Williamsburg will soon lose two more beloved galleries. The Hogar Collective, which has graced Grand Street for the last eight years, closes shop at the end of February, and Capricious Space disappears as of mid-March.
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Photo: Luna Park CB1 rejects liquor license, says “We are trying to prevent gang activity in the neighborhood”/ “The area is becoming unlivable.” [Brooklyn Paper] Are you P.M. Corsetti? Well, someone on Kent has your Passport. [new york sh*tty] N.5th residents hate this roof and its parties. [Curbed]
Photo: Visage of Scott Rosenwach Wood Tank Company up in flames. [Brownstoner] The G-train officially heads to Prospect Park. [Only the Blog Knows Brooklyn] 18 stalled construction sites in Williamsburg. [NY Post] Greenpoint home to counterfeit Mister Softee operations. [Philadelphia Inquirer via Brooklyn 11211]
The North Brooklyn Public Art Coalition (NbPac) has been working hard on the India Street Mural Project for a few months now and it looks like they’ve made some serious progress (above). In tune with the coalitions goal of beautifying Williamsburg, Greenpoint and Bushwick through public art, the North Brooklyn Public Art Coalition will hold more…