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Kogane Ramen Closed by Health Department

Kogane Ramen, 76 Henry Street, has been closed by the City Health Department, having been assessed a total of 106 violation points following its last inspection. You can read the whole, quite disturbing, list here (click on “Read full story” for link).

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Heather Wolf Leads Bird Walk Sunday; “Warbler Wednesday” Happy Hour at Estuary with Repast Baroque Ensemble

Heather Wolf, author of Find More Birds and Birding at the Bridge, will lead a bird tour in Brooklyn Bridge Park this Sunday morning, January 14. There are many species wintering in the Park. Ms. Wolf has recently seen these: Cooper’s Hawk, Gadwall, American Woodcock, American Kestrel, White-throated Sparrow, and Great Blue Heron. The tour […]

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The BHB Ten 2023: The Most Notable People of Brooklyn Heights This Year

It’s that time, for our annual list of ten people or groups of people living or working in Brooklyn Heights, who made an impact on our neighborhood, the city, the country, or the world this year. With input from everyone at BHB, here in no particular order (actually after the first three groups, alphabetically listed), are The […]

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Vacant Happy Days Diner Space Has New Tenant: Owner of Fort Greene’s Margot Restaurant

Brooklyn Paper reports that the Happy Days Diner space at 148 Montague St. will be taken over by the owner of Fort Greene’s Margot, Kip Green. Margot serves entrées such as “branzino, broccoli di ciccio, pimentón” for $38 and “skirt steak, miso, black trumpets” for $47. “If the new venue is anything like Green’s other restaurants, it’s […]

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Tomorrow’s Open Streets Montague is the Last Until September

Open Streets Montague tomorrow, Saturday, July 29, which is the last until September 9, has a literary flavor. From noon until 3:00 PM Books Are Magic, 122 Montague (between Henry and Hicks) will host Graphic Fest 2023, featuring many writers and illustrators. From noon until 5:00 PM Brooklyn Poets, 144 Montague, will have a swag […]

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Chama Mama Opens on Montague Street!

Last night, Georgian restaurant Chama Mama had its soft opening on Montague St., and it proved to be a fantastic new dining option that we can all be excited about. At prime dinner time, almost every table and bar seat was taken. The hostess remarked that the staff was surprised by the turnout, since they […]

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Open Streets Montague Saturday

The pop-up blooms (photo, C.Scales for BHB) will be back from noon to 5:00 PM between Hicks and Henry streets. During the same time frame, between Henry and Clinton, there will be a Kids’ Zone, with “giant games, street chalk and more.” As always on Saturdays in June and July, from noon until five if […]

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Open Streets Montague Saturday

Tomorrow’s Open Streets Montague will feature lots of activities for children as well as adults. From one to three PM between Henry and Hicks Super Soccer Stars (photo by C Scales for BHB) will again offer kids under five lessons in soccer skills, including “scoring goals, dribbling, and zigzagging, from the pros.” The pop-up blooms […]

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Open Streets Montague Saturday

Open Streets Montague this Saturday, July 8, will offer a variety of activities. As always there will be a “Kids Zone” with “giant games [see photo], street chalk & more” between Henry and Hicks from noon until 5:00 PM. Also between Henry and Hicks from noon until five the pop-up blooms will be in place. […]

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Open Streets Montague Tomorrow

The forecast for tomorrow — Saturday, July 1 — is for possible scattered showers. We presume that Open Streets Montague will go ahead as scheduled, unlike last Saturday. If so, some of the activities planned for then will go ahead this week. The pop-up blooms (photo by C. Scales for BHB) will be back between […]

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