The petition asserts that Bushwick deserves affordable housing, but not at the expense of green space.
Learn more about how the food system will adapt to climate change in the not-at-all-distant future.
The Taste of NYC Fancy Food Fellowship is meant to elevate promising immigrant entrepreneurs in the food community and facilitate networking between new producers and retailers, distributors, restauranteurs and investors.
The event comes to Astor Center in NoHo on March 10.
Each month they turn Tom Shillue’s Funny Story into a podcast for those of us that can’t (or won’t) trek to Williamsburg on a weeknight.
The panel consists of an ecologist, a biologist and a sculptor who will look closely at our relationship to the weeds that share our streets.
Set for February 19, the dinner will support an organization that represents, organizes and engages young farmers.
We’ve invited several distinguished panelists to share their stories and answer your questions at “Sell It Like It Is!” at the Brooklyn Brewery on February 4.
This year, you can take a deep breath, make some soon-to-be-forgotten Lent resolutions and trudge through the mounds of slush to the Irondale Center to partake in some good old-fashioned Mardi Gras-style debauchery.
The price of the class includes a guided tour through the entire ice cream-making process by owner Brian Smith.
A portion of the proceeds from the Brooklyn event will go to the New York State Distillers Guild, which supports local distilleries by lobbying on their behalf in Albany.
They’ll officially open on January 15, but if you can’t wait until then (me neither) they’re hosting a sneak peek every night this week from 7:00—9:00 p.m.