Innovation comes in many forms and not always ones created by fledgling start-ups (although there’s potential there, too).
Here’s what’s in jeopardy and how you can act locally to help.
The organizers are working towards opening the city’s first dog friendly café.
From its distillers to its chocolatiers, Industry City offers open doors and freedom of space to tenants and visitors alike. Here’s what to check out.
Food Business Pathways is a free course open to New York City Housing Authority residents and Section 8 recipients who want to launch food businesses.
From readings to summits to simple, seasonal cooking, there’s no reason to be bored.
Genspace is the country’s first nonprofit biotechnology lab dedicated to promoting science literacy and consumer empowerment at the community level.
Who should come? “The curious, the hungry and those willing to invest a little time into knowing how their food is produced.”
About a year ago, Adams transitioned to a vegan diet. Now a good chunk of his massive Borough Hall office serves as a kitchen.
A four-year-old Meetup group facilitates frequent baking days at the Old Stone House.
Each of these stories is proof that, regardless of the seasons or cliché, New York’s a place where most anyone or anything can start from scratch.
Bushwick-based BK ROT provides training and paid, part-time composting jobs for six young people in their teens and early twenties.