A group of residents that has twice sued the city for a controversial makeover of Fort Greene Park is seeking answers about the future of the green space as officials keep mum despite seemingly moving forward with the embattled scheme.
Get in a ghoulish mood and put the final touches on your costume to get ready for the Halloween festivities taking over the borough this month.
Brooklyn's parks get cinematic over the summer and this year there is something for everyone.
It's a classically inspired little temple, with high clerestory windows, and a series of classical columns flanking the entrances.
Local residents have been given access to a previously redacted report on the park's history and current condition, our sister publication Brooklyn Paper reports.
The plan is to make the park more accessible -- and better looking, new renderings reveal.
Learn more about Whitman's advocacy for Fort Greene Park with an upcoming walking tour.
The Urban Park Rangers will reveal how the Continental Army stayed alive during the harsh winter weather on the same ground that millions of Brooklynites trod today.
Two free tours happening May through October will explore the storied histories of Fort Greene Park and Wallabout.
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Luckily, thanks to the non-profit GrowNYC, we Brooklynites have access to year-round, locally grown and organic products in greenmarkets spread throughout the borough. Not only can you take care of the lion’s share of your food shopping directly from local farmers, but you can also recycle clothes and recyclable batteries and drop off fruit and vegetable scraps to be converted to compost. Many of the greenmarkets also accept EBT cards.
Following are seven greenmarkets you can find on the streets of Brooklyn.
Hours: Wednesdays, 8 a.m.–3 p.m.
Year-round vendors: American Seafood Wild, Bread Alone, Stony Mountain Ranch (grass-fed beef), Williams Fruit Farm
Bartel-Pritchard Sq photo courtesy of Facebook.