Thirty-one coffee shops in 2.18 square miles, but residents don’t feel this Brooklyn neighborhood is over-caffeinated.
It’s becoming difficult for producers of artisan goods to stay in their home borough, though the brand is a big selling point.
Photo via Flickr You don’t necessarily need dollars to buy a slice at Lean Crust Pizza at 737 Fulton Street in Brooklyn. Lean Crust is one of Dan Lee’s family-owned businesses that accept Bitcoin as a form of payment. What is Bitcoin? Well, I’m so glad you asked! Bitcoin is a form of […]
Unemployment figures are one thing. How about the price of bread, the size of the rent hike, or the going rate for balloons?
The Coney Island Public Library will reopen on October 23rd. It was one of five borough libraries devastated by Hurricane Sandy, and “was completely demolished,” said Debi Ryan, Development Director of Coney Island USA. “There was nothing you could really save.” Rebuilding the library cost $2.6 million, said David Woloch, Executive Vice President for External Affairs at […]
Boat captains and bait shops in Sheepshead Bay, hit hard by Sandy, have been seeing less business than usual.
Coney Island Open from The Brooklyn Ink on Vimeo. Spring may be late this year, but the historic Coney Island amusement parks have opened right on time. Five months after Hurricane Sandy flooded New York’s beach front playground, community residents and leaders worked around the clock to make sure the joy of the island did […]
Restored from the damage caused by the superstorm last year, Jane’s Carousel in Dumbo is quickly getting its business back to normal.
The rabbis and ministers of many synagogues and churches in Coney Island and Brighton Beach have said they desperately need the help of the government to rebuild because the donations they receive are not sufficient enough to cover the cost of the damage.
The Red Hook Fairway reopened on Friday after four months of post-Sandy reconstruction. A celebration featuring prominent politicians and hundreds of customers welcomed it back.