Since Sade first emerged on the scene as Best New Artist in 1986, she’s been giving us music to, well, make out to. And although each album sounds pretty much the same, we’re not mad– mostly because Sade just keeps getting hotter. Since we’re all about promoting all things that may help you get laid […]
Archives for March 2010
via the Greenpoint / Williamsburg for Google Fiber Optic Facebook page.
Instead of eating brunch at your favorite spot this Sunday; try something new and head to the latest installment of The Brooklyn Food Experiments: The Brooklyn Brunch Experiment at The Bell House. This experiment aims to take brunch to the next level by infusing a bit of “competition” and turning it into a cook-off. The […]
We’ve got a pair of tickets to check out Austin’s Shearwater this Saturday at the Bowery Ballroom. Their epically dreamy sound booms with melancholy, and kinda reminds me of Where the Wild Things Are, in the newest video for “Hidden Lakes”: To win a pair of tickets to see Shearwater this weekend just comment on […]
The scary thing is I think these guys are for real: And then there’s this. We *love* that these asshats are dressed like a hobo wizards but don’t recognize the irony of lashing out at Obama for being outside their comfort zone.
While nobody from this neck of the woods has popped up on the Chatroulette Map, we know you’re out there! You can’t hide forever!! Anyways, want to make $100 for ChatRoulette’n? We spoke with one of our neighbors, a Williamsburg resident who we’ll call Agent Chatbro for the sake of anonymity, who runs Chatroulette Images […]
Emboldened in their unified opposition to Williamsburg Walks, a number of Bedford’s business owners are turning on the neighborhood’s food trucks. It’s dog eat dog out here! The ever-popular Endless Summer taco truck and Van Leeuwen Ice Cream truck were both mentioned in a Brooklyn Paper article by storefront merchants looking to lay blame on […]
From David Auerbach, owner of Dijital Fix: As an owner of a Business on Bedford Ave, I can definitely attest to the fact that this stuff HURTS and not HELPS my business. At first, I was excited about it, having moved into my space just around the time they were beginning them. I soon realized […]
Herein lies select responses and some commentary following a roundtable interview with James Murphy, LCD Soundsystem frontman, and more importantly for the sake of this interview, the original score artist in writer/director Noah Baumbach’s newest film. Wantonly neurotic, fresh off of a mental breakdown, and finding himself once again in his family’s Hollywood hills mansion […]
An excerpt from Walt Whitman’s “Crossing Brooklyn Ferry” as retold by Brooklynites. [Thanks Heather]