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SuperVegan at Brooklyn Blogfest!

SuperVegan's Patrick, Olivia, and Jason D. (Photo by Hugh Crawford, but on Jason's phone, not Hugh's nice camera.)

SuperVegan’s Patrick, Olivia, and Jason D. (Photo by Hugh Crawford, but on Jason’s phone, not Hugh’s nice camera.)

SuperVegan was happy to be a guest at last night’s Third Annual Brooklyn Blogfest, which was held at the ginormous Brooklyn Lyceum. We know Brooklyn is full of talent, but it was wonderfully overwhelming to be in a huge room teeming with borough residents representing about a hundred different blogs on everything from neighborhood politics to gardening. Major kudos to Louise Crawford of Only The Blog Knows Brooklyn for organizing the event and bringing everyone together.

Shout out to our friends at Bed-Stuy Blog, Sustainable Flatbush, Brooklyn Optimist, Walk Around the Blog, Creative Times, Psychosomatic Rants, Candy Penny, Not Another F*cking Blog, and Gothamist.

Huge thanks to Red Mango for keeping our energy (and blood sugar level) high with moist cupcakes and insanely delicious chocolate topped peanut butter rice crispy squares.

7 Comments

  1. Comment by

    Sustainable Flatbush

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    Great seeing you guys again! Can’t wait for you to host the first Vegan Blogade! As long as it includes those chocolate peanut butter squares… I’ve been stalking them all over Brooklyn…

  2. Comment by

    Jason Das

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    It was also great to connect with all the folks from Outside.in. I’m looking forward to seeing what we can do to integrate with their locality aggregation information blah blah hard-to-explain-here-but-really-cool ideas!

  3. Comment by

    Laura Leslie

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    You guys look so cute! Now I wish I’d gone.

  4. Comment by

    marie

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    Dang! I wish I could have chatted with you guys afterwards too. Thank you for the shout-out!

  5. Comment by

    IsaChandra

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    Hmm, Jason got a haircut.

  6. Comment by

    Jason Das

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    More importantly, Patrick needs a haircut!

  7. Comment by

    Patrick Kwan

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    I had my haircut yesterday!

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