Gambling is one of the most rapidly developing industries in the USA that contributes a lot to the state’s budget. For example, in 2022, both land-based venues and online platforms brought in a record $54.9 Billion In revenue. While Las Vegas is considered the capital of the US gambling industry, Brooklyn also does not lag behind.
On June 17, Chelsea Piers, New York City’s go-to destination for sports and recreation, will celebrate the launch of Chelsea Piers Field House Brooklyn, its new family-friendly sports facility located at 601 Dean Street. The community-focused event invites the public to the new state-of the-art recreational center to experience all that the Chelsea Piers Field House Brooklyn has to offer. The massive family-friendly facility highlights include an 80+ degree learn-to-swim pool, an Olympic-sized gymnastics center, two boarded turf fields, a specialized ninja + parkour center, and several birthday and event spaces. Continue reading Chelsea Piers Field House Brooklyn Opens With a Community Launch Party→
I could not think of a more fun and festive way to close the year than with a walking tour of the amazing neighborhood Christmas Lights in Dyker Heights,Brooklyn! If you didn’t make it there this holiday season, put it on your list of things not to miss for 2023! Happy New Year, Dear Readers!
I don’t know about you, but lately I feel like it’s ‘safe’ to be a bit more adventurous when it comes to dining out. Specifically, I’m willing to leave my neighborhood for expanded culinary horizons. That includes making a trip to the lovely neighborhood of Brooklyn Heights for an indulgent, farm-to-table experience at Vineapple Cafe — a wildly impressive foodie find that just hit my radar. Continue reading Vineapple Cafe: A Surprise Foodie Destination in Brooklyn!→