Follow the eccentric crew of Brooklyn beekeepers for their very first illegal honey harvest for their restaurants. See how the entire process takes place over a few laughs and a little help from friends – from stealing honey from the hive to collecting every last sticky drop. After this, you’ll definitely want an illegal hive […]
Archives for August 2009
Love him or hate him, Michael Moore gets people talking. His new one is out Oct. 2. In other news, we’re looking forward to Matt Taibbi’s assuredly epic healthcare smackdown in the upcoming Rolling Stone. Here’s a teaser.
If you don’t have Hymns Appaloosa you’re missing out on one of our recent favorite releases. And boys, since you’re not down with us blogs calling you “southern fried”, I’ll quote myself when asked what I thought of “Wedding Day”– sounds like Bowie singing on a Phoenix record. Only after listening through the entire EP […]
The first single off of the upcoming debut album from Cory Chisel & The Wandering Sons, Death Won’t Send a Letter, “Born Again” is co-written by Brendan Benson who, along with his Ractonteurs, join in on much of the album’s collaboration. Benson (who spent yesterday out in Rock Island recording for Daytrotter.com), joined in to […]
Zero Film Festival bills itself as the film festival for the truly self-funded filmmaker. Tonight, the launch party is hitting up Galapagos in DUMBO with premieres from Peru Ana Ana Peru, Alia Raza, and Aaron Katz.
Of course we all knew this anyway, but it’s nice to have confirmation. In a new book, former Secretary of Homeland Security Tom Ridge reveals new details on politicization under President Bush, reports US News & World Report’s Paul Bedard. Among other things, Ridge admits that he was pressured to raise the terror alert to […]
North 3rd and Bedford
19-year old model Jocelyn Saldana stripped down to her skinnies for 22-year old photographer Zach Hyman on the L train last month, and made an elderly man get the shakes. Also, a woman screamed. You’d think this would pique the interests of the NYPD, which doesn’t really like L train antics. But, as of yet, […]
Just realized how embarrassed I was when Asher Roth came on random shuffle this morning. I glanced around, making sure no one heard, and quickly changed the song. His lyrics are like poetic poo, something 8th graders would dream of if they only knew how to rhyme words like “eat” and “seat.” Here’s your zen, […]