SUNY sets Monday deadline; LICH supporters question legality By Mary Frost Brooklyn elected officials on Friday rejected SUNY’s invitation to participate in its revamped search for a buyer for Long Island College Hospital (LICH) — a request one political insider called “bizarre,” considering that these same officials on Wednesday had denounced SUNY’s “last-minute, rushed” RFP-redo.
by Lore Croghan Attention Andy Warhol: Your favorite skin-care shop is opening an outpost on Montague Street Friday.
Eye On Real Estate: Produce Purveyor Lawyers Up to Stay Put at Court Street Store Site By Lore Croghan Architects and engineers are filing construction plans with the city Buildings Department for J. Crew’s first Brooklyn store – while the popular Cobble Hill produce purveyor that’s the site’s current tenant has lawyered up and is … Read More →
Show opens Jan. 31; runs through Feb. 16 Written by John Patrick Shanley and winner of the Pulitzer Prize and the Tony Award for Best Play, “Doubt: A Parable” is a swirl of accusation and intrigue. This fascinating, lean drama opens at the Heights Players on Friday, Jan. 31st and runs through Feb. 16.
Eye On Estate: Rumblings in Real Estate Circles About a New Inn for Brooklyn Heights – Near the Bossert By Lore Croghan Is there room for two hotels on Montague Street?
By Francesca Norsen Tate Grace Church-Brooklyn Heights recently inducted longtime parishioners Thomas Chittenden and Ann Gaffney into the Francis Vinton Society, during the congregation’s annual meeting earlier this month.
By Francesca Norsen Tate St. Ann & the Holy Trinity Church hosts a pre-Valentine event, bringing in poets and musicians to celebrate this vital aspect of living. The parish, which participated in the Brooklyn Book Festival, now presents Brooklyn’s Poet Laureate Tina Chang.
LICH supporters on RFP: We’ll fight ‘until hell freezes over’ By Mary Frost SUNY announced on Tuesday that it is reopening its Request for Proposals to sell Long Island College Hospital (LICH) — but only to those bidders who already participated in the initial round.
Auto Theft, Grand Larceny Up, Violent Crimes Down By Rob Abruzzese The 84th Precinct Community Council, covering Brooklyn Heights, Downtown, Vinegar and Boerum Hill, held its meeting on Monday, and traffic safety and last year’s crime stats were among the main items on the agenda.