There’s a lot going on this weekend. There’s the Brooklyn Heights Association’s Third Annual Dog Show Sunday, starting at 1:00 p.m., on Montague Street between Henry and Hicks. Then there’s the Brooklyn Book Festival, which is already underway, but continues through Sunday. It’s also a foodies’ delight, as The Brooklyn Local, an artisinal market to […]
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The Brooklyn Heights Cinema, 70 Henry Street (corner of Orange) will be showing Arbitrage, starring Richard Gere as a hedge fund magnate who gets into serious trouble, as well as Killer Joe and Ruby Sparks. Showtimes are here. Opening on Sunday is “Moonlights in the Windshield”, an exhibit of photographs by Inigo de Amescua. Looking […]
There’s a lot going on this first weekend after Labor Day. Don’t forget Smorgasburg is coming to the Tobacco Warehouse this Sunday from 11:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m., and will return for succeeding Sundays through November 18. Summer isn’t officially over yet–the autumnal equinox comes on September 22–so it’s still time this Sunday for the […]
Smorgasburg, the popular food fest that has attracted crowds to the Williamsburg waterfront on Saturdays will start having Sunday sessions at the Tobacco Warehouse in Brooklyn Bridge Park, at Water and Dock streets in the Fulton Ferry Historic District, starting this Sunday, September 9.
There’s lots going on this Saturday, June 9. Are you an uptight Brooklyn Heights woman? Take a walk down Squibb Hill to the lawn in front of the Tobacco Warehouse (New Dock Street at Water Street), where, from 3:00 to 5:00 p.m., you can… …[j]oin our dance circle under the Brooklyn Bridge. Learn women’s traditional […]
Last year, neighborhood and preservation organizations, including the Brooklyn Heights Association, prevailed in lawsuits in both federal and state courts in which they contested the actions of the National Park Service and the city and state governments to transfer the Tobacco Warehouse site from Brooklyn Bridge Park for use as a new home for St. […]
While the attempted turnover of the Tobacco Warehouse for use as a new home for St. Ann’s Warehouse Theater was effectively stopped by a federal court’s decision in July (and St. Ann’s has found a new, if temporary, home in DUMBO), a New York State court ruled in a parallel action brought by the same […]
The Times’ “ArtsBeat” blog reports that St. Ann’s Warehouse Theater, which is slated to leave its present location to make way for the Dock Street Project, and which lost its bid to build new space in the Tobacco Warehouse, has signed a lease that will allow it to relocate to 29 Jay Street, also in […]
Mr. J. returns with video from some weekend events and locales: the Danish Christmas Fair; the Brooklyn Women’s Exchange, where he watched potter Drew Montgomery at work; the perhaps suddenly chic Cranberry’s; the now-padlocked Tobacco Warehouse; Brooklyn Bridge Park and Jane’s Carousel. He finishes with an extended, annotated clip from Sweet November, a 1968 movie […]
On a quiet Tuesday evening Karl, with cam, takes a walk along Hicks Street and down to DUMBO, along the way admiring the Halloween window decorations at Perfect Paws, UVA’s artistic construction at the Tobacco Warehouse, and the crowd lined up for
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