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Daily Archives: January 31, 2013
Local writer A.N. Devers will be teaching a Creative Nonfiction course this winter/spring through the Sackett Street Writers’ Workshop. The 8-week class begins the week of February 11, and will be led out of A.N.’s apartment near 8th Avenue and Carroll Street. For $475, the course promises an exciting mix of writing and reading assignments
Hey everybody: let’s plan for a fun weekend, assuming we haven’t all been whisked far, far away by these ridiculous winds. Thursday, January 31 • The Gate is hosting an impressive Collaboration of Breweries event tonight, featuring brews from Greenport Harbor (including the debut of its Spring Turning Rye Saison 2013) and Ballast Point (with
Park Slope cuisine has gotten a couple of well-deserved shout-outs this week. First up, V Spot (156 Fifth Avenue) was highlighted at News 12 for their vegan nachos. The Latin restaurant (which also serves kosher and gluten-free dishes) is owned by Brooklyn native Alex Carabano, who tells News 12 that he’s hoping to serve people who are
It’s hard to miss the flash of neon blue at the corner of Dean Street and Flatbush. The storefront belongs to the independent T-shirt shop Brooklyn Rock, and it’s packing even more color and energy within its doors. The inventory is the work of husband and wife team Chris Smith and Yukiko Wada. The duo
Plan accordingly: we’ve got service changes this weekend on the F and G trains. If you’re relying on either train to get to 4th Avenue-9th Street, it’s going to be a little trickier than usual. No G trains between Hoyt-Schermerhorn Streets and Church Avenue 11:45 p.m. Friday – 5:00 a.m. Monday, February 1 – 4