Oy to the vey folks – There was a time when we enjoyed trading “barbs” with the Brooklyn Paper. It was all in fun as we truly heart both its former editorial czar Gersh Kuntzman and ex-publisher Ed Weintrob. Good folks, real Brooklynites. Say what you will about the paper while they ran it, but […]
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Don’t shoot the messenger on this one. Ok, maybe but we’re just the messenger relaying a message from another messenger who reblogged a message from the original messenger. Yes, this allegedly happened in Brooklyn Heights as told to the NY Post through the lens of Gothamist: Gothamist: “The first station at Montague and Clinton isn’t […]
The New York Post reports today on “Drivers who hit people on sidewalks not being prosecuted” including the motorist who struck and killed a Brooklyn Heights resident last month. Reckless NYC drivers have killed three people and seriously injured two in just the last 30 days the paper says.
BHB pal/NY Post scribe Kate Briquelet takes Chuck Taylor’s BHB post about the hot dog vendor who dared to set up shop on Montague Terrace to a wider audience today in the tabloid’s online and print editions. (Editor’s note: The Brooklyn Eagle reports that the vendor – or any vendors – are not permitted by […]
BHB reader “Anna” writes: Looks like the Shake Shack on Fulton Mall opening is imminent. Just walked by a little while ago — the “art project wall” is down and the menu is up. Peaked through a tear in the brown paper covering the glass windows and it looks all shiny and 95% read to […]
The NY Post “breaks” the news today that many restaurants are ditching credit cards and accepting only cash. This has outraged a Brooklyn Heights woman: NY Post: One aggravated customer is Christine Hanna, 26, of Brooklyn Heights. She went to Grimaldi’s pizzeria in Brooklyn with pals on Saturday and discovered the legendary pizzeria — briefly […]
The NY Post ran a story today about NYC’s “best sellers”. Our own Mister Video III made the article: NY Post: At Mister Video III in Brooklyn Heights, the choice is “Rear Window.” The 1954 Hitchcock classic is more popular than “The Godfather” or “Manhattan.” “It’s the all-time best seller,” manager Sal Blandino said. “It gets […]
The NY Post picks up on BQE EIS controversy today. While the BHA’s Judy Stanton says the group believes that plan will not go forward, one long time neighborhood resident is concerned: NY Post: Steve Kann, who has lived on Willow Street for more than five decades, said it would be a big mistake for […]
The Brooklyn Eagle covers yesterday’s press conference at the Downtown Manhattan Heliport: Brooklyn Eagle: Freshman Councilman Levin knew from the first day he took office that helicopter noise would be an issue. He and Squadron were in Brooklyn Bridge Park this past holiday weekend, and both said that a helicopter flew over the park “once every […]
In a sidebar piece about the Brooklyn restaurant renaissance yesterday, the NY Post listed Noodle Pudding as one of 5 eateries “you should check out“. The others – Vinegar Hill House in DUMBO, Marlow & Sons in Williamsburg, Tanoreen in Bay Ridge and The General Greene in Fort Greene. NY Post: “It is amazing the […]
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