Archive | December, 2008

Nabe Jazzman Jams with Danny Aiello

Danny Aiello aka The King of All Italian-Americans (shh, don’t tell Paul Sorvino!) laid down some cool tunes on Channel 11 this morning to promote his new album Live from Atlantic City. Nabe jazzman/sax player Eric Loffswold (check out his CD) was part of the legendary actor’s band. Videos after the jump.

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Get Hammered While Your Nails Get Done

Sign in window of Dashing Diva, Montague Street.

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Yassky Starts Pro-Permit Parking Facebook Group

No, the above is not a headline from The Onion.  Our man in the City Council, David Yassky, is rallying support for permit parking via a Facebook group.  The group’s description:

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Cool Yule at First Unitarian Church

From the BHB Inbox comes this event announcement: SIRENS of BROOKLYN will perform a Christmas Choir Benefit Concert in First Unitarian Church’s Revival Gothic Sanctuary in Brooklyn Heights (50 Monroe Place, Brooklyn, NY) on December 19 at 8pm. The proceeds go to the Vibe Song Makers Program, providing under-served teenage girls training to write, record […]

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Cash Is Good

It was with some trepidation that I entered into the space of work styles for a completely unscientific sampling of the taboo topic of what we like getting from our clients at the end of the year.

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Racesky for Yassky’s Seatsky is Onsky

The Brooklyn Paper reports on the race to replace our man in the City Council, David Yassky.  Yassky’s still running for Comptroller and the field to replace him is crowded.  It includes JoAnne Simon the candidate behind those mailers you received over the weekend: Brooklyn Paper: They’re Off!: Simon certainly has the money. Through July, […]

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Cadman Plaza Brush Fire

BHB newshound “BP” sends in this photo of a “brush fire” in Cadman Plaza Park.  He tells us the FDNY responded shortly after the photo was taken.

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Montessori Little Room May Close

From Cobble Hill Blog: The Sunday Times reports that the future of The Little Room program of the Brooklyn Heights Montessori School will be decided on Tuesday, when the school’s board of trustees votes on whether to move the Little Room (currently located at the intersection of Court and Bergen Streets) or to close it down. The […]

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Park Construction Starts Today

The Brooklyn Paper reports that construction on some areas of Brooklyn Bridge Park is “supposed to” begin today: Brooklyn Paper: Work on…: “Work begins on Monday,” said Regina Myer, president of the Brooklyn Bridge Park Development Corporation, at a board meeting on Friday afternoon. Myer also proudly told the board that work will commence in […]

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Christmas Ball

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