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PHOTOGRAPHY Sabella Kahn I don’t want to say that blondes have more fun, but when I’m blonde I do feel like the best damn version of myself. I’ve been dying my hair platinum for around two years now, but the color was always quick to fade into a brassy yellow. There had to be some sort of solution that would keep me satisfied with both my color and maintenance routine. Enter The Bird House, a hair...
Considering that the struggle to make ends meet via a single restaurant is a recurring industry theme nowadays, A&E Supply Company has proved wise to hedge their bets by debuting a quadrant of concepts within the past year. Cannier still is that they share just one lease, occupying various sectors of a 1,600-square foot space. Becoming truly all things to Gowanus, the compound relieves neighbors of the need to trek to Park Slope for provisions, or...
Well before the charmingly scraggy streets of Gowanus were paved with barbecue hubs and oyster bars, Michael and Ping’s was a rare bright spot on Gowanus’s food landscape, supplying prescient residents and underserved warehouse workers with all-natural Chinese food in a certified green space. Which is why, after all these years, it’s probably disconcerting for passerby to spot a sandwich board outside announcing 2 Yutes, especially since the kitchen within still churns out hormone-free sesame...
Hey, remember Dine in Brooklyn, last seen in 2013? A holiday akin to Christmas in the restaurant world with its plentiful cut-priced promotions? Well, now, it's back, having slipped under the shadow of Manhattan’s flashier Restaurant Week. So, spread the word that from August 11-22, scores of participating local eateries will serve $28 three-course dinners, $15 two-course lunches, and $12 brunches. When you support the local businesses of Dine in Brooklyn, your wallets and your stomachs...

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