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Women-Owned Business Series: Patricia from Omote Ro Dhe

In this Women-Owned Business post, we celebrate the difference-maker behind the Omote Ro Dhe blog. She pours her days into strengthening a large community of women, supporting their efforts as they work their way through education, into leadership roles, and as they start their own businesses. She points out the disadvantages we feel as females […]

Women-Owned Business Series: Taylor from Amor Professional Services

Welcome back to our Women of Business Series! We’re proud to share Amor Professional Services this week, and we’re sure you’ll be incredibly inspired by her story. From single mom struggling to make ends meet to a powerful business owner who helps others who are in her past shoes, she’s making a mark on this […]

Compére Collective Presents: 238 Textile Collective: Ongoing Conversations

Starting October 3, we are happy to exhibit 238 Textile Collective in their show, “Ongoing Conversations.” This exhibit – featuring work from a handful of artists – explores the interconnectedness of people, their emotions, and their community. Make sure to stop by the RC office October 3-30 to see the work of these great artists, […]

Women-Owned Business Series: Melissa from Ooshie

This Women of Business feature brings us to Ooshie — a line of eco-friendly and oh-so-cozy clothing created by Brooklyn’s own Melissia Hill. Hill is on a mission to not only help women dress in a way that is both stylish and comfortable, but also empower them to accomplish goals and feel their best every […]

Women-Owned Business Series: Sydne from GABA Creative Collective

Our latest Women of Business feature is covering Sydne Leavitt of GABA Creative Collective. Sydne set out to create not only a company for herself, but also a place for other artists to connect and flourish. We’re incredibly impressed by the impact she’s made so far, and we can’t wait to see how her work […]

Compére Collective Presents: Alexandra Jamieson, Our Stories: Patterns + What We Inherit

Starting September 17, artist Alexandra Jamieson will be presenting her show, “Our Stories: Patterns + What We Inherit.” Jamieson creates stunning and meaningful pieces that represent all parts of life — from the beautiful all the way down to the broken. She is a member of several Brooklyn art scenes as well, with her art […]

Women-Owned Business Series: Erin from Grindhaus

We have the pleasure of spotlighting one of Red Hook staples – and one of our favorite restaurants – Grindhaus! With quite the tumultuous ride (you’ll read all about it below!!), Grindhaus serves a delicious menu in a charming and welcoming atmosphere – right in the heart of Red Hook!  Read about their journey below! […]

Women-Owned Business Series: Matha from ButACake

ButACake was founded in 2017 and works hard to create products that are equally delicious as they are nourishing. Although not a Brooklyn-based business, ButACake is located right next door in Jersey City, serving Jersey “with love” for the past five years. Read on about Matha’s journey below! Tell us about your business & why […]

Women-Owned Business Spotlight: Gwen from Gwen Beloti Jewelry

At RC, we do the best we can to support not only local, but minority-owned businesses. There’s no better way to stimulate the local economy plus you’re bound to find something unique & meaningful! This month, we spoke with Gwen Beloti from Gwen Beloti Jewelry, a Brooklyn-based,  black woman-owned, & size-inclusive jewelry company. Hear about […]

Women-Owned Business Series: Eleanor from Eleanor Traubman Tutoring

Eleanor Traubman Tutoring is making an impact in Brooklyn’s youngest minds, one tutoring session at a time. Owner Eleanor is an experienced and passionate educator, and she’s totally rocking entrepreneurship, too. Read on to learn more about her tutoring services, her thoughts on being a female in business, and her advice for others who want […]

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