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No Open Streets Montague This Saturday; Brooklyn Poets Grand Opening Not Affected.

We’ve been advised by the Brooklyn Heights Association that, “[d]ue to the extreme heat”, the Open Streets Montague event planned for this Saturday, July 23, has been cancelled. We contacted Brooklyn Poets to learn if their grand opening, scheduled to go from 1:00 PM to 9:00 PM at 144 Montague, will be affected. We have […]

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Open Streets Montague Saturday

After last week’s cancellation because of rain, Open Streets Montague is back for this Saturday, May 14. Rain is expected, mostly from early morning until about 1:00 PM, but it shouldn’t be anything like last Saturday’s washout. Fortunately, the events don’t start until about 1:00, as shown on this schedule provided by the Montague Street […]

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Open Streets Montague Cancelled for Tomorrow

Cancelled because of forecast for inclement weather.

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Details of Brooklyn Heights Association Annual Meeting Thursday

The Annual Meeting of the Brooklyn Heights Association will, as we previously reported, be held on line this coming Thursday, February 24, starting at 7:00 PM. We now have details on the agenda for the meeting, along with contact info. Community service awards will be presented to “the founders of the Brooklyn Heights Community Fridge,” […]

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Subway Service Alerts: Brooklyn Heights and Nearby

This coming weekend — late Friday evening, February 18 to early Monday morning, February 21 — there will be no service in either direction to or from the 4 and 5 platforms at Borough Hall, as 4 trains will not be serving Brooklyn and 5 trains do not normally serve Brooklyn on weekends. For those […]

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For $25 You Can Stand on a Freezing Roof Sipping a Cocktail from a Glass Carved from Ice

According to TimeOut the 1 Hotel Brooklyn Bridge, which we know as the building that blighted the view of the Brooklyn Bridge from the Promenade until One Manhattan Square, aka “The Cheese Grater” (someone once commented on BHB, “It gives Pecorino Romano a bad name”) utterly trashed it, has found a way to make money […]

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Snow Friday; Alternate Side Parking Suspended

Snow is predicted to start falling at about 4:00 AM Friday, January 7 and continue until about 10:00 AM. Accumulation is expected to be fairly heavy – 3 to 4 inches. Alternate side parking rules are suspended Monday to facilitate snow removal, but parking meter rules remain in effect. This time, it looks like it’s […]

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Snow Monday; Alternate Side Parking Suspended

Update: the latest predictions are that we will see little, if any, snow. Say goodbye to the mild-for-January temperatures; they will be plunging tonight. Tomorrow – Monday, January 3 – they are expected to remain in the 20s all day. Snow is predicted to start falling at about noon and continue until late afternoon. Accumulation […]

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Brooklyn Bridge Park Presents On Line Weather and Climate Educational Events

Brooklyn Bridge Park is presenting two on line weather and climate related events for children and adults this week. This Wednesday, November 18 from 11:00 a.m. to noon BBP’s Virtual Storytime, presented in conjunction with Brooklyn Public Library, will feature a weather related story and craft activity. There’s more information here, and you can register […]

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Open Thread Wednesday

What’s on your mind? Comment away! Also, please share your photos of other downed trees, etc. If you’ve suffered any damage to your property, you can report it here. Click on “Read full story” to get the link.

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