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On September 12, Brooklyn Community Services launched its ONE Brooklyn Community MTA Campaign “Many Voices, Many Stories,” a public service poster campaign now in its third year. Across 36 subway stations in Brooklyn, the series displays notable Brooklynites speaking out about poverty and supporting neighbors. Among the featured faces are Carla Hall, Chris Hayes, and Brooklyn Magazine’s founder Daniel Stedman. “It’s important to honor Brooklyn’s history and diversity by working with our local businesses...
It seems easy to take the pulse of Hudson Jane in an instant, by pegging it as one of the new, slyly sanctimonious breeds of all-day, holistic lifestyle cafes. The Fort Greene eatery flaunts the neo-fjordic uniform of pristine pale wood and succulent pots, and take-home “provisions” run to bottles of Dona Chai, blocks of Grafton Village raw cheddar, and recyclable tubs of baked vegan tomato pasta. And until DOB-based struggles allow them to finally...
My feet hurt a little bit and there’s a distinct chance that a good old fashioned case of tinnitus is going to kick in at a moment’s notice, but for having just lived through a full week of live music, I’ve got to admit that my mood is almost astonishingly chipper. This little experiment—seven straight nights (back-to-back-to-back-to-back-to-back-to-back-to-back nights, for those following at home) of high-profile live music across three New York City boroughs—didn’t exactly...
Happy Monday! While I wish there were more enjoyable things to discuss, the topic on everyone's mind this morning seems to be—as it so unbearably often is these days—a combination of something outrageous that our Commander-in-Chief either said, did, or Tweeted. This weekend, Trump had his first official meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin, a man very publicly accused of heinous things and recently of tampering with our american election. He's also in defense mode once again, after...

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