Monthly Archives: February 2014

Red Hook’s own Ornament Rock Star, by Mary Ann Pietanza

A few months back, my brother e-mailed me and told me he had reconnected with an old friend on Facebook through a popular neighborhood group page called, “I Lived in Carroll Gardens When We Still Called It Red Hook.” He … Continue reading

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This editorial is not really about the BASIS school

Well, it kind of is. It seems to be consensus that Red Hook is about to see some sort of seismic change – from the somewhat sleepy backwater community that is hard to get to, under populated, with a legacy … Continue reading

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