Half-Naked Radioactive Woman Appears in Central Park Pond

Get your morning scoop on a cheap yoga joint, a 128-floor urban farm, The Bed-Stuy Bike Ride, Brooklyn Uncorked and a half-naked radioactive woman in today's local blog round-up.

  • Looking for a cheap place to work on your Downward Dog and Extended Child's Pose? The dance/yoga studio Move With Grace on Myrtle Avenue in Clinton Hill is offering 30 days of yoga classes for $30 - a buck a day! [Clinton Hill Blog]
  • PSFK points us to this conceptual drawing of the "Dragonfly," a 128-floor "urban farm" tower that the artist envisions would overlook Roosvelt Island one day. [PSFK]
  • The Bed-Stuy Bike Ride returns this Saturday, departing from Common Grounds: A Neighborhood Coffee House at Tompkins Ave b/t Jefferson & Putnam Ave. Riders get free coffee and the right to use their bathrooms. [Bed Stuy Blog]
  • The Feedbag reports back from Brooklyn Uncorked with a slew of pictures, depicting the best of Brooklyn foodies, music and culture all under one roof. I'm most into these Pickled Ramps...[The Feedbag]
  • What's with that half naked radioactive woman who popped up in Central Park Wednesday night? Oh, it's just Street artist Judith Supine's new piece, and she had "up to my waist" installing it! [Gothamist]
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