BFE's 'Take The L Train' is the soundtrack to The New Yorker cover story on the borough's disparate cultures.

This week’s New Yorker cover taps into the visual similarities between two very different types of Brooklyn dwellers: Hasidic Jews and hipsters. Josefin Dolsten is telling how The New Yorker does 'Take The L Train' story inspired by Brooklyn Funk Essentials.

BFE quoted again as the MTA recently announced it would close the L subway line for up to three years, causing many Brooklynites to bemoan extended commutes. Read more here

 “Take the L Train,” by Tomer Hanuka.

“Take the L Train,” by Tomer Hanuka.