It's around 7 p.m. on the hottest Friday in recent memory. On a roof in the Brooklyn Navy Yard overlooking smokestacks, shipyard cranes, and city bridges, the East River glittering quicksilver just beyond the dry docks, Brooklyn Grange managing partner Anastasia Cole Plakias points to a row of ruffled green leaves, streaked vibrant purple, and instructs me to pick... More >>>