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New Arts Center for Kids, Le Meraviglie, Opens on Montague St.

A new arts center for kids, Le Meraviglie (The Wonders in English), will open next week at 108 Montague St. on the second floor. The center will offer a summer program starting on June 28 through July for 5 to 11 year olds. In the fall, a morning program for 2 to 4 year olds […]

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Champions Martial Arts Grand Opening on Montague St.

A martial arts studio is now open at 151 Montague St. (previously occupied by Plaza Nails). Led by Master Jay Park, with years of Tae Kwon Do training under his Black belt, Champions Martial Arts offers classes for tots as young as 3 to teens and older. For more information or a free trial class, email cgmasterjaypark@gmail.com.

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Goodbye (For Now) Notes From Montague Street Local Businesses

Even on a sunny and temperate day like today, Montague St. was a near ghost town, making social distancing uneasily too easy. Many, but not all, of our local businesses are closed. Here are the goodbye (for now) notes they left for us. We can’t wait to have them all back in action… To create that […]

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Housing Works Thrift Shops Coming Back to Montague St.!

Who says there’s no good news anymore? The tip came from a friend and neighbor via text tonight. Housing Works is coming back to Montague St.! You may recall, to the dismay of the entire neighborhood, Housing Works closed shop at the location on Montague off Henry St. in March 2017, and was replaced by Halstead Real Estate. […]

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Car Crashes Into Lamp Post on Montague St. – Pedestrians Spared, The Lamp Post Not So Much

Our tireless resident journalist Mary Frost of the Brooklyn Eagle reports that a 2005 GMC Envoy jumped the curb on Montague St. and crashed into a “bishop’s crook” lamp post outside TD Bank today at about 1:15 p.m. The lamp post likely spared the lives and limbs of jurors, court staff, students, and others who descend on Montague St. […]

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Grand Re-Opening of Häagen-Dazs on Montague St. This Saturday: Ribbon Cutting by Boro Prez Eric L. Adams, Free Ice Cream and Prizes

Fun neighborhood fact: The Häagen-Dazs shop at 120 Montague St., opened 40 years ago by the founder’s daughter Doris Mattus, was the first storefront location for the company. After undergoing renovations this past spring, the shop will have a grand re-opening this Saturday, July 16. The celebration will begin with a ribbon cutting by Borough President […]

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An Imminent Opening for the Bossert?

Can it be true? Can the long-awaited grand–and I do mean grand–re-opening of the Bossert finally be upon us? The Brooklyn Paper says, yes, indeed. Or, maybe. Fen Hotels, which runs dozens of hotels across Latin America and a handful in the United States, will be the operator of the landmarked Montague Street hotel and […]

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Opening Night at Gandhi Palace

There would appear to be a demand for Indian Food that Curry Heights is not filling; when I had dinner on the opening night of GANDHI PALACE, the new Indian Restaurant in the former AMIN space, there were never less than five other tables occupied. The subdued lighting of it’s predecessor is gone, and the […]

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Montague BID’s Summer Space: “Come for the Dog Show, Stay for the Opera”

The Summer Space pedestrian plaza series concludes this Sunday September 19th, with a final day of fun and games on Montague Street. From 11am to 6pm, the two blocks between Clinton and Hicks will once again be closed off to cars. So what’s in store? The Brooklyn Heights Association will host it’s first-ever dog show […]

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