Sign up here. Join the New York City Brewers Guild on December 4th to help give to the communities that need it most, through the organizations that know them best: Rockaway Surf Club, Red Hook Initiative & Coney Recovers. All funds raised with be split equally amongst the three organizations. General Admission tickets are $40, […]
Archives for November 2012
Filmmaker John Mattiuzzi: When I set out to film my neighborhood in Williamsburg, Brooklyn the night of the hurricane, I did not anticipate the footage I was about to film. My main goal was to make a short film of whatever I captured that night. A small art film was the idea. But after the […]
So you’ve stuffed yourself stupid and spent all your dough on shoes and hardware supplies just for the Black Friday discount. But don’t despair! This weekend, North Brooklyn has you covered. There are still three solid events going down tonight and tomorrow that are sure to have you drunkenly celebrating the days off from work. […]
For your Williamsburg family thanksgiving, I recommend keeping it simple. Even if you’re no culinary expert, these potatoes are easy, and truffle oil makes it fancy tasty. Open up a bottle of Wild Turkey to keep it festive, or make this. Put on a record, and whip up these bad boys. People will be all […]
For more info on Josh Link please visit his tribute group on Facebook. To download the mix for FREE click HERE. For more FREE Pre Party Jamz mix tapes click HERE.
Workout just released the new video for their song “Bon Voyage,” which they recorded at Converse’s Rubber Tracks studio in Williamsburg.
Out now on Cascine, Rush Midnight‘s +1 EP is a plethora of tropical vibes that’s sure to make your baby-making parts feel all sorts of tingling. Russ Manning’s moniker, Rush Midnight, is equally dichotomous as the former Twin Shadow bassist’s solo debut record – perfectly rushed beats set the danceable rhythmic pace, while each track […]
Gothamist interviewed him: “I live in Williamsburg,” Ian MacAllen tells us. “Or East Williamsburg. It all depends on the year, the real estate broker, the cab driver, the girl you are trying to impress. For people who know the difference, I tell them Graham Avenue.” His petition, which calls on the federal government to “peacefully […]
Now, we’ll never have to venture into Manhattan on the weekend! The final touches on Williamsburg Cinemas, Elgart’s long-planned seven-auditorium movie hub on Grand Street and Driggs Avenue, will wrap up this weekend for the 1,000-seater theater to open in December, he said. “We were planning on opening Nov. 2…then Sandy hit,” said Elgart, the […]