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Brooklyn

  1. groceries
    Red Hook Will Get to Keep Its Biggest Grocery Store After AllThe new buyer sounds better than Fairway, too.
  2. scenes
    The Brooklyn Block Party That Doesn’t StopDancing in the street at St. James Joy in Clinton Hill.
  3. business
    He’s a Navy SEAL Who Makes Precision Lasers. Why Did He Just Buy Ample Hills?“We’re not here to spin anything, except ice cream.”
  4. the wedding files
    A Zoom Wedding Only Two Digital Creatives Could ProduceThe couple coordinated multiple video segments, breakout rooms, and a dance party.
  5. the wedding files
    The Anti-Spectacle Wedding That Turned Into a SpectacleBrooklyn Bridge Park was the site of their first date, proposal, and wedding.
  6. phase two
    How a Restaurant ReopensBefore customers arrive, a million decisions must get made.
  7. good things
    A New Culinary Collective Aims to Empower LGBTQ MakersTotes Gay is run by the people behind MeMe’s Diner and Queer Soup Night.
  8. gallery
    The Look Book Goes to Natty GardenA Saturday at the Prospect Heights plant shop where customers popped in for preordered pothos, eucalypti, and ZZ’s.
  9. look book
    The Look Book Goes to The FlyThe socially distanced line for pre-batched martinis and dry-brined chickens in Bed-Stuy.
  10. life in pictures
    The Brooklyn Borough President Sleeps at His DeskEric Adams, encamped at Borough Hall.
  11. space of the week
    Getting by With a Little Art From Your FriendsArtist Katie Stout and her husband are in quarantine in their Fort Greene apartment, which feels a bit enchanted.
  12. Inside Athena Calderone’s Elegant Brooklyn BrownstoneThis gut-renovated townhouse is the perfect blend of classicism and modernism.
  13. openings
    Can New Brooklyn Save Old Brooklyn?The long life, ignominious death, and crowdfunded rebirth of Gage & Tollner.
  14. openings
    Inside Brooklyn’s First Ham BarThe new bar & Sons is dedicated to American-made hams and wine.
  15. disappearances
    Missing 14-Year-Old Girl Returns Home After 5-Day DisappearanceJenna Alexa Hospedales had last been seen leaving Brooklyn Technical High School on January 9.
  16. crime
    Why Did a Secret Service Agent Kill a Pet Dog?A man and his girlfriend were out for a walk with his Belgian shepherd in Brooklyn when an off-duty agent fired a fatal shot.
  17. hot shot
    Where Do I Know This Woman From?I think I’ve seen her in Bushwick before.
  18. new york celebrities
    Brooklyn’s Most Famous Raccoon Continues to Evade AuthoritiesChepe the Trash Panda lives in the subway system and will not be caged.
  19. sweet tooth
    5 Must-Eat Items From Brooklyn’s Best New Pastry CasesAn all-in-one breakfast muffin, an impressive update to the classic lemon bar, and more.
  20. in food conversation
    Why the Whole Bowl Is Secretly Brooklyn’s Most Exciting New Restaurant“It’s the West Coast hippie version of halal-cart white sauce.”
  21. digestivi
    It’s Bitter. It’s Bespoke. And It’s the New Restaurant Flex.Custom-made amaro is starting to pop up at bars and restaurants around New York City.
  22. field notes
    A Restaurant Critic Walks Into a Wegmans …Adam Platt finds high-end cocktails, lots of parking, and an unnervingly chipper staff.
  23. openings
    Cosmico Is a Latin Wine Bar From the Colonia Verde TeamThe new space, attached to Williamsburg’s National Sawdust venue, opens tonight.
  24. the front lines
    Wegmania Arrives in Brooklyn“Wegmans is more than a grocery store — it’s a religion.”
  25. restaurant review
    Red Hook Tavern Is an Homage to the Past in Every WayHometown Barbecue’s Billy Durney has designed his new venture as a tribute to the intimate corner taverns of his youth.
  26. openings
    A Brooklyn Restaurant Opens With a Bold Idea: No Chef and No TrashRhodora Wine Bar is slated to be New York’s first true zero-waste restaurant.
  27. problem solving
    31 Ideas for Renting an Apartment in New YorkCraigslist is a wasteland, Zillow owns everything, so try these slightly off-kilter, in-the-side-door tips instead.
