When the pandemic hit, Andrei, like many other people, decided to give his hobby of home brewing one more try.Read more "Home-brew Beer: The Therapeutic Activity You Didn’t Know You Needed"
uieted streets in April to the slow resurgence of people in July to making the best of the winter conditions. Each time its most loyal residents mourning the loss of small businesses and defending its city to others.Read more "New York Picture Book Captures the City’s Culture and Community"
One issue that has strongly affected us this year is the separation of immigrant families crossing the Mexican-American border. A few months ago, as the fight escalated to new heights, we decided we needed to contribute in whatever capacity we could — that’s when we discovered The Brave House.Read more "Brave House, a Non-Profit Helping Young Immigrant Women in New York City"
Equal parts award-winning spoken word artist and local activist, Noel’s work is fueled by a connection to his home borough and an exploration of his Afro-Boricua heritage.Read more "Poet Noel Quiñones on exploring his roots and supporting Bronx artists"
The annual NY Design Week exhibit challenges industry conventions by melding art, design, craft and comedy.Read more "Blurring boundaries with JONALDDUDD"
Through an organic, interdisciplinary approach, Maya’s work comments on gender and racial inequalities that pervade Indian society. She employs tangible real-world materials to convey thoroughly researched ideas that poke holes in unquestioned, but question-worthy, notions. About fifty miles from the famed Taj Mahal lies the lesser known North Indian city of Firozabad. Romanticized as the […]Read more "Artist Maya Jay Varadaraj on being inspired by — and critical of — home"
Though he spends long work days in a hospital emergency room, J.P. uses his free time to the fullest, hitting pizzerias old and new and never ceasing to explore more of the city that raised him.Read more "This New Yorker tackles life in the city one (plain) slice at a time"
This September, Reyna became Nooklyn’s first-ever in-house designer. The position was created to generate effective marketing materials for new rental apartment buildings and homes for sale.Read more "Balancing act: Graphic designer and illustrator Reyna Clarissa"
Early on the Monday following Thanksgiving weekend, I get on the phone with Trisha Sakhuja-Walia, CEO of Brown Girl Magazine, to talk about her path and vision for the platform.Read more "Badass Women: Trisha Sakhuja-Walia, NY native and CEO of Brown Girl Magazine"
If you’ve looked at a Nooklyn listing or read a Nooklyn Story, chances are you have seen photos taken by Nicholas Doyle. We decided to put him in the spotlight for a change.Read more "Getting to know real estate photographer Nicholas Doyle"