Everlane will donate $20 from each sale to Edible Schoolyard NYC, and they’re hoping to raise $50,000 to support school garden initiatives in the city.
Grants ranging from $2,000 to $10,000 are now available for public health initiatives in Brownsville, Red Hook and Fort Greene.
You’ll be able to taste the collaborative beers alongside a contribution from each homebrewer and each brewery at tomorrow’s event.
We caught up with the popular Brooklyn blogger to chat about her maker collaborations and what it’s like to plan a dinner for 50.
They’ll reopen on Tuesday, June 23 with a new menu, a revamped cocktail program and a backyard garden.
The event, which is loosely based on A Midsummer Night’s Dream and promotes the New York Restoration Project, will take you to bars all over Brooklyn while chasing clues and solving riddles.
Since the event’s inception, the regional distilling world has exploded.
You’ll learn about seed-saving, edible forestry and water management from people who practice what they preach.
When she’s not busy in the kitchen, design student-turned-blogger-turned-61 Local chef Renee Baumann consistently inspires us with her blog “Kitchen Table Scraps.”
Creative types are fully capable of getting their act together and she’s here to help.
NeverSink’s first-ever batch is available at Prospect Wine Shop, Brooklyn Wine Exchange, the Greene Grape and a few other spots around the city.
This Greenpoint festival will bring the community together for free performances, fitness classes, food and more.