Has a center lane open to pedestrians and bicycles
This cult classic takes a harsh look at lower class Brooklyn in the 1950's
7 games v. New York Yankees. MVP: Johnny Podres
Played a major role in the U.S. Civil War, rising to the rank of Lieutenant Colonel in the Union Army; observing Confederate movements via balloon reconnaissance prior to Gettysburg and informing Union tactics at Little Round Top
She deserves a mention here, an amazing and courageous woman.
New York, NY. Founded 1910; most popular garden in New York
1869-1883 , built in Brooklyn, New York, USA
Metropolitan Detention Center
As Johnny Nolan aka The Brooklyn Thrush
A nationwide best-seller that was distributed to servicemen overseas.
Outspoken leadership in civil and human rights after his playing days
1954-57; continued as Dodger manager after team move to Los Angeles
1914-1931; member, Hall of Fame
Director: Wallace Fox. Also starred Bobby Jordan, Huntz Hall & Gabriel Dell. Plot: The East Side Kids find a young girl in the apartment of a man who has just been murdered.
Director: William Castle. Also starred Lionel Stander, Florence Bates & Michael Chekhov. Plot: A would-be playwright and a young woman escaping from a job at a gas station meet and fall in love.
Piano music provided by unseen Andre Previn
Diorite, c. 50 BC; Brooklyn Museum of Art, New York
Also starring Lloyd Nolan
Collections and exhibits from antiquities to modern times
Brodie, supposedly jumped into the water from a height of 42 meters. Subsequently, it became clear that Steve’s pals threw a dummy off the bridge. But the revelation did not prevent Brodie from exploiting his fame as the heroic Brooklyn Bridge diver.
1989. Uli Edel directed drama which focuses on the lives of the inhabitants of a working-class neighbourhood in Brooklyn. Cast includes Stephen Lang, Jennifer Jason Leigh & Burt Young. Music by Mark Knoffler