BHB contributor/filmmaker/Brooklyn Heights resident Heather Quinlan was a guest on CBS This Morning earlier this week discussing her upcoming documentary If These Knishes Could Talk. The package, as we say in the biz, ponders “are Americans losing their accents?” Watch the report after the jump.
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Fox 5 NY’s Heather Brown filed a report this evening confirming that the NYC Parks Department is “looking into” naming a park after Beastie Boy/Brooklyn Heights native Adam “MCA” Yauch who died of cancer earlier this month. Yesterday, we reported that the BHB community’s effort and Facebook page to rename Squibb Park after the musician […]
The new Starbucks location at 134 Montague Street, which opened May 12, was a concern for some residents because the new space was apparently so narrow that the mommy crowd was going to have difficulty pushing strollers to the back counter (opposing viewpoint: moms were going to be ramming strollers into customers on either side). […]
HBO’s sad-sack series “Girls,” created, produced, directed, written by and starring Brooklyn Heights resident Lena Dunham, has been renewed for a 10-episode second season. The show revolves around the lives of four 20-somethings navigating love, life and careers in New York City post-college. Judd Apatow is an executive producer. “Girls” debuted April 15 on the […]
Spring offers plenty of new vitality to the neighborhood from outdoor fairs to flowers to volleyball games at the Pier. It also means the addition of many new puppies to the neighborhood. As a dog owner, I have met a lot of new dog owners asking many questions, which I now turn over to Certified […]
Brooklyn foodie website Nona Brooklyn offers a lengthy and delectable interview with Antonio Migliaccio, owner of Brooklyn Heights’ longtime fave Noodle Pudding. The Italian restaurant has been open at 38 Henry Street in the far northern reaches of the neighborhood for 16 years. The interview begins: “Most restaurants have a moment. They arrive on the […]
How does Karl love LPQ? Let him count the ways…. Video after the jump.
The next jocular, wonderfully educational Homer Fink’s Hidden Walking Tour takes place this coming Saturday, April 21, at 11 a.m. Learn about the odd, weird, controversial and amusing history of America’s First Suburb over a sprawling 90 minutes of fun, led by the faithful kingpin of the Brooklyn Heights Blog, Cobble Hill Blog and Brooklyn […]
The Brooklyn Heights Association will hold its annual House Tour on Saturday, May 12. More details will be given on BHB when available. The photo, by our own Homer Fink, is from the 2008 tour. There is no assurance that the house shown in the photo will be included in this year’s tour, but the […]
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