Seven months into the pandemic, most of our local small businesses are hanging on. With pure grit and ingenuity, restaurants turned parking spots into dining spaces, and retail stores went online until their doors could open again. Tragically, not all of the businesses survived the long shutdown, not to mention the loss of tourists and […]
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Vineapple’s Grand Reopening Today!
Vineapple is back, under new management. After being closed for nearly a year, new owners Aubrie Therrien and Zac Rubin are building out a whole new Vineapple. They will be offering food and wine, in addition to breakfast items and coffee in the morning. Aubrie and Zac have lived on Pineapple St. for four years […]
Vineapple to Return in Spring
According to the sign, “Vineapple will be returning this spring” at its location on Pineapple Street between Henry and Hicks. It will feature “a fresh new concept” and serve “breakfast, brunch, lunch, and dinner.” (Kudos for the Oxford comma.) It will have “a currated [sic] menu of wine, beer, and cocktails.” Those seeking “employment opportunities” […]
Brooklyn Book Festival Next Sunday, September 21
The ninth annual Brooklyn Book Festival will be on Sunday, September 21 from 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m at Borough Hall and Columbus Park (immediately north of Borough Hall). There will be readings by and discussions with writers, readings and activities for children, and books for sale. There’s more information here. During the coming week […]
BHB Reader Profile: Lauren Jonik
Lauren Jonik, a BHB reader and sometime commenter, has an exhibit of her photographs on display at Vineapple, 71 Pineapple Street (between Henry and Hicks). The exhibit will be in place until the end of December. Jonik, a native of Pottstown, Pennsylvania, loves her adopted home, Brooklyn Heights, and delights in photographing its many architectural […]
Last Minute Weekend Suggestions
The Brooklyn Film & Arts Festival will present Brooklyn Dynamics: Converging Lives on Film, a screening of three documentaries, at the Brooklyn Historical Society, 128 Pierrepont Street (corner of Clinton), starting at 7:00 p.m. Friday (December 7). The films are: I Remember Barbra, reminiscences of Brooklyn born Barbra Streisand (photo) by those who have known […]
Fun for Kids! Mil’s Trills Returns to Vineapple Wednesday (6/6)
This just into the BHB Newsroom: The super-fantastic music show for kids 0-4, Mil’s Trills, returns to Vineapple [71 Pineapple Street] Wednesday (6/6) at 10am. No need for advance tickets, just show up at Vineapple. Bring a blanket for your child to sit on and some shakers so they can play along. There’s a $15 […]
Wednesday, April 4: Mil’s Trills Invites Parents & Their Toddlers
On Wednesday, April 4, Mil’s Trills—an interactive series of live performances for grown-ups with babies & toddlers ages 0-4—will host Ray Belli on the Tabla (a traditional Indian drum) at Vineapple, 71 Pineapple Street (between Henry and Hicks streets). Time is 10 a.m., with $15 admission for adults. Your hosts invite attendees to participate by […]
Mil’s Trill’s Returns: More Musical Fun for Tots at Vineapple Thursday 12/8
Mil’s Trills, a fun music show for kids 0-4 years of age, returns to Vineapple [71 Pineapple Street] this Thursday (12/8) at 3:30pm. There’s a $15 suggested donation. This week’s feature guest is musician Tyler Sussman, who will be playing the flute and didgeridoo. Remember to bring shakers and blankets!
Mil’s Trills Returns: More Fun for Tots This Thursday at Vineapple
Mil’s Trills, local musician Amelia Robinson’s interactive music showcase for kids 0- 4 years of age, returns to Vineapple (71 Pineapple Street) this Thursday (11/10) at 3:30 pm. No need for advance tickets, just show up at Vineapple on Thursday. Bring a blanket for your child to sit on and some shakers so they can […]
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