It was a beautiful day for a concert on Sunday (5/18) and The Music House at Henry and State streets presented its annual Fourth Window Concert. Students performed a variety of classics of the Rock ‘n’ Roll variety from their first floor classroom to an adoring crowd seated outside. Every student was great – especially […]
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We’re approaching the 200th anniversary of the beginning of steam powered ferry service between Brooklyn and Manhattan. Karl Junkersfeld has made a video (see it after the jump) marking the occasion, and giving the history of ferry service, and of the Brooklyn neighborhood (now the Fulton Ferry Historic District and, to its north, DUMBO) that […]
Friends, Neighbors And Family To Celebrate The Life Of Beloved Brooklyn Heights Resident Brian McGorry Saturday at 11:00 a.m.
A celebration of the life of Brian McGorry, Cranberry Street resident, community activist, and beloved neighbor to many, will be held at the Superfine Restaurant, 126 Front Street in DUMBO, this coming Saturday, March 8, starting at 11:00 a.m. Mr. McGorry’s death last Thursday was announced with great sadness by Brooklyn Heights Association President Alexandra […]
We first published this video, “Brooklyn Is My Neighborhood/ The Story of New York’s First Historic District” produced by Martin L Schneider and Karl Junkersfeld in 2010. It served as a prelude to Schneider’s book “Battling for Brooklyn Heights“. A version of that work was originally published in serial form in the Brooklyn Heights Press […]
Mr. J. was on hand with cam Friday for the grand opening of Kiehl’s Montague Street store. Video after the jump.
Mr. J. and his cam were on hand for this evening’s Promenade Christmas Tree lighting, then wandered around a bit to get some shots of decorations in the neighborhood and in nearby MetroTech. Video after the jump.
Mr. J. peruses the Times and discovers our own Heather Quinlan’s prominent mention in the TV section for her interview on CUNY TV about her acclaimed documentary film If These Knishes Could Talk. The interview will be shown on Saturday at 7:30 p.m. and Sunday at 11:00 a.m. Video after the jump.
(Video after the jump.) As anyone who’s read this blog for a while knows, our Mr. J. is a huge fan of Brooklyn Bridge Park, as is your correspondent. (Actually, one of the things that lured your correspondent to the Heights in the first place was the prospect of walking along the Promenade and watching […]
When we think “spa day” we think Karl Junkersfeld. Okay we don’t, so it’s extra special that our man with a cam was courageous enough to visit the new Sephora in Downtown Brooklyn and file this video report.
Karl Junkersfeld files this video report on the one year anniversary of Superstorm Sandy. What a difference a year makes.
Video after the jump.
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