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Cleaning Up in Brooklyn Heights

Brooklyn Heights has never felt so fresh. Just in time for the holidays, the bustling Brooklyn Heights intersection of Clark and Henry is about to smell a whole lot better, thanks to local soap makers Ross Caudill and his fiancé Joanna Maltese. Named after the famed intersection, Clark & Henry recently opened as an online […]

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Theater 2020 Gala Looks Forward to Future Events

Last Saturday there was a gala benefit party for Theater 2020, Brooklyn Heights’ own professional stage company, at the Henry Street townhouse of Joe and Susan Broadwin. The theme of the party was “Gangsters and Molls”, and many guests showed up in appropriate attire (one wore his bathrobe, emulating the late Vincent “The Chin” Gigante). […]

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5 Things Bevacco And New Executive Chef Gabriele Corcos Can Learn From Gordon Ramsay’s Kitchen Nightmares

Long time BHB readers may recall that we predicted here in 2007 that the North Heights was poised to become a culinary hot spot. So, with the the debut of Gabriele Corcos at Bevacco Friday night and with the opening of Sociale two blocks down Henry Street planned for Monday (7/29) it’s hard not to […]

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In Case You Didn’t Get the Memo…

As the Scots say, “Noo ye ken!”

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Walk Photos: Brooklyn Heights and Brooklyn Bridge Park

These photos were taken during several walks on Friday, Saturday and Sunday, June 14 to 16. Hydrangeas were in bloom on Remsen Street just east of Hicks. Basic work appears complete on the first of the sound attenuating berms meant to shield Brooklyn Bridge Park from the noise of the BQE. A view from the […]

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More Photos From My Walks; Brooklyn Heights and Nearby

A floral display on a stoop on Henry Street between Joralemon and Remsen. Photos in this post are from several walks over the past two weekends. A colorful row of townhouses on Joralemon between Hicks and Furman. Sand volleyball season has started on Pier 6. South Street Seaport Museum’s schooner Pioneer, seen from Pier 6. […]

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Sparring Match: ‘Boardwalk Empire’ Crew Trashing The Heights—Or Not?

There’s a dynamic little sparring match taking place over in the Brownstoner forum. Heights’ Henry Street resident Dean Collins posted a comment & pic grumbling about Wednesday’s pervasive “Boardwalk Empire” shoot, insisting “Hey, ‘Empire’ producers, you left your sh*t in front of my apartment.” His comment reads: “Classless move. Came home to see that the […]

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The Easter Bunny Appearing At CVS This Sunday, Noon-4p!

Hey, kids! The Easter Bunny will be making a stop by the CVS at 156 Henry Street in Brooklyn Heights tomorrow, Sunday, March 24, from noon to 4 p.m. Children get a free 4×6 pic with the big bunny. Meanwhile, the building at 156 Henry Street at the intersection of Love Lane in Brooklyn Heights […]

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20 Henry Street: 38 Sold, 3 Remain In New Condo Development

Two among this week’s top five residential sales in Brooklyn are awarded to the new condo development at 20 Henry Street, which hit the market last February after years of delays & drama. Asking prices at the former Peaks Mason Mints building (known as the Candy Factory) ranged between $450,000 and $2.56 million, comprising studios […]

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First Presbyterian Church of Brooklyn Hosts Fifth Annual Pancake Breakfast With Santa

The First Presbyterian Church of Brooklyn is hosting its fifth annual Breakfast with (the real) Santa Claus on Saturday, December 15. “Children of all ages” are invited to attend the festive pancake breakfast; tix are $10 per person or $40 per family, with seatings at 9:30 a.m. and 10:30 a.m. Seats are limited! Call 718-624-3770 […]

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