It’s a busy week at the Brooklyn Historical Society, with three evening events. All begin at 6:30, and admission for each is $10, or $5 for BHS members. Links to buy tickets are below. For all the talk of a “paperless society” — this blog’s beloved founder had as a slogan “On the web because […]
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It’s a busy week coming at the Brooklyn Historical Society. At 6:30 on Monday evening, May 1, there’s a program for two wheel enthusiasts, “Bike Month: A Conversation with Paul Steely White and Mark Gorton.” White is Executive Director of Transportation Alternatives and Gorton is founder and publisher of Streetsblog and Streetfilms. Admission is $5, […]
Consituents are invited to join State Senator Daniel Squadron and the 26th Annual Senate District Community Convention this Sunday, April 23rd from 2:00 – 5:00 pm at Stuyvesant High School, 345 Chambers Street in Manhattan. This years theme is Making the National Fight Local. Per a source from the Senator’s office, “the event will include […]
Yemini Business Owners To Rally Against Trump’s Muslim Ban at Borough Hall, Thursday, Feb. 2, at 5:15 p.m.
According to a facebook event posted today, Yemeni-American business owners in NYC will close their stores and rally at Borough Hall starting at 5:15 p.m. on Thursday. Many of the businesses on and around Atlantic Avenue are Yemini-American owned. Here are the details from the organizers: On Thursday, February 2, Yemeni business owners across five New York boroughs […]
If you heard the roar of a crowd tonight, it was coming from the Eastern District federal courthouse on Cadman Plaza. At around 8:30 p.m., the chant “Let them stay! Let them stay!” was heard from a boisterous group of protesters outside the courthouse. Why were protesters outside the courthouse on a Saturday night? According to […]
It’s Mrs. Fink. Hey! I haven’t been here much. Besides my daughter, my husband loved (LOVED) this blog and this community more than anything. So, it’s hard for me. Baby Fink, as Homer lovingly called her, had to witness his death in our Brooklyn Heights apartment. That she, or ANY of our children have to […]
Adam Yauch Park Defaced With Hateful Graffitti – Electeds Organize “Stand Up Against Hate” For This Sunday
Hate is on our doorstep, where our children play. On Friday afternoon a resident alerted Senator Daniel Squadron’s office that Adam Yauch Park playground had been defaced with swastikas and the message, “Go Trump.” The Daily News reports The NYPD Hate Crimes Task Force is investigating the incident and the Parks Department is in the […]
Earlier this evening, graffiti of swastikas and “Go Trump” were discovered at Adam Yauch Park. We should have more shortly. DEVELOPING….
Hayley Winter of Yoga Sports Science at Eastern Athletic is offering a free 45-minute yoga class tonight to help you deal with whatever stress you might be feeling about the election. The yoga/meditation session begins at 6 pm; book your spot by 3 pm today by e-mailing firstname.lastname@example.org. Space is limited. In addition to offering […]
The Brooklyn Paper reports that City Department of Transportation project manager Tanvi Pandya told local residents at Monday evening’s community meeting on BQE reconstruction that testing by DOT shows that the cantilevered stretch of the highway that parallels Brooklyn Heights and sits partially below the Promenade can last another ten years before repairs would demand […]
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