Hey Greenpoint, it’s (hopefully) your last weekend with an early bedtime — New York’s bars and restaurants have been granted permission to stay open until ~midnight~ starting Monday, April 19! Catch up on some sleep this weekend, because, soon, this city is going back to, well, never sleeping…
We featured Greenpoint illustrator John O’Neill, who uses his city planning experience to influence his architecture centric art. Those eager to seep up some local artwork can also visit Pompei Gallery. Sick of your quarantine apartment? apply to the NYC Housing lottery to test your luck at an “affordable” albeit still expensive, luxury apartment.
Get some style inspo for this weekend, and perhaps even get featured in our latest addition of our Fashion Sundae Spring 2021.
Also in and around Greenpoint…
New Yorkers around the city watched as Greenpoint and Williamsburg’s debate on open streets continued, with controversy sparked by a video depicting a a person driving Amazon van allegedly steeling community blockades.
The long neglected Greenpoint Hospital site will become four buildings comprising of a homeless shelter, affordable housing, and senior housing
The EPA approved a plan to manage the polluted water in Newtown Creek
VITAL Brooklyn will offer 24-hour bouldering, a rooftop cafe, sauna and more across from McCarren Park
A spring clothing and food drive will take place at McCarren Park on Saturday, April 17
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