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CVS Site Was Once Henry Miller’s Hellhole

Over the years, Brooklyn Heights has been home to enough writers, actors, musicians, and visual artists to rival its not-too-distant neighbor Greenwich Village as a Bohemian community. Many, including novelist Norman Mailer, playwright Arthur Miller, and sculptor John Rhoden, seem to have liked living here. Horror fiction master H.P. Lovecraft, by contrast, found the neighborhood […]

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Brooklyn Symphony Orchestra’s Armstrong Profiled

The Brooklyn Ink profiles  Brooklyn Symphony Orchestra artistic director Nicholas Armstrong.   The group performs regularly at St. Ann’s and the Holy Trinity Church in Brooklyn Heights. The next BSO concert at St. Ann’s will be December 19 at 3pm : SAINT-SAENS – La Muse et Le Poete featuring Judy Spokes, violin and David Cho, […]

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Brooklyn Ink on P.S. 8’s Progress

The Columbia Graduate School of Journalism’s Brooklyn Ink takes at look at P.S. 8 today: Brooklyn Ink: The staff has nearly doubled in size to match demand, growing from 24 to 40 full time teachers. Due to the lack of space, teachers work without a lounge. They’ve taken to eating lunch in the library. Teachers […]

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Report: FDNY Says UA Court Street Popcorn Machine Fires Minor

After two fires started in the popcorn poppers at the UA Court Street Stadium 12 theater this year, the  FDNY recommended that the establishment bring in a technician to examine the poppers to prevent future fires.  However, a spokesperson for the fire department tells Columbia University’s Brooklyn Ink that they have checked with the theater […]

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