Brownstoner wrote about some of the history behind Christmas at Borough Hall and how the area has evolved over the last century. That got our Karl Junkersfeld amped up to revisit this 2009 clip. Enjoy!
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Mr. J. peruses the Times and discovers our own Heather Quinlan’s prominent mention in the TV section for her interview on CUNY TV about her acclaimed documentary film If These Knishes Could Talk. The interview will be shown on Saturday at 7:30 p.m. and Sunday at 11:00 a.m. Video after the jump.
Philip Levine, Poet Laureate of the U.S. for 2011-2012 (poets laureate are appointed for two year terms) divides his time between California and Brooklyn Heights, but as he says in the video you can see after the jump, Brooklyn is what he calls home. The video, published by the Cortland Review, starts in Levine’s residence, […]
(Video after the jump.) As anyone who’s read this blog for a while knows, our Mr. J. is a huge fan of Brooklyn Bridge Park, as is your correspondent. (Actually, one of the things that lured your correspondent to the Heights in the first place was the prospect of walking along the Promenade and watching […]
On my walk this morning I watched two excavators performing what looked like an elaborate dance as they worked on what will be the pebble beach and bird sanctuary at Pier 4. Video after the jump.
Our man with a cam Karl Junkersfeld checked out the new Atlantic Avenue mural and the new Fortino’s on Pier 6.
Video after the jump.
Karl Junkersfeld’s latest short film pulls photos from Brooklyn Heights’ past and show us what those locations look like today. Before he gives you the big reveal on each, how many do you think you know?
Watch the video after the jump.
Video of a “flash mob” (are they still around?) proposal on the Brooklyn Heights Promenade was posted on YouTube last week.
We wish the couple well, but a clip like this is screaming out for a Tosh.0 type comment challenge.
Watch after the jump.
The design proposals for Empire Stores in DUMBO are now online. Our Karl Junkersfeld has created a nifty video to walk you through all of the ideas.
Watch it and read the full presentation after the jump.
We stumbled across this clip from You Tube user “Mertsface” featuring him and two friends walking along the Brooklyn Heights Promenade. The self described “18 year old human creating a world of his own whimsy” has a style that we can best describe as Mo Rocca meets Karl Junkersfeld while watching Wes Anderson movies. In […]
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