Via the CCGH newsgroup:
Fine artists and photographers invite the general public to visit their studios over the November 8th & 9th weekend,noon – 7 PM. The two dozen participating studios are located within easy walking distance of each other. Expect to see a wide range of art,including painting, photography and ceramics. By going directly to an artist’s studio you can see a larger collection of the artists work and more variety than you would see at a gallery show. You can see what your Brooklyn neighbors have been creating and see how hard they have been working to bring you beautiful items. This is experience, walking through the studios of several very different artists.
A great annual tour to allow neighbors to see what our artist neighbors have been working on in 2014.
This link below will show you art of the artists who are participating. It also links to our websites. Maps of all the artists can be obtained on line or at many shops in the area and at the studio of any of the artists.
A repost from South Slope News (and thank goodness they found out since the City seems to not care about letting its residents know as we know from previous year’s spraying) about the spraying for West Nile Virus tonight, Tuesday, 9/16 from 8pm–6am (nice window DOH!).
Anyone else hear about this today? Nothing on Notify NYC e-mails to us.
More info from their post:
The folks at Uncommon Goods reached out to us with a fab contest they are running this summer the “Brooklyn Flag Project” with our fav e-newsletter/blog Brooklyn Based. And with SwissMiss and Brooklyn’s-own Marty Markowitz as judges, it ought to be fun! We may even enter on for Greenwood Heights. Who’s gonna enter?
Just in from a CCGH member, a really bad accident at 21st Street and 6th Ave across from Tobby’s. Seems one car actually flipped over. He did not think anyone was fatally injured, but FDYN and NYPD were on the case asap. This is a huge problem on 6th Ave between 20th And 23rd Sts, as drivers frequently speed go get to 24th St (not sure why). With poor site lines on the side blocks, this happens a lot, thought not to today’s extent.
We hope the passengers are OK. Checking with CB7 to see if we can get more info. Anyone else witness this bad accident?
More info from South Slope News…2 of the folks in the accident went to the hospital with “serious but not life threatening injuries.
It’s been a while since we have regularly posted on the blog. Part due to “life,” also part to do with SNOW. Well no longer, almost 80 degrees today and happy Mother’s Day and happy spring GWH-ers. More spring posts coming soon, though we’d love to hear what folks think are issues (good or bad) withing the neighborhood, plus goings on, announcements, new photos, etc. You can submit them to the CCGH newsgroup or e-mail us.
Here’s a wee-bit of spring inspiration from within our biggest neighbor Green-Wood!
A big ol’ Happy New Year from the folks at CCGH! And for our first New Year’s post:
From our friends at the NYC Mayor’s office:
A citywide winter storm warning has been issued starting Thursday, January 2, 2014 at 6:00PM until 1:00PM on Friday, January 3, 2014. The current forecast calls for 6-8 inches of snow accompanied by strong winds and low temperatures. The Office of Emergency Management has issued a travel advisory warning of icy conditions on roadways and sidewalks. We are working together with our agency partners to prepare for the storm and will be closely monitoring and responding to local conditions as the storm progresses.
Via artist and South Slope neighbor Tom Keough about this weekend’s Park Slope Windsor Terrace Artists “Open Studios” weekend. You can find more info about each artist (and see some of their work you’ll be seeing) on the group’s website. Additional info after the jump.
By Tom Keough
A quick reminder that the organics collection trial run starts tonight , for October 9 pick-up, in our area. The (cute) brown cans showed up last week and pick up for Greenwood Heights and parts of the South Slope begin tomorrow. For more info, click here. Is everyone ready? Are you participating?
It’s that simple. Not sure where you vote in our area? You can find out here.
While South Slope News already had a post on this, we thought we’d pass along the info and links we received from CM Gonzalez’s office yesterday. Seems we’re part of this year’s DSNY Organics Collection pilot program. Greenwood Hts. (or most of it) is on the Wednesday mornings (just like recycling) with a
drop off point at 15th St. and 7th Ave. (which strikes us as an odd location) CORRECTION: No location on this flyer/letter. Check their website for updates.