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Brooklyn artists have a brand new benefactor. Husband and wife team Jamie and Sara Anthony recently founded Building On Brooklyn, a not-for-profit organization providing venues for area artisans to create, exhibit and engage with the community. As well as admirably reflecting their shared interest in the arts, the institution also represents a resourceful merger of their backgrounds—Sara is a former trusts and estates lawyer, who helped form arts-centered foundations for client, while Jamie is a principle...
While Brooklyn boasts a wealth of imposing, well-known landmarks, some of the borough’s most arresting architectural achievements are actually hidden in plain sight. And instead of being hermetically sealed like museums, many just happen to house restaurants offering a true taste of Breukelen history—we’re talking sage pappardelle inside of a 100-year-old pharmacy and malts and egg creams on the site of a 19th century boarding house. Brooklyn Farmacy Owing to its proximity to the...
The burden of deciding between a savory or a sweet breakfast plagues a lot of people; both options have their appeal. My preference usually tends toward the savory—I’ll do a bodega egg and cheese drowning in hot sauce before doughnuts—but when it comes to brunch, I want both. Brunch is special; my brunch spread should have it all. Most of the time that means I have to order two items, or split a dish with friends....
While it goes without saying that all have our own set of turn-ons (witness the perpetual popularity of sliders and shrimp nibblers at White Castle’s V-Day table service dinners), there’s a reason that chocolate, roses, and Barry White are considered paragons of romance. So if you (or your sweetie) are suckers for that tried-and-true sappy stuff, make a reservation at Brooklyn’s red beet ravioli-slinging Le Fanfare, with its hot jazz and even hotter staff,...

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