Leaving original details intact, the new owner of a well preserved brownstone renovates and decorates with fearless eclecticism and unique personal style.
Prospect-Lefferts Gardens was unusual when the duo first visited in 1974 and it remains unusual today because it is racially integrated.
The Bushwick-based artist's work incorporates objects he collects, including weeds, cigarette packets, chains, sticks and coffee cups among other commonplace debris.
When it opened in 2019, the quaint space in a historic building on a busy corner quickly attracted throngs of enthusiastic locals.
Don't miss advice from the founders of Bed Stuy’s BLK MKT Vintage, a Prospect Heights brownstone layered with artwork and vintage finds, and a community writing project that brought together Prospect-Lefferts Gardens.
Philanthropist Alfred Tredway White planted the seeds in the 1890s.
More than just clothing, the store specializes in sharing the stories — hence the store’s name, The Narativ — behind the brands stocked.
When the historic homes we live in and admire in Brooklyn today were spanking new, they were often enhanced with decorative painting.
In art and life, a painter and sculptor looks to the past to inform the present in Bed Stuy.
When Jill Schoolman founded Gowanus-based Archipelago Books in 2003, she wanted to broaden the literary landscape in the United States.