Any news on when/where/if they are reopening?
Archives for November 2011
London based King Krule (aka Archy Marshall) was in BK/NYC during CMJ, playing shows at Glasslands and such. Even though he was just here, King Krule’s visit felt far from sufficient. CMJ shows are weird like that – a really quick and often sloppy introduction to far too many bands. King Krule just came out […]
Since 2008, Mexican Summer has been cranking out records from some of our favorite artists like Best Coast, Washed Out, Kurt Vile, Real Estate, Nite Jewel and well, you get the picture, right? So we’re excited to see the release of their 100th record — two tracks from our synth-enamored friends Ford & Lopatin featuring […]
This Friday and Saturday, members of a dozen New York theater companies will lend their talents to 48NYC: Page to stage in 24 Hours – a self-described chaotic community event. Each night will feature a line up of seven new one-act plays written, designed and rehearsed only hours before showtime. So if you’re in need of a cultured […]
Thursday, November 10th – Ascending the stairs to Shea Stadium, the sultry chords of St. Claire echoed off the walls. Front woman Emily Forsythe’s commanding, yet distant presence was certainly in contrast to the succeeding post punk/pop groups, but set an intimate tone for the small DIY venue. Reminiscent of Mazzy Star circa 1993, St. […]
I’ve got a special place in my heart for CSS — let it be known that little miss Lovefoxxx’s adorable Brazilian accent can be found bopping around on many a travel playlist in my phone. Why? Because the girl brings me right back to a careless age when everything seemed complicated but was way more […]
From 3rd Ward: If you’re riding the L Train between 8am and 10am any day this week, you might want to whip out your smartphone or another device with wifi capabilities. During those hours, if you’re riding between Morgan Avenue and 8th Avenue, you’ll be able to connect to the “L Train Notwork,” a pirate wi-fi intranet […]
Just in time for the weekend, here’s your regular food & drink openings round-up. Gwynnett St: Another seasonal American Nouveau restaurant comes to Williamsburg featuring “beef-rib cap with pickled bone marrow and parsley root, and Amish chicken served alongside sweet potato, turnips and dates”. Draft beers and European wins are featured on a rotating basis. […]
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Going to art openings is a lot of fun, and a great way to get to know and hang out with the local and visiting artists that are part of what makes north Brooklyn the kind of place we like to call home. I support independent, original art, and I wish I had the money […]