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  • No Garbage Pick-Up Monday (10/8)

    The Brooklyn Heights Association alerts us to the fact that there will be no garbage pick-up tomorrow, Monday, October 8, because of the Columbus Day holiday. Garbage should be held back until late Tuesday night; it will be picked up Wednesday. Those whose recyclables are normally picked up on Monday will need to wait for […]
    (via Brooklyn Heights Blog)

    October 7, 2012
  • Cranberry Street Poster: Don’t Feed the Rats!

    Moments after reading one resident’s poster on Cranberry Street about the proper disposal of dog poop, we spotted another across the street about the War on Rats. As any resident of Brooklyn Heights knows, we are in a constant battle with these vile creatures. That is clearly one of the motivations of the poster who […]
    (via Brooklyn Heights Blog)

    September 1, 2012
  • Dog Poop Showdown on Cranberry Street

    In the aftermath of last week’s Mom vs. Wack Jobs in Brooklyn Heights debate comes evidence of another controversy brewing in the neighborhood. The issue: Dog owners who dump their pooch’s poo into someone else’s garbage. One resident of Cranberry Street has had enough and posted this quite polite and reasonable notice on the street: […]
    (via Brooklyn Heights Blog)

    September 1, 2012
  • New ‘Out Of The Closet Thrift Store’ In Boerum Hill Offers AIDS Services Throughout The Borough

    Out of the Closet Thrift Store has opened its newest location in Boerum Hill, at 475 Atlantic Avenue. The destination benefits the AIDS Healthcare Foundation. Regional Director Adam Ouderkirk tells that the shop will work in the community with other AIDS agencies to provide testing, information and treatment in the borough. The AIDS Healthcare […]
    (via Cobble Hill Blog)

    July 26, 2012
  • Everyday Athlete Coming To Brooklyn Heights

    Fitness center “everyday athlete” will open its second Brooklyn location in the Heights this summer at 130 Clinton Street. Tomas Anthony and Alejandra Belmar opened their first zen-centered store in 1998 in nearby Carroll Gardens at 136 Union Street. According to the company’s website, “We believe fitness is essential and transformative. It also should be […]
    (via Brooklyn Heights Blog)

    July 7, 2012