Next Thursday, November 8th, NYC Council Member Stephen Levin will hold a community meeting at the Dupont Senior Center (80 Dupont St.) for concerned parents to discuss the proposed site […]
AcousticaElectronica, NAG Gala, Roller Disco and Female Cinematographers — What’s Happening, Greenpoint? (10/10-10/16)
WEDNESDAY 10/10 ♫ Busty and the Bass @ Rough Trade (64 N 9th St.), 7pm, $20, Buy Tix ♫ The Midnight @ Brooklyn Steel (319 Frost St.), 8pm, $26, Buy tix ♫ Lost […]
325 Apartments to be Built on Nuhart Site
Nothing says toxic development quite like a state-level superfund site. But, Yoel Goldman, of All Year Management, a firm that toped Stabilizing NYC’s list of the city’s worst landlords, is […]
Soul Clap, Mack & Cheese Smack Down and Edible Landscaping — What’s Happening, Greenpoint? (3/14-3/20)
Anima Mundi Apothecary – WORKSHOP SERIES Make Your Own Miso, March 15th @ Anima Mundi Apothecary (35 Noble Street) from 7pm-9pm Register here. Covering the basic science behind making miso; both soy & non […]
Oil, Philanthropy, The Astral and Art: The Mixed Local Legacy of Charles Pratt
Perhaps there is no person in the long history of Greenpoint who had a bigger effect on our area than Charles Pratt. Pratt’s legacy, though is a mixed one: a […]
THIS THURSDAY (12/14): NAG Environmental Happy Hour!
Via Neighbors Allied for Good Growth: Do you want to get involved with a North Brooklyn neighborhood group? Do you care about environmental issues? Join us for a drink! The […]
Neighbors Allied For Good Growth Fundraiser Gala This Thursday (10/26)!
Neighbors Allied For Good Growth (NAG), is a long standing community group made up of dedicated local activists that volunteer their time. If you’re not already aware, NAG was instrumental […]
Free Lunch & Help Clean Up Greenpoint Today (7/8)!
Neighbors Allied for Good Growth and Greenpoint Chamber are hosting the 10th Curb Your Litter: Greenpoint, their second clean-up day this year, on TODAY, July 8th. Street litter will be picked up in Northwest Greenpoint […]
Get Dirty: FREE Soil Testing For Three Weekends!
Graham stop, Williamsburg, circa 2005. My mid-20s Brooklyn newbie roommates and I had a garden in our backyard, and we grew tomatoes, sunflowers, peppers and zucchini. But after one of our zucchinis […]
Two Food Sustainability Workshops Next Wednesday At A/D/O
A/D/O (29 Norman Ave.) will play host to two workshops about food sustainability and how it relates to the restaurant industry next Wednesday, March 22nd from 9am-11:30am. The workshops are free, and there’ll be […]