(Stork preparing to open last March)
Apparently March is anniversary month on Franklin (see the post below). Stork turns one (an appropriate age for a baby boutique) this weekend, and they're having a little party on Sunday to celebrate. From their press release:
Sunday, March 17
HAPPY BIRTHDAY STORK! - 1 YEAR AND COUNTING - 11am-7:00pm
Join us as we celebrate our 1-year anniversary. Drop by for special discount offers, tasty treats (by McDonald’s, Happy Baby Family, BCakeNY), goodie bags, raffle prizes (Dapple, Manhattan Toy, Enchanted Lion books) and more! View new Spring/Summer merchandise to include new exclusive clothing line fresh outta BROOKLYN. Other new brands include NUNUNU, Lucky Wang, Mini & Maximus, Indikidual, Peas & Queues, See Kai Run, Vans and Livie & Luca. Wish us “Happy 1st Anniversary” and receive 10% off your in-store clothing and shoe purchase. Discount excludes sale items.
Over in Gowanus, five local (Crown Heights/Bed-Stuy) artists are on display in the BRIC Arts show "Cultural Fluency: Engagements with Contemporary Brooklyn," curated by CH denizen Erin Gleason. ILFA dropped the ball on their Wednesday night opening, but you can still swing by to check out their work from Tuesday-Saturday in the BRIC Rotunda Gallery, and put April 4 on your calendar, when they'll host a Q&A with the artists and curator. They've also launched an online forum for the project here.
Finally, the Crow Hill Community Association Town Hall Meeting on March 23 is approaching rapidly. Follow the link above to get involved.
A few things ILFA missed this week:
- DNAInfo wrote up a Caribbean Ballroom showcase that took place last weekend.
- Reader John sent along photos of work progressing at Bob & Betty's II / Pulp & Bean II across Eastern Parkway:
- Finally, our local pols were on their soapboxes, with Congressman Hakeem Jeffries discussing the impact of the sequester on Sandy relief, Councilwoman (and candidate for Public Advocate) Tish James proposing a resolution to better engage communities on the building of nearby casinos, and Congresswoman Yvette Clarke took to the Congressional blog to discuss the Voting Rights Act.