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Fast-casual salad chain, sweetgreen, just opened it's fourth Brooklyn location downtown on the corner of Court and Atlantic. Brooklyn Magazine asked Co-Founder and COO, Nicolas Jammet, for his thoughts around the continued expansion into Brooklyn and for his thoughts around their mission to bring healthy food options to new communities.   1) Sweetgreen has opened 20+ locations in NYC and now a location in downtown Brooklyn on Court street. How has Brooklyn differed from your Manhattan locations...
Phoebe Robinson of 2 Dope Queens Sits with Brooklyn Magazine Photos by Jesse Dittmar Hair by Naivasha Johnson Make-up by Delina Medhin Shot at Loosie Rouge Phoebe Robinson enters stage left. Author (Yas). Writer (Yas). Producer (Yas). Actress (Yas). Brooklyn (Yas). Dope Queens (Yas). Stand-up comic (yep you guessed it, YAS). How to properly introduce a queen you ask? Well of course by acquainting you to her accolades. It was a sweltering August when I got to sit down with Phoebe Robinson at Loosie’s Kitchen & Café...
Photos by Rog Walker Styled by Shanice Gray Clothing courtesy of Jeffrey New York and The Webster Space Leon & Rusty Studio Earlier this year, the self-proclaimed New Kings of the Underground return with their sophomore album Vacation in Hell. When I think about Greatness in music, what it takes for an artist to make their everlasting mark on the culture—Kendrick, Jay Z, Trina, Missy Elliot—each of these titans, and many more, are diligent students as well as diligent...
A painter, a poet, and the frontman of the Brooklyn-based post-punk band, Parquet Courts, Andrew Savage is an artist any way you cut it. On “Wide Awake!” the band delves into a complex range of socio-political issues, including violence, oppression, identity, and the merits of collectivism. Although the lyrics on “Wide Awake!” evoke a dark reality, the record stands out not simply for its sardonic criticism, but also for its upbeat optimism. If one...

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