Women’s Resources In and Around Brooklyn.

We wanted to put together a comprehensive guide of local resources for women. Supporting female business owners, artists, makers, and community members has been a goal of ours and we aim to contribute in anyway we can. We have been promoting women-owned Brooklyn businesses in a blog series for the past year (see our full […]

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 […]

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 […]

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 […]

Red Hook Winter Coat Giveaway.

  This coat giveaway could not have come at a better time. We are right in the middle of a very cold winter and so many people are in need of warm coats. The Red Hook Community Justice Center has been selected by New York Cares to host this event and we couldn’t be more proud […]

Comedy at Union Hall Tonight.

There are two separate shows at Union Hall in Park Slope tonight. Both are worth checking out! The first is Whiplash at 7:30pm, which brings together stand-up comics from across the country and is brought to us by the Upright Citizens Brigade. Read more and buy tickets here for that show. At 10pm is podcast […]

3rd Annual Dime Best of Brooklyn Food & Beer Festival

We know that everyone is relaxing on your holiday break and gearing up for New Year’s Eve at the moment but we want to share this late January event. A full 26 days after celebrating the new year and you should be ready to celebrate the best of Brooklyn with food and beer from across […]

Movies Under the Stars Continues..Indoors!

  Enjoying a free flick with your friends and family is not just a summer activity. Movies Under the Stars, brought to us by NYC Parks, is still going strong. Though, rather than under the stars it’s more like under a roof. Free films events are happening all over the city and the next one […]

Photos from Haiti’s Day of the Dead: Fèt Gede at Pioneer Works

The event last Friday night at Pioneer Works celebrating Haiti’s Day of the Dead was just gorgeous.  You can read a description from their website below. We’ve created a gallery from photos we took of the event. Please enjoy! On the occasion of PÒTOPRENS: The Urban Artists of Port-au-Prince, Pioneer Works dedicates a night to Haitian Vodou […]

One Day Draw-A-Thon in Carroll Gardens.

Our friends at OrangeYouGlad, a graphic design studio at 423 Smith Street, host an annual fundraiser called Will Draw For Good, a one day draw-a-thon. Artists donate their time at this event to draw for the public. While last year’s event was Will Draw For Relief, with donations assisting Puerto Rican and Mexican natural disaster […]