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Karl on 177 Montague and Neighboring Brooklyn Heights Architecture

Mr. J. has put together an impressive video presentation (after the jump) focusing on the Brooklyn Trust Building, now occupied by Chase Bank, the upper floors of which are being converted for residential use. He then gives us a tour of some neighboring architectural gems, including the Brooklyn Historical Society, St. Ann and the Holy […]

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Mr. J. Visits St. Ann & the Holy Trinity

Our man with cam has put together a montage of historic photos of the Church of St. Ann and the Holy Trinity (simply Church of the Holy Trinity until its merger with St. Ann’s Church in the 1970s), designed by the great 19th century church architect Minard Lafever, at Montague and Clinton streets, followed by […]

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Spend Halloween with the Brooklyn Symphony Orchestra

The Brooklyn Symphony Orchestra (BSO), a 65-person music ensemble, will be performing their first show of the season on Sunday October 31st at 3pm. The Halloween performance is the first of five, stretching all the way to June. All shows take place at St. Ann’s Church on the corner of Montague and Clinton Streets. The […]

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