New details about last week’s late-night robbers top this week’s police blotter.
Archive | March, 2010
With warmer weather comes the addition of a third day of shopping at the Brooklyn Borough Hall Greenmarket. Beginning tomorrow, the Greenmarket will be open on Thursdays, in addition to its year-round days of operation, Tuesdays and Saturdays. The hours will be, as always, from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m.
It looks like the NYC Department of Health has shut down another Henry Street eatery, as Great Wall [60 Henry Street] appears to have been shut down. No one answered the phone there at 5pm this evening. BHB commenter Nick reports:
Mrs. Fink phones in with this critical update — if you’ve been having trouble trying to phone Heights Prime Meats on Clark Street to place your holiday order you’re not alone. The shop has been experiencing phone troubles this week. They’ve provided us with an alternate number – 347-995-5066, ask for Tony. This is […]
The Brooklyn Conservatory Community Orchestra performed to a full house at the Plymouth Church of the Pilgrims on March 27. The program was a delightful mix of both traditional and “off-beat” selections. The evening began with Laideronnette, Empress of the Pagodas, the third movement of Maurice Ravel’s “Ma Mere L’Oye.” A wonderfully experimental work on […]
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Our pals at Brooklyn Based post news of the official opening of Crop to Cup (aka @139 Atlantic) at 139 Atlantic Avenue: Brooklyn Based: The shelves are lined with McClure’s Pickles, Nunu Chocolates, Early Bird Granola, and Kumquat Cupcakery’s miniature cupcakes, which are baked in-house, (they’re planning to hold a contest for a Crop to Cup-exclusive […]
Haystack, located at 130 Clinton Street (between Joralemon and Livingston) is the topic of this Brooklyn Independent Television profile, one of a series about neighborhood people and institutions.
Queens resident/YouTube user “hitchcockhill” fantasizes about living in Brooklyn Heights. He loves our humble hamlet so much that he’s created a Tron-like homage….. errr sumthin’.
Brownstoner made this sweet pad at 220 Columbia Heights its House of the Day today and we couldn’t resist sharing the official marketing video with you. Holy moley! Priced at $2.125 million, it’s just out of our BHB Clubhouse budget. Which is killing us because this Renaissance Revival building is named checked on page 53 […]
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