When we got that bit of good news from the MTA about the G train I forgot that it probably came with the curse of bad news for the next seven years. The latest news is on weeknights from August 5th-30th the L train will not run between Lorimer and Myrtle-Wyckoff from 11:45PM to 5AM. […]
Archives for July 2013
In mid-September, Davis and his eight employees will pack up their approximately 75,000 records and 500 CDs and schlep it all to 83 Oak Street in Greenpoint,
If you like The Richardson (we do) then you’ll be delighted to learn that a new bar just opened on Kent Ave. from the same team behind the popular Graham Ave. staple. Grand Ferry has been open for several weeks and Bedford and Bowery recently paid them a visit: Despite the not insignificant development that […]
Gary Shteyngart’s piece in The New Yorker came out today about his experiences being a glasshole in NYC. He even visited Williamsburg: My friend Doug and I hit Bushwick and Williamsburg. Everyone at the bar at Roberta’s restaurant wants a piece of me. “Ah, future!” a German man cries. “We saw you have the Google,” […]
Washed Out Pool Party Sunday, August 4th // 2:00-7:00PM Thompson Hotel LES [190 Allen Street, NYC] DJ Sets by: Lemonade Small Black Chrome Sparks WASHED OUT Come celebrate Washed Out’s upcoming album “Paracosm”, out August 13th on Sub Pop. Selections from the new album will be played during Washed Out’s DJ set. RSVP here.
With Action Bronson, Pictureplane, Jamaican Queens and more. Evidently there’s a bikini kegstand contest. Check out the ridiculous trailer: More at bushwickblockparty.com/.
You can RSVP here. Mark your calendar, our 6th Annual Pig Roast is July 27! Join us for a summery celebration of gut-splitting proportions. Our friends at Fitzcarraldo will be roasting a pig and serving up delicious summer sides. Plus we will have music, dancing, Coolhaus treats, double dutch, workshops, The Self Portrait Project and […]
As part of a temporary “art project” called Bivouac you can now go camping on a Williamsburg roof. Fortunately, no campfires are allowed: “It’s about people communing together in a space for comfort and security,” said Thomas Stevenson, who calls his project “Bivouac,” a name that references temporary campsites used by soldiers or mountaineers. Stevenson […]
Update: We are sad to relay the news that Colin Devlin was found dead in Pennsylvania. Devlin’s restaurants have always been among our favorites and this is a very sad loss for the community. Our thoughts and best wishes to all of Devlin’s family and friends. From Gothamist: The 42-year-old restaurateur reportedly went missing yesterday following […]
This weekend’s round up gets an early start tonight with James Murphy (LCD Soundsystem) invading Output for an all nighter. One of the first big bills for the retiree that I’ve seen in a long time… but the mayhem continues on strong into Saturday and beyond. Seasoned party curators Verboten return to the Williamsburg Waterfront […]