Stories in both the Wall Street Journal and New York Times note that power forward Thaddeus Young, a Memphis, Tennessee native who recently signed a $50 million contract with the Brooklyn Nets, has become the first team member to move to Brooklyn, and specifically to Brooklyn Heights. Although the Nets became Brooklyn’s team and began […]
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Brooklyn Heights Blog correspondents were out in force Sunday for Atlantic Antic, which spans one mile along Atlantic Avenue, from Hicks Street to Fourth Avenue. Despite an early afternoon shower and cool temps, Brooklynites came out by the thousands for the 38th-annual event. Many more pics below the jump. (Photos: Chuck Taylor)
It was more than a year ago that BHB reported neighborhood institution Sahadi’s petition to expand the gourmet & Middle Eastern food market at 187 Atlantic Avenue. Good things come to those who wait: Sahadi’s will close from September 17-23, as it begins an expansion that will tie in three storefronts, while offering a new […]
The ever-entertaining end-of-summer Atlantic Antic—which brings madness, music and playful mayhem to a 10-block stretch of Atlantic Avenue, bordering Brooklyn Heights and Cobble Hill—will convene Sunday, September 30, noon to 6 p.m. Sponsored by the Atlantic Avenue Local Development Corporation (AALDC), it offers 500+ retailers and pop-up shops pawning goodies, food, dancing, family fun and […]
Brooklyn Bugle pal/awesome photographer Chris Arnade snapped this shot at yesterday’s Atlantic Antic. He comments:
The Atlantic Avenue Local Development Corporation has named as its first “Ambassador of Atlantic Avenue” Charlie Sahadi, proprietor of Sahadi’s, the gourmet and Middle Eastern food market at 187 Atlantic Avenue, between Clinton and Court streets.
Next Sunday, September 26, from 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. Atlantic Avenue from Hicks Street to Fourth Avenue will be the site of Brooklyn’s largest street festival, the 36th annual Atlantic Antic. It will feature 600 vendors of crafts and a wide variety of foods, as well as nine live performance stages presenting “blues, rock, […]
Some random highlights from Sunday’s Atlantic Antic caught on the Bugle Flipcam by Homer: Melanie Hope Greenberg’s story time for kids Simon Rich and Farley Katz : New York Superheroes The East Village Wine Geek Keith Beavers pairs a wine with LA Slugocki’s Erotica Project …and Dylan the doggie! Amazon.com Widgets
The Brooklyn Bugle, Brooklyn Heights Blog and Cobble Hill Blog tent at the Atlantic Antic was jumpin’ Sunday with special guests Melanie Hope Greenberg and New York Superheroes authors Simon Rich and Farley Katz. Thanks to all of our readers who stopped by and showed us some love — among others Nabeguy, Since47, bornhere, BHB […]
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