TV on the Radio So much to do tonight, we’re torn: TV on the Radio: Live and FREE at Prospect Park. Friday July 30 at 6:30 pm From Celebrate Brooklyn Website: Brooklyn’s TV ON THE RADIO leads a triple bill that will get you in touch with your inner indie rock aficionado. With singer Tunde […]
Archives for June 2006
NPR has provided a handy interactive map where you can track anti-gay marriage initiatives state by state. Check it out here.
I’M YOURS NOW, featuring new work by Hipster Handbook, Food Court Druids, and The Sinner’s Guide to the Evangelical Right artist, Jeff Bechtel. Opening Reception, Wednesday June 28th, 6-8PM Sikkema Jenkins & Co. gallery space (more info after the jump)
And it’s actually kind of hilarious, even though they mistakenly suggest that a hipster would drink a frat boy elixir like Coors. Check it out here. And if you missed their previous teaser, Hip or Dangerous, be sure to check that out here.
UPDATE: All vouchers at all locations are gone As you may already know, Belle & Sebastian are playing a free show at Battery park on July 4th. There are a limited amount of tix, so here’s where you need to be to pick them up: (after the jump)
Guess it’s time to throw out our Europe ’72 disk. Ann Coulter confesses to being a Deadhead. [From the most retarded site known to man, Jambands.com] Jambands: When and how was your last Dead show? AC: I have no recollection of it whatsoever, other than that it was awesome… Jambands: It’s time to name names. […]
[From WaPo] Muslim Gays Seek Lesbians For Wives On a Web site for gay South Asians, 27-year-old Syed Mansoor uploaded the following message last summer: “Hi, I am looking for a lesbian girl for marriage. I am gay but I would like to get married because of pressure from parents and society. I would like […]
This story hit the wires 2 weeks ago, but hasn’t gotten much coverage. Further proof that our media has its collective head up its own ass. Or at least up Angelina Jolie’s “more newsworthy” ass. [thanks for the reminder Pete] The board of governors of the American Bar Association voted unanimously yesterday to investigate whether […]
This promises to be a great festival (if it doesn’t rain). Here’s the schedule: Saturday, June 24th at McCarren Park Pool (Lorimer Street between Driggs and Bayaard in Williamsburg). Only $10.00 at the door for all the below: Line Up: 6:30pm Doors Open – come explore the installations and booths from local community artists including […]
We discovered a great new Latin Fusion restaurant this week just off the Graham Avenue stop of the L. It’s a tad hard to get to, but the delicious cerviche, the pulled pork, and the quesadillas make it worth the walk. The quinoa & beans side is exquisite. Plus, they have buy 1 get 1 […]