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If it’s late October, that must mean it’s World Series Oktoberfest Readathon almost Halloween! The annual Pierrepont Park Halloween Parade will be happening next Saturday, October 27th, at around 10:30  Read more

This weekend, from 9:45 PM Friday, October 19 ad 5:00 AM Monday, October 22 there will be no service in either direction at the 4/5 platforms at Borough Hall, as  Read more

It will be an almost all Beethoven weekend at Bargemusic. On Friday evening, October 19 at 7:00, and again on Saturday evening, October 20 at 6:00, violininst and Bargemusic Artistic  Read more

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Brooklyn Heights Association President Martha Bakos Dietz (in photo, helping at Save the Promenade’s stand during the Montague Street Sunday Social today) issued this statement in response to Mayor Bill  Read more

This coming Tuessday evening, October 16, from 6:30 to 8:00 the Brooklyn Historical Society will present social historian and York University (U.K.) professor emeritus James Walvin, author of Sugar: The  Read more

The Repast Baroque Ensemble returns to Brooklyn Heights, and to the McKinney Chapel of the First Unitarian Church, 116 Pierrepont Street, this Thursday evening, October 18, starting at 8:00. They  Read more

The Brooklyn Paper reports that Mayor Bill de Blasio has expressed a preference for the City Department of Transportation’s “innovative” plan that would close the Brooklyn Heights Promenade for at  Read more

I’m calling this a “green light” weekend – late Friday night, October 12 to early Monday morning, October 15 – because there are no planned service changes that directly and  Read more

On Friday evening, October 12, starting at 7:00, Bargemusic will present pianist Sara Davis Buechner (photo) playing works by Suesse and by George Gershwin, including a solo piano rendering of  Read more

What’s on your mind? Comment away! Read more

Several days ago, your correspondent spotted this huge tractor-trailer rig trying unsuccessfully to turn from Montague to Hicks Street. Its way was blocked by a smaller bread delivery truck parked  Read more

This coming Wednesday evening, October 10, from 6:30 to 8:00 the Brooklyn Historical Society will present “Immigrant Women, Labor, and the Quest for Gender Justice,” in which award winning journalist  Read more

FUN FOR THE WHOLE FAMILY! The Montague Street BID is set to host their annual street fair, Sunday Social next Sunday, October 14th from 11:00 am – 6:00 pm between  Read more

Notify NYC has alerted us to a missing person last seen in our neighborhood. Fay Livingstone (photo) was last seen yesterday (Friday, October 5) at about 9:52 AM, near Court  Read more

In case you missed it, the BQE rehab was the topic of the day on ALL OF IT with Alison Stewart on WNYC on October 4th. A new show,  Read more

This weekend, from 9:45 PM Friday,October 5 to 5:00 AM Monday, October 8, 3 trains will replace the 4 in Brooklyn. We’re not sure if they will be using the  Read more

Bargemusic’s weekend begins tomorrow (Friday, October 5) evening at 7:00 when flutist Brandon George (photo) and guitarist Jordan Dodson, of the Semplice Players, will perform works by Bach, Debussy, Robert  Read more

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The Brooklyn Heights Association has issued a statement, following last Thursday evening’s meeting with City Department of Transportation representatives, at which many Heights residents expressed strong opposition to the DOT’s  Read more

Thanks to newly-revived Gothamist, we get this bit of NYC nightmare-come-to-true: I hope that none of you happened to be on the far right Clark Street station elevator around 10  Read more

If you’re an admirer of gargoyles, the decorative, often grotesque drainage pieces that adorn many gothic, beaux arts, and art deco (see examples on 55 Pierrepont in the photo) buildings,  Read more

A large crowd assembled for Thursday evening’s meeting at which City Department of Transportation officials discussed plans for the reconstruction of the Brooklyn-Queens Expressway below Brooklyn Heights. I took the  Read more

It’s a three-peat. Service changes affecting local stations this weekend – late Friday evening, September 28 to early Monday morning, October 1 – will be the same as last weekend’s.  Read more

According to the BHA, Thursday’s meeting has been moved to the Ingersoll Houses Community Center at 177 Myrtle Avenue at the corner of Prince Street. The meeting will  Read more

The Brooklyn Heights Association has details on the Update meeting on BQE Rehabilitation, a project that could include closing the Brooklyn Heights Promenade for years and building a temporary six  Read more

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Bargemusic’s weekend starts early, on Thursday evening, September 27 at 7:00 when pianist Gloria Cheng (photo) plays a series of short pieces, “Garlands for Steven Stucky” written by many contemporary  Read more

New buildings, endless construction, and the opening of Brooklyn Bridge Park have led many Brooklyn Heights residents to wring their hands and gnash their teeth about “progress” in the neighborhood.  Read more

With respect to service at local stations, this coming weekend — late Friday evening, September 21 to early Monday morning, September 24 — will be pretty much a repeat of  Read more

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