The Brooklyn Bridge Animal Welfare Coalition, Inc., a not-for-profit organization, in conjunction with Sammy, proprietor of Pets Emporium, will present “Kitten Palooza”, an adoption event, in front of the Emporium, 105 Montague Street (between Henry and Hicks) from 11:00 a.m until 4:00 p.m. this Saturday, October 2, and the following Saturday, October 9. According to […]
Archive | September, 2010
FDNY is operating near Joralemon St. & Columbia Place now where several ConEd manholes have blown their top. This is a replay of the events of January 18, 2010, in which several manholes exploded reportedly as a result of work being done on Willow Place by National Grid contractors. Update: BHB reader “Tarek” sends us […]
Approximately 20 activists protested Ricky’s yesterday evening on Montague Street, some waving Palestine flags, and holding signs encouraging boycott of an Israeli-made cosmetics company called Ahava whose products are carried by the store. Video after the jump.
A swarm of media descended on Dumbo yesterday to cover an Oscar De La Hoya-hosted boxing clinic for young superstars at Gleason’s Gym. This gave the middleweight with movie-star looks some photo ops with tomorrow’s bruisers, but the real scoop came with the announcement that Bad Boy Paulie Malignaggi would now be repped by De […]
Jack the Horse Tavern, at Cranberry and Hicks Streets, has been listed among the “bib gourmand ” restaurants–those offering two courses and a glass of wine for less than $40–in the latest New York City edition of the prestigious Michelin Guide. New York Daily News: “These restaurants are our inspectors’ favorites – the ones they’ll […]
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Members of the team Culver Express celebrate their victory in tonight’s Trivial and Convivial event at the Brooklyn Historical Society. The main floor event room was jammed for this contest, in which categories tested included general Brooklyn knowledge, Brooklyn authors, Brooklyn singers and their songs, spotting locations in Brooklyn from Google Earth photos, and spotting […]
The National Weather Service has issued this statement: .SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS COULD PRODUCE LOCALLY STRONG WIND GUSTS… HEAVY RAIN AND POSSIBLY AN ISOLATED TORNADO LATE THIS AFTERNOON… AT 315 PM… RADAR INDICATED BANDS OF SHOWERS AND ISOLATED THUNDERSTORMS DEVELOPING OVER NEW JERSEY… FROM SUSSEX COUNTY SOUTHWARD INTO SOUTHERN GLOUCESTER COUNTY… AND MOVING NORTHEAST AT 35 […]
We shall return to our regular scheduled programming of cops and robbers next week. Until then, enjoy this intro courtesy of Capt. Frank Furillo.
While it might not be spring cleaning time yet, Brooklyn Heights residents have a chance to get rid of some clutter and help the environment. Brooklyn Bridge Park, in association with the Lower East Side Ecology Center, will hold its first electronic waste recycling event on Saturday, October 2nd from 10am – 4pm. The event […]
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