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Schermerhorn project is outside landmark district lines, has Chinese heritage issues

This is a tale of two townhouses standing side by side on Schermerhorn Street. … Full Article

Kings County Distillery heads to Bushwick to expand

Whiskey Whiskey My Old Friend, I've Come To Talk With You Again. Milk Of Mercy, Please Be Kind. … Full Article

Four reasons foodies love Bushwick

Night And Day, You Are The One — for Brooklyn foodies. That's Bushwick we're talking about. Gourmet eaters would looove the micro greens grown at the neighborhood's very own aquaponic farm, Edenworks. But its vegetables are being sold solely to restaurants. … Full Article

Fish on the roof — and micro basil, too — in Bushwick

Up in the air, tilapia swim. In Bushwick, you can say such a thing and nobody can call you crazy. Fine fish are frolicking by the tubful on the roof of an industrial building at the corner of Bushwick and Johnson avenues. … Full Article

Landmarks hearing about the Pavilion Theater is postponed

Attention preservation-minded Park Slopers! The city Landmarks Preservation Commission's public hearing on the proposed condo conversion of the Pavilion Theater has been postponed.  … Full Article

A new arrival on Wythe Avenue

What do we think of when we think of Wythe Avenue? The Wythe Hotel. Brooklyn Bowl. Restaurants such as Rosarito Fish Shack and 12 Chairs Café. Heatonist, a shop devoted entirely to selling hot sauces. … Full Article

Cool places on Kent Avenue

You don't have to be a hipster to love Kent Avenue. Williamsburg's waterside avenue has lots of spots that charm non-hipsters, with the landmarked Domino Sugar Refinery being Numero Uno on the Hit Parade, of course. Even the avenue's graffiti is nifty-looking. … Full Article

How Sweet It Is: A ferry visit to the Domino Sugar site

The coolest thing in Williamsburg is the ferry. This is especially true in summer, when passengers can stand out on the deck and take photos without their fingers turning into wind-whipped icicles. … Full Article

Pavilion Theater condo-conversion plan heads for Aug. 4 Landmarks hearing

One Park Slope resident thinks it looks like “a penitentiary in Sunset Park.” Another believes it's “more appropriate to SoHo” because of the “grid” of industrial-style windows that covers its façade. … Full Article

Consecration of two new auxiliary bishops brings in dignitaries from around the world

The Roman Catholic Diocese of Brooklyn now has five auxiliary bishops to serve its wide and diverse geographical area. This week, dozens of church dignitaries from the Roman Catholic and Eastern Rites came to the Borough of Churches to co-consecrate the Most Rev. … Full Article


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