If you’re into fixies, races, or only-in-Brooklyn traditions, make sure to head to Red Hook this Saturday night for the Red Hook Criterium. In its fourth year, the fixed-gear, unsanctioned, generally badass race through the streets of Red Hook has graduated from its origins as a birthday race for local resident David Trimble to an international phenomenon that even has its own eponymous drink. Registration is already full for the bike race, but there’s still space available for the Red Hook Crit Run, a 5K race that’s making its debut in the US after a successful trial run in the RHC Milano; in any case, spectators and well-wishers are encouraged to line the roads and cheer on the racers. The main event starts at 9pm, and, for those who’d like to raise a glass to the competitors, an afterparty is planned for 10:30pm, at The Bell House.
“I feel different when I’m in a room of all women,” says Melissa Wong, New Women Space co-founder, sitting with co-founder Sandra Hong in the light-filled East Williamsburg space they’ve dedicated to female empowerment.
Here’s the scenario: You’re headed home after a long day at work and thinking about dinner. There’s a spot on the way that has both a butcher counter and a bar. The idea of ordering a pork loin and having a glass of wine while the butcher trusses it up causes the corners of your mouth to rise a bit. But does this magical place exist? It does in Brooklyn.
Unwavering in commitment to quality and family values are brothers Bob & Joe McClure, founders and business partners of McClure’s. For the past 10 years they’ve been creating and sharing their premium snacks, foods and beverages with us. Founded in 2006 in both Brooklyn & Detroit (think of them as sister cities when you consider […]
A few years ago Paula Mejia had to pick a topic to write for her thesis as a student at George Washington University’s English graduate program. Around that same time came the call for new proposals by Bloombury’s 33 1/3 book series, each of which spotlights a particular noteworthy album. “[Professor and author] Gayle Wald was […]
We are beyond excited for our first family food fair, One More Bite, this Sunday at The Green Building. As moms, we’re fully aware of the joy—and the frustration—that comes from feeding our kids. With that in mind, we’ve planned a day that (we hope) will make trying new foods fun. As your children work their […]