From the third generation family business D. Maldari and Sons, the only pasta extrusion die company in the western hemisphere that makes the ‘ABC’s for Campbell’s Alphabet Soup, to J & M, the company that creates special effects for Late Night with David Letterman, the exhibit “Gowanus-Transformations” shows the face of contemporary manufacturing along the canal.
Opening on May 8, “Gowanus
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