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  Not sure if you've heard but, the New York Times recently told us there is "nothing magical about breakfast." In essence, every human who has ever told you that to skip the first meal of the day is to actively sabotage one's health, has been misinformed. Several regularly-cited breakfast studies, it seems, were funded by—yes—the food industry. And they would prefer you buy their products as often as possible, including for meals that happen in the morning. "Kellogg...
When Brooklyn Brewery opened its production space and tasting room on North 11th Street in 1996, the company was a neighborhood trailblazer. Today, that reality is quite different. It's at the epicenter of a teeming social scene (and at times shit-show), just around the corner from Brooklyn Bowl, and across the street from Reynard and the Wythe Hotel. So while the company still has nine years remaining on its lease, the Brewery has decided to wise up early: in anticipation of astronomically-further-rising...
Time Inc. is one of the oldest and largest media companies in the world, founded by two Yale graduates in 1923. Famously headquartered at Rockefeller Center’s Time & Life Building since 1959, it now has a new home. Well, two of them, technically. One is located at 225 Liberty Street in the Financial District, and is the new company headquarters, housing the majority of Time Inc.’s employees, including staff from the company's most widely circulated magazines (of which...
Previously comprising derelict buildings mottled with boarded-up or smashed-in windows, Industry City has lately become Brooklyn’s most prominent hub for food artisans, serving as commissary for homegrown brands like Colson Patisserie, Blue Marble ice cream, and Liddabit Sweets. And considering they make up a mere fraction of the manufacturers, artists, and innovators hard at work in the six million-square foot complex (which also includes a rooftop training center for the Brooklyn Nets), it only...