Kosher Yoga is the focus of this weekend’s Shabbaton at Congregation B’nai  Avraham, Brooklyn Heights’ Orthodox synagogue. Noted healer and yoga instructor Vladmir Angert will lead the Shabbaton, on Friday, Jan. 17. An Associate of Boro Park Medical Center, Angert has worked side-by-side with doctors, helping to diagnose and provide energy healing to patients, according Read More →

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On Dec. 12, as the Brooklyn Daily Eagle has reported, the Brooklyn Public Library unveiled seven proposals for the redevelopment of the site of the Brooklyn Heights Branch Library. Now, the Brooklyn Heights Association has prepared an online survey for its members and neighbors about the various proposals. The questions include whether the entrance should remain on Cadman Read More →

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The Brooklyn Israel Film Festival at Kane Street Synagogue marks its 10th anniversary, presenting some of the most exciting new films coming out of Israel. The 2014 festival features three nights of award-winning, thought-provoking films, discussions with film experts, plus a 10th anniversary opening night reception. The festival starts on Thursday, Jan. 23, and continues Saturday night, Jan. 25 Read More →

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By Francesca Norsen Tate New Evangelization Television (NET-TV)’s Emmy-Award winning series “City of Churches” resumes next week. Its new host is Brooklyn born-and-raised Anthony Mangano. NET is a branch of DeSales Media Group, the communications arm of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Brooklyn. “City of Churches” focuses on parishes in and around the Roman Catholic Read More →