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Robber Hits Careland Pharmacy on Clark

According to Brooklyn Paper’s “Police Blotter”, on Sunday a man took nine packs of razors and six packs of headphones from a display case in a store your correspondent has identified as Careland, on Clark Street between Henry and Monroe Place (photo). The Brooklyn Paper story quotes a worker at the store as saying the […]

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Stork Arrives Outside Clark Street Station

PIX 11 reports that, with assistance from NYPD officers and FDNY EMTs, a woman successfully gave birth to an apparently healthy baby on the sidewalk outside the Clark Street subway entrance on Saturday at about 6:00 p.m. The story quotes Twitter user Chris Fohlin’s tweet: Just another day in Brooklyn Heights: woman had a baby […]

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Stuff Around the Neighborhood

Now we know what’s replacing Pete’s Waterfront Ale House: goodbye, eclectic and interesting menu; hello Brado Thin Crust Pizza. With Table 87 and Luzzo’s already in place, this stretch of Atlantic was really crying for another pie joint. CVS has announced their soon to be presence at Clinton and Montague, former home of Rite Aid. […]

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Geotechnical Drilling To Begin Around Library Site This Week

Brooklyn Public Library has announced that geotechnical drilling to test ground quality around the site of the existing Brooklyn Heights Branch will begin this Thursday, July 23 and continue for about three weeks. The drilling, using truck mounted drill rigs, will be done during the hours from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. on weekdays. The […]

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Clark Street Station Middle Elevator Broken Again

Just when we were getting used to all the Clark Street elevators running, comes this photo from a reader. Less than two weeks after its repair (after months of being out of order) the middle elevator is out again. We asked what’s up with that elevator. The subway clerk had no answers. DEVELOPING…. Update: According […]

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Cleaning Up in Brooklyn Heights

Brooklyn Heights has never felt so fresh. Just in time for the holidays, the bustling Brooklyn Heights intersection of Clark and Henry is about to smell a whole lot better, thanks to local soap makers Ross Caudill and his fiancé Joanna Maltese. Named after the famed intersection, Clark & Henry recently opened as an online […]

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Looks Like Clark Street In Brooklyn Heights Is About To Get A Tavern

After halving the space of Tazza at 72 Clark Street, operators 151 Montague LLC are planning to open a tavern in the vacant part of the store. Plans were presented at last night’s CB2 meeting. Update: CB2 tells us that the owners are seeking a full liquor license for this location. The CB2 health committee […]

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A Tour of Pier 5 and Unfinished Parts of Brooklyn Bridge Park

Sunday at noon I joined a group of architecture and park enthusiasts for a tour of the completed Pier 5 and the still under construction uplands of Piers 4 and 3. We were led to Pier 5 by Brooklyn Bridge Park’s Senior Project Manager, Leigh Trucks (photo). More photos and text after the jump. As […]

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I’m Calling It “Fort Myer”

I’m not sure what this new structure is [Update: I am now; it’s a new granite prospect. See here and scroll down to “Pier 3 Uplands”; thanks to Nancy Webster] that’s being built on the uplands of Pier 3 in Brooklyn Bridge Park, between Clark and Pierrepont streets, and the interactive map is no help. […]

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Thugs Rob 12-Year-Old Kid On 2 Train As It Departs Clark Street Station

Man, this’ll hurt your feelings. Two thugs robbed a 12-year-old boy on the 3 subway train departing the Clark Street station (heading to Hoyt Street) on March 1, according to police. The victim told cops he was on the train at 7:25 p.m. when one of the thieves alleged that he had a firearm. The […]

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