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Bringing New Life to Old Buildings
By Briana Vannozzi, NJTV News

“We have a lot of finished spaces, but we also have some spaces under construction,” Danny Popkin explained. Popkin has a knack for bringing new life to old places. He’s the brains and creative force behind the Hamilton-based company Modern Recycled Spaces...... <READ MORE>



Editorial: New Year's resolutions for a successful 2015
By Times of Trenton Editorial Board

On the topic of rebuilding, we also wish that developers in the region would take a page from the book of Daniel Popkin and Modern Recycled Spaces. Instead of the old mantra of “raze, build, repeat,” he’s incorporating what was into what will be -- and preserving the community character..... <READ MORE>



Liberty Hall Pizza launching in Lambertville

Pizza artisan Chris Bryan and business partner Danny Popkin are opening Liberty Hall Pizza, featuring wood-fired pizzas, garden-fresh salads and draught root beer floats. The 1,500-square-foot restaurant will open in November at the Canal Studios at 243 North Union St. in Lambertville.... <READ MORE>



Ex-Nomad apprentice opening pizzeria in Lambertville
By Michael Klein, Philly.com

Pizza guy Chris Bryan (ex of Nomad Pizza) and business partner Danny Popkin (of Modern Recycled Spaces) are opening Liberty Hall Pizza, an authentic Neapolitan pizzeria featuring wood-fired pizzas, fresh salads and draft root beer floats, in Lambertville, N.J... <READ MORE>



More Pizza For Lambertville: Liberty Hall Pizza Opening Soon
By Rachel Chernaskey, PhillyMag.com

Pizza artisan Chris Bryan and business partner Danny Popkin are opening Liberty Hall Pizza, featuring wood-fired pizzas, garden-fresh salads and draught root beer floats. The 1,500-square-foot restaurant will open in November at the Canal Studios at 243 North Union St. in Lambertville.... <READ MORE>



Musician-turned-lawyer remakes himself as coffee connoisseur
By Nyier Abdou, The Star-Ledger

David Waldman is getting up close and personal with his cup of coffee -- or rather, his 14 cups of coffee. Small cups of ground coffee beans mixed with hot water are lined up along a counter in Waldman's Lambertville coffee house, Rojo's Roastery. Waldman brings his face within millimeters of each cup and sniffs meaningfully around the surface of the coffee... <READ MORE>



OwowCow Creamery to Open Third Shop in Lambertville
By Kara Seymour, HappeningMag.com

Picture a sundae but instead of plain vanilla, imagine a generous scoop of cinnamon bourbon, honey lavender or chocolate jalapeno ice cream. It’s a sundae fit for a foodie and come April, OwowCow Creamery will be tantalizing taste buds not only in Bucks County but also in Hunterdon County... <READ MORE>