Tomorrow night is the final Yr Friday Night of the summer. If you haven’t gotten the chance to come out to one of these poetry/music/art/awesome friendship hangout events yet this summer, you need to come out to Brooklyn Fire Proof for a great time. Check out the flyer and lineup below.
Archives for August 2011
Last night’s sold out 10th Anniversary celebration for the cult comedy Wet Hot American Summer was a fan’s wet hot American dream come true. Hosted by Stella (David Wain, Michael Showalter, Michael Ian Black) who also starred in, wrote and directed the movie, the night included archived video audition footage, a sweater fondling contest and appearances from […]
Following recent reports by The Brooklyn Paper and The L Magazine that Jelly’s latest free rock ‘n roll venture Rock Beach was suffering from significantly poor attendance, Jelly has decided to finally address the problem – that Floyd Bennett Field is fucking far. So kiddies, Rock Yard returns! The homecoming is set for this Sunday […]
Ice cream is so overrated. Why not cool yourself down with the chilling go-to refreshment of cold soup? Yes. That’s right. Cold soup. This Sunday from 5pm to 8pm, Huckleberry Bar hosts Some Like It Cold: a cold soup competition to support the locally-based arts and performance conglomerate, the claque. A mere $10 gets you all […]
With all her talk of “swag” I was hoping she was the latest member of the Odd Future crew. Sadly no Tyler cameos. Instead, she’s the latest from the Rebecca Black production team.
You’ll have to travel a little farther than Brooklyn if you want to see our #1 and #3 shows of the week. The Escape to New York festival at Long Island’s Shinnecock Reservation starts this Friday with Patti Smith, Best Coast, Chairlift and more. Be prepared to pay (a lot) for the privilege, but you’ll […]
Clearly this is must-see TV:
Diners hoping to get their brick oven pizza on at Motorino last night were greeted by closed doors and this sign. RIP Motorino. Formerly: Motorino to close, um, permanently.
I never got into Drake when he first hit the scene. Chalk it up to my total disdain for anything related to Degrassi and lyrics that were easy to ridicule (What am I doing?/What am I doing?/ Oh ya, that’s right/ I’m doing me). But with his cheerleading for The Weeknd, one of the best […]
We know Fort Lean can create some sweet tunes. We know that because we downloaded their EP, saw them play Bushwick Walkabout, and put their music on at parties. But have you ever wanted to, say, hear them talk about giving away music for free? Or the etymology of “bumpkin”? Travis Harrison and Serious Business […]