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Park Lit TONIGHT Coney Island ALWAYS

Two of BHS’s Interpreting Brooklyn artists, novelist Elizabeth Gaffney and Coney Island playwright Michael Schwartz, will be reading tonight in Fort Greene Park with L.J. Davis, a fellow contributor to the magazine A Public Space. Another friend of BHS and … Continue reading

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Brooklyn Dodgers on WNYC

If you missed the Forever Blue event at BHS on March 21st, you can listen to it here on WNYC: Join Pulitzer Prize-winning author Michael D’Antonio with Peter O’Malley, president of the Los Angeles Dodgers 1970 – 1998, and Richard … Continue reading

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More History Than We Can Handle?

This is an interesting discussion from the National Council on Public History conference blog.  I’ve mentioned before that we need a new term to describe this wonderful phenomenon of more and more people documenting their lives publicly, and projects like … Continue reading

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Brooklyn Born

We’re enjoying this blog today: Brooklyn Born: Views of a Born and Bred Brooklynite And the New York Times’ Brooklyn blogging foray based in Fort Greene/Clinton Hill: The Local And photos of Brooklyn covered in snow:

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Brooklyn’s New Culinary Movement

This time the New York Times got it right about Brooklyn.  The Brooklyn Kitchen is a dreamy store, the owners Taylor and Harry are wonderful, and it’s a great place to take classes like How to Make Kombucha. Plus, it’s … Continue reading

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