Deborah O’Connor has extended her stay through Monday, November 30. To have her make a silhouette, which makes an excellent gift or keepsake, you must email her a profile photo of the person or pet whose image you want by that date. You can get the […]

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Opening of New Brooklyn Heights Public Library Delayed Until Summer ’21

According to a detailed report by Kevin Duggan at the Brooklyn Paper, the opening of the new Brooklyn Heights branch of the Brooklyn Public Library is delayed until Summer 2021. The one-year delay from the original target opening date is due to stalled and slowed construction caused by the pandemic. When all done, the library will feature: A […]

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Brooklyn Women’s Exchange Presents Silhouette Artist Deborah O’Connor – Send Her a Photo

Thanks to the Brooklyn Women’s Exchange, as she has in past years, silhouette artist Deborah O’Connor is available to work her scissors magic and produce silhouette portraits that make welcome holiday or any day presents or keepsakes. To have one made, you need to send a photo of the subject – child, adult, or pet […]

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Theater 2020 Presents “Masque of the Red Death” On Line for Halloween

Looking for some virtual excitement this Halloween? Starting at 8:00 p.m. Theater 2020, Brooklyn Heights’ own professional stage company, will present a virtual reading, featuring the Karloffian voice of David Fuller, of a classic uniquely suited to our present world, Edgar Allan Poe’s “The Masque of the Red Death.” If you dare, email theater2020@gmail.com and […]

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Brooklyn Bridge Park Presents “Open Studios” This Weekend

On Saturday, October 24 and Sunday, October 25, Brooklyn Bridge Park will present “Open Studios” on the Harbor View Lawn (photo) of Pier One. These will be opportunities to see dance, theater, and music groups in live rehearsal. The events will take place from 9:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. on both days, with different groups […]

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Brooklyn Women’s Exchange Open for In-Person Shopping During Limited Hours

The Brooklyn Women’s Exchange (photo), which has been taking orders on line (and you may still do so) has now opened for in person shopping from 12:00 noon to 3:00 p.m. Thursday through Saturday. If you shop on line, you may now pick up your purchases curbside Tuesday through Saturday from noon to 3:00 p.m. […]

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