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BHB At Montague Street Summer Space – So What Do People Think Of CrumbNuts And Vito Lopez?

The BHB/Brooklyn Bugle gang pulled out their dusty tent and held court at the Montague Street Summer Space on Sunday. We met many regular readers for the first time as well as catching up with some of our all time favorites.

But what did we do all day? Well for starters, BHB’s Heather Quinlan handed out DVDs of her FANTASTIC documentary ‘If These Knishes Could Talk’ to anyone we thought had a good Brooklyn accent.

Things got really nutty when Homer decided to have passersby taste the new “CrumbNut” from Crumbs Bake Shop. Find out what they thought of the new treats as well as how many actually know who Vito Lopez is in the videos after the jump.

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Waiting for Ballet at Montague Summer Space

While the Family Fink went to see the ballet as advertised to start at 3:30pm at Sunday’s Montague Street Summer Space and waited over 40 minutes snapping the first picture.

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Montague BID’s Summer Space This Sunday (9/18)

The fun known as Montague Street Summer Space happens this Sunday from 10am – 5pm. The BHA will present its annual dog show at 1pm in front of Pet Emporium [105 Montague Street]. To register your pooch send an e-mail to bhadogshow AT gmail.com and be sure to include your name, your dog’s name and […]

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So far, Summer Space Event is Car-Free but Quiet

Today and next Sunday, Montague Street between Clinton and Hicks, is closed off to vehicles for the annual Summer Space pedestrian plaza event. Local arts groups and non-profits offer the community free activities and events, and Montague businesses hold sidewalk sales and promotions. The weather seems to have put a damper on things so far,

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Montague SummerSpace Launches

There were noshes from Montague Street restaurants and opera to launch this year’s first SummerSpace Sunday.  The no cars allowed,  chairs and tables in the street fun continues for the next two Sundays.  Details at the Montague BID website.

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