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Brooklyn Women’s Exchange Expands Greeting Card Offerings

Seeking to cater to a market for high quality hand crafted greeting cards previously served by

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Mama Mia! Dellarocco’s Of Brooklyn Preps For Restaurant Opening

You can almost taste it. Dellarocco’s of Brooklyn, the new local brick-oven eatery at 214 Hicks Street, appears days away from opening its doors to the delectable fragrance of fresh pies and a thirst-quenching wine & beer cafe. Over the weekend, signage was etched onto the windows in elegant gold lettering. The restaurant is owned […]

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The BHB Ten 2011 – The Most Interesting People in Brooklyn Heights

Each year, Brooklyn Heights Blog identifies ten people we feel have made a positive impact on the neighborhood. This year’s list is an eclectic mix of the fascinating personalities who make Brooklyn Heights a very special place. And now the BHB Ten 2011.

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After 30 Years, Final Curtain Call For Overtures In January

After 30 years at 216 Hicks Street, chic stationery and gift boutique Overtures will be closing in mid-January. According to manager and the designer of its lustrous window displays Jerry Morin, owner Michael Davidson decided to shutter the beloved boutique with an eye on retirement amid a testy economy. Beginning on Boxing Day, December 26, […]

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Brooklyn Artists John & Jane Displaying Oil Paintings At Overtures

Local artists and married couple John Lloyd and Jane Talcott are exhibiting their oil paintings—which capture the architecture, streets, waterfront and gardens of Brooklyn Heights—at Overtures Gift Shop at 216 Hicks Street, through the end of the year.

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Brooklyn Heights Rings in the Holidays

Small businesses in Brooklyn Heights are ringing in the holiday season with creative gift specials that are sure to please your loved ones. While large chain stores may offer discounts on mass-marketed items, some of the top seasonal specialties are available just around the corner, many of which are hand-crafted by locals.

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