Category: Brooklyn

Discover the Beauty of Your Inner Hipster At Little Skips

Discover the Beauty of Your Inner Hipster At Little Skips

[ 0 ] January 9, 2014 |

There’s a distinct delusion in the air. You can feel it deep down as awareness drops below your neck and mingles in your blood and then from the seat of your heart opens out to the world. It’s in that moment you perceive more than you can articulate. You’re unsure of the difference between your […]

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The Mysteries of Bushwick, Brooklyn

The Mysteries of Bushwick, Brooklyn

[ 0 ] December 6, 2013 |

What happens when you start to describe a neighborhood like Bushwick is that an unwarranted ego-identity begins to pops its ugly head out. It’s easy to conceptualize this place just as it is difficult to begin to describe it truthfully. It makes no difference if you were to paint the local zeitgeist in a negative […]

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Brooklyn by Neighborhood: A Love Letter

Brooklyn by Neighborhood: A Love Letter

[ 0 ] December 5, 2013 |

On Dec 5, 2013, at 7:18 AM, “A J” <xxxx@xx.xxx> wrote: Hi Lynnie, I hope you are having the time of your life on your trip. The pictures are amazing. I can’t believe you’ve been gone for like 8 months already! You’ve really inspired me and Mitch to do some serious traveling of our own. […]

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NYC by Neighborhood

NYC by Neighborhood

[ 0 ] November 14, 2013 |

New York City People often bite off more of New York City than they can chew. Not only is this hazardous while eating, but it also can have unhealthy repercussions when it comes to choosing what to do while you’re in the city. You must be careful to not choke on an itinerary made of […]

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Delectable Plates Served With a Wink and a Smile at Skytown

Delectable Plates Served With a Wink and a Smile at Skytown

[ 0 ] November 12, 2013 |

White Christmas lights behind the bar, a painting of an overweight child in a bob, mismatched chairs, and mason jars, mason jars and more mason jars. There isn’t much else inside of Skytown, the hipster central of Bushwick, BK. There isn’t much else outside of the restaurant either—at least nothing that stands out. Delis and […]

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Chasing Nostalgia at the Brooklyn Bike Park

Chasing Nostalgia at the Brooklyn Bike Park

[ 0 ] October 31, 2013 |

If you’re spending time in New York City and want to recoup a little of your lost childhood, point yourself in the direction of the old Domino Sugar Factory in Williamsburg, Brooklyn. At the base of the historic building, nestled just north of the Williamsburg Bridge, is the Brooklyn Bike Park. For $15 (a little […]

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Kosher Japanese Food?

Kosher Japanese Food?

[ 0 ] October 24, 2013 |

With lines out the door for ramen restaurants like Ippudo in the East Village and izakayas like Izakaya Ten in Chelsea, it was only a matter of time before a Japanese restaurant for customers with special dietary restrictions would come onto the scene–Shalom Japan. The name is pretty straightforward. It is Japanese cuisine for the Kosher […]

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The Best of Brooklyn Eats: Crown Heights

The Best of Brooklyn Eats: Crown Heights

[ 0 ] October 21, 2013 |

When we think about eating in New York, it’s easy to come up with a handful of restaurants or locations that are home to some of the most popular destinations. But what about the everyday New Yorker—are they really going to eat dinner in Time Square? Of course, the answer is “no.” For a Crown […]

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Glaze Through a Tour of New York City’s Most Scrumptious Doughnuts

Glaze Through a Tour of New York City’s Most Scrumptious Doughnuts

[ 0 ] October 21, 2013 |

I don’t mean to brag, but I love doughnuts so much that we served them, instead of cake, at my wedding. And lately, doughnuts seem to be the new cupcake, especially in NYC. Lucky me! Dough—Bed-Stuy, Brooklyn In my home state of California, the doughnut industry is ruled by mom-and-pop shops that dot the state […]

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