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Lorimer Stop Gets a Nice New Place For Quaffing Coffee

(Photo: Jaime Cone)

(Photo: Jaime Cone)

The area off the Lorimer stop has never been as coffee congested as Bedford Avenue, but that’s starting to change. In the former home of Tedone Latticini Dairy Products on Metropolitan Avenue, Black Star is now offering pastries and sandwiches made in-house, and of course COFFEE!

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Where to Chill Like a Williamsburg Internet Mogul, Per the Google Killers at Karta

A sneak peek at Karta.

A sneak peek at Karta.

It’s hard to keep track of everything this city has to offer and it’s hard to effectively brag about all the cool places you go if no one (not even you) knows where those places are. That’s why two Williamsburg residents – Samia Saleem and Dana Steffe – invented Karta, a shareable mapping system that allows users to make and trade maps of all their favorite spots.
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Strangeways Coffee Rises From the Ashes of Oslo

Strangeways (Photo: Briana Rognlin)

Strangeways (Photo: Briana Rognlin)

Strangeways (Photo: Briana Rognlin)

Strangeways (Photo: Briana Rognlin)

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Strangeways (Photo: Briana Rognlin)

Strangeways (Photo: Briana Rognlin)

Strangeways (Photo: Briana Rognlin)

Strangeways (Photo: Briana Rognlin)

Strangeways (Photo: Briana Rognlin)

Strangeways (Photo: Briana Rognlin)

Strangeways (Photo: Briana Rognlin)

Strangeways (Photo: Briana Rognlin)

Strangeways (Photo: Briana Rognlin)

Strangeways (Photo: Briana Rognlin)

Strangeways (Photo: Briana Rognlin)

Strangeways (Photo: Briana Rognlin)

Strangeways (Photo: Briana Rognlin)

Strangeways (Photo: Briana Rognlin)

Sometimes, the universe works in strange ways – at least, it did for Eddie Cedeno, who opened Strangeways in Bushwick today.
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