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Angela Brussel

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If you don’t live within a few-mile radius of Bar LunÀtico, it is unlikely that you’ve heard of it. But if, by chance, you were to stumble in there, I imagine you may find yourself flushed with the thrill of possibility and newness upon seeing the sheer amount of life packed into one long and narrow space—one that, if the laws of physics didn’t apply, gives the illusion of having materialized from out of...
In the heart of Bed-Stuy sits a Shangri-La of sorts. A place where locals shoot the shit about politics, greenery, love, and growth. Deborah Young, purveyor of colorful plants and stories alike, is the woman responsible for this no frills neighborhood nursery, garden, and—really—community center. She is also fiercely committed to preserving the character and integrity of that part of New York that is fast disappearing. When I go to meet her at Seasons, it...
A caliber chef with a penchant for fine dining Italian, Missy Robbins opened Williamsburg’s Lilia in 2016 and has attracted a great deal of accolades ever since. Though she cultivated her love of Italian food in her five years as executive chef at Spiaggia, she attributes the spawning of her culinary inclinations to less romantic circumstances. It was during her time as an art history student at Georgetown University that she found herself totally...
Dr. Karthikeyan Arcot is a true bastion of integrity and compassion in the field of Interventional Neurology, having dedicated the last decade of his life to helping those afflicted with devastating conditions such as stroke and ruptured brain aneurysms. He is currently a member of Interventional Neuro Associates where he is constantly reminded of how the very fabric of a family is at stake when a loved one is ill. A family man himself,...

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