A Monday Market Recap

A Monday Market Recap

Posted by on Dec 9, 2013 in Weekend in Images | No Comments

  We’ve got to give it up to the folks who brought it and brought it big this past weekend including old friends and newlywed Amber Taxidermy, CIRQUE and newish old friends and soon-to-be-dear old friends Twinko and beroep jewelry. Tried and true but the saying is so right-on: there’s something for everyone on your list and […]

Weekend WillyB Spree!

Weekend WillyB Spree!

Posted by on Jun 25, 2012 in Weekend in Images | 4 Comments

So, did you hang on to your hat in the hot hot heat and got something cool to show for your fun in the neighborhood? If the Northside of Williamsburg was a club for the weekend, it may have been Studio54 meets the Tunnel – a total remix of cultures and styles. A lot of […]

Mugging It for Dad

Mugging It for Dad

Posted by on Jun 18, 2012 in Weekend in Images | 3 Comments

We are not the only ones obsessed with Williamsburg photo booth maven, Teddy Telles. His legions of fans and followers run global as evidenced by the comments in every language all over here. Between the props, the high-contrast Black-and-White SNL-style shots and Teddy’s genuine good-naturedness, it’s hard for folks not to have a good time […]

Hand-lettered Signs from Brooklyn

Posted by on Mar 19, 2012 in Weekend in Images | One Comment

If ever there was an art form on the resurgence, it’s the hand-lettered, hand-painted sign. We’ve had the pleasure of working 2 of the most talented dudes in Brooklyn – Travis Simon and Chris Miner – over the past year as they’ve painted the exterior mural in Williamsburg and our signs outside Chelsea Market. They […]

The Thrill of the Kill

Posted by on Mar 5, 2012 in Weekend in Images | No Comments

There is nothing quite like it. It’s the closest feeling you can get to winning the lottery. Or discovering a treasure chest in some attic or basement. Americana collector Kelly McDermott of Cosmo & Mathilda knows the feeling all too well. She recently unearthed a massive trove of early and mid-century (20th Century, that is) […]

A Bounty of Brooklyn’s Best

Posted by on Jan 30, 2012 in Weekend in Images | No Comments

Smelled like Spring this Saturday, less so on Sunday. That didn’t slow you down perusing and shmoozing with some of Brooklyn’s curators of cool. Shout-outs to newbies Ashalina Jewelry, Style Haven and others. A little collected collage of some goods from Evolving Habitat (birch lamp), Sna$h Jewelry (chicken claws) and Treat Me Body & Bath […]

It’s Better to Look Good, Damnit

Posted by on Jan 23, 2012 in Weekend in Images | No Comments

Don’t let them tell you otherwise. The crew loves to play dress-up any chance they get. And that was so apparent this weekend when The Vintage Trove’s Shari Neal and indie rocker and former Nicole Atkins bandmate Irina Yalkowsky got down on it. Name that vintage piece on Irina, above right. It’s priceless for sale. Tweet […]

Artists & Travelers

Posted by on Jan 16, 2012 in Weekend in Images | No Comments

They come from everywhere with their stories. Each object has one – look at Dog Tag Designs and you will see (above). As dizzying as the choices can sometimes be, their stories are equally compelling. Jimmy Bradshaw is but one of them that came out this weekend. He was the mellow guy whose bespoke vintage […]

Williamsburg Weather, a Spring Teaser

Posted by on Jan 9, 2012 in Weekend in Images | No Comments

The New Year got off to a whiz-bang this Saturday with a tease of Spring and things to come on the horizon in Williamsburg. People were feeling the love all around – whether they were fueling up on the latest and greatest pop-up Brooklyn brunch spot to serve up fine fare our friendly confines (Good […]

Chelsea Market: What Happened Was…

Though we are huge fans of nostalgia and tirelessly on the hunt for stories, sometimes less is more. In the case of our Manhattan maiden market voyage at Chelsea Market that wrapped up late Saturday evening after a 2 week residence in the shadows of the High Line, the photos say it all. And if […]