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How can a small Brooklyn business help bring a community together on the other side of the world? See for yourself—and join the discussion this Thursday, 11/7 at 7pm.
Ponchos, plaid, and lots of sweaters—as the Flea enters its last month of the season in the great outdoors, it's not just the leaves that are turning. Fleasters are rocking their fall colors too.
The textile designer, style-guru, and author of Made by Hand comes to Fort Greene this Saturday to spread the D.I.Y. spirit—and sign some books.
In search of the best and brightest at our new Slope spot.
Halloween is only a week away! Before you head to the factory costume store, stop by Park Slope, Fort Greene, or Williamsburg this weekend. Our vintage vendors may have just what you need to get your costume sorted—and you can always pick up a few other must-haves along the way.
Colin Spoelman and David Haskell (founders of Kings County Distillery) present The Kings County Distillery Guide to Urban Moonshining: How to Make and Drink Whiskey, a canvas of whiskey’s history and culture from 1640 to today, as part of Greenlight's Brooklyn Chefs Series, 12:30-2:30pm
This weekend, cider makers from the Northeast and across the country converge in New York City and the Hudson Valley to celebrate orchard-based libations and the revival of the heirloom apple varieties that are used in the fermenting process. Swing by Smorgasburg this Saturday to drink an apple and save an orchard. We'll have 4 ciders for sampling on tap!
Check out Cool Hunting's "hearthwarming" 4 minute film on the serious labor that goes into Smorg and Flea vendor PizzaMoto's wood-fired, oven-making process.
A pumpkin patch, pumpkin decorating, temporary tattoos, a petting zoo, assorted games, crafts, and a raffle—all free and right next to Saturday's Smorgasburg from 10-2pm! So bring the family and have some fun.
Masala Tacos, Malaysian Rendang Curry, sauces galore—and some serious sweets.