Archives for June 2012
The North Brooklyn Boat Club is hosting a Summer Solstice Party at the Broadway Stages Boatyard tonight. There’s no cover and there will be plenty of games, music, drinks and food with a gorgeous city view. Sounds pretty damn pleasant to me!
This Thursday, June 21 hundreds of free concerts in public spaces will be occurring around New York througout all five boroughs thanks to Make Music New York. Make Music New York is in its sixth year and open to the general public. From their website: “Make Music New York takes place simultaneously with similar festivities […]
Brace yourselves: it’s going to be 96 degrees in Brooklyn tomorrow and Thursday. The city has even put a “heat advisory” into affect until 8 p.m. Thursday night. Here are some things to do in the area to stay cool, excluding the city’s “cooling centers,” whatever those are. 1. Go to the movies. Northside Film […]
This is the first of a series of events at Red Hook Park this summer. Check out the full Red Hook Park schedule here. Action Bronson & Statik Selektah – ‘Not Enough Words’
Justin Little, June 16, 2012 Next set I caught was Dinosaur Feathers at Spike Hill. I hate to bash any band but there were negatives to this set. So the songs were good. The drummer was really good. The lead singer/guitarist did his thing. During the main part of the song the bass was good […]
Do you miss summer camp? If so, get ready for the summer camp-themed party of the summer (complete with smores and talent shows)… via brokelyn.com: Are you and your bunkmates getting excited for the Brokelyn Summer Camp Party on June 28 at Crown Victoria?! That’s just two weeks away, still plenty of time to practice […]
Rope on, Punk! Punk Rope is a team activity that is a “cross between recess and boot camp, which blends rope jumping, fitness games, and creative calisthenics.” Sounds too fitness-y for you? Think again. This isn’t just any athletic field day. No, no. There are rubber chickens involved. Yes, rubber chickens, used in the 1-on-1 […]