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Cargo sailboat heads to Brooklyn with mushroom log cargo — arrives July 30

July 30 | Brooklyn Eagle Staff

The Schooner Apollonia, a sailboat that transports cargo sustainably on the Hudson River with wind power, returns to Red Hook, Brooklyn on July 30th. Only this time, in addition to an expanded lineup of sail freight items for individual pre-order, it arrives with a cargo of several tons of red oak logs for growing mushrooms! More on the unique mushroom growing partnership […]

11231: A Love Letter to the Neighborhood

July 7 | By Mapi Bartolome and Alejandro Castro

Mapi Bartolome and Alejandro Castro are an artistic duo and married couple based in Brooklyn. They have a background in cinematography and advertising, respectively, and share a passion for creating and producing film projects. Before the universe conspired to make their paths cross in NYC, they lived between 7 cities across 4 countries and 3 […]

Historic Red Hook waterfront vessels quiet, for now

October 16 | Raanan Geberer

Two historic retired vessels in the waters off Red Hook that serve the public are still closed due to the coronavirus pandemic, although one is still presenting programs in a temporary park nearby. The two are the Waterfront Museum, located at the foot of Conover Street, a former Lehigh Valley wooden railroad barge; and the […]

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