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- This is the End
- Stay Tuned For a Very Special Post
- Designing on an Endless Budget
- Happy Father’s Day Twice Over
- Rolling Up the Gates Storefront Stroll
- Upcoming Rally to Promote Peace and Empower Young People
- Upcoming Presentation on Autism and Youth Concert at St. George’s Church
- PACC Homeowner/Homebuyer Night
- Bed-Stuy Band Itchy Hearts Releases New Album
- Families Celebrate New Habitat for Humanity Homes
Author Archives: The Changeling
[ June 11, 2011; 2:00 pm to 5:00 pm. ]
The city decides to put the smackdown on illegal hostels, shuttering two in Bed-Stuy and two in Williamsburg.
The New York Times takes a tour of Herkimer Street, capturing the beauty of the buildings there.
Dope Jams is having a musical fundraiser for Japan’s earthquake victims on Saturday! For $10 you get DJs spinning, BBQ and a [...]
[ June 5, 2011; 5:30 pm to 7:00 pm. June 7, 2011; 8:00 pm to 9:30 pm. ]
I just received an email from the one and only Nathan Kensinger (photographer, film maker and film festival organizer) about the upcoming Brooklyn Film Festival. Kensinger is the director of programming for the BFF and he’s spreading the word about the BFF’s world premiere of a film called “Bed Stuy – Do Or Die” [...]
[ June 9, 2011; ] Discover Bed-Stuy is an annual event presented by the Bedford-Stuyvesant Youth, Education and Safety Task Force and Community Board 3 to expose residents of the wide range of resources available in our community. This year’s event takes place on Thursday, June 9th.
Here’s a list of workshops that are scheduled:
In case you haven’t heard yet, there’s a cool new french press & espresso bar in Bed-Stuy located at 505 Franklin Avenue (between Fulton and Hancock). It’s named Daily Press Bed-Stuy and owners Michael Zawacki and Sam Lutzer have done a great job turning the place into a cozy little coffee shop.
Sam Lutzer gives us the tour
I stopped by [...]
We’ve been getting a lot of emails about the latest addition to Patchen Avenue, the new eatery called Crave. The spot is located on Patchen between Macon and MacDonough, and most of you will remember that there have been A LOT of other eateries that have tried to make things work in this location. Let us do a recap, shall we?
By the time The Progressive Southside, [...]
[ May 21, 2011; 12:30 pm to 5:00 pm. ]
There’s a really cool event called Kick It! going on this Saturday at Lab 24/7, an underground space and incubator for creative projects.
Here’s the info from their website:
Kick it! is a series of demos by passionate people who are actively launching a creative project, business, community effort, etc. Based on the demos, the audience [...]
A tipster sent in these great photos of a new spot on Fulton Street called Blu York Coffee Lounge. The place is located across the street from Applebees and is owned by Bed-Stuy residents Ivan Giovanettina and Ian Robinson. From what we can see in the photos the place looks great and the tipster [...]
[ May 21, 2011; 9:00 am to 11:30 am. ]
[ May 21, 2011; 11:30 am to 3:30 pm. ]
What’s a clothing swap?
A clothing swap is an excellent way to recycle clothing and other wearables. It is a time-appropriate event for people who recognize that we need creative ways to re-new our wardrobes. It is a fun, smart, eco-friendly and inexpensive way to both de-clutter and refill our closets. At the same time, you [...]