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PHOTOS: Brooklyn Bike Park Marries the Mind of David Byrne to the Art of KAWS

Wednesday, September 04, 2013

Biking to BAM? Lock up your wheels on the newest invention in the David Byrne Alphabet. The musician/writer teamed up with a local artist to create a bike parking area unveiled Wednesday at the Brooklyn Academy of Music.

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Last Chance Foods

Last Chance Foods: Miracle or Just Moringa?

Friday, August 23, 2013

Moringa is a plant so nutrient-dense and hardy that it could help nourish people in developing nations. It can also be found at one Brooklyn farmers market, said GrowNYC's Christopher Wayne. Try farmer Hector Tejada's recipe for sauteed corn with moringa. 

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WNYC News

Major BAM Development to Move Forward After Delays

Monday, June 17, 2013

The city council approved a 32-story, mixed-use apartment building and cultural center known as BAM South on Monday.

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Features

New Brooklyn Writers Join Old Hands at Fort Greene Park Lit Fest

Wednesday, August 17, 2011

On Saturday, some 30 young writers will read poetry and fiction alongside well-known Brooklyn writers at Fort Greene Park's monument. The younger set, aged 7 to 17, has worked with the New York Writers Coalition on honing their creative writing chops this summer. Listen to their poems here.

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Features

Residents Pick up on New Directional Signs in Brooklyn

Wednesday, July 27, 2011

Out-of-towners in Downtown Brooklyn can now use 78 new directional signs to keep from getting lost in the borough. The signs are complete with colorful maps, points of interest and quotes paying homage to Brooklyn residents. The last one was installed a few weeks ago.

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Features

Aluminum Goat Sculptures Land in Fort Greene Park

Wednesday, June 01, 2011

If you walk by two inanimate goats and a deer at the entrance plaza of Fort Greene Park in Brooklyn on Wednesday, don’t be alarmed. “Ancient,” “Goatie Boy” and “Goat as Wolf” are sculptures by Ruth McKerrell made of reclaimed Styrofoam cast in aluminum.

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