It’s a labor of love for these Brooklyn enthusiasts
Mondays after a holiday weekend are brutal. Thankfully, there are plenty of mood boosters to look forward to this week; see the lobster, Riesling, and other treats on this week's event line-up.
Looking for something to do that doesn't involve watching the World Cup? Here are five food events to consider.
"Hip-hop was set out in the dark/ They used to do it out in the park" begins MC Shan's classic 1986 single "The Bridge." Yes, it was a mere 30 years ago that the biggest hip-hop events of the year would go down in New York public parks and block parties. Fast forward a few decades and the neighborho ... More >>
Because we're still on a sugar rush from Oscar Murillo's exhibit that opened earlier this week, we're not about to lose momentum. Tonight, poet Aaron Belz and Mike Topp read at Hullabaloo Books in Crown Heights; tomorrow, the Tribeca Film Festival hosts a free street fair in the West Village; and do ... More >>
Brooklyn Zine Fest expands to two days
January 11, 2014 will be National Human Trafficking Awareness Day, which reminds America that over 20 million men, women, and children across the globe are enslaved and subject to countless kinds of abuse and injustices on a daily basis. Staying informed and giving back are minor ways of helping put ... More >>
Publishers love to send us cookbooks here at Fork in the Road, and often those books come straight from the chefs at some of New York's best restaurants. So we decided to share the love, and each week, we'll feature a new book, a recipe, and a few thoughts on cooking from the authors. Check back eve ... More >>
Every week, the Brooklyn Historical Society sends round a historic photo of Brooklyn. This weeks it's a shot from Ruby's Bar in Coney Island, taken during the 1985 World Series, a nail biter in which the Kansas City Royals edged out the St. Louis Cardinals four games to three. Ruby's has been a favo ... More >>
UARS -- the 6-ton satellite that just maybe was going to hit you -- fell back to earth sometime between 11:23 p.m. Friday and 1:09 a.m. Saturday EDT, NASA has said. But even though it "penetrated the atmosphere" over the Pacific Ocean, when and where it exactly fell is still unknown, so let t ... More >>
Mini guides to five waterfront neighborhoods worth your salt
A Bike Week Calendar