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“Window Concert” Tomorrow

Tomorrow (Sunday, May 20th) beginning at 4:00 PM, if you go to the corner of State and Henry streets, you may enjoy the ninth annual “4th Window Concert.” This year’s concert features a copious selection of music, including pieces by the Beatles, Led Zeppelin, Boston, Guns & Roses, Kansas (I know you’re all eager, as […]

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‘Cotton Patch Gospel’ Comes To St. Ann & Holy Trinity April 21

Off-Broadway musical “The Cotton Patch Gospel”—with music by Harry Chapin—will be staged at St. Ann & the Holy Trinity Church Sunday, April 21, at 3 p.m. The one-man show, performed by Phillip Kaufmann, will raise money for programs to help fight hunger. Admission is $10 plus goodwill offerings at the door, with 100% of proceeds […]

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St. Ann’s & The Holy Trinity Hosts ‘Spirits Of Heights’ Restoration Gala

A celebration of “neighborhood greats” will take place Friday, October 19, 2012, from 6-9:30 p.m., at St. Ann & the Holy Trinity Church, 157 Montague Street. Featured at the “Spirits of Brooklyn Heights” gala are composer/lyricist Robert Lopez (“The Book of Mormon,” “Avenue Q”) and Harry Chapin’s daughter, urban/folk/soul singer Jen Chapin, who will perform […]

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December 7, 1942 Brooklyn Heights Boy Harry Chapin is Born

Today is the birth anniversary of Harry Chapin, who was born in Manhattan, but raised from age ten in Brooklyn Heights (Hicks Street) and began his music education in the Grace Church youth choir along with Chicago’s Robert Lamm. The Brooklyn Eagle remembers him in today’s edition. Chapin’s legacy is not only his music,

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