Dan Ichimoto’s interest in local Park Slope and Gownaus businesses brings us his latest project-in-progress, Corner Stories. BCL’s Neil Carlson interviewed Dan, a member since 2015, to give us more insight into his work, which he hopes to publish as a photography book one day.
We speak to member Heather O’Donnell, principal of Honey & Wax Booksellers. Honey & Wax Booksellers is a source for works of great literature, rare first printings, unique books, books with no downloadable versions and more, in New York City. An interesting look at the Antiquarian book industry and why the visibility of women in this space is important.
Increase your networking opportunities, have more control over access to resources, and alleviate the loneliness that comes with working from home. These are just some of the benefits that you gain from coworking. Read the article to find out more and download our free resource guide!
Here are a few fun facts we learned about Gowanus and its infamous canal.
Don’t let lunch prep slide off of your to-do list. We consulted some of our resident BCL lunch packing experts on the art of the packed lunch to help change your mindset about this task.
Today’s post is written by Tori Lutz, an author at Bold Patents, a patent law firm with the mission to enable innovators to improve our world through rock-solid patent protection! Bold Patents’ clients are investors, entrepreneurs, and scientists who are pushing the limits, doing what has never been done before, and taking risks in the […]
I started my digital marketing agency at my kitchen table in 2013. But like you, I’ve loved being a part of the Brooklyn Creative League community since I joined. It’s been a welcome change from working from home (where the pull of last night’s dishes often distracted me from emails that needed answers), and since […]