The time has come to dig those old velvet bell bottoms out of the closet, adjust your mental boob tube to be on a properly fabulous wave of turbulence, and get down with the nostalgia for the Greenpointers Winter of Love Valentine’s Market this Sunday, February 11! The far out event is finally just days away, but don’t have a cow if you haven’t picked the perfect outfit yet – you’ve still got three days.
As a reminder, the Market is this Sunday, February 11th, from 1-7pm in the Greenpoint Loft (67 West St., 5th Floor). It would be radical if you RSVPed on Facebook!
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Find them in the neighborhood at Burson & Reynolds (649 Manhattan Ave), Usha Veda Yoga (1002-1006 Manhattan Ave), or fellow vendor Treehouse Brooklyn (430 Graham Ave)!
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Orange hues & earthy rust tones, spicy & sweet flavors, warm cocktails & cold seasonal ales, cool Autumn days & toasty nights… ’tis the season to cozy up and get inspired by unlikely pairs. That’s why for our Fall Market on Sunday, October 25th, we’re excited to see the beautiful Greenpoint Loft come alive with a Foliage & Foragers themed day filled with FREE activities, refreshments, epic local shopping, live music, and most importantly the good people of Greenpoint!
Each first Sunday of the month we have a Sunday Supper at a new location in Greenpoint with a new chef and each first Sunday Supper of the month I am nervous! There is a lot to do and a lot of unknowns. Like will it rain? Do we have enough utensils? Will the chef be on time?
Sunday Supper #7 was particularly more stressful because I was the chef and I suffer from Food Anxiety – which is a clinical neurological condition that involves worrying about making enough food for your guests. One of the symptoms is making way too much food! Everyone in my entire crazy family has this problem – it’s a genetic mutation on the Sicilian strand of DNA I inherited from my father Rocco. Continue reading →