Archive for October, 2010


By , 4 October, 2010, No Comment

Just a reminder, Big Movies for Little Kids is playing today at Cobble Hill Cinemas. This afternoon, your little ones can laugh along with Kermit and the gang as they investigate the crime of the century in the Great Muppet Caper. And what better way to get through a Monday? I’d suggest buying tickets in advance–either online or at the box office (265 Court Street).

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Ahava Protesters Boost Sales

By , 4 October, 2010, No Comment

In a strangely ironic twist, protesters at the Ricky’s cosmetics store on Montague St. last week actually helped boost sales of the product they were picketing. Brooklyn Heights Blog reported that after the The “Brooklyn for Peace” protesters tried to stop folks from buying Ahava Dead Sea skin care products (made in the West Bank), it actually managed “to promote the region and boost the company’s business better than any ad campaign.” Cited is another piece from an Israeli news network which says shelves were quickly cleared of the products, allowing Ricky’s to feel pretty good about its luck. The moral of this story? Be careful what you wish for.

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Bacon & Beer Baby

By , 1 October, 2010, No Comment

Yesterday we reported the pork-tastic Pig Island taking place on Governor’s Island this weekend. And now, we’re happy to give you some info about another swine-related event you might want to check out. Saturday evening, 2 October, the crowd-pleasing Ted & Honey on Clinton St. next to Cobble Hill Park will be serving up all kinds of bacon-related grub alongside a sampling of local Brooklyn beers. The website sites bacon-wrapped shrimp stuffed with Gorgonzola, meatloaf sliders, BLT’s and BLAT’s, and even crispy bacon dipped in bittersweet chocolate and caramelized honey. Though an RSVP was requested by last week, you might want to go by and see if you can fight your way in. The event is $25 per person and there will be live music by Emily Einhorn.

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BBP’s the Place to Be

By , 1 October, 2010, No Comment

A lot going on at Brooklyn Bridge Park these days. This weekend, both days from 11:00am-1:00pm, Sand Village will be transformed into a sand palace. Pails and shovels will be supplied–just come on by Playground Associates on Pier 6 and bring your imagination. Also, I’m happy to report that Bike and Roll bicycle rentals will be setting up shop at the entrance to Pier 1 on Saturdays and Sundays through 31 October. With a large selection of bikes (including tandems and some with kiddie seats), you can rent by the hour, the day or even the week. The kiosk is located right next to Bargemusic. Lastly, Monday 4 October brings a free concert by St. Ann’s Warehouse–also at Pier 1. The show, The Music of Fela Kuti, Sahr Ngaujah and the band from FELA! on Broadway, will begin at sunset though the lawn opens at 6pm for seating.