Let’s just say you’ve had it with this week and just need a drink! The weekend is so far away and you just need to dance! Fear not my friend! Bossa Nova Civic Club in Bushwick… Read more
The Golden Dragon Acrobats from the People’s Republic of China made their way to Flatbush to perform at Brooklyn College’s Brooklyn Center for the Performing Arts. The acrobats did not disappoint! They had a wonderful… Read more
We’re pretty loyal to Dumbo Kitchen at lunchtime in our office, but today we decided to get a little experimental with our order – juice! Troy and I (seen above) enjoyed “The Cleanser” and as… Read more
We’ve just discovered this new spot in East Williamsburg – Pine Box Rock Shop. Don’t worry, it’s not as morbid as it sounds! Named after the coffin factory that was once called the space home,… Read more
We love our borough and we love to eat. Even in this seemingly never-ending frigid winter, we can’t help but want to try out new places and new cuisines. Well, what if you could try… Read more
Sure, we’ve seen concert venues pop up in Brooklyn. But not many have been converted into one from an old auto body shop! Artists turned co-creators saw potential in the more than 7,000 square foot… Read more
Us Brooklynites love our pizza and we love our art. What’s better than combining the two? An exhibit by Scott Weiner based on his acclaimed book, “Viva La Pizza: The Art of the Pizza Box”… Read more
A new hormone replacement therapy for both men and women is changing the way we think about aging. Our bodies have a built-in regulation system that calls for just the right amount of estrogen or… Read more
Two Trees Management just came to an agreement with Mayor de Blasio to increase it’s number of affordable housing units as part of its massive $1.5 billion (that’s billion… with a “B”) project. In case… Read more
As many of us subway riders know, the R train tunnel connecting Brooklyn to NYC has been closed since August of 2013 due to damage caused by Superstorm Sandy. Well, MTA Officials told the Traffic… Read more
Our Brooklyn Nets are hosting a Social Media night sponsored by BBM on Monday, March 10th. Before their game against the Toronto Raptors, ticket holders will get a free T-shirt, participate in a pre-game “TweetUp”… Read more
Although they’re fighting to get a liquor license, the stunning Williamsburg Savings Bank is being turned into a massive event space. There was concern that a liquor license would turn the surrounding area into a… Read more
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Brooklyn Eagle photographer Eric Lee took a look at the Red Hook Grain Terminal that has been left abandoned for nearly the past 50 years. It is a reminder of Brooklyn waterfront’s one time industrial… Read more
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We stumbled upon Flickinger Glassworks in Red Hook and were wowed by their beautiful collection hand-made glassware – plates, murals, cabinetry, lighting and everything in between! Fun Fact: Flickinger Glassworks restored the famed curved clock… Read more
Taperia‘s Spanish tapas, traditional desserts and hand-crafted cocktails are always a draw on Montague Street – but they’ve got another trick up their sleeve this Friday night! Jose Condo and his Latin Groove Trio are… Read more
Fulton Street in Downtown Brooklyn used to be the fourth largest shopping district in the country. Retail giant Macy’s acts as an anchor for the shopping neighborhood, but still the area has seen its ups… Read more
Have you ever seen a bike so tall?! We spotted this one outside of the York Street subway stop.
We only wish we could have seen it in action!
The Junior League of Brooklyn is sponsoring “Prom Through The Decades” fundraiser to raise money for the Belle of the Ball program which gives prom dresses and college scholarships to underprivileged high school seniors. Taking… Read more
Sure, Pedro’s Mexican restaurant has plenty to draw you in. A cool vibe, good food and needless to say.. margaritas. BUT we can’t help but be drawn in by its artistic exterior – talk about… Read more