Estate Planning Tips

Hello All! It’s Financial Planning Week and we’ve prepared a five-part series of topics that we believe our readers will enjoy. Our fourth topic is geared to our Landlords –  for most property owners, a home is among their most valuable possessions and is an investment of their time and money. In honor of that […]

Closing Cost in NYC

Hello all! It’s Financial Planning Week and we’ve prepared a five-part series of topics that we believe our readers will enjoy. This third topic is geared to our sellers did you know that closing cost in NYC can make or break the decision of a buyer by impacting their choice on whether they should buy […]

What Are Some Difference Between Rent vs Buy

Hello all! It’s Financial Planning Week and we’ve prepared a five-part series of topics that we believe our readers will enjoy. Our second topic is geared to our Buyers and the major differences that exist between renting vs buying and how one might be a better option for over the other. Check out this article […]

Women-Owned Brooklyn Business Series: Tracy Bullock of Simplicity do your dream

We spoke with our friend Tracy Bullock recently. She was kind enough to do an interview with us as part of our “Women-Owned” series and shared some photos! Read more and see pics below! First tell us about your business and anything special we should know about it or you. I am Tracy Bullock. Owner […]

Spotlight on HealHaus by Shyda Hoque

I’ve been spending my summer at HealHaus in Clinton Hill which opened in May this year. The space spans 1100 sq ft and is a holistic wellness space that includes a yoga center, treatment spaces for accupuncture and other healing modalities plus a juice bar and cafe.  Upon walking in you are welcomed by the incredible design […]

Exploring Domino Park in Williamsburg.

We took a ride over the weekend up the Brooklyn Greenway through Dumbo and the Navy Yard to Greenpoint for the first time. The ride itself is lovely until you reach the end of Dumbo then at times you feel like you are in an industrial wasteland but it only took about 45 minutes from […]

Gardening in Small Spaces by Jane Herro

Spring is in full swing and the gardens are waking up! It’s not too late to start your own – even if you’re lacking in outdoor space. There are plenty of options for those of you who want to flex their green thumb but may not have a backyard or rooftop to do so. I […]

RHI Impacting Mental Health in Red Hook.

RHI (Red Hook Initiative) has been offering one-on-one counseling to the youth in Red Hook for the last year.  This was just a start to what has become a partnership with ThriveNYC’s Connections to Care (C2C) to expand mental health care in Red Hook, thanks to a three year grant received last March from The Mayor’s Fund to Advance […]

A Cozy New Bar Opens on Sackett Street.

The space at 359 Sackett Street has transformed from a little cafe and coffee shop into a cozy bar called Little Mountain Cocktail Bar and we stopped in the other day to snap some shots.  Its very tight in there, which we love because it feels really intimate but it was hard to get good […]

Spotlight on Carroll Gardens Pet Grooming.

Isn’t it funny how you can walk down one street that you haven’t been down in a while and all of a sudden you glimpse a storefront that you could swear wasn’t there before and think that you’ve come across a grand opening then you find out it’s been open for a little over a […]