There’s action for naturophiles at Brooklyn Bridge Park this weekend. On Saturday, August 3, starting at 9:30 a.m., on Pier 1, there will be a Birds, Bugs, and Bees tour, and on Sunday, August 4, from noon to 1:30 p.m. there will be Seining the River Wild near the Main Street entrance to the Park […]
Archive | July, 2013
Not long after we received a dispatch from Mrs. Fink and Toddler Fink that their experience for lunch today at Sociale was super-fantastic, we received word that our man with a cam, Karl Junkersfeld, was ready to file a report about the eatery. Manager Francesco Nuccitelli makes an appearance telling Karl about the menu and […]
This weekend begins the intensive work on the Sandy-ravaged tunnel on the R and (late night) N line connecting Court Street station to Whitehall Street in lower Manhattan, scheduled to last until October of 2014. On weekends (presumably this means from 11:30 p.m. Friday and 5:00 a.m. Monday) and late at night (again presumably 11:30 […]
Perhaps its arrival will be a little late to take advantage of bikini season, but word has just arrived that a salon called European Wax Center will be taking Ruby & Jenna’s place on 130 Montague. More information on the space is here. Its site says, “We’ve been waxing guests since 1975, so we’ve had […]
The Atlantic Avenue BID has let us know that this Thursday, August 1, from 11:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m., there will be a community painting event in the tunnel below the BQE’s overpass of Atlantic. The BID won an award to have a mural painted there, and you may contribute to it. We will be […]
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BHB publisher/ LICENSED NYC tour guide Homer Fink is brushing off his walking tour shoes and hosting another edition of his Hidden Brooklyn Heights Walking Tour on Saturday (8/3).
Last year, for the first time, City Council Member Stephen Levin invited public suggestions for local projects on which to spend $1 million in discretionary funds, then held a plebiscite to determine the winners. This year there will be another round of “participatory budgeting,” and CM Levin has asked the Brooklyn Heights Association to solicit […]
Video of a “flash mob” (are they still around?) proposal on the Brooklyn Heights Promenade was posted on YouTube last week.
We wish the couple well, but a clip like this is screaming out for a Tosh.0 type comment challenge.
Watch after the jump.
NYC Public Advocate and Democratic candidate for mayor Bill DiBlasio tweeted out a map detailing the impact on door-to-ER travel time if Long Island College Hospital shuts down permanently. In the words of a #SaveLICH demonstrator recently, “don’t get sick in this part of Brooklyn.” Why #SaveLICH? Here's a look at the before & after […]
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