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Montague Street resident Michael D. D. White, who along with wife Carolyn McIntyre has been a mainstay of Citizens Defending Libraries, an organization advocating for New York City’s public library  Read more

THE AMATEUR: Artists & Spies in Cold War Brooklyn released in June by Nathan Ward is the third book by the long-time Brooklyn Heights author and his first distributed in  Read more

CNBC is reporting that Crumbs Bake Shop, which closed all its stores including its Montague Street outlet on Monday, may be getting a bailout from “an investor group that  Read more

The New York Daily News starts off their story about record real estate prices here by saying “soon no one will be able to afford Brooklyn.” But yet the  Read more

A sign posted on Montague Street by a person named “Betsabeh” asks filmmaker/ Brooklyn icon Jim Jarmusch out for a cup of coffee. A photo of it has been circulating  Read more

Curbed reports today on the saga of 114 Clinton Street. The one story art moderne building’s owner wants to convert it (meaning knock it down while saving some  Read more

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Since April, BHB has covered the developing story of the status of the Brooklyn Public Library’s Brooklyn Heights branch on Cadman Plaza West, driven by neighborhood concern over the condition  Read more

While conservatives are voicing their fauxrage over President Obama’s birthday gift of a car to his daughter Malia, the NY Daily News posts a story about how the president and  Read more

While it was placed on the market for $12 million in August, 104 Willow Street didn’t quite sell for asking but it did top all Brooklyn sales in June. The  Read more

The entire Crumbs Bake Shop is done as of tonight, the Wall Street Journal reports. Workers at all its locations were told this morning that today would be their last  Read more

Brooklyn Bridge Park will start this summer’s “Books Beneath the Bridge” series this Monday (July 7) evening, starting at 7:00, at the Granite Prospect on Pier 1. This event, co-sponsored  Read more

This week, Brownstoner posted about a planned addition to 108 Joralemon Street (photo here is a rendering of it). The multi-family dwelling is being converted into a 4,800 square foot  Read more

While we were enjoying Macy’s 4th of July Fireworks from the comfort of the BHB roofdeck, our man with a cam Karl Junkersfeld was out with the people checking it  Read more

As previously reported, parking in Brooklyn Heights will be severely restricted for tonight’s fireworks as will access to some residential areas. Read more

Update:On Sunday from 2:00 to 4:00 p.m. the Brooklyn Heights Association will have a social event at the new Chocolate Works on Montague. Details here. Tonight’s Fireworks take top billing  Read more

The Wall Street Journal recently visited Taperia (132 Montague Street) and published a review this week. Overall, they seem to like it: WSJ: “In this neighborhood we are the only  Read more

News 12 Brooklyn visited Montague Street yesterday and spoke to a few merchants about July 4 and the crowds expected here to view the Macy’s fireworks: Read more

Update: Great news for North Heights residents who want to see the fireworks up close and personal via the NYPD:

While the weather has cleared for tonight’s Macy’s Fireworks display, due  Read more

On this Fourth of July weekend, there are no planned cancellations, route diversions, or station skips that directly affect service at any local stations. The following week (Monday, July 6  Read more

Multiple media outlets are reporting a serious collapse of the facade wall on the walkway to the Brooklyn Bridge at Washington and Prospect Streets. From the Brooklyn Daily Eagle: The  Read more

On Tuesday the New York Daily News reported that the Brooklyn Public Library’s Central Library, located at Grand Army Plaza, is in desperate need of repairs. According to reporters Marco  Read more

Three Democrats are lining up to win the party’s nomination to succeed Joan Millman in the 52nd AD, which covers Brooklyn Heights. Millman announced her retirement from the Assembly earlier  Read more

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

Just in time for summer, free meals for children and teens are now available at 25 Brooklyn Public Library branches, up from just 6 last year. Starting on Friday, June  Read more

A tipster winks to us that if you’re in the nabe on Independence Day, you’ll get to be one of the first patrons of JTH Next Door. Not quite a  Read more

Before Linda E. Johnson ever walked through the revolving doors of the Brooklyn Public Library’s majestic Art Deco headquarters to take over as the Library’s fourteenth director on July 1,  Read more

As previously reported, our Heather Quinlan has launched a Kickstarter campaign to fund her latest project - a documentary on the 1986 World Champion New York Mets. And we’re kvelling  Read more

They’re back! Macy’s 4th of July Fireworks have returned to the East River. Brooklyn Heights residents and many, many, many visitors will be checking out the show from the Promenade  Read more

The roller rink at Brooklyn Bridge Park’s Pier 2 opens this Tuesday with an adult skate from 8pm - 11pm.

To get right to the roller rink portion of Karl’s  Read more

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