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Carolina Salguero of PortSide interviewed Antonio "Tony" Piraquive who ran the Red Hook Coffee Shop for years, until 2020.  We then threw a goodbye party for him because we had learned that his cellphone was flooded at home during hurricane...

Tugboats were developed in the 1810s, soon after the invention of steam powered ships.  They have been, and continue to be, an important part in the workings and successes of Red Hook's working waterfront. Beginning in the 1840s, and most...

THE CASTLE is private event space in Red Hook.  All food and drink is handled by Marlow Events. They can host seated dinners for up to 80 guests and mingling cocktail parties for 125 guests. Smaller events can be accommodated on weekdays....

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Huge waves crashing down on the deck as hail, steamers burning through their coal just to stay in place against the wind, ships being thrashed by the storm and everything, and everyone, frozen and encrusted in ice. These are the stories that the...

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