Mike Errico’s Album Release Party Tonight by Shyda Hoque

What are you doing tonight? How about heading over to the Lower East Side to see indie rock singer and songwriter Mike Errico? Our friend and client, Mike Errico, has just released his 8th studio album, Minor Fits!!  He has poured his heart and soul into this album and will be playing tonight! The show starts at 7pm at Rockwood […]

Prospect Park’s Goat Welcoming Celebration

Many visited or heard about the Prospect Park goats that were brought in from Upstate New York to clear out some vegetation.  After eating up bunches and bunches of grass they moved back upstate for the winter but will be back in May! The Prospect Park Alliance will be throwing a party to welcome them back […]

Virtual Reality Arcade Comes to Smith Street.

We learned of the new opening at 261 Smith Street by passing by and seeing a giant screen in the window and the small and unassuming “vrbar” sign.  “Vr?” we asked ourselves.  Ohhhhhh, virtual reality.  Wow, the future is upon us!  We needed to know more and found this great blog about the opening of the […]

Strengthen Lengthen Tone is Coming to Brooklyn by Joshua Silbert

There is a lot of expansion taking place for SLT (Strengthen Lengthen Tone), which will have a total of 14 studios in the coming months.  With locations in the New York, New Jersey, and Philadelphia areas, they are making their way to Brooklyn as well by merging with Brooklyn Bodyburn studios within the next few months and opening a […]

Green-Wood Cemetery Photo Contest.

Anyone with a talent and interest in photography out there has one week to capture a winning shot for the Green-Wood Cemetery 2017 summer calendar! The green space is beautiful and, taking a quiet walk around the historic cemetery, one is sure to be inspired to snap some lovely photos.  For anyone who hasn’t been […]

Sakura Matsuri at Brooklyn Botanic Gardens

The Cherry Blossom Festival, or Sakura Matsuri, is coming to the Brooklyn Botanic Gardens on April 29th.  Some are concerned about the unusually warm weather affecting the timing of this event.  Will the trees bloom too early for the festival? We can always follow the progress of the cherry blossoms on this BBG map.  It shows […]

Meeting in Brooklyn Concerning Trump Budget Cuts

After posting photos about the Tax March earlier this week, we want to keep the momentum going! We strive to stay woke and connected to our community.  In the past we have focused on meetings or rallies in Red Hook, Carroll Gardens and Clinton Hill because that is where our offices are located and where we are […]

We Can Help Relocate Littlefield!

With so many wonderful venues and neighborhood favorites closing their doors around us, such as the Lower East Side’s Cake Shop and BookCourt in Cobble Hill recently, it’s so lovely to see plans for expansion for our other favorites! We love Littlefield! It’s a performance and art space in Gowanus that’s always hosted a diverse variety of […]

Photos of the Tax March!

We attended the Tax March in New York City, which started at Bryant Park and ended in midtown in front Trump Tower, over the weekend and were so happy to see the huge crowds of people still fighting for what they believe in.  We saw some pretty great signs and the biggest sight to see […]

A Day at Brooklyn Museum and Upcoming Exhibits.

We spent a lovely day at the Brooklyn Museum the other day and wanted to share some photos in the gallery below.  Beyond looking at their extensive collection of art and historical items, we enjoyed reveling at the immensity of the architecture and details of the interior.  It is a gorgeous building inside and out and […]