The iconic shop is known for its casual, colorful and creative Brooklyn vibe.
Now helming the Atlantic Avenue Local Development Corporation, Howard Kolins outlines the challenges local businesses are facing during the pandemic.
It opened in 2014 and was part of a mini empire of Greene Grape businesses on a two-block stretch of Fulton Street, including a grocery and wine shop.
Insurance companies have been refusing to pay claims, pointing to virus exclusions written into policies, according to our sister pub Brooklyn Paper.
A fixture on Bedford Avenue for more than 20 years, the arts-focused bookstore has put up a GoFundMe page to help them reopen after the shutdown.
Rather than completely shutting down, bookshops are delivering books to customers during the crisis, our sister pub Brooklyn Paper reports.
With long lines at grocery stores, Marine Park Hardware is seeing an uptick in sales of the locally produced sauce, our sister pub Brooklyn Paper reports.
One couple offering free meals specifically aims to feed laid-off restaurant workers.
The U.S. Chamber of Commerce and others are calling for the government to suspend payments of all kinds, including rents, mortgages, loans, payroll taxes, sales tax and utilities.
The move has nothing to do with coronavirus or lack of demand for their product.