A rebellion is brewing among WeWork tenants. Small business owners are bristling at the shared office giant’s demand that they continue paying rent at locations that remain open, despite a wave of stay-at-home orders in major cities around the world.
The unprecedented situation presented by COVID-19 has created challenging times for all, with breweries as no exception.
NY Post reports that then Marco Perry and Kathy Larchian started their Brooklyn-based product design firm, Pensa, finding a mentor was hard.
In 1871 Henry Grimm was ahead of the game. He purchased the northwest corner lot at 100th Street and Broadway—then called the Boulevard—and erected a building.
The Pabst’s Harlem Restaurant And Dance Hall was erected in Harlem, NY in 1900, it was opened by Captain Frederick Pabst founder of the Pabst Brewing Company as part of a nationwide program for promoting its beer.
Developers would like to convert a century-old East Harlem building that once served as a brewery into housing and workspace for artists.
Tyler Perry’s Too Close To Home debuts on Monday, August 22, 2016, at 9pm ET/PT with a two-hour premiere. An 8-part drama, Too Close To Home, tells the story of a young woman from a modest upbringing who discovers she may have a bright future in Washington D.C.’s fast-paced political scene.
First Run Features announces the US theatrical premiere of Ivy Meeropol’s documentary INDIAN POINT at The Film Society of Lincoln Center in New York on July 8, 2016, with Los Angeles to follow on July 22, 2016 at Laemmle Theatres.
With a number locations in Harlem, Starbucks today announced a new lineup of cold beverages that will become the foundation for a new “cold bar” of coffee and espresso products.
Celeste Beatty is something of a rarity in the craft beer world: she’s a woman, and she’s African-American. There are so few black small-batch brewers that none of the official bodies in this growing, lucrative industry have even thought to collect data on race.
Crains New York reports that when the definitive history of New York’s resurgence is written, one of the pivotal players will be Harlem’s Abyssinian Development Corp., the church-based housing and social-services organization that the Rev. Calvin Butts led to resurrect a neighborhood that once symbolized urban collapse.
On the morning of October 12, residents of the prestigious Columbia University/New York Presbyterian’s Family Residency Programs received some demoralizing news.