Spotlight on HealHaus by Shyda Hoque

I’ve been spending my summer at HealHaus in Clinton Hill which opened in May this year. The space spans 1100 sq ft and is a holistic wellness space that includes a yoga center, treatment spaces for accupuncture and other healing modalities plus a juice bar and cafe.  Upon walking in you are welcomed by the incredible design […]

Spotlight on Golda Cafe in Bed Stuy by Sunny (Najeong) Moon

Golda is a quaint neighborhood café serving delicious brunch specialties in Bedford-Stuyvesant. It’s an all-day restaurant serving new American fare with Middle Eastern flavors. Though Golda is set in a cozy and casual space, the menu is far from simple. Everything, including pastries and breads are baked in-house and there is a multi roaster coffee […]

Live Jazz at Putnam Triangle Plaza by Arthur and Darlene.

Earlier this month, locals around Putnam Triangle Plaza were treated to a wonderful outdoor performance from Patsy Grant and her jazz band. It was a perfect mild early-summer evening, with many people casually ambling about. The band began with an instrumental set sans-Patty, and then she joined them for a set of jazz tunes, as […]

Bed Stuy Biggie Mural No Longer Being Eliminated.

A couple of weeks ago we read this DNAInfo article about a Biggie Smalls mural in Brooklyn that was set to be destroyed so that the landlord could install new windows in his building.  The neighborhood of Bed Stuy, where the the Notorious B.I.G hails from and where this commemorative wall is located, was not happy […]

Bed Stuy Alive 2016! by Ronica Webb

Saturday October 8th marked the Annual 2016 Bed Stuy Alive! week-long festival. Restoration Plaza hosted the 8th Annual Tohma Y. Falkner award ceremony honoring some of Bed Stuy’s heroines that are doing some awesome community work and making a difference in the community. Though the kick-off gala already took place you still have 4 days to […]

Volunteer Walking Chaperones in BedStuy Keeping Residents Safe.

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Talented Teens Committed To Their Community by Darlene Miller

Charlene Spence Many teens today are in search of their true calling, to really know their purpose in life and to do their part for society.  Well its seems the Fields brothers, of Bedford-Stuyvesant, have done just that.  A publication with purpose.  Rusty and River Fields just launched a neighborhood newspaper “The Bainbridge Times” which […]

FAB Flicks June Line-Up.

FAB Flicks has begun and here is the line-up for Thursdays in June!  FAB Alliance partners with BAMcinematek to bring you these free outdoor flicks every Thursday starting at 8pm on the “lawn” at Putnam Triangle.  You can bring a chair order some food from a nearby restaurant or cafe and watch! The series for […]