Season two of How to Make It in America is about to kick off next month and what better way to celebrate than by drinking free Hendrick’s Gin and/or Hudson Whiskey: Dream big or go home. That’s what the cast of HBO’s hit show How to Make It in America will be doing in its […]
Archives for September 2011
In an open letter to Open Space Alliance, a Williamsburg Waterfront resident is reporting blatant drug abuse outside last weekend’s Widespread Panic show. Despite her attempt at calling police attention to the “hundreds of people” gathering around nitrous oxide balloon sellers, the “lawless drug nightmare” continued unabated. Although no arrests were made, police found three empty nitrous […]
The Reverend Vince Anderson and his Love Choir have become an institution, holding mass every Monday night at Union Pool. Self-described as “dirty gospel,” the Rev. gives a soulful, optimistic and uplifting performance every week. This past Monday, to celebrate his birthday and toast his relationship with Union Pool, Vince teamed up with SixPoint Brewery […]
The Times won’t let you embed it since they don’t understand the internet….. but here it is.
And marching, and chanting, and actually making some pretty goddamn good points about the economy. Check out the information on the Adbusters/Anonymous Occupy Wall Street Protest, watch their livestream, buy them pizza, or read the interviews with the protesters over at the Awl.
Because the one above was just chilling out on Marcy and Hope last night. Can someone let the owner of this vehicle know that I would like to marry them please? Thanks. Photo by Oriana Leckert of Brooklyn Spaces.
Talkin’ pizza blogs, Hawaiian history, drunk haircuts, Queens rappers. On the heels of their new release Relax, Das Racist present this new thing called Chillin Island, which is the same name as their weekly show on East Village Radio (2pm-4pm). As if you needed further proof that these guys are DIY rap and having fun doing […]
We’ve already been infinitely impressed this summer by Smorgasburg, the Brooklyn Flea‘s weekly event bringing a bazaar of delicious food to the Williamsburg Waterfront. Now – perfectly timed but not affiliated with the NYC Craft Beer Week – the Flea (along with the DUMBO Improvement District) is putting on this food- and beer-centric event, Under […]
This Sunday, September 18 at the Williamsburg Waterfront, sample local fare and complimentary booze at Taste Williamsburg Greenpoint. Tickets range from $35 to $150, with all proceeds benefitting the building of the Northside Town Hall Community and Cultural Center. The center will provide cultural exhibitions, a community meeting space and a permanent home for Neighbors Allied […]