Happenings: Red Hook

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May
Art
The exhibition, "Home is Where the Heart is,” takes place within the context of a large dollhouse recovered from a home severely damaged by Hurricane Sandy at Kustera Projects in Red Hook, opening on Saturday, April 29th.
Red Hook

The exhibition, "Home is Where the Heart is,” takes place within the context of a large dollhouse recovered from a home severely damaged by Hurricane Sandy at Kustera Projects in Red Hook, opening on Saturday, April 29th.

Thu

1

Jun
Art
The exhibition, "Home is Where the Heart is,” takes place within the context of a large dollhouse recovered from a home severely damaged by Hurricane Sandy at Kustera Projects in Red Hook, opening on Saturday, April 29th.
Red Hook

The exhibition, "Home is Where the Heart is,” takes place within the context of a large dollhouse recovered from a home severely damaged by Hurricane Sandy at Kustera Projects in Red Hook, opening on Saturday, April 29th.

Fri

2

Jun
Art
The exhibition, "Home is Where the Heart is,” takes place within the context of a large dollhouse recovered from a home severely damaged by Hurricane Sandy at Kustera Projects in Red Hook, opening on Saturday, April 29th.
Red Hook

The exhibition, "Home is Where the Heart is,” takes place within the context of a large dollhouse recovered from a home severely damaged by Hurricane Sandy at Kustera Projects in Red Hook, opening on Saturday, April 29th.

Sat

3

Jun
Art
The exhibition, "Home is Where the Heart is,” takes place within the context of a large dollhouse recovered from a home severely damaged by Hurricane Sandy at Kustera Projects in Red Hook, opening on Saturday, April 29th.
Red Hook

The exhibition, "Home is Where the Heart is,” takes place within the context of a large dollhouse recovered from a home severely damaged by Hurricane Sandy at Kustera Projects in Red Hook, opening on Saturday, April 29th.

Beyond Brooklyn

Alexander Hamilton and Eliza Schuyler Hamilton are interred in Trinity Church cemetery in lower Manhattan

When we walked into Trinity Church Wall Street and asked the greeter at the door, "Where do  we find Alexander Hamilton's grave?", he immediately replied, "You know we have Angelica as well!"