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Saturday, May 25, 2019

The Future of Housing Affordability in New York City

Like many other regions across the United States, New York City is in the midst of a housing crisis, in which one-third of the city’s residents spend more than half of their income on...

How Hungryroot Helps New York’s Busy Creatives Eat Healthy

Surviving in New York isn’t easy, especially if you have a career in the arts. Emily Cordes, a 32-year-old resident of Ditmas Park and an actress, can attest to this. Along with auditioning and...

Spend Your Summer in Brooklyn with FIT

The Fashion Institute of Technology is perhaps best known as a school for aspiring fashion creatives and entrepreneurs, with a campus located in the heart of Manhattan’s fashion district. But FIT offers so much...

Mondays at Pratt Institute: Weekly Openings of New Work by Graduating MFA Artists

Discover the bold work of emerging fine arts talent at Pratt Shows. New exhibits open every Monday from 5-8 PM on the Brooklyn campus through mid-May. Every Monday night Pratt opens its doors and invites you...

Save The Date: Carroll Gardens & Cobble Hill Restaurant Crawl, May 4

The Tastes of Brooklyn restaurant crawl returns on Saturday, May 4, offering samples from more than 20 dining establishments throughout Carroll Gardens and Cobble Hill. Tickets are available online and are priced at $20 for four tastes...

Lander Announces Winning PBNYC Projects For District 39

PARK SLOPE - Council Member Brad Lander announced the winners of this year's District 39 Participatory Budgeting (PBNYC) projects last week. The seven capital projects and ten expense projects on the ballot were presented at a Project...

Brooklyn’s Priciest Neighborhoods: Columbia Street Waterfront, DUMBO & Carroll Gardens

Real estate blog PropertyShark recently released its first quarter (January 1 - March 31, 2019) report of NYC's 50 priciest neighborhoods with top-ten regular DUMBO being joined by the Columbia Street Waterfront District and Carroll Gardens. As...

Rejuvenate Yourself This Spring with 20% Off at Local Businesses

Kick the winter blues and embrace the spring with Cinch, the app that connects you to local businesses for new experiences and exclusive deals. We’ve got some amazing spots in Williamsburg and Park Slope to...

Man Robbed Two Deliverymen At Knifepoint In Carroll Gardens

CARROLL GARDENS - The NYPD is requesting the public's assistance in finding the man seen in the below photo and surveillance footage in connection with two robberies and a burglary in Carroll Gardens last...

Use Shapr to Make The Right Connections

There’s likely one person in every subway car who can intro you to a new job opportunity, connect you to the perfect freelance gig or make a great addition to your team. But let’s...

Busy Parents, Let Hungryroot Be Your Healthy Food Concierge

As a parent of two young kids, I’ve got limited time – and energy – for shopping and cooking. So I’m always on the lookout for ways to make getting those things done a...

Indulge yourself at Park Slope’s annual food-and-drink festival – A TASTE OF FIFTH.

More than 50 Park Slope restaurants and watering holes will convene April 10th at the Grand Prospect Hall for the legendary food-and-drink festival A TASTE OF FIFTH. The list of neighborhood hot spots participating...

RetroFret: Go West For New Home Of Vintage Guitars

CARROLL GARDENS - After 35 years at the historic ASPCA building at 233 Butler Street in Gowanus, the vintage guitar repair shop and showroom RetroFret has moved west to Carroll Gardens. The business's new home...

One Vote for One Book, One New York

The Mayor's Office of Media and Entertainment and BuzzFeed have launched One Book, One New York - where New Yorkers get to pick the ONE BOOK they all want to read together. VOTE here for one...

PJ Masks Live Heads Into Brooklyn To Save The Day This Weekend

SPONSORED: Weekend in the city, and a brave band of heroes is ready to face fiendish villains to stop them messing with your (Satur/Sun)day. If that slightly altered bit of narration sounds familiar, you probably...
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