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The Future of Real Estate Commissions – What You Need to Know

The real estate landscape is on the cusp of a significant transformation, particularly in how real estate commissions are structured. Recent developments have sparked conversations, and perhaps even excitement, among home sellers and buyers alike. Headlines touting slashed real estate commissions and the promise of cheaper home-selling costs have flooded our news feeds. But amidst […]

Women-Owned Business Series: Bogdan & Margaritta from Reveal Woods

Welcome back to our Women-Owned Business Series! This time, we’re doing something a little different and highlighting a local husband/wife duo, Bogdan & Margaritta, who started Reveal Woods shop-in-shop store. What started out as a hobby turned into something more with a little ingenuity from this partnership. Read more about their story below! First, tell […]

Compére Collective Presents: Scrappy Reading Series by Farah Faye

What does scrappy mean to you? Five emerging and established readers will answer this question at the inaugural edition of the Scrappy Reading Series, supported by the Red Hook Branch of the Brooklyn Public Library. Join us at Compère Collective as these writers share how they interpret “scrappy,” and how they embody this in their writing lives, personal lives, […]

Women-Owned Business Series: Erin from ECR Vintners

Welcome back to our Women-Owned Business Series! We’re happy to highlight Erin from ECR Vintners, a  “female owned wine company focused on quality winemaking, approachable education and creating the spaces needed to connect.” After realizing that most wine was made by men, for men, even though the wine-drinking audience was mostly women, she decided to take things into her […]

Compére Collective Presents: Through a Plastic Lens by Lenore Solmo

For our April exhibit, we are pleased to welcome Lenore Solmo and her show, Through a Plastic Lens. When asked about her relationship to NYC and her art, she says,  “Living in NYC provides a never-ending stream of overflowing trash bins, yielding possible art materials. In 2020, when the world appeared to stand still, I decided […]

Unveiling Your Next New York Apartment: A Comprehensive Guide for Renters

Are you looking for your dream apartment in the vibrant borough of Brooklyn? With the bustling real estate market and diverse neighborhoods, finding the perfect space can feel like searching for a needle in a haystack. But fear not—just like a seasoned reporter delves into a story, you, too, can investigate your potential new home […]

The Evolution of Women and Credit Cards: A Journey of Empowerment

Since the 1970s, the landscape of credit card access for women has undergone a significant transformation, reflecting broader societal changes and strides toward gender equality. In this informative piece, we’ll delve into the historical journey of women and credit cards, exploring pivotal moments, challenges, and the ensuing empowerment. The Dawn of Change Before the 1970s, […]

Navigating Affordable Therapy in NYC

In the bustling metropolis of Brooklyn, New York, amidst the vibrant streets and diverse communities, prioritizing mental health remains essential. However, finding affordable therapy in this dynamic city can often feel like searching for a needle in a haystack. Fear not; we’re here to guide you through the maze and help you discover accessible mental […]

A Step-by-Step Guide to Replacing Your Condo Board: Taking Charge of Your Community

As a resident or owner of a Brooklyn condo, you know that the condo board plays a crucial role in the community’s management and well-being. Sometimes, the current board isn’t meeting the community’s needs, and change is necessary. Whether it’s due to inefficiency, conflicts of interest, or simply a need for fresh perspectives, replacing the […]

A Renter’s Guide to Keeping Your Couch Fresh and Clean

As a renter in bustling Brooklyn, maintaining the cleanliness of your living space, including your couch, is key to creating a comfortable and welcoming home. Your couch is not just a piece of furniture; it’s a central hub for relaxation, entertaining guests, and even catching up on work. With a few simple tips and regular […]

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