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Art and Tag Sale by DAZLART, Sat and Sun, 10 – 6 pm, Clark And Hicks Sts.

Find David at DAZLART at the corner of Clark And Hicks Sts. for their June Art and Tag Sale this Saturday and Sunday, 10 AM – 6 PM. Pick up some beautiful original art, collectibles, jewelry, and more. Treat yourself or a friend, plus you’ll be supporting a queer-owned business for Pride month! View this […]

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Open Streets Montague Returns Tomorrow

Tomorrow (Saturday, June 3) Open Streets Montague will return. From noon to 6:00 pm Montague Street between Henry and Hicks streets will be closed to traffic and “Blooms Pop Up” will return. Dream over, walk through, escape momentarily into a magical temporary landscape created by artists Piera Bonerba and Emanuale Simmonelli. Be transported in our […]

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Happy Friday! Follow Brooklyn Heights Blog on Instagram @brooklynheightsblog

BHB is on Instagram! If you have an IG account, follow us there for quick updates on neighborhood happenings and links to blog posts. View this post on Instagram A post shared by Brooklyn Heights Blog (@brooklynheightsblog)

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Magic Mike at Books Are Magic! Channing Tatum Delights PS8 Kindergartners (and Their Moms) With Surprise Book Reading on Montague Street

This afternoon, the kindergartners at PS 8 went on a field trip to Books Are Magic on Montague St. for a surprise book reading by Channing Tatum of his new children’s book The One and Only Sparkella and the Big Lie. The kids and Channing also worked on an art mural project led by Piera Bonerba of Le Meraviglie Art. […]

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Repast Baroque Ensemble Returns Wednesday with “Music for a While”

This Wednesday evening, May 31, the Repast Baroque Ensemble will return to Brooklyn Heghts to present “Music for a While: a Composer Portrait of Henry Purcell” (the June 1 performance is in Manhattan). [T]his program portrays the “divine genius” of Henry Purcell. Although he only lived to age 36, Purcell’s creative output was breathtaking. Repast […]

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Montague Between Henry & Hicks Closed Tomorrow 10:00 AM to 3:00 PM

We’ve received this message from the Montague BID: Montague St. between Henry & Hicks will be closed to all vehicle traffic and parking tomorrow, Tuesday, May 30 between 10am-3:00pm for a very special book launch at Books are Magic with PS8. Be a good neighbor. Please don’t park between Henry & Hicks. Thanks for your […]

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Open Streets Montague, Saturday, May 27

Last Saturday’s Open Streets Montague had to be cancelled for rain. The forecast for this Saturday, May 27 looks very good. Have you ever felt a desire to tickle the ivories? Is there a Martha Argerich, a Thelonious Monk, or even a Jerry Lee Lewis somewhere inside you? Come to Open Streets Montague this Saturday, […]

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Willowtown Fair This Saturday

The annual Willowtown Spring Fair will be this Saturday, May 20 from noon until 5:00 PM on Willow Place (between Joralemon and State streets, one block west — downhill, that is — from Hicks Street. As always there will be lots of activities for adults and kids, local food and baked goods, music by Papa […]

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Wanted: Suspect in Sexually Motivated Burglary in Brooklyn Heights

We sadly interrupt this Mother’s Day to warn everyone to lock your doors at all times. In the overnight hours of Thursday into Friday, at about 1:55 a.m., a neighbor and her teenage son were asleep in their apartment on Poplar St. between Hicks and Henry Sts., when the mother was awakened to a stranger […]

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TODAY! Learn to Tidy Like a Pro at the Brooklyn Heights Library

Just in time for spring cleaning, learn to “Tidy Your Home and Life” at the Brooklyn Heights Branch of the BPL today from 1:00 – 2:30 with Brooklyn Heights’ own and certified KonMarie expert Rebecca Cohen. REGISTER HERE

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