Some NYC neighborhoods seem to pop on and drop off the “Next Happening NYC Neighborhood” list with frustrating frequency, as zoning plans change or the economy tanks or developers get distracted by the the next NEXT big thing. But the unlikely Brooklyn community of Gowanus seems to be a keeper. Up until a couple of [...]
Monthly Archive: February 2013
Feeling restless? Looking to start an argument with your fellow Brooklyn residents, especially those of the bookish bent, of which there are legions? It’s easy. State with enthusiastic authority that So-and-so Bookstore is the best in the borough. “WHAT?!” will be the reaction. “Sure, So-and-so’s not bad, but SO-AND-SO’s got a much better selection, and [...]
Do you like mini-doughnuts? Then Doughnuttery may be just for you. No question, Chelsea Market is one of New York City’s great revitalization success stories of the past decade. What easily could have been a sterile collection of chain stores, crappy eateries, and unimaginative tourist-bait souvenir shops is instead a vibrant collection of local businesses, [...]
For more than three decades now, year after year, season after season, Brooklyn cultural institution St. Ann’s Warehouse has been staging a remarkably consistent program of musical and theatrical performances: consistently daring, consistently influential, consistently good. And though St. Ann’s Warehouse has moved around a few times–it started out as Arts at St. Ann’s, and [...]
As has been widely reported–and, as anyone searching for a Brooklyn rental apartment already knows–the cost of renting in the great Borough of Kings went through the roof in 2012. In fact, in such sought-after places as Williamsburg and DUMBO, mean rental prices actually passed most of Manhattan neighborhoods. Just to throw out a couple [...]
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