  28. fall preview 2019
    King Princess Is Ready for the ThroneIt’s time to bend the knee to Brooklyn queer pop royalty.
  29. fall preview 2019
    Sahadi’s Is Baking Bread and Serving Booze at Its Industry City OutpostThe Middle Eastern bazaar’s first major expansion in 71 years features saj sandwiches and cocktails.
  30. music
    Inside Brooklyn’s Newest Day-to-Night Vegan Music VenuePublic Records is a sort of postindustrial student union for postcollegiate adults looking for a way to spend their days.
  31. morning fix
    How Can a Single Cup of Coffee Possibly Cost $10?In the East Village, one cup of Joe costs as much as a month of Apple Music.
  32. more like noped
    Mopeds Are Coming for New York CityAnybody with a driver’s license can rent a Revel moped. Which seems potentially dangerous.
  33. space of the week
    An Elegant Duplex Where Simple Moves Made a Big DifferenceThe owners of this lower-level unit in a Clinton Hill townhouse felt the developer’s tasteful renovation needed a tweak to jibe with their style.
  34. the dish
    A Nice Pastrami Sandwich for Noshers Not FressersShalom Japan’s excellent new Wagyu pastrami sando is like Katz’s meets (a Tokyo) 7-Eleven.
  35. openings
    Edie Jo’s Is Prospect-Lefferts Gardens’ Newest Neighborhood JointThe American restaurant is run by industry vets Doug Friedman and Ben Toro, and traffics in Denver roasts, vegan muffulettas, and Negronis for two.
  36. parenting
    A Class Riot Among the One Percent at Brooklyn’s Oldest Nursery SchoolWhat happened when Grace Church School decided to become a little less old-fashioned? Lots of parent-teacher drama.
  37. openings
    A Midwestern Supper Club Has Landed in Bushwick — Is It Any Good?A Wisconsin native weighs in on Brooklyn’s brand-new Badger State import.
  38. real estate
    The Last Residents of the Hotel BossertWhat’s it like to live in a nearly abandoned building?
  39. interior lives
    Artist Malene Barnett Takes Us Inside Her Caribbean-Inspired Brooklyn BrownstoneThe space is rich with color and art.
  40. talking books
    Novelist Nicole Dennis-Benn on Coming Out and Finding HomeThe Jamaican-born Brooklynite’s second novel, Patsy, reinvents the immigrant story.
  41. openings
    Inside Maison Yaki, the New Restaurant From Team OlmstedChef Greg Baxtrom is doubling down on the accessibility and affordability that made his first restaurant a hit.
  42. bars
    A Sober Person Walks Into a Nonalcoholic Bar …I used to love bars until I gave up drinking. Can a new, zero-proof bar rekindle some of the fun?
  43. tribes
    A Sunny Saturday at Brooklyn’s Most Instagrammable IntersectionTaking stock of the photogenic scene at the corner of Washington and Water Streets.
  44. design
    Brand-new Cafés, Striving to Look Old-fashionedAs nondescript glass skyscrapers sprout across the five boroughs, designing with an eye to the city’s history is more important than ever.
  45. beer
    How One Brooklyn Brewery Blew Up by Embracing Beer’s Dank, Juicy FutureFive years in, Other Half shows no signs of slowing down.
  46. restaurant review
    Oxalis Is Not Your Garden-Variety Neighborhood BistroYoung chef Nico Russell has ambition and creativity to spare at his fine-dining restaurant in Crown Heights.
  47. space of the week
    A Spanking-New Dumbo Condo With Warmth and CharacterCaroline Grant and Dolores Suarez of Dekar Design turned this cookie-cutter apartment into a cheerful, cozy nest for a mother and her baby daughter.
  48. cooking
    Rice Cakes Fundido Are the Korean-Swiss-Mexican Mash-up You Need Right NowAt Brooklyn’s Haenyeo, chef Jenny Kwak has created a new type of multicultural food.
  49. awards
    Food & Wine Shares Its List of Great Restaurants to Work ForThe publication hired James Beard award–winning investigative reporter Tracie McMillan to lead the inaugural effort.
  50. space of the week
    A Historic Brooklyn Townhouse With Some Very Modern InterventionsThis home in Prospect Lefferts Gardens manages to stay in character while getting some major upgrades to the kitchen, bathrooms, and living spaces.
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