Archives for July 2010
Thanks Aquarium Drunkard!
The South has arrived in Williamsburg at the Grand Street bar Lady Jay’s where you’ll find moonshine, mounted antlers, a backyard deck and a jukebox stocked with Waylon, Loretta, Patsy and Johnny. Restaurant veteran Sam Mason (former wd-50 and Tailor chef and star of “Dinner with the Band”) decided to try something new by leaving […]
The summer personified comes in the form of a FREE Seaport Music show tonight featuring Free Energy and Ms. Fuzzy Buzzy herself, Best Coast. – If the lightning storm doesn’t get too close, at least it looks like the rain has gone away today (and will probably come again another day, ie. all Sunday) so […]
While the Brooklyn hipster may be ever-associated with swilling the cheaper version of this medallion-winning brew, Pabst Brewing Co. (under new management) has begun selling a “fancy-pants” beer in China called 1844, which sells for 300 yuan ($45 US) per 720ml bottle. Pabst Brewmaster-Asia Alan Kornhauser claims the beer is aimed at China’s “Nouveau riche,” […]
There’s trouble a-brewing on the range, um, we mean Times Square. Turns out Robert Burck, aka The Naked Cowboy, has a burr in his saddle tighty-whities about an impostor known as The Naked Cowgirl who is cramping his style and perhaps his copyright: “No one else should be profiting off the Naked Cowboy brand,” said […]
Urban Infidel: Williamsburg, Brooklyn is a haven for the metrosexual, trust funded left and their ilk. Their ilk!
Paroozing Craigslist is one way of potentially ruining a relationship– but this time it’s at the hands of HBO and not random sex with strangers, well, maybe not that. The post is pretty vague, but we imagine that the producers of Taxicab Confessions want slutty hipster couples to air out all their sexual frustration with […]
I continue to love Beach House’s latest record, Teen Dream. For anyone who got picked on in high school, this new, freaky video by Allen Cordell is like a fever dream.
Dudes, if you’re not listening to Twin Shadow, I don’t even know how to explain how disappointed I am with you. The moniker of Bushwick’s well-dressed George Lewis Jr., Twin Shadow’s debut album has been literally spinning on repeat on every possible audio device in my apartment. Forget is a seamless blend of smooth lust […]