We made it to Spring! It is also time to reflect on the death of someone that brought happiness to millions of people, RIP Phife Dawg. Rather than waste time with any nonsensical myths this weekend, get out there and enjoy yourself with some great shows, I have some fine recommendations for you.
Archives for March 2016
Things are finally warming up in the burg and it’s a good time to kick that coat to the curb! This weekend starts tonight up in Greenpoint where UK Bass influencer Pearson Sound joins Tessela at Good Room where GlitterballNYC will accompany in the Bad Room. On Friday, Sublimate is back with a secretly located […]
FREEwilliamsburg wants to make sure you have a nice, loud weekend. That’s why we’re giving away tickets to Kill the Noise at Output this Saturday. Following the release of his critically acclaimed debut album Occult Classic and appearances at festivals like Electric Zoo, Mysteryland and more, New York native Jake Stanczak returns to Brooklyn with support […]
While condos have taken over much of the neighborhood that once was, Henry Miller‘s childhood home on Driggs and Metropolitan remains thanks to securing landmark status in 2007. From
We’re very sad to hear the news about the passing of Tribe Called Quest member Malik Isaac Taylor, best known as Phife Dawg. We loved Q Tip, but the Five Foot Assassin was always our favorite Native Tongue member. He was 45. Rapper Phife Dawg, a member of rap pioneers A Tribe Called Quest, has died at […]
Eater reports that the critically popular Malaysian restaurant Pasar Malam has closed. At least for the time being. The owners reportedly didn’t think the Malaysian menu was a hit and will begin serving a blend of Chinese and Malaysian cuisine in coming months: Flatiron Malaysian restaurant Laut’s Williamsburg outpost Pasar Malam has closed and will […]
A new art project from The BOSCO, Bobby Redd, and AGW Group takes your selected Instagrams and puts them on the walls of a Williamsburg gallery. From
Surprisingly the move has nothing to do with its Northside neighbors — there have been complaints throughout the years of noise and annoying tourists. Instead the city is cleaning up the, um, TOXIC WASTE, to prepare for the expansion of Bushwick Inlet Park: But the Flea has to flee its most recent Williamsburg location — the […]
Caught beneath the churning tank tracks of World War Work for the past week and a half, I have to level with you guys: I’m just scraping by this week. So let’s give it a shot and see how this goes.
The McCarren Hotel’s restaurant Oleanders (160 N 12th St.) is debuting a new menu today lead by