The MTA has announced that in order to make Sandy-related repairs on the 2/3 line, service to the neighborhood will be suspended on weekends beginning this spring, through 2018. The MTA expects the work to take 56 weekends. “The Clark St project is the next phase in what is the most extensive reconstruction and fortification effort […]
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Karl Junkersfeld files this video report on the one year anniversary of Superstorm Sandy. What a difference a year makes.
Video after the jump.
Take the R train to work? Get ready to shout to the heaven and say “NOOOOOO”. (Or if you’re a Star Trek TOS movie fan “KHAAAAANNNNN!”). Reports say the the Montague Street tunnel, damaged in Superstorm Sandy, will be closed for repairs for about a year: NYT: The repairs, expected to begin in August, would […]
Patricia Ageheim from Chez Moi [135 Atlantic Avenue] tells BHB that all profits from Monday’s (11/5) service will be donated to The Red Hook Initiative. They’ll be open from 11 a.m.-11 p.m. Read more about Sandy Relief efforts and how you can help here.
As previously reported, the Iris Cafe is using its empty storefront at 71 Atlantic Avenue to collect much needed items for hurricane relief in Red Hook. Mrs. Fink stopped by today along with Homer and Baby Fink to drop off some items. As mentioned in a few comments here today, the effort is in dire […]
So, how are you dealing with this? Going to work, working from home or hardly working? Comment away!
This just in from Brooklyn Bridge Park’s Facebook page about Jane’s Carousel, which was photographed last night surrounded by water (photo: Jen Carlson/Gothamist): This just in from Jane Walentas: The horses are fine! The wooden Carousel & horses as well as the building, are all fine. Unfortunately, the basement that houses all the electronics was […]
Our man in the New York State Senate, Daniel Squadron, has issued this dispatch to his constituency, which includes Brooklyn Heights. His correspondence includes a great deal of useful information…
Jane’s Carousel is surrounded by water and many other Tweets and observations of Sandy’s wrath upon Brooklyn are part of the Brooklyn Bugle’s Tale of the Tweets. Updated all day, check it out here. Also check out Homer’s Tour Video diary of the storm which will be updated regularly today, too. (Photo via @dumbonyc)
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