Archive | July, 2007


Who’ll Help This Bird?

On the mean streets of Brooklyn Heights only one law governs man and beast — Darwin’s. From the BHB Inbox comes this dispatch from “CF”: This bird has been in front of 90 Pierrepont Street for 3 days now, and has what looks to be a painfully injured leg.  I feel awful seeing him every […]

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Sun Art

BHB Photo Club picsun art, originally uploaded by fkuffel.  

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Big Hole on Pineapple

Luckily it seems as though the DOT is on the case regarding this large crater on Pineapple Street between Willow and Hicks.  Someone was even kind enough to leave a six pack of brewskis for the fix it crew. Photo by Homer Fink

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Boxer in the Window

boxerwatch in brooklyn heights, Flickr photo by Summer-Colt Rides.  

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Potter Heads

Muggles (errr sumthin') will be gathered later at the Court Street Barnes and Noble where a sign reads "come dressed as your favorite Harry Potter character tonight at 9pm." The final chapter in the Potter saga goes on sale at midnight. This also gives us an excuse to run the video above from nerdrockers Harry […]

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Marty Walks the Heights

Anyone catch Brooklyn Beep Marty Markowitz kicking off "Lighten Up Brooklyn" in the nabe today?

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Nabe Thesp Meets Brother Fred

Every day I wake up and realize that we're not worthy to live in the same neighborhood as the Great American Actor Paul Giamatti. He can do no wrong. He's might be the most talent thesp of his generation, but he's JUST LIKE US!!  He's got bills to pay too so once in a while […]

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Kids Day at the Brooklyn Heights Library

Kids Day at the Brooklyn Heights Branch, originally uploaded by PhillyBlunt.  

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High Maintainence

Brownstoner reports on two coop sales this week in Brooklyn Heights — one at 33 Willow Street for a 3br 1000 sq foot (reported as 600 in the piece) unit listed at $899k and another 1br 800 sq foot at 150 Joralemon Street that sold for $440k. The interesting thing here is that the smaller […]

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Event from our Inbox

Life Defined Design: Dalton Rooney As part of our ongoing local photography series, join us for an exhibit of the work of Dalton Rooney. On display through August 14, Rooney's work captures the spirit of Brooklyn through black and white and color still life photography. Rooney, originally hailing from Joshua tree, California, will be on hand […]

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