The Commercial Observer reports that the City Panning Commission has, by a 10-0 vote, approved the deal by which the Brooklyn Public Library would sell the existing Brooklyn Heights Branch to the developer Hudson Companies, which will demolish the existing building (along, alas, with the perhaps less than artistically notable friezes on the facade that […]
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Our Lady of Lebanon Cathedral, Henry and Remsen streets, will hold another of its Lebanese food festivals this weekend. The festival will take place Friday, Saturday, and Sunday, June 3-5, from 12:00 noon to 10:00 p.m. each day.
The 84th Precinct Community Council met yesterday evening at Brooklyn Law School. The meeting was chaired by Council President Leslie Lewis (seated at right in photo). The Precinct Commander, Deputy Inspector Mark DiPaolo (at podium in photo), gave a rundown on recent crime statistics in the precinct. Crime overall, he said, is down ten per […]
Our Lady of Lebanon Cathedral, Henry and Remsen Streets, will present a Lebanese Food Festival next Friday, Saturday, and Sunday, June 4-6. From the Festival organizers: The 2010 Annual Lebanese Food Festival is a celebration of Lebanese and Mediterranean food and culture. Come experience and enjoy authentic savory Lebanese dishes, wines and beers from Lebanon, […]
Middle Eastern delicacies will be on the menu this weekend when Our Lady of Lebanon Cathedral, Henry and Remsen Streets, presents its annual Lebanese Food Festival, beginning Friday evening, May 29 and going through Sunday, May 31. Your correspondent and his wife attended this event last year and were delighted by the superb dishes and […]
The Brooklyn Paper reports that Father James Root of Our Lady of Lebanon Catholic Cathedral is leading the charge to raise $3 million to renovate the “Notre Dame of Brooklyn Heights”. Once funded, it will take 3 – 4 years to complete the job:
All fanciers of tabboule, fattouche, moutabal, sambousseks, and baklawa, or those just seeking new and different taste treats, should find their way to the Cathedral of Our Lady of Lebanon, corner of Henry and Remsen, this weekend. Update: Thanks to helpful reader Amy, who found this site, which gives further details, including that the Festival […]
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