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While some think the L Train shut down will impact Brooklyn's working class and have serious ramifications on the class that struggles most to live and work in this city at all, the rare few have already figured out a two-pronged approach that will ensure the shutdown remains only a small matter of inconvenience. Follow Matt Lubchansky on Twitter, visit his Patreon page here, or check out his store here.
As I type, Whole Foods Williamsburg will open its doors to the public in six minutes. Yesterday, before the big moment, we stopped in to tour the 51,000 square foot chain, which now has 460 locations, mostly throughout the U.S. and Canada, and a couple of locations in the United Kingdom. In the 90-something humidity, Michael Sinatra, northeast regional spokesperson for Whole Foods, met us outside the store’s sliding glass doors at 238 Bedford Avenue....
Harmless Harvest founders, Justin Guilbert and Douglas Riboud, first hatched their ecosystem-based business model in 2009, in order to create sustainability all the way from field to shelf. “If you maximize the welfare of all your agents in the supply chain, the results will be superior—far more than if you just care about your own profits,” Guilbert explains. The eco-minded mission definitely paid off for the Park Slope-based pair; they successfully launched their first...
This week in "They're putting a what in Gowanus?" news, Court 16, a miniaturized tennis club for kids, has opened its doors on Baltic Street between Nevins Street and Third Avenue. Everything from the bathroom fixtures to the water fountains have been built to child scale, and it has the distinction of being the only kids' tennis facility in the five boroughs. The Brooklyn Paper interviewed Court 16 founder Anthony Evrard, who was himself a young...

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