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Fancy Nancy 1038 Bedford Avenue, Bed-Stuy It’s been a rough few months for the Bed-Stuy dining-and-drinking scene. The closings of seemingly stalwart spots like Do or Dine and Scratchbread were enough to make any prospective restaurateur wonder if the neighborhood was able to support the recent influx of local dining hot spots. But the show must go on, and the area recently welcomed Fancy Nancy, a casual dining spot owned-and-operated by Kristen Walker and Jay Chan,...
If there’s one thing you can rely on in Brooklyn, it’s that everything changes. Perhaps nowhere is this rule more absolute than when applied to our borough’s buildings. Exteriors might seem static over decades; the bones of a place stay the same, while the insides transform into something wholly different, something new, like when a church becomes a home or a loft becomes a cabin in the woods. Here, then, are five spaces whose...
Sagittarius | Nov 22–Dec 21 Hero worship is a funny thing. It’s also a fun thing. What’s more fun than love, after all? Haha. Just messing with you, Sag. There’s so much that’s more fun than love, which is a state of being more akin to a nonstop dance with depravity, darkness, and depression than, like, fun. And that’s just when it’s real. So, what’s my point? Just that maybe worshipping your heroes isn’t the healthiest thing...
Molly Crabapple has been a staple on the New York art scene for a while. Known for her colorful blend of surrealist political artwork and her provocative journalism, she has now added “author” to her credentials with the release of her boldly illustrated memoir Drawing Blood. Born Jennifer Caban in Queens and raised in Cedarhurst, Long Island, Crabapple uses Drawing Blood primarily to tell the story of her reinvention from a self-described “moppet” to a...

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