Movies Under the Stars Continues..Indoors!

  Enjoying a free flick with your friends and family is not just a summer activity. Movies Under the Stars, brought to us by NYC Parks, is still going strong. Though, rather than under the stars it’s more like under a roof. Free films events are happening all over the city and the next one […]

Photos from Haiti’s Day of the Dead: Fèt Gede at Pioneer Works

The event last Friday night at Pioneer Works celebrating Haiti’s Day of the Dead was just gorgeous.  You can read a description from their website below. We’ve created a gallery from photos we took of the event. Please enjoy! On the occasion of PÒTOPRENS: The Urban Artists of Port-au-Prince, Pioneer Works dedicates a night to Haitian Vodou […]

One Day Draw-A-Thon in Carroll Gardens.

Our friends at OrangeYouGlad, a graphic design studio at 423 Smith Street, host an annual fundraiser called Will Draw For Good, a one day draw-a-thon. Artists donate their time at this event to draw for the public. While last year’s event was Will Draw For Relief, with donations assisting Puerto Rican and Mexican natural disaster […]

Unveiling of Smith Street Mural this Friday!

Our very talented friend, Magda Love, has been working on this project for a while now and we are so pleased that it is being celebrated this Friday! Her artwork is now covering a stretch of Smith Street commercial spaces between Douglass and Degraw that have been closed for quite some time. It’s so nice […]

Salsa Sounds for Kids At Industry City Tomorrow.

You may have heard that Industry City is well-known for their family concerts hosted by Rock and Roll Playhouse. Parents and their tykes come out on Saturdays to hang and dance to everything from the Beatles to Michael Jackson to Disney songs at different locations around Brooklyn. This Saturday is Salsa Sounds featuring Boneita at Industry […]

Halloween-Themed Outdoor Flicks.

Many of you may think that the season of outdoor films is over but this is not the case. Some free outdoor films are still being screened and this one in Owls Head Park coming up on October 25th should be a good one.  The film is called Dead Snow (description below) and it begins […]

Widow Jane’s 6th Anniversary Party.

We remember when Widow Jane moved into the space at 218 Conover in our neck of the woods and recall being thrilled and knowing they would do well here in Red Hook. We’ve celebrated anniversaries with them in the past years and are pleased to announce their 6th anniversary celebration coming up on October 12th. […]

Cora Dance Celebrates their Grand Opening.

Last weekend Cora Dance, an organization which teaches pay-as-you-wish classes for youth in Red Hook, celebrated their grand opening at 358 Van Brunt Street. We are so inspired by them and thrilled to have watched and helped them grow and change throughout the years.  Supporting their annual benefit, the Red Hook Prom, offering up our […]

Hidden Gem North Brooklyn Farms.

We love exploring different sections of Brooklyn and sometimes we stumble into a gorgeous and interesting space that we had never heard of before while we’re just out walking or biking around. That is exactly what happened last weekend when we biked the Brooklyn Greenway to Greenpoint and saw North Brooklyn Farms on our way. […]

Photos from The Southwest Brooklyn Fall Festival.

We could not have asked for a nicer day on Saturday, the day of the Southwest Brooklyn Fall Festival! Partly sunny but not too hot, it was lovely out. Local residents and visitors came out to the Columbia Waterfront District to make our little fair a great success. We’d like to thank Ruby’s House of […]