By Brooklyn, OMHH, and Written by Forest — Tracy E. Hopkins: Neighborhood Beat Bococa & Gowanus

Join Boerum Hill resident and blogger Tracy E. Hopkins, of http://www.everythingshewants.net, as she explores women-owned businesses in the neighborhoods of Boerum Hill and Cobble Hill. Her stops include By Brooklyn with Gaia DiLoreto, Oh My Heavenly Hair (OMHH) with Debra Hare-Bey, and Written by Forest with Yayoi Inada.

By Brooklyn
261 Smith Street
Cobble Hill
http://www.bybrooklyn.com

Oh My Heavenly Hair
503 Atlantic Avenue
Boerum Hill
http://www.ohmyheavenlyhair.com

Written by Forest
313a Atlantic Avenue
Boerum Hill
http://www.writtenbyforest.com

From Brooklyn Independent Television’s Neighborhood Beat: Bococa Gowanus. Original airdate: 6/28/12 http://www.bricartsmedia.org/bit

Film Biz Recycling: Neighborhood Beat Bococa & Gowanus

“Waste not want not” – that’s the old saying. But at Film Biz Recycling the motto is waste not what can be used again!  By turning trash into treasure, creator Eva Radke has found a unique way to go green.

To learn more about Film Biz Recycle, go to http://www.filmbizrecycling.org/

Film Biz Recycle
540 President St. Basement
Brooklyn, NY 11215
(718) 392-3304

From Brooklyn Independent Television’s Neighborhood Beat: Bococa & Gowanus.
Original airdate: 1/27/11

We Make Boots From Your Garage: Neighborhood Beat Bococa & Gowanus

Innovative. Original. Passionate. These are just a few of the words that describe Parisian born Olivier Rabbath, founder of this retail workshop. Where else in NYC, and Brooklyn for that matter, can you learn the craft of boot making in just 15 hours? On Hoyt Street in Boerum Hill of course at How to Make Boots from Your Garage. Yes you can!

How To Make Boots From Your Garage
180 Hoyt Street @ Warren Street

To learn more about it go to:
www.howtomakebootsfromyourgarage.com/
http://www.olivierrabbath.com/

From Brooklyn Independent Television’s Neighborhood Beat: Bococa & Gowanus.
Original airdate: 1/27/11 

Economy Bites: Neighborhood Beat: Sunset Park

Determined to solve the “don’t feel like cooking” / “can’t spend another dime on take-out” dilemma, resident foodie, Allie Schwartz and future Internet TV mogul, Daniel Schloss, provide weekly solutions to the culinary and financially challenged.

NYC Jibs Inc & Nice Dissolve Productions: Neighborhood Beat: Bushwick

Attention indie filmmakers, photographers and musicians looking to make a movie! NYC Jibs and Nice Dissolve Productions are your one-stop shops for quality production at affordable prices. Check it out! To learn more about it go to: NYC Jibs Inc – http://www.nycjibs.com/contact.html & Nice Dissolve Productions – http://www.nicedissolve.com
From Brooklyn Independent Televisions Neighborhood Beat: Bushwick. Original airdate: 9/9/10 http://www.bricartsmedia.org/bit.

The Bodega Wine Bar: Neighborhood Beat: Bushwick

For Bushwickers, there’s a new meaning for the phrase “The Bodega!” To folks in the neighborhood, it may mean Spanish wines from remote vineyards, local wines from Upstate NY, or perhaps a Belgian ale that would be hard to find elsewhere. All this and more can be enjoyed at The Bodega Wine Bar. For more info on The Bodega Wine Bar and how to get there, visit them at http://www.thebodegabk.wordpress.com
From Brooklyn Independent Televisions Neighborhood Beat: Bushwick. Original airdate: 9/9/10 http://www.bricartsmedia.org/bit.

Bitches Brew Revisited: Caught In The Act

Bitches Brew Revisited: Jazz? Rock? Even Miles Davis couldn’t categorize his own groundbreaking 1970s album, Bitches Brew. We bring you into rehearsal as, 40 years on, trumpeter Graham Haynes and an all-star ensemble (including Brooklynites Melvin Gibbs, Marco Benevento & Cindy Blackman) prepare to recreate it live at Celebrate Brooklyn!
From Brooklyn Independent Television‘s Caught In The Act, episode 28.

Original air date: 7/28/2010.
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