This is the moment we’ve been waiting for… and it single-handedly made me super excited for the summer, which would be a lot cooler if we could just hang out with Uncle Matt the whole time. Via The Music Slut:
Archives for March 2010
A building under construction located on Conselyea St. b/t Union and Lorimer Avenue collapsed this morning. A few workers were trapped but have since been rescued. The site isn’t a stranger to the city. A DOB complaint was filed on 2/4/10 and assigned to the “Emergency Response Team,” identifying 36 Conselyea with conditions that are […]
N.6 has closed, and Pinkteron Wine Bar (yes, it’s named after the Weezer album) has opened in its place. Although the interior and layout is similar to N.6, there are new window treatments, and word is that there will be more of an emphasis on mood lighting. In warm weather patio seating will also be […]
In a proclamation supporting high-speed internet access for Brooklyn (a nod to the ongoing efforts to bring Google to Brooklyn), Marky Markowitz has renamed the Williamsburg Bridge the ‚”Wi-Fi” Bridge & the Brooklyn Bridge the ‚”Broadband Bridge.” Read the full proclamation after the jump.
Sideshow’s (S. 2nd St.) curator Richie Temperio spoke with Art Talk’s The Greatest Interview Show of All Time about the art scene in the 60’s and 70’s in Williamsburg, Brooklyn. They had Thai restaurants everywhere back then too! In The Greatest Interview Show of All Time’s ongoing oral history of Williamsburg, Will finds Richie Temperio, […]
Two hostels operating in 112 North 6th Street were raided and shut down on Friday. There were allegedly 16 people per apartment, paying 1k each, no fire escapes, and no sprinkler systems in place. Disaster waiting to happen or just life in NYC? Loftstel’s website is now redirecting to its DC location, but the cache […]
A commenter writes: i’m not sure how they think a taco truck and an ice cream truck are affecting the business at a cafe. they don’t sell the same foods. when i want a taco, i get a taco. i’m not gonna go to blackbird parlor just because there’s no taco truck. maybe their businesses […]
For the first time in years, The Grates played in Brooklyn along with Savoir Adore and Dappled Cities. Openers Savoir Adore and Dappled Cities set the par for the night. Australian Dappled Cities could not look more excited to be playing to a reveling crowd. Each song swelled and built behind lead singer Tim Derricourt […]
Bust Magazine is celebrating tonight, and you should join them! I hear there will be 2-for-1 pierogis. Yumm!
Last night Bear Hands headlined a show with part-time muse Lissy Trullie and Terrible Records first release Acrylics at Glasslands with Holy Ghost closing the night with a DJ set. With everyone finally back from SXSW, Glasslands was overflowing with people with an even divide of Trullie and Bear Hands fans. More pictures after the […]