Tag Archives: Clinton Hill

In Line with Jive Turkey

Thanksgiving in Clinton Hill just wouldn’t be the same without the around-the-block lines to Jive Turkey, leading up to the big day. This has been my second year witnessing the massive lines down Myrtle Ave., smelling the scent of cooked … Continue reading

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Park Slope Walking Tour

In 2008, BHS published the Park Slope Neighborhood & Architectural History Guide, written by Francis Morrone.¬† We are currently working on a neighborhood guide about Fort Greene / Clinton Hill, so, stay tuned and please be in touch if there’s … Continue reading

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Old Ladies and Respectable but Indigent Females

A few weeks back, we got a reference question about¬† the Graham Home for Old Ladies, a charitable organization long gone, but whose building still stands at 320 Washington Ave. at Dekalb in Clinton Hill. Just a few days after … Continue reading

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Change in Brooklyn

Nelson George and Rosie Perez were on The Brian Lehrer Show on WNYC last week talking about Change in Brooklyn neighborhoods – it’s a great segment, good callers, and it’s not just about gentrification, have a listen: AND THEN join … 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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