Beginning May 19, they have six shows planned for their location in Greenpoint. Personally, we can’t wait to see Sleep. Brooklyn Vegan has more: It kicks off on May 19 with an electronic show featuring a good bill all around: Jon Hopkins, The Black Madonna, The Field and FIXED DJs. RSVP for that one is […]
Archives for May 2016
In case you hadn’t heard the depressing news, Other Music is closing: As sales of physical music continue to plummet, a no-frills independent record store makes increasingly less sense as a business: Other Music will shut its doors and mail-order service on June 25, more than 20 years after its debut in this once artistically […]
We can’t say we’re surprised. Isa never could seem to get it together. Eater reports that they have indeed shuttered: From day one, Isa was committed to being weird — it was gleefully out of step with the rest of the trendy restaurant pack in terms of design, cuisine, and branding. The menu looked like […]
Dilly ding, dilly dong. We can cut the smalltalk, you really have some great options this weekend and the likes of Chelsea Wolfe, Beverly, Waxahatchee and a Woods/Ultimate Painting double-header didn’t even make the cut. If you aren’t getting out to see a show, I’m not sure I can ever be any help.
Apologies for the feature-related interruptions of this section of late, but time and words—as I’ve learned the hard way—are definitely finite resources. Moving forward you can expect about the same deviation as you’ve been getting, but rest assured, when I don’t have something more substantial already cooking, I will be here, churning these things out […]
And he loves the tajines saying they are “so damn good.” He also says Bar Omar offers the best french fries in Williamsburg: The cooking of the Maghreb is among the most exciting in the world, though vastly underappreciated in New York City. Once known as the land of the Moors, this region of North […]
Today at the MTA’s town hall in Williamsburg they will lay out two options for the forthcoming L train shutdown in 2019 according
Who says you need a wet suit to experience the magic that goes hand in hand with deep sea adventures? On Saturday, May 14th the infamous party people of BangOn!NYC return with an ocean-themed all-nighter at Bushwick’s House of Yes, the second in their series of “Sessions” events. So how can you enjoy acts like Moniker, […]
According to New York State Assemblyman Joseph Lentol, there will be a town hall tomorrow hosted by the MTA to discuss the impending L train shut down. There will also
Dromedary is having a party to celebrate opening this Friday. From Gothamist: Lombardozzi’s a 20-year industry vet who did a decade at One If By Land, Two If By Sea before a one-night training stint at Maison Premiere inspired him to open his own place.