I was feeling a little deflated after a rough run in the morning heat and post third iced coffee, was nearly ready to tackle the Googs.
After a long walk to the festival site, dreaming of how the day would unfold in drunken, satiated splendor, I saw the line to…Read More
We recently hooked up with HeyReverb.com and some other cool folks from Colorado to throw a CMJ party in the Lower East Side. Since we’re big lazies right about now we’ll just hand the press release over as received.
Note: Where it says “out-of-towners” they mean from Brooklyn and when…Read More
What do you get when you mix blank garage doors, some of the city’s best artists and a sponsorship from Sixpoint brewery? If it isn’t abundantly clear – you get some outlandishly cool collaborative artwork, a better looking neighborhood and a damn good party.
This Saturday, September 10, join Tamara Santibanez & Alex McWatt of…Read More
Sometimes articles just about write themselves – Weinergate being the most obvious example. The upcoming Stick & Poke event at Lady Jay’s is no exception. On Wednesday, August 17, starting at 10pm, Lady Jay’s will play host to Stick & Poke, an event focused on the classic art of stick…Read More
Summer in Brooklyn means a lot of things – hacked fire hydrants, outdoor eating/drinking, pavement hot enough to fry an egg, (insert fond Brooklyn summer memory here). Next Level Pictures went ahead and captured 8 hours of footage throughout BK without any pre-production, putting together one of the summer-vibe movies…Read More
OK, so it’s not in Brooklyn, but every now and again there is something that happens outside of our fair borough that’s worth an emphatic nod – especially when so many of the organizers make Brooklyn the best music, arts and party scene in the city. Enter The Palms, a…Read More
The building that Motorino had been occupying on 319 Graham Avenue was jokingly referred to as Williamsburg’s Leaning Tower of Pizza. The wonky engineering resulted in a nightmare for the landlord and tenant. It had been sheathed in scaffolding while undergoing a re-leveling. The repairs for the structural issues were…Read More
Brooklyn bands are known for their innovation, and Comandante Zero is no exception. This electro-funk group features an artist who creates live music videos during their shows.
“I’m painting the color of the songs,” explained the band’s resident illustrator, 0h10m1ke, over a beer at Williamsburg’s Ontario Bar. The artist, who taught…Read More
Laissez les bons temps roulez! It’s that time of year again to get out your Pernod, don the beret, and get ready for some serious petanque, because it’s Bastille Day 2011.
OK, so if you didn’t understand a single thing you just read, don’t worry, it basically said: Let the good…Read More