Whole Foods to Open Low-Cost Store in Fort Greene; Cookie Dough Restaurant Opening Soon; Brooklyn Brewery Staying in W'Burg

brooklyn brewery | Williamsburg, Brooklyn.
brooklyn brewery | Williamsburg, Brooklyn.
Photo: kiminnyc

There is a lot of stuff going on the City, and we can't write about it all. Here are some interesting things some of our friends have written up lately.

  • 6sqft The First Presidential Inauguration Was Held in New York City in 1789
  • Brokelyn Score Coffee and a Fancy Donut for $3 at This Williamsburg Resto
  • Curbed NY Two Bridges Residents Want to Delay Spate of Waterfront Skyscrapers
  • Daytonian in Manhattan Bon-Bons, Butter and Dish Drainers - No. 154 Chambers St.
  • Forgotten NY WOODMAN'S GATE, Central Park
  • Guest of a Guest An All Cookie Dough Restaurant Is Opening in NYC
  • New York Times Brooklyn Brewery, Known Worldwide, Isn’t Leaving Its Williamsburg Home
  • Serious Eats Special Sauce: Marcus Samuelsson on Fried Chicken, Russian Invasions, and Jazz
  • The Real Deal New York Whole Foods to Open "365" Concept Store in Fort Greene
  • Thrillist Why Del Posto's 100-Layer Lasagne Is Still an Essential NYC Dish
  • Untapped Cities Cities 101: How Does Public Art Get Commissioned and Installed in NYC?

[COMIC] Artist Explores How New Franchises Try to Bridge Gap with Bushwick Residents

New Franchises Try to Bridge Gap with Bushwick Residents
New Franchises Try to Bridge Gap with Bushwick Residents
Photo: Jeremy Nguyen

Jeremy Nguyen is a cartoonist based in Bushwick and has lived in the area for the past three years. He writes and illustrates "Stranger Than Bushwick" for Bushwick Daily, and his illustrations have appeared on College Humor, Oyster Reviews, comiXology, and Comic Book Resources.