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Some Highlights of the Brooklyn Folk Festival: Part II, Saturday, April 29

The eighth annual Brooklyn Folk Festival continued on Saturday afternoon and evening, April 29, at St. Ann and the Holy Trinity Church. I first knew of Peter Stampfel as part of the Holy Modal Rounders (you can hear them here). On Saturday afternoon, April 29, Peter (second from right in the photo) took the stage […]

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Some Highlights of Last Weekend’s Brooklyn Folk Festival: Part I, Friday

The eighth annual Brooklyn Folk Festival began Friday evening, April 28 at St. Ann & the Holy Trinity Church with the poet Anne Waldman (photo) reading her poems, accompanied by her nephew, Devin Brajha Waldman on saxophone. She closed her set by singing a poem by William Blake that had been set to music by […]

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Brooklyn Folk Festival at St. Ann’s Church April 28-30

The ninth annual Brooklyn Folk Festival will be at St. Ann and the Holy Trinity Church (Clinton and Montague streets) from Friday evening, April 28 through Sunday evening, April 30. Your correspondent has attended the last two festivals–see here and here and enjoyed them enormously. This year’s promises to be even better, given the superb […]

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Town Hall Meeting On Brooklyn Bridge Park Issues Wednesday Evening

This Wednesday evening, May 4, from 7:00 to 9:00 p.m. at St. Ann & the Holy Trinity Church, Clinton and Montague streets (enter from Clinton) there will be a Town Hall Meeting to discuss “three contentious development issues within Brooklyn Bridge Park”: 1) the obstruction of the views of the Brooklyn Bridge by Pierhouse, 2) […]

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Some Highlights Of The Brooklyn Folk Festival

Your correspondent attended many of the performances that made up the Eighth Annual Brooklyn Folk Festival, held at St. Ann and the Holy Trinity Church Friday evening, April 8 through Sunday evening, April 10, presented by Down Home Radio Show and Jalopy Music Theatre. (There are videos and more photos after the jump.) This was […]

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Grace Chorale Of Brooklyn To Present Ellington’s Sacred Music At St. Ann April 29 and May 1

Grace Chorale of Brooklyn will present two performances of selections from Duke Ellington’s “Sacred Concerts” at St. Ann & the Holy Trinity Church, corner of Clinton and Montague streets; one on Friday, April 29 at 7:00 p.m. and one on Sunday, May 1 at 3:00 p.m. The Chorale will be accompanied by many acclaimed singers, […]

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Brooklyn Folk Festival at St. Ann & the Holy Trinity Friday, April 8 Through Sunday, April 10

The Eighth Annual Brooklyn Folk Festival, sponsored by Jalopy Theatre and Down Home Radio Show, will take place at St. Ann and the Holy Trinity Church, Clinton and Montague streets (except for the world famous banjo toss contest–see photo–which is held on the banks of the beautiful Gowanus Canal) starting Friday evening, April 8 and […]

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“Rat Academy” at St. Ann & the Holy Trinity Church Thursday Evening

No, it’s not where rodents go to learn the “three Rs.” All local residents, businesses, and organizations are invited to a free presentation, sponsored by Community Board 2 and the NYC Department of Health, at St. Ann & the Holy Trinity Church, Clinton and Montague streets, from 6:00 to 8:30 p.m. this Thursday, March 17. […]

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Last Minute Weekend Suggestions: Brooklyn Heights and Nearby

Want to have your pet blessed? This Sunday, October 4 is St. Francis of Assisi Sunday, and both Grace Church (photo) and St. Ann & the Holy Trinity Church will have Blessing of the Animals services. St. Ann’s begins at 1:30 p.m., and Grace’s at 5:00 p.m. Pets must be leashed or caged. The service […]

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Local Houses of Worship in “Sacred Sites” Tours This Weekend

This coming weekend will be the annual Sacred Sites Open House event presented by the New York Landmarks Conservancy and the participating religious institutions. It will give you the opportunity to visit and receive architectural and historical information about several local houses of worship. The local participating institutions, with their addresses and open house hours, […]

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