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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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More Morning Walk Scenes: Still Some Color

Winter doesn’t arrive until December 21, so we’re still in the waning days of autumn. Peak foliage time has passed, but there’s yet some color to be found, and the muted tones of late fall have their charm. Here are some scenes from a walk on Saturday, December 1. These are rose hips and leaves […]

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Fallen Limb Blocking Hotel St. George 2/3 Subway Entrance

A formidable tree limb is down right in front of the 2/3 entrance at the Hotel St. George on Clark Street, as well as some other fairly significant broken limbs along Clark to the Promenade. In addition, a fallen limb is blocking the Remsen Street Promenade entrance. CBS 2 is reporting that winds reached 65 […]

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The High Life: Collegiate Room & Board At St. George’s Weller Residence

Ever wonder how much it costs for college students to stay in the St. George Hotel? Kaplan International Centers is offering an end-of-summer residence special at the Weller Residence on 100 Henry Street for the bargain basement price through August 25 of… $320 a week! Included with a furnished room & private bath are a […]

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Mountain of Garbage at Clark and Hicks Streets in Brooklyn Heights

At about 11:30 a.m. Sunday, we spotted this mountain of garbage surrounding the mailbox on the southwest corner of Hicks and Clark Streets. Another passerby was already on the phone with 311 to report the pileup which was made up of some household items and mattresses. What happened? Someone moved and just got tired of […]

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Collegiate Housing At The St. George: Deluxe Living

If you’ve walked past the St. George Hotel outside the 2/3 subway stop on Clark or Henry streets and been curious about what the EHS collegiate residences there offer today’s poor, starving, overworked college students, I’ve got two words to describe it: luxe living. “You’ll have the time of your life,” EHS suggests. “Our all-inclusive […]

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Image Of The Day: Brooklyn Heights Shoe Master, 100 Henry Street

The Brooklyn Heights Shoe Master at 100 Henry Street, inside the St. George Hotel 2/3 subway entrance, sure looks like it’s been in place for decades. One factoid: A phone number in a lighted box above the store is no longer relevant: 852-2016. Has the joint been there long enough to have had a 212 […]

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Housing Works Protests in Brooklyn Heights Against AIDS Funding Cuts

Several readers complained of being awakened or disturbed this morning by a noisy demonstration along Clark Street. We have learned that the protest was organized by Housing Works, the same folks who run the popular thrift shop on Montague near the corner of Henry Street. It was aimed at Heights resident Robert Doar, Commissioner of […]

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Michael Rothenberg, Brooklyn Heights Resident and Public Interest Lawyer, Dies at 47

Michael Rothenberg, Clark Street resident, lawyer, and advocate for social justice, died yesterday.

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Car Smashes Into Brooklyn Heights Promenade Fence

Reader “Y” on OTW tipped us off to this: earlier this evening, a car came down Clark Street at what must have been a pretty good clip, crossed Columbia Heights and kept going, smashing through the barricades that have blocked off the Clark Street entrance to the Promenade for lo! so many months, crossed the […]

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