Lost City calls the pumpkin-scape at 24 Willow Street “Jack-o-Lantern Overload”! We call it “awesome”.
Archive | October, 2009
Pierrepont Playground was packed today following the Annual Brooklyn Heights Halloween Parade. If you were there, please add your photos to the BHB Photo Club on Flickr and we’ll post a slideshow here soon!
Sure the folks over at the Watchtower Bible and Tract Society aka Jehovah’s Witnesses don’t “celebrate” Halloween but they took to the streets of the North Heights this morning to “Trick or Tract”. We’ve discussed the unneighborliness of Watchtower knocking in the Heights before and this morning’s doorbell ringing was no exception. While it was amusing […]
Brooklyn Heights resident and food blogger Cheryl “Tiger in the Kitchen” Tan recently posted a recipe for Chicken Wing Stew. We haven’t cooked it up yet (ahem… paging Mrs. Fink) but if Ms. Tan’s photos of the dish are any indication it looks outrageously good. Find the recipe here.
Mr. Junkersfeld files this companion dispatch to go along with his latest film:
In light of last night’s incident, police officials wanted to reassure Brooklyn Heights residents that there were no reported robberies last night and that there is no crime wave in the Heights. “There are no crime patterns that are affecting Brooklyn Heights,” an official tells Brooklyn Heights Blog. “Our worst crime pattern is probably a […]
In the 1977 movie The Sentinel, the top rear window of 10 Montague Terrace served as the really spooky Gate to Hell where a blind priest stood on guard for demons and the undead. The movie does boast some scary moments (Sylvia Miles naked! Arrr!) and any movie featuring Christopher Walken is a-ok in our book.
Neighbors: Please be advised at approximately 9:00 p.m. tonight as I was walking home on Hicks between Montague and Joralemon I was accosted by a gang of four boys, approximately 14-15 years of age.
Brooklyn Heights Playground Committee will hold their annual Kids’ Halloween Parade this Saturday, starting at 10:00 a.m. at Pierrepont Playground, Pierrepont Street and Columbia Heights. More details are available at the BH Playgrounds website. For a full list of Halloween fun, check out Cobble Hill Blog.
The Brooklyn Heights Association will meet with the Economic Development Corporation tomorrow to discuss banning tourist helicopter flights over Brooklyn Heights, DUMBO and Brooklyn Bridge Park. BHA Executive Direct Judy Stanton tells the Brooklyn Paper that chopper noise is so bad that it’s hard to hold a “face to face conversation.” Brooklyn Paper: But […]
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