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Age: 9 Pronouns: She/Her Neighborhood: Windsor Terrace Most Likely to: Surprise you Favorite Quote: “Girls just wanna have fun.” Lola Glass has a lot on her plate. She’s spray painted murals in Coney Island, at the Bushwick Collective, and at Art Basel in Miami. She’s also currently collaborating with Unfamous and Brooklyn Cloth to design t-shirts. Have I mentioned she's only nine? This accomplished pre-teen would rather be recognized for her work than her age—and rightfully so. Lola’s murals are...
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...
Reel Brooklyn is a new biweekly column chronicling the definitive history of Brooklyn on-screen, one film—and neighborhood—at a time. Movies as archaeology—more than most cities, Brooklyn is in a constant state of rapid cellular evolution, often leaving movies, going back a century, as our only record of how the neighborhoods used to breathe, bustle and roll. If you know Windsor Terrace and the northern outlands of Flatbush, for instance, you'll feel the bite of authentic...
It’s just past three in the afternoon on a Tuesday, shortly after schools get out, and Windsor Terrace parents—backpacked kids in tow—keep popping their heads through the door of Butterfunk Kitchen. Although they won’t officially be open until 5:30, co-owner Eugenie Woo greets them all warmly, by name, as this is a neighborhood where restaurant debuts are cause for community celebration. Especially when said eatery is a soul food mecca and rollicking juke joint, spearheaded...

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