via neighborhoodr-prospectheights (aka my alter ego): One of our favorite Brooklyn establishments, the Brooklyn Brainery, is looking for a new home. They host amazing classes on every topic imaginable, and will also be a coworking space. Blog readers, I challenge you to help bring the Brainery to our wonderful Prospect Heights neighborhood! You’ll be rewarded… Continue reading Help the Brooklyn Brainery find a new space!
Will the needle ever swing? Hope not, because it’s painted! Fun adventure tip: go find where in NYC this lives! Tip: it’s near a Wheel of Fortune that sometimes brings good tidings.
These guys: hid a treasure in NYC and gave clues to find it! And not just ANY treasure…. $10,000! We Lost our Gold uses videos and Twitter to give clues to where the money is hidden, and to get folks out and about in the city. I’m very interested to learn more about how this… Continue reading Wow! A $10,000 real life treasure hunt!!
anyone want to go exploring with me in the next two weeks?Floor plan of the New York Public Library
OH MY GOSH I’M ONE OF THE 500 PEOPLE SELECTED FOR THIS INCREDIBLE NIGHT AT THE NEW YORK PUBLIC LIBRARY! AK!(Source: http://www.youtube.com/)
#keytocity I’m SO psyched to be the new proud owner of a key to the city. Of course, under Paul Ramírez Jonas’ new project, lots of people have access to one. Now through labor day, I can open more than 20 different gates, boxes, and doors throughout all five boroughs of New York. After waiting in line… Continue reading Key to the City – Secrets Abound in NYC
I did an all-day scavenger hunt yesterday through Metro Metro (they’re awesome) that took place mostly on Governors Island. I had never been there and honestly had to look up where it was (wee bit southeast of South Street Seaport in Manhattan) and what mode of transportation you use to get there (answer). Even though… Continue reading Governor’s Island is basically awesome