Pork Slope: Neighborhood Beat Park Slope

Inspired by Patrick Swayze’s 1989 action film, “Road House” and started by Celebrity Chef Dale Talde alond with 2 other partners, Pork Slope has become a neighborhood favorite. It’s nestled in what was Aunt Suzie’s – serving up traditional American fare, mouth watering BBQ, other pork selections, and a marvelous selection of local beers and whiskeys. The kitchen serves ’til 2am, the bar pours ’til 4, and the music is straight up rock n’ roll! For more information on Pork Slope contact: http://www.porkslopebrooklyn.com

From Brooklyn Independent Television’s Neighborhood Beat Park Slope Ep. 49 Original airdate:3/7/13 http://www.bricartsmedia.org/bit

Gowanus Industrial Arts Complex: Neighborhood Beat BoCoCa/Gowanus

When hurricane Sandy hit, it sent nearly six feet of polluted canal and salt water seeping in the Gowanus Industrial Arts Complex, which houses several businesses. We stopped by Build It Green! NYC and The New York Art Foundry businesses to see how they are continuing to recover and thrive, after the storm. For more information on Build It Green! Contact NYC http://www.bignyc.org; For more information on http://www.newyorkfoundryinc.com

From Brooklyn Independent Television’s Neighborhood Beat BoCoCa/Gowanus Ep. 49 Original airdate: 2/14/13 http://www.bricartsmedia.org/bit

Pizza Cotta Bene: Neighborhood Beat BoCoCa/Gowanus

Translated roughly as Pizza done well, Cotta Bene serves delicious authentic Italian pizza, along with other delectable dishes, right here in the heart of Gowanus. Join me as I get a pizza making lesson from pizza chef sweet Lou….I’m getting hungry just thinking about it. For more information on Pizza Cotta Bene contact http://www.cottabenepizza.com

From Brooklyn Independent Television’s Neighborhood Beat BoCoCa/Gowanus Ep. 49 Original airdate: 2/14/13 http://www.bricartsmedia.org/bit

Kim Hill: Neighborhood Beat Bed-Stuy

Kim Hill is a multi-faceted and creative Individual. Although she?s originally from Syracuse, this L.A transplant has recently migrated back to her East coast roots. Bed-Stuy is now home and it serves as the backdrop to her life soundtrack as she navigates a balanced world of artiste, foodie and motherhood. For more information on Kim Hill contact:
http://www.kimmykim.com

From Brooklyn Independent Television’s Neighborhood Beat: Bed-Stuy, episode 60. Original air date: 1/24/2013. http://www.bricartsmedia.org/bit

Celestino: Neighborhood Beat Bed-Stuy

Charming Italian owner, rustic decor, deliciously fresh innovative seafood dishes, but best of all, it’s in the neighborhood! It’s still a bit of a secret, so let’s check it out before it becomes the talk of the town and we can’t get a table! . For more information on Celestino contact http://facebook.com/Celestino.Brooklyn

From Brooklyn Independent Television’s Neighborhood Beat: Bed-Stuy, episode 60. Original air date: 1/24/2013. http://www.bricartsmedia.org/bit

Bed-Stuy Campaign Against Hunger: Neighborhood Beat Bed-Stuy

They operate New York City’s largest emergency food pantry, run a green urban farming initiative and provide a long list of other resources. And when Hurricane Sandy came storming through, they were right there helping Brooklyn and other communities bounce back. Let’s visit The Bed-Stuy Campaign Against Hunger. For more information on The Bed-Stuy contact http://bedstuyagainsthunger.org

From Brooklyn Independent Television’s Neighborhood Beat: Bed-Stuy, episode 60. Original air date: 1/24/2013. http://www.bricartsmedia.org/bit

36th Annual Brighton Jubilee: Brooklyn By The Sea

Pat Singer founded the Brighton Neighborhood Association in 1977 as a way to save her beloved Brighton Beach from the downward spiral of many Brooklyn neighborhoods during that time. Then a single mother, she went door to door to rally support and launched the first Brighton Jubilee. Now, 36 years later, it has become an annual tradition filled with great food, local vendors, committed sponsors, musical acts, kiddie activities, along with volunteers and members of the Brighton Neighborhood Association.

From Brooklyn Independent Television’s Neighborhood Beat: Brooklyn By The Sea. Original airdate: 9/27/12. http://www.bricartsmedia.org/bit

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