As tweeted by the wise Wendy Williams, “RIP Heavy D…..love you like cooked food!” Real talk.
Archives for November 2011
A beautiful performance of the standout track on Girls’ latest record, performed in an abandoned church in Brooklyn. It’s even more poignant given Owens’ history (and his mom’s) with the Church of God cult.
Not that it needed to be confirmed, but the men in blue have clearly lost their minds. They are now writing tickets for moving between train cars via the rear end doors. Yes, even if the train sits in the station. This will set you back $75. ‘Witnessed’ yesterday on the L-train at 8th ave.
Back in July news broke that Nate Smith, an ex Spotted Pig chef who ran a pub in Prospect Heights called Dean Street for about a month, was opening a new restaurant and bar in Williamsburg this fall called Allswell. The project opens to the public tomorrow night. Located at 124 Bedford Ave. in the […]
We’ve finally completed the four-week cycle of CMJ, starting with anticipation and ending up with severe liver disease. A few key takeaways from our CMJ experience: 1. The single “I’m His Girl” by the band Friends is awesome. Beware its ability to burrow deep into your consciousness. 2. Open bar at the Red Bull space […]
A couple of weeks ago, not so Youth(ful) of Today played a low key show at The Acheron in East Williamsburg. Say what you will, but the 100 people that squeezed into the tiny space loved the shit out of it.
Of Stardust took place last night at St.Vitus Bar in Greenpoint. Free wine and cookies accompanied fine art. Not the worst way to spend a Thursday night.
Last year we told you: no one in Brooklyn rocks harder than The Naked Heroes. This year we’re telling you again: These guys are fucking amazing. Not only do they have an ass-kicking new record, Demon the Whiskey Down, out now, they’ve been turned into a fucking comic. By Benjamin Marra. Of Vice Magazine. You […]
It’s that time for your regular new food & drink openings round-up. Burnside: Burnside is one of our favorite new cozy spots to open this Fall. The bar is wood-paneled and features beers & cocktails from the Midwest, in addition to a few small plates including the “Jucy Lucy” burgers with molten American cheese cores, […]