It was last July when BHB reported about Brooklyn Heights author Jennifer Miller’s unique marketing strategy for debut novel “The Year of the Gadfly,” as she hawked the book via a “novelade stand” at Montague & Henry streets. That was then. Miller has now joined forces with Togather, which lends assistance to connect authors with […]
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The Brooklyn Public Library is hosting “Bike the Branches,” a day-long bike tour through BPL’s network of 60 neighborhood libraries, on Saturday, May 11 (rain date: May 18). Proceeds will support Brooklyn library services, including programming, technology and collections. Riders set their own route and pace, although BPL will offer suggested routes that focus on […]
It’s the final weekend for Heights Players’ run of Thornton Wilder’s Our Town at 26 Willow Place, with a show Saturday evening at 8 p.m. and Sunday afternoon at 2. More details are available, with tickets available online: $15 ($13 for seniors & under 18). Reservations can also be made at 718-237-2752. In addition, the […]
Brooklyn Heights continues to be a hotbed for stirring artistic creativity. Just ask Matthew O’Neill and his wife Ksenia O’Neill, who moved to the neighborhood last summer. The (already much-lauded) mister has been nominated for an Academy Award in the Documentary Short category for “Redemption,” which explores a phenomenon that’s certainly familiar to locals: “jobless […]
Aussie brothers Thorald and Isaac Koren along with a former subway performer/percussionist known only as Shakerleg make up the NYC based combo The Kin. Check out their cover of a Bill Withers classic here and then watch their full Brooklyn Bugle Session here.
Australian singer/songwriter Coby Grant is our latest guest on Brooklyn Bugle Sessions. She’s in town for the big CMJ confab and will be playing live tonight (10/28) at the Rockwood Music Hall [196 Allen Street (between Houston and Stanton)]. In “honor” of Halloween, Coby performs “A Song About Me” near the infamous “gates of Hell” at […]
We kick off the first of our Brooklyn Bugle Sessions with Montreal born singer/songwriter NEeMA. A frequent visitor and lover of Brooklyn Heights, she performs “Elsa’s Lullaby” from her second album , Watching You Think (available now on iTunes) while sitting on a bench outside of Middagh Street’s Van Sickel Salon. Peformance video, produced by […]
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