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Following the success of a pop-up café in Fort Greene last fall, Brooklyn Bridge Animal Welfare Coalition will open a permanent cat café on Atlantic Avenue this week, with a  Read more

There are two unique opportunities to engage directly with the DOE this week on issues specific to District 13. TUESDAY, MAY 3rd: The District 13 CEC hosts a Town Hall  Read more

According to the signs in the windows, the former site of Red Gravy, at 151 Atlantic Avenue (between Clinton and Henry streets) is soon to become “Beasts & Bottles”. The  Read more

According to the signs in the windows, the former site of Red Gravy, at 151 Atlantic Avenue (between Clinton and Henry streets) is soon to become “Beasts & Bottles”. The  Read more

We have word from Community Board 2 that Cadman Plaza West between Clark Street and Pineapple Walk will be milled this coming Friday, May 6. Due to daytime traffic volume,  Read more

Theater 2020, Brooklyn Heights’ own professional stage company, will present as part of its “Hearthside Readings” program a free reading–not a staged production, but read by professional actors–of the Moss  Read more

The New York chapter of Moms Demand Action for Gun Sense invites their neighbors to join them Mother’s Day weekend for the 4th Annual Brooklyn Bridge March. Saturday, May  Read more

The New York chapter of Moms Demand Action for Gun Sense invites their neighbors to join them Mother’s Day weekend for the 4th Annual Brooklyn Bridge March. Saturday, May  Read more

Thanks to this correspondent’s penchant for late night surfing, The Blog has just learned of this Sunday’s TD 5 Boro Bike Tour. Now in its 39th year, the ride  Read more

Thanks to this correspondent’s penchant for late night surfing, The Blog has just learned of this Sunday’s TD 5 Boro Bike Tour. Now in its 39th year, the ride  Read more

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  Read more

Because of “Fix and Fortify” post-Sandy repair work, once again, from 11:45 p.m. tonight (Friday, April 29) to 5:00 a.m. Monday, May 2, there will be no service in either  Read more

Because of “Fix and Fortify” post-Sandy repair work, once again, from 11:45 p.m. tonight (Friday, April 29 to 5:00 a.m. Monday, May 2, there will be no service in either  Read more

This coming Wednesday evening, May 4 at 6:30, Andrew Solomon, winner of the 2001 National Book Award for Nonfiction for The Noonday Demon, will be at the Brooklyn Historical Society,  Read more

If you went onto the Promenade today, you likely noticed the lightship Nantucket, which formerly warned mariners away from the shoals south of Nantucket Island, docked at the northwest corner  Read more

If you went onto the Promenade today, you likely noticed the Lightship Nantucket, which formerly warned mariners away from the shoals south of Nantucket Island, docked at the northwest corner  Read more

This Friday evening, April 29, at 8:00 Bargemusic will present violinist Joanna Kurkowicz (photo) and pianist Doris Stevenson will perform works by Mozart, Ravel, Bach, and Previn. On Saturday evening,  Read more

This Friday evening, April 29, at 8:00 Bargemusic will present violinist Joanna Kurkowicz (photo) and pianist Doris Stevenson will perform works by Mozart, Ravel, Bach, and Previn. On Saturday evening,  Read more

According to a Parks Department officer standing at the blocked-off entrance to Pier 2 on Wednesday afternoon, the pier was closed early after threats of “organized fights” among groups  Read more

According to a Parks Department officer standing at the blocked-off entrance to Pier 2 on Wednesday afternoon, the pier was closed early after threats of “organized fights” among groups  Read more

The windows are papered over, and a sign on the door confirms that Banana Republic is leaving the neighborhood. We’ve got the Banana Republic factory store (bargains galore!) on Fulton  Read more

The windows are papered over, and a sign on the door confirms that Banana Republic is leaving the neighborhood. We’ve got the Banana Republic factory store (bargains galore!) on Fulton  Read more

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A few days ago I heard reports that the interior layout of the Garden Of Eden store, on Montague between Clinton and Court, had been changed, with the fresh meat,  Read more

A few days ago I heard reports that the interior layout of the Garden Of Eden store, on Montague between Clinton and Court, had been changed, with the fresh meat,  Read more

Word comes to us via the Commercial Observer that a new restaurant will be opening at One Brooklyn Bridge Park, a.k.a. 360 Furman Street. The 5,000 square foot eatery will  Read more

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  Read more

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  Read more

A and C trains will be running normally to and from High Street and Jay Street-MetroTech this weekend, but once again, from 11:45 p.m. Friday, April 22 to 5:00 a.m.  Read more

Tomorrow evening (Friday, April 22) at 8:00 Bargemusic presents flautist Julia Bogorad-Kogan and pianist Lydia Artymiw performing a mix of classical and modern pieces, including works by Schubert, Martinu, David  Read more

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