If you’re a fan of winding down while making stuff–like, say paint-your-own pottery–then you should give batik a try. Hiho Batik is a new boutique selling sweet batik clothing and accessories for kids and adults, and they’ve got a Make Your Own space in back, where you can pick up a pillow, shirt or pouch and flex those dyeing muscles you haven’t used since you dumped a twisted, rubber banded T-shirt in a bucket of Rit Dye. Batik is a much more forgiving process, involving wax, and on Friday between 4 and 6 pm Hiho will take $10 off your item ($40 to $50 depending on what you pick) and give you a 20% discount in store when you fill out their form and mention BB in the comments.
Yes, it’s all about costumes and candy this week in Brooklyn events, but you can also catch Art History Happy Hour, see a musical legend and score tickets to a holiday classic.
“New Kings” is a very hard-hitting, declarative statement from TRON and DVD, two newcomers to Kiam Records, who emphasize self-empowerment and a proactive mindset in advocating about never losing sight of what’s important.
“I feel different when I’m in a room of all women,” says Melissa Wong, New Women Space co-founder, sitting with co-founder Sandra Hong in the light-filled East Williamsburg space they’ve dedicated to female empowerment.
Here’s the scenario: You’re headed home after a long day at work and thinking about dinner. There’s a spot on the way that has both a butcher counter and a bar. The idea of ordering a pork loin and having a glass of wine while the butcher trusses it up causes the corners of your mouth to rise a bit. But does this magical place exist? It does in Brooklyn.
Unwavering in commitment to quality and family values are brothers Bob & Joe McClure, founders and business partners of McClure’s. For the past 10 years they’ve been creating and sharing their premium snacks, foods and beverages with us. Founded in 2006 in both Brooklyn & Detroit (think of them as sister cities when you consider […]