We couldn’t be more excited to return to everyone’s favorite borough for the 8th Annual Renegade Craft Fair in Brooklyn on June 23 + 24, 2012 from 11am-7pm each day at the East River State Park, aka the Williamsburg Waterfront (just a few blocks from our old location in McCarren Park)! Join us as 300+ […]
Archives for June 2012
Via The Morning News With blockbusters like Snow White and the Huntsman, Zombie Overkill, and Yahtzee: Alien Invasion, it’s already a smash hit for summer movies. But serious film buffs know Summer 2012 will be even better—and we’re not just talking about Jerry Bruckheimer’s live-action Hungry Hungry Hippo Apocalypse. Justice League Avengers: Manchild Uprising DC […]
Check out premiere New York City Reggae outfit The Frighteners taking over Maria Hernandez Park in Bushwick last night. Below is a video edit of them covering Michael Prophet’s “Gunman”.
Last week we told you about a group using Kickstarter to help fund a major city art project. But if you want to give your hard earned dollar to simpler causes – like buying someone 50 lunches – then check out Indiegogo. The site seems to have blown up over night thanks to blogs jumping […]
It’s hot as hell, but you can’t beat the price. More information about this free show at mysocialist. Here’s a great short film on opener Johnny Corndawg: Meet Jonny Corndawg from Miku & Ryan on Vimeo.
In case you needed another occasion to drink, Smorgasburg will be selling alcohol beginning this Saturday. Gothamist has the pricing: beer for $6, wine for $11, booze for $12. Grub Street has more info: there will be a roped-in area – SmorgasBar – that features a changing lineup of local alcohol producers like Brooklyn Brewery, […]
Last night unlikely collaborators Steve Aoki and Duran Duran hit the Trident / SOL Republic sponsored stage to celebrate the release of their “NEW” single “Hungry Like The Wolf (Steve Aoki vs Duran Duran – The New York Werewolf Mix)”
As made evident by the content of this and the previous edition of “The Most Blogged About Shows This Week,” New York City is increasingly overrun by festivals. There’s a few going on this week, most notably Hillstock (Bushwick), Rockstock (Rockaway Beach) and, with some of the biggest names to hit NYC this summer, Governor’s […]
As we mentioned yesterday, today is the Sixth Annual Make Music New York celebration. With hundreds of musical acts performing in the streets until 10PM, you may feel a bit lost as to where to begin. Here’s a great event to hit up: The Sixth Annual Williamsburgers & Wieners BBQ Block Party. The event begins […]
Listen: Dent May: “Shakedown Street” (mp3) via We’ve been enjoying his new record Do Things out on Paw Tracks. Here’s the first single, ‘Home Grown’: