Brooklyn’s Boerum Hill Association invites you to join us for our 25th House and Garden TourSunday June 3rd from 1:00pm – 5:00pm. Tickets are no longer available on line or at the outlets but they can be purchased for $25 each at the Invisible Dog Art Center, 51 Bergen Street beginning at 12:30pm on June 3rd. The Art Center is between Smith and Court Streets.
Our biennial house tour provides a cross-section of the homes and gardens – and creativity – that make up our neighborhood. Join us to experience Boerum Hill’s unique sense of history, diversity and community. See how we respect the past as we build the future.
Alert parents have pretty much made sure the “toxic pre-school” run by Andy Lewis isn’t going to open again anywhere in brownstone Brooklyn. But whatever happened to Lewis himself? The Daily News gives you the story, along with the priceless quote:
Store sounds awesome. I remember going in during the 2006 hey-day. You remember those times: stock market at 14,000, home prices still rising in the city. Those golden days that could last forever. Well, even then I felt like I couldn’t afford anything in what was the coolest, most beautiful store on Atlantic.
And now? Now that Butter is “Eva Gentry?” Do not worry, fair readers: they still sell shoes for $1,400. Well, at least you get two for that price ;)
Did you hear the G train will be expanding service through Boerum Hill all the way to Church Av in Kensington? It’s true. Beginning July 5th. Now you don’t have to just wait for an F to get to Prospect Park. Huzzah.