Donate to Our Friend’s Crowdfunding Campaign for his Yoga School

Please check out our friend and client’s crowdfunding campaign on IndieGoGo! Swans Nest Yoga – Burning To Live Sean Moore opened Swans Nest Yoga in Bushwick, Brooklyn last August. You may remember the blog interview we posted right before the grand opening about his experience finding this space with RC’s Victoria Alexander and the connection he feels with his […]

For Better Or Worse the L-Train Is In Service by Francesca Girardi

Will it shut down, will it not? The question was hanging over 250,000 of the city’s commuters for what seemed like a lifetime. April was coming quickly, closing in on the residents and business owners alike. Williamsburg experienced declining rental demand and increasing vacancies. People were able to negotiate better deals than they ever could […]

Holiday Market Guide for Brooklyn.

Holiday shopping season has begun and if you haven’t gotten everyone checked off your list yet there are plenty of opportunities to do that at Brooklyn’s many holiday markets. Some of these are new additions, some are mainstays that grow year after year, and some are pop-ups in very unique places like schools or churches. […]

Hidden Gem North Brooklyn Farms.

We love exploring different sections of Brooklyn and sometimes we stumble into a gorgeous and interesting space that we had never heard of before while we’re just out walking or biking around. That is exactly what happened last weekend when we biked the Brooklyn Greenway to Greenpoint and saw North Brooklyn Farms on our way. […]

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 […]

Summer Thunder at Union Pool

We are setting out sites towards north Brooklyn during this blog post. The irony of the name of this event during this particular summer does not escape us. We ventured over to Union Pool on Saturday for their afternoon 2pm show and it was moved indoors due to storms, as it has been many weekends […]

Swans Nest Yoga Grand Opening and Open House Saturday!

We got a chance to speak with Sean Moore, owner of Swans Nest Yoga about his new space and his experience working with RC’s Victoria Hagman on his search for the perfect spot. Plus news on their grand opening and open house this weekend! Here’s what he had to say. First tell us about Swans Nest […]

Spring Break Events.

There is so much going on this upcoming week. Passover begins at sunset tonight and will last for seven days, Easter is Sunday and school break began today as well.  We’ve looked up fun things to do over Spring break and picked our top three events. The spring is coming and it’s time to dust […]

The Roast of Vegetables on Sunday.

We came across this very original comedy event happening at Union Hall this Sunday, March 25th, and could not resist spreading the word. Quality comedy shows are something you can’t find in many other cities and we have plenty here in New York so it’s nice to take advantage of going out and watching the […]

Brooklyn’s Best Pies for the Holidays.

Whether you are hosting a holiday meal at your place or going to someone else’s, pie is essential to have or bring.  There are so many mouth watering options around Brooklyn that it was hard to pick but here are our top choices. Fruit Pies: Buttery, melt in your mouth, tart, and slightly salty, no […]