Fox 5 has a story about Brooklyn Heights homeowners taking care of. and beautifying, the tree pits in front of their properties. The story focuses on those on Garden Place; the residents there have certainly done a commendable job. Still, many on other streets deserve recognition. Consider those on Montague Street (photo), many maintained by […]
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Fox 5 NY Praises Brooklyn Heights Residents For Beautifying Tree Pits
Hateful Halloween: Garden Place Vandalized With Swastikas
For those who haven’t heard yet, Garden Place – the street where everyone takes their kids for tricks and treets today – was vandalized last night with badly (and incorrectly) drawn swastikas, and the n-word (because why not just throw that in there, too). It’s shocking, but this isn’t the first time this has happened […]
Halloween Happenings: Brooklyn Heights and Boo-Yond!
Boo, Eek! Halloween is finally upon us!! Here’s a round up of the best of what our end of Brooklyn has to offer. Add additional events or photos of your Halloween celebrations in the comments. Trick or Treat! Hands down, parents in Brooklyn Heights know the two best places to be on Halloween are […]
Some Brooklyn Heights Halloween Scenes
There was plenty of action in and around Brooklyn Heights for Halloween yesterday. Things got going early with a parade and a party in the Pierrepont Playground. A family at Hicks and Montague streets, early afternoon. A “graveyard” on Garden Place. Giving out the goodies, Garden Place.
“Dorothy,” Here’s “Toto”
Judy Stanton, Executive Director of the Brooklyn Heights Association, sends us this message: [This] toy Toto (Wizard of Oz character)…is presumably half of a child’s Halloween costume. During ‘trick or treating’ on Garden Place last night this was dropped next to my stoop. I brought it in so it was not rained on, and I […]
More Street Milling: Garden Place to Start Tuesday
Community Board 2, which earlier alerted us to the milling of Hicks Street (which Homer tells me has begun today) now advises us of more milling projects, including Garden Place, which is scheduled to be milled beginning this coming Tuesday, June 25. Also slated to be milled are several small streets at or near the […]
Halloween Fun In Brooklyn Heights
As usual, Garden Place and Grace Court Alley were the places to be this Halloween. Some pics from BHB pal Peter Steinberg on Grace Court Alley and the world of the Twitter after the jump:
Mr. J. Takes a Stroll on Garden Place
Our man with cam shows us the sights along the storied street, and fills us in on some history. Video after the jump.
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 […]
Sarah Jessica Parker Sighted Filming in Brooklyn Heights
Brooklyn Heights resident/author Valerie Frankel snapped a few “Saskwatch-like” photos of Sarah Jessica Parker filming scenes for I Don’t Know How She Does It on Garden Place yesterday. Despite production staffers — who had no trouble taking EVERY SINGLE PARKING SPACE IN BROOKLYN HEIGHTS THIS WEEK — shooing her off, Val returned with this report:
- Art and Tag Sale by DAZLART, Sat and Sun, 10 – 6 pm, Clark And Hicks Sts.
- Open Streets Montague Returns Tomorrow
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- Subway Service Alerts: Brooklyn Heights and Nearby June 2, 2023
- Happy Friday! Follow Brooklyn Heights Blog on Instagram @brooklynheightsblog June 2, 2023
- Open Streets Montague Returns Tomorrow June 2, 2023
- Art and Tag Sale by DAZLART, Sat and Sun, 10 – 6 pm, Clark And Hicks Sts. June 2, 2023