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By Josefa Velasquez and Claudia Irizarry Aponte, THE CITY This article was originally published on Nov 2 at 7:40pm EST by THE CITY When voters in Williamsburg and Greenpoint cast […]
Williamsburg’s classic 24-hour eatery Kellogg’s Diner (518 Metropolitan Ave.), which dates back to the 1940s, is on the brink of closure as a result of the coronavirus pandemic while welcoming […]
Everyone’s in need of a little extra relaxation amidst the pandemic, and Bathhouse (103 North 10th St.) is here to provide some de-stressing. Williamsburg’s luxe spa-style bathhouse has been operating […]
A new small business is serving socially distant coffee with a concept that was brewed up amidst the pandemic. Espresso Paloma (117 Meserole Ave.), opened in a tiny storefront just […]
North Brooklyn has no shortage of specialty grocery stores and markets that have kept neighbors well-fed during the pandemic, and yet another will open this fall. Pop Up Grocer, the […]
On Wednesday, August 19, debut author Jordan Ifueko was scheduled to discuss her new YA fantasy, Raybearer, with Dhonielle Clayton, author and COO of We Need Diverse Books. The literary […]
A burglar broke into six businesses in Greenpoint and Williamsburg early Thursday morning, according to the NYPD. From approximately 1:20 a.m. – 2:10 a.m., one person, police suspect, robbed Upstate […]