Recently opened Dellarocco’s of Brooklyn is scaring up a special spread for the upcoming holiday, with the unveiling of its “Halloween Pizza.” Toppings comprise pumpkin, smoked mozzarella and bacon. It’s the latest creation from Dellarocco’s Chef Pasquale Cozzolino. The “Halloween Pizza” is available upon request for $18 a pie. Dellarocco’s, which opened July 31, is […]
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Author L.V. Salazar’s “The Ghosts Of Brooklyn” offers spooky tales of a “house of suicides” in Brooklyn Heights, demonic wolves in Prospect Park and a coven of sperm-stealing witches in DUMBO. Writer Natalie O’Neill spoke with the self-proclaimed ghost specialist in The Brooklyn Paper. In the piece, he describes “ghosts” as such: “Imagine two rooms […]
The space at 37 Cranberry Street, formerly occupied by Browning Frames and Prints, looks to have a new tenant. While the windows are covered, a sign hangs on the door reading “Pumpkinman”.
Our man in the NYS Senate Daniel Squadron handed out candy (aka Squadron Bars) to costumed kids at yesterday’s Pierrepont Playground Halloween Parade. Brooklyn Beep Marty Markowitz was on hand as well. He amped up the crowd by mentioning Travel + Leisure Magazine had named the Heights one of America’s Most Beautiful Neighborhoods. He also […]
A few more Halloween videos and photos have popped up online. See them after the jump.
The great jack o’ lantern collection on Grace Court Alley. (More photos and text after the jump.)
As my colleague Heather Quinlan previously announced, librarians (yes, those are librarians in the photo above) gathered at the north end of Cadman Plaza Park this morning to walk across the Brooklyn Bridge to City Hall to protest cuts to the City’s budget for its library systems. (More photos and text after the jump.)
Zombie librarians love two things: brainy people and the Dewey Decimal System. So come join them as they try to save NYC libraries with a Halloween walk across the Brooklyn Bridge. (Bonus points for already wearing a zombie costume on Halloween, thus killing two undead birds with one stone.) Info after the jump.
Brooklyn Heights is getting into the Halloween spirit! Check out the neighborhood’s spooky decor. Many more photos after the jump.
Ricky’s invades the old Heights Books space on Montague Street for Halloween and this giant pumpkin marks the spot.
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