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The Spanglification Of Languages

It is becoming clear that the mixed nature of Spanglish represents a general phenomenon. Among people born in and growing up in neighborhoods like Brooklyn’s Brighton Beach — where it’s common to hear Russian and Ukrainian spoken — lots of English words are mixed in. – The New York Times
Tags: Art, Brooklyn, Words, Brighton Beach


Tools & Craft #44: We're Hosting the Festool Road Show This Saturday in Brooklyn

I like to talk about tools and craft period, so I try not to make these posts too sales-like. But at the same time I do sell tools for a living, and Core77 has covered Festool a fair bit, so I thought this was relevant.This Saturday, Tools for Working Wood is hosting the Festool Roadshow in Brooklyn. This is where the company sends a giant trailer full of tools and demonstration workstations so that people can try them out and ask questions of the dedicated trainers they send. It's also ...
Tags: Tools, Design, US, Brooklyn, Prospect Park, Industry City, Joel, Festool, Brighton Beach, Rossman, Joel Moskowitz, Tools for Working Wood, Gramercy Tools, Tools & Craft, Festool Roadshow, 25th Street


BWW Review: NATASHA, PIERRE & THE GREAT COMET OF 1812 Makes Rousing, Sexy Musical Fun Out Of 'War And Peace'

No, you didn't fall asleep on the Q train on your way to Broadway's latest musical and accidentally wind up at the largest, and perhaps rowdiest Russian supper club in all of Brighton Beach. [Author: Michael Dale]
Tags: Theatre, Broadway, Natasha Pierre, Brighton Beach, Michael Dale



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