Caribbean Hurricane Relief

Caribbean Lost Homes

The 2017 hurricane season has started off leaving massive destruction to the homes, memories and families of Caribbean people worldwide. Hurricane Irma, Jose and Harvey along with Mexico’s largest earthquake has left the places we call home and find peace in as travelers devastated. Just as those brave souls bared down for dear life we’re gearing up to bared down and rebuild.

Join us with contributions of donations to acquire food and hygiene supplies in bulk for distribution, building supplies, and volunteering locally and abroad.

The Friendly Islands needs our help! 2017 Hurricane victims need our help!







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Carew 2017 Fundraiser

Carew 2017 City Council Fundraiser
For Immediate Release    –    August 9, 2017   5:00pm
 
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FUNDRAISER for…
Christopher Carew for City Council
District 41 Brooklyn
 
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Progressive candidate Christopher Carew is running to win the open City Council seat in District 41, bringing fresh energy and common sense solutions to his community.
 
Come out and hear his platform ask questions, and get to know Mr. Carew, all while enjoying beer and cider brewed on site at Island to Island Brewery.  Feast on tasty food, enjoy a cocktail made with a selection of locally-made spirits, and refresh your taste buds with fresh, organic, made-to-order juice and smoothies.
 
Don’t miss this chance to shmooze with a future City Councilman.
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Facebook Event:
 
Location:
Island to Island Brewery
642 Rogers Avenue
Brooklyn, NY 11226
 
Date and Time:
Thursday
August 10th
6pm-10pm
 
Contact Info:
Chris

Time Out New York

Time Out New York, April 5, 2017: Our fair city has always been known as a cultural melting pot, and that sentiment has never been truer than it is today. New York City boasts some of the most diverse communities worldwide —Lisa Brown

Island to Island Brewery started as a juice-and-kombucha label called House of Juice, and then the brick-and-mortar, beer-focused location that would become Island to Island came in to existence to complete its founder’s  “Seed to Spirit” vision.—Suzanne Cope

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The Q at Parkside, March 21, 2017: Whoa. I hardly know what to make of this. Is “seed to spirit” a thing now? I suppose it is. House of Juice continues to defy expectations with clever marketing and cool programming, from themed events to comedy. It’s a great space, and soon enough it will be the warm enough for lounging in the back garden. This event sounds downright outrageous.

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