New pop-up shop for the holiday shopping in Williamsburg, Brooklyn.
Christmas trees are a crop the same as cut flowers or broccoli. When you’re buying a live tree, you aren’t “killing” a tree any more than you would be “killing” a rose or a cauliflower.
Mathieu has many exciting exhibitions planned for the months to come. Mary Westring’s show will close November 29, to be followed by large photographs on canvas by Margaret Gosden.
The Domino project’s Uniform Land Review Process kicked off. Last night, to demonstrate the project’s perceived lack of substance, a community member walked up to the mic at PS 84 carrying a large carrot littered with buzzwords (affordable housing, jobs, vibrant, amenity) frequently used by Two Trees, the site’s developer.
The Domino Sugar Factory, a landmark site, is about to be demolished for more upscale residential/office space development—a la Bloomberg—and in several recent articles in the New York Times this has been taken as a fait accompli. Yet there is still a chance to stop it.
Tango and Cash back in the day, that was the best,” remembers Jimmy Morton, his eyes fluttering closed on the L-train, his lips fixed in a grin as if he’s remembering a lost love.