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 […]

Bell House hosts Women’s History Variety Show Tonight.

This event not only sounds like a lot of fun but it’s perfect timing after International Women’s Day and the “A Day Without Women” strike yesterday.  Time After Time is a variety show about movies and women’s history. So plan on seeing amazingly tough women on screen throughout the years. There is more or a […]

Trump and Kushner’s Dirty Properties.

We’ve blogged in the past about Trump companies and properties around New York city.  These blogs were mainly to share the information for boycotting purposes as many have been doing in the #grabyourwallet movement.  We recently came across an article in NYCurbed that reports on Trump properties for a different reason.  We all know that the […]

A Message From Carlos Menchaca

We received the message below from our Council Member, Carlos Menchaca, and wanted to pass it along!  We’re so proud of Menchaca and all the politicians standing up for immigrant rights and protesting alongside their constituents. We’ve been hearing about a lot of folks putting pressure on our local politicians, in fact we blogged about the protest […]

Holiday Food Shopping in the Hood.

If you are one of the lucky ones that get to stay here for the Holidays then you may have a daunting task on your hands, food shopping around the holidays.  Hopefully you’ve pre-ordered whatever you need to pre-order by now.  The Gowanus Whole Foods has been out of a lot of items, such as their […]

Brooklyn’s Best Pies for the Holidays.

Whether you are hosting a holiday meal at your place or going to someone else’s, pie is essential to have or bring.  There are so many mouth watering options around Brooklyn that it was hard to pick but here are our top choices. Fruit Pies: Buttery, melt in your mouth, tart, and slightly salty, no […]

New Year’s Eve at Littlefield.

Let’s face it 2016, your last couple of months have been pretty dark and we won’t be sorry to get rid of you. 2017? You’re your looking a little gloomy yourself.  The only appropriate way we can think of to celebrate kicking 2016 aside and reluctantly moving ahead is to a Smiths and Morrissey soundtrack. We […]

Morbid Anatomy Krampus Party.

This annual party will take place on December 16th, 8pm at The Bell House. Morbid Anatomy members can get tickets fo $15 and all others are $20. The only way to describe this holiday party is that it feels like a Halloween and Christmas combo.  Odd, dark and so much fun! A better description copied for The […]

2000 Gallon Project Progress.

  We wanted to share this info via the Gowanus Canal Conservancy with all of you. It a very important project they are doing and we saw signs of people planting earlier this week (photo above!).  They are planting in and deploying 10 dumpsters throughout the Gowanus area. You can see more photos of their […]

CitiBike Bike Share Program Comes to Red Hook by Maryam Daghmoumi

    When the CitiBike program launched a few years ago, a lot of local residents (including myself) were left scratching our heads. Why hadn’t they placed any stations in transportation lacking neighborhoods like Red Hook, Columbia Waterfront or Gowanus.    The point of a bike-share program is to alleviate congested traffic conditions and provide […]