I’m sure by now you lovely ladies out there have noticed the bright banner that shows up for TRKFLD.  Well if you haven’t already, click the banner and you’ll be transported to bag heaven.  The TRK FLD line offers simple, stylish, straightforward bags! My favorite is the Mimi pictured above.  Uno: that pose is cute. Duo: It’s a circle! (I’m a hatbox collector and that bag is pulling on my heartstrings.)But there ... Read More

Blast from the Past!

BY Team Intern in General |

  What celebrities are you living in the past for? After discussing the new Batman movie that is coming out, I confessed that Christian Bale circa Little Women was the man of my dreams... but then Tara reminded me of the 1992 classic musical The Newsies which not only made a New York accent hot, but made Brooklyn cool long before Brooklyn got hip. Forget Christian Bale! Spot, you'll always be the man of my eleven year old heart. (image taken from ... Read More

No Guts No Glory

BY Laurie in Crafty |

       OK, but I get alot of mail everyday, some of it fun (cds, photography and illustration promos) some not so fun (bills!) and every now and then some random cool shit that I just have to share. Today I recieved a hand made linocut poster and silkscreened neckerchef (or neckerchin as debbie likes to call em) from a gal named Tamara, her company is called No Guts No Glory and she is based in Brooklyn. This particular scarf had ... Read More

Bicycle Fevah

BY Team Intern in General |

Bicycle fever has hit NYC this summer, and no one should be left out! Recycle-A-Bike has started a bike club for kids ages 10-15, but anyone else is welcome as well. The Ride Club includes workshops on basic bike mechanics, riding skills, and how to safely ride in city traffic. Dates that they'll be meeting on include: July 11, July 25, August 8, August 15, and August 22nd at 10 A.M. at 46-01 5th Street-- their Long Island City space in Queens.For more information, ... Read More

Comics for Ladies

BY Sarah J. in General |

So I'm a giant comic geek, but I despair over the lack of comics aimed at the ladies. There's plenty out there that I love, still, but it makes me happy to see that DC Comics has started an entire girl-centric line, Minx. The newest Minx book is The New York Four, by Brian Wood and Ryan Kelly, who teamed up before this on the superb Local, which is also amazing and girl-friendly. The New York Four is the story of four NYU students finding their way around the ... Read More