Link About It: This Week’s Picks

An exhibition centered on Black Brooklynites, plants that filter the air, a walking robot destined for Mars and more

“Brooklyn Resists” Outdoor Exhibition at the Center for Brooklyn History From the Brooklyn Public Library’s Center for Brooklyn History (CBH), the Brooklyn Resists outdoor (and online) exhibition will highlight the work of Black Brooklynites from abolition through the Black Lives Matter protests of today. Debuting on Juneteenth, the in-person installation will project never-before-exhibited protest imagery and text onto the facade of the CBH at 128 …

Swimwear + Alcohol-Free Drinks

Matching beachwear with booze-free beverages for summer

A cocktail by the pool might be a classic combination, but that doesn’t mean alcohol needs to be involved. There’s a plethora of premium booze-free beverages out there—and the list keeps growing. From beer to botanical-filled sodas, spirits crafted with adaptogens and more, drinks without alcohol have never been so adventurous. Here we have matched some of our favorite swimwear with alcohol-free tipples so you …

Link About It: This Week’s Picks

A new NYC park, electric animals, a zine for sober and sober-curious people and more from around the web

NYC’s Little Island Opens Little Island, a 2.4-acre park covered in plants and pathways on concrete piles sprouting up from the Hudson River, has opened to the public. Two boardwalks connect the whimsical destination with the Hudson River Greenway at 13th and 14th Streets. Barry Diller (the chairman of IAC/InterActiveCorp) took on the project in 2013 with his wife, fashion designer Diane von Furstenberg. They …