It’s a fish market, but there’s no ice. Instead, the tuna belly, king mackerel, and sea trout rest on pottery as colorful as their contents in a 39-degree glass case […]
Weekend Music: Hanami vs. Myrtle Manor (4/7 – 4/10)
Had some friends return from Japan recently and they couldn’t stop talking about how clean and orderly everything was. They were there for hanami, too, the Japanese ritual of going […]
Eight Greenpoint Artists Working Their Magic with Ceramics
Humans have been making pottery objects for at least 27,000 thousand years—let that sink in for a moment—and the earliest ceramics were either made simply from clay or from a […]
NYC Art X Sweet Treat 311 Fundraiser at Cafe Edna Tonight (7/10)
Local artist Hannah Simmons and Greenpointers Market coordinator Yuka Miyata are fundraising to bring an important art project to children in an area of Japan that is still recovering from […]
05.15.14 Mixtape // Imperial Topaz
Serene electronic duo Imperial Topaz cobbled together this week’s cheerful mix. …anyone else hear that ice-cream truck jingle?
McCarren Park Tree Decorated for 3/11 Japanese Earthquake & Tsunami Memorial
If you see this beautifully decorated tree in McCarren Park today, feel free to take an ornament in remembrance of the Earthquake and Tsunami that devastated Japan on 3/11/11.
Featured Vendor: Isshimo
With over 70 vendors there are over 70 reasons to come to our Holiday Market this Sunday 12/8/13! Here is just one: Japanese Honey Sponge Cake aka Kasutera! I discovered the […]
Precious Ooze: Internet Recap (mid-April Edition)
This article made possible by a donation to our Writer’s Fund by Anonymous. Internet trends come and go and if you’re not paying attention, you’ll miss out on some interesting social science […]