Beginning on January 31, 2016, the parish of the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary on Cranberry Street will become part of the Brooklyn Oratory of Saint Philip Neri and the parish of St. Boniface, it was announced at masses at both churches last weekend. Since the departure of Father James King from Assumption, the […]
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Tomorrow evening (Friday, June 1) the Brooklyn Film Festival starts at the Brooklyn Heights Cinema with screenings of Brooklyn Castle (8:00 p.m., Cinema 2, sold out) and Rose (photo) (8:30 p.m., Cinema 1, tickets available through the Festival website linked above). The Festival continues through the weekend, the following week and weekend, finishing on Sunday, […]
We’ve gotten word from the good folks at Theater 2020 that they’ve had to cancel tonight’s and Friday’s performances of A Comedy of Errors because of flooding in the undercroft space at Assumption Church where they’re performing. They expect to be back on stage this Saturday evening, May 26, at 8:00. After that, they have […]
The House Tour. The House Tour. The House Tour! More info at the Brooklyn Heights Association website. There are several activities at Brooklyn Bridge Park this weekend. The Green Team meets tomorrow (Saturday, May 12) from 10:00 a.m. until noon. At the same time, there will be a MillionTreesNYC community tree giveaway on Pier 6, […]
Theater 2020’s innovative production of Shakespeare’s Comedy of Errors (cast shown in photo) opens tomorrow (Friday, May 4) at 8:00 p.m. at the Cranberry Street Theater Space, Assumption Church, 55 Cranberry Street. More details are here.
Theater 2020, Brooklyn Heights’ own professional theater company, will present an innovative production of Shakespeare’s Comedy of Errors, featuring “five men, five women… and five puppets in a riotous romp of mistaken identity,” at the Cranberry Street Theater Space, Assumption Church, 55 Cranberry Street.
Brooklyn Daily Eagle: Frank Spano of Brooklyn Heights, known for several blocks around as the unofficial “mayor,” died September 23 at the age of 66. The cause was cancer, said his sister Donnie Militello. According to the Eagle, Spano was, at various times in his life, an altar boy at Assumption Church, an athlete, a […]
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