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A dog named Schooner

March 2 | Brooklyn Eagle Staff

From Jon, longtime resident of Brooklyn Heights, a memory: “Schooner was an adopted mix. An Irish Setter’s body and black fur. Highly intelligent and hungry for attention, super friendly with humans. We often took walks along Hicks Street or the steep part of Joralemon Street leading down to the water. If someone nearby — a […]

Toba Potosky Emerges From Latest Financial Filing with Most Cash on Hand in District 33 City Council Race

February 23 | Brooklyn Eagle Staff

New York City Council candidate Toba Potosky today announced having more cash on hand – over $166,000 – than any other candidate in the 10-way race to replace term-limited Councilmember Stephen Levin. Potosky said the financial information was released in the New York City Campaign Finance Board’s latest filing. District 33 encompasses most of the […]

Revival Ideas For Montague Street Could Help All Neighborhood Retail

February 22 | By Lincoln Restler

Montague Street isn’t what it used to be. When I was growing up, Montague was the center of our community — where neighbors could spend time at, not one but two, bookstores, pick up deliciously prepared meals at Only the Best, and get the best rugelach at Sinclair’s Bakery. Of course, concentrations of vacant storefronts […]

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