Archive | February, 2007


BHS to Host Real Estate Roundtable

The Brooklyn Historical Society will host a series of roundtables featuring Brooklyn professionals from many areas.  It will begin with a discussion of Real Estate on March 7. "At a moment when Brooklyn’s history and future is so much a focus of public debate and discussion we look forward to many inspiring discussions as we […]

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Open Thread Wednesday

Tonight at 7:30pm at the Plymouth Church of the Pilgrims, the  Brooklyn Heights Association will hold its Annual Meeting.  The event, with guest speaker NYC Council Speaker Christine Quinn, is open to the general public. Today's OTW is dedicated to issues you'd like to see discussed at tonight's meeting.  More importantly, what issues in our […]

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Ex-BHA Prez Protests Park

MetroNY: A Dream Disowned: A crowd turned out at St. Francis College last night to rally against the state’s plan for Brooklyn Bridge Park, the 70-acre waterfront development that will include luxury high-rises and a hotel as well as retail, restaurants and offices — all meant to pay for the park’s upkeep. At the front […]

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Le Petit Marche Gets Facelift

Nabe blogger epc posted this photo on Flickr this morning of workers modifying the facade of Le Petite Marche on Henry Street.  Could this be this be the renovation mentioned by "Don Fanucci" on January 10 under "Henry Street Woes" on BHB? Don Fanucci said: "P.S. Petit Marche has gone the extra mile and will […]

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Brigates Beat Bourbon Balls

Brigate Bocce scored its first win of the Winter 2007 season on Sunday, beating Bourbon Balls in two straight sets 7 – 6, 7 – 3.  The Brigates fielded their most fierce lineup of the season — the saucy Mrs. Fink, Dr. Mark, Qfwfq and Homer Fink. Naked Idiot's Dan switched with Mrs. Fink in […]

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Sunday’s Open House

62 Montague Street #7D (map)1 BR, 1 bath coop$559K/$817 maint.Broker: Corcoran Agents: Michael Rauschenberg, Michael Raab    This sunny 1 bedroom pre-war apartment has southern exposure and wonderful views — the Hudson River, the Verazzano Bridge and the Statue of Liberty. It has beautiful hard wood floors, restored pre-war details, a fireplace, built-in bookcase, and […]

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Your Weekend Subway Clusterf… er, “Advisory”

Brought to you by the MTA Subway Weekend Service Advisory, which I could describe as byzantine if it wasn't so unfair to the Byzantines.

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Cranberry Comedy Continues

Christie Rizk unveils the identity of the mysterious Cranberry Corner “partners” as well as their plans for the shuttered Aficionada space in this week’s Brooklyn Paper:

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Experimental Play Coming to Nabe Apartment

The Sublet Experiment, a play that takes place in an real-life apartment to audiences of 12, is coming to Brooklyn Heights. According to Playbill, performances will run from April 12 – 29 in an apartment on Willow Street between Pierrepont and Clark Streets. The show's website describes the play as featuring, "a serial sublettor, a […]

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Nabe Pooch is a Hot Dog

Nabe pooch "Nigel" a Chihuahua/Jack Russell mix, who hails from Willow Street and frolics at Hillside Dog Park,  is featured in a unique photo exhibit, "Brooklyn Rescues", at Willie's Dawgs in Park Slope. The recently opened swank new hot doggery (of the edible kind) is an homage to owners Ellen Lutter and Tom Anderson's beloved […]

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