Calling All Beer Brewing Women!

Women across the borough have until this Sunday to apply for the Brooklyn Women Homebrew Competition! The bar/flower shop called Sycamore in Ditmas Park, who RC agent Susan Grossman blogged about a while back in her RealTours: A Day in Ditmas Park post, is hosting the competition at the end of March. Brewer and co-owner of […]

BAM’s Valentine’s Week Film Series.

BAM Cinema is taking a look at the word “love” in this series, Programmer’s Notebook: On Love, and really examining what the word means and what forms it comes in. From February 14th-21st they’ll be screening a wide variety of films, both old and new, about this topic. This is really a very unique and lovely way […]

The Brooklyn Public Advocate Forum is Tonight!

Tonight at 6pm at Medgar Evers College in Crown Heights Brooklyn Borough President Eric Adams will be holding a forum introducing us to some of the candidates vying for the position of Public Advocate. You can read more about what being a PA entails below or in this very informative BKreader article. As a non-voting […]

Valentine’s Day Plans in New York.

We are writing about Valentine’s Day early because…well…you live in New York and may need to reserve tickets to events or a table at a restaurant!! In fact, many of the more popular romantic spots are probably already booked. If you are dining in the area, however, we are sure you have many options that […]

Women-Owned Business Series: Elizabeth Ehrhardt of Ehrhardt’s Tempest

Here is another post to add to our women-owned series! So many talented women have talked with us over the last year and we are so pleased to be able to support and promote all of the female makers, artists, and business owners in our area! Below you’ll see our interview with Elizabeth Ehrhardt of […]

Residency Unlimited Performance Photo Gallery and Video!

As you may have heard, we’ve partnered up with local non-profit Residency Unlimited, hosting their exhibits and events out of our Van Brunt Street office/gallery space. Last weekend was the opening reception, performance and exhibition called May Be A Donkey. This event brought together “the experimental works of Swiss artists Myriam Casanova and Jérôme Stünzi, both artists in residence at […]

How to Get Through February in New York.

January is coming to an end this week and it’s finishing with a cold front. You know, in case we forgot it was winter. Obviously February is not everyone’s favorite month, as we are right in the middle of the coldest part of this season, but it’s nice to remember all the activities and occasions […]

Brooklyn Collective Event Coming Up.

Artwork Courtesy of Jenny Belin Time for another Brooklyn Collective shopping event! It’s happening in a couple of weeks and, as usual, will include complimentary cocktails and live music. An additional activity they’ve been holding for this yearly Valentine’s Day event is Valentines for Congress. They will have a table set up so that shoppers can […]

Art Exhibition, Opening Reception and Performance at 351 Van Brunt this Weekend.

We recently announced our partnership with local non-profit Residency Unlimited, who supports “the creation, presentation and dissemination of contemporary art through its unique residency program and year-round public programs”.  Back in November we hosted an exhibit in the 351 Van Brunt Street space, which was our first event after partnering up, and it went very […]

Cora’s New Yoga Program in Red Hook.

This is great news for Red Hook! Cora Dance, at 358 Van Brunt Street, will be offering yoga classes with sliding scale tuition. See the flyer above for more info and come join them for their intro yoga classes every Tuesday and Friday morning starting in March!