NORTH BROOKLYN COVID-19 LOCAL BUSINESS IMPACT PROJECT
Are you a business that is currently located (or was before the March 20,2020 shutdown) in Williamsburg or Greenpoint, Brooklyn? Did you recently close, temporarily close, pivot your services, or relocate? Are you fundraising or applying for PPP? We want to hear from you!
La Merced, the delicious new juice bar at 1008 Manhattan Ave., opened two weeks ago, and the smoothies are as rich and colorful as the vibrant colors seen on the […]
The ominous newspaper covered windows at Brooklyn Label’s (180 Franklin St.) corner space may have worried regular diners earlier this month, but the beloved restaurant was merely remodeling and prepping […]
Juan Sanchez hadn’t found the chilaquiles and traditional Guadalajaran food he grew up with in Greenpoint, so like many immigrants in a new place, he recreated it himself. Still, he wished […]
Ewa Winnicka, a Polish journalist living in Warsaw, has always been interested in migration, “I think it’s one of the strongest experiences one can have,” she says. Her previous books […]
Williamsburg is getting another brewery! Other Half Brewing, the Brooklyn-based craft brewery that has since expanded to Washington D.C. and the Finger Lakes since opening in 2014, is opening a […]
Joshua Schwartz missed the old Williamsburg. That is, the neighborhood he remembers from living in North Brooklyn for the past 15 years, where experiences were more crucial to the area’s […]
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North Brooklyn’s newly elected female District Leader and Greenpoint native Kristina Naplatarski, has announced her pick for assembly district 50’s new male District Leader. Naplatarski unseated longtime incumbent Linda Minucci […]
A vigil and march in memory of the 35-year-old prosecutor, who worked in the Brooklyn D.A.’s office and died after she was struck by a bus in Williamsburg on September […]