Somehow, this wasn’t on our radar, but Brooklyn Star has been open for a little over two weeks in the space formerly known as Lazy Catfish. There’s no brick oven this time around, but it’s more spacious and the menu remains largely the same.
Archives for March 2011
Hilarious. Don’t miss his catchphrase near the end of the speech, “great interview, aces.”
This weekend, the Brooklyn Flea will make its Williamsburg debut. That’s 120 vendors taking over the Williamsburg waterfront offering their wares of vintage-chic clothing, cool antique things and delicious foodstuffs. It will still remain in the popular Fort Green location on Saturdays, but Sundays through the summer will be at the East River park. I’m sure […]
SXSW is over, but Brooklyn resident Jake Roper put together this nice video for those of us who couldn’t make it to the yearly Austin event. Watch it below and experience all the pedicab-taking, carousel-riding, maximum occupancy-violating fun that you may (or may not) have missed this month. 24hrs at SXSW from Jake Roper on […]
Fleet Foxes – Grown Ocean from Fleet Foxes on Vimeo.
Always swagged out with a posse of babes, wearing a LVRS cap, probably never not having shades on, it makes sense that paparazzi would always be following around Theophilus London. This song “Why Even Try” is from the Lovers Holiday EP, the first non-mixtape release from TL, and has Sara from Tegan and Sara singing her […]
Our homegirl over at Downtown Diaries tipped us off on a new play in the works from Brooklyn’s own Perf Productions. A multimedia production which claims to use “live performance, film, motion graphics, illustrations, and music to chronicle the different pockets of one man’s neurosystem,” Degeneration X sure has our attention. The half-film, half-play, which […]
Ever see a dolphin giving bouncy rides in the subway? Or have a death bear show up at your apartment to take away your ex-lover’s stuff? Or been at a party that got crack delivered, but it was actually hard sugar candy? Well, the days of you enjoying these Nate Hill’s weird furry art (the […]
Here’s your regular round-up of comings and goings in the bar/restaurant scene. Lighthouse: Built from scratch by siblings Naama and Assaf Tamir, The Lighthouse is a welcome addition to the South Williamsburg/Lorimer neighborhood. Serving a locally sourced raw bar, whole fish, grilled steaks, pork chops, and pickles the food is fresh and tasty, although a […]
Last night I attended the Inflatable Sculpture Show @ 3rd Ward. I was curious to check out the show mainly because of the Air Bear sculptures built over the subway grates a couple years ago that swept across the Internet. The sculptures at the show last night were produced via the inflatable sculpture class that […]