Female Artists of Brooklyn Show Until June 2nd.

The Ilana Greenberg Gallery, at 110 Union Street in Brooklyn, launched an exhibit in honor of Mother’s Day at the beginning of May. It’s Female Artists of Brooklyn and will be on display until June 2nd so if you have yet to venture down to this space you have a couple more weeks to do […]

The 20th Annual Memorial Day Concert at Greenwood Cemetery.

Events at Greenwood Cemetery are always something to behold. The dramatic and beautiful scenery add to the excellent concerts and other events they host. The only difference with this yearly concert, which will take place this year May 28th at 2:30pm, is that it is free! Read more about the show and RSVP here! Bring […]

Free Outdoor Happenings in Brooklyn!

The weather this week has had it’s ups and downs. Definitely looking like it may be warming up for good for the rest of the season. Fingers crossed! We have some ideas for free outdoor events that are happening all spring/summer long. Take advantage of the sun when you can! Brooklyn Botanic Gardens now has […]

Red Hook Fest in Two Weeks!

One of our favorite annual events is Red Hook Fest. This weekend of dance performances, food and activities (including scavenger hunts, free kayaking on the river, and reading tents is a wonderful celebration of the Red Hook community and New York City itself.  Read more below about the goings on for each day. FRIDAY, MAY […]

Prospect Park Spring Fling is this Weekend.

We’ve had a couple of gray and rainy days and tomorrow isn’t going to be too much better. Let’s look ahead towards some warmer and sunnier days. This weekend from May 17th-19th, Prospect Park is hosting their annual spring fling! They’ll have spring activities for all and, though there will be opportunities to make donations, […]

Navigating Breakups: A Discussion about Feelings & Finances Recap

Last month RC’s Victoria Alexander spoke at a panel discussion presented by Onward, a post-breakup concierge service launching in New York City soon, about how to navigate a breakup. Specifically she spoke with a real estate angle in mind. Couples often choose to move in together in New York because rent is so high and it […]

The 12th Annual Brooklyn School PTA 5K Fundraiser is Saturday.

This Saturday, May 11th, is the Brooklyn PTA 5K Fun Run in Prospect Park. Every year in May Brooklyn school PTAs hold this fundraiser and all are welcome to participate. This is the 12th year of this event! You don’t need to have a child in school to support your local area elementary. Jogging, walking, strolling, and scooting are all […]

Tiananmen 30th Anniversary Concert in Red Hook

It is the 30th anniversary of the horrific massacre in Tiananmen Square and De Construkt art space in Red Hook is hosting a concert/fundraiser in remembrance next week. It starts at 8pm and for $20, which will be given to the massacre victims families in China, you can enjoy the performance plus there will be […]

Cherry Blossoms at Brooklyn Botanic Garden.

Last weekend was the Cherry Blossom Festival at Brooklyn Botanic Garden and, though we didn’t visit during the festival, we went on Thursday and took some photos of this gorgeous and briefly blossoming phenomenon. The flowers are still in bloom for a short time and if you hurry you may just catch them while the […]

Hiking Season has Begun!

Yes we know that hardcore hikers have been dong this all along. Hiking through the cold and icy months while we all stay indoors like chumps. Our amazingly tough postal worker that brings our mail to 223 Columbia Street has been telling us of his winter hiking adventures where he hikes to the highest peaks […]