Well, it’s actually 31 and 1/2 hours if you want to get specific. You can grab tickets here. Proceeds will go to Center for Reproductive Rights, International Refugee Assistance Project and The Trevor Project: The Experiment Comedy Gallery (272 Grand Street, Basement Level, Brooklyn, NY 11211) proudly presents The Fuck Donald Trump Marathon, 31 and […]
Archives for November 2016
In case your cholesterol level isn’t already elevated from Thanksgiving indulgence, swing by Cheeseboat or Denizen. Cheeseboat opened earlier this year in the former home of Miranda on Berry Street and serves Georgian-style cheese breads: Bread and cheese, cheese and bread; how can you not fall recklessly in love with a restaurant unabashedly predicated on this?
Hopefully everyone had a nice thanksgiving, even better if you’re off work today too. There is a nice mix of shows this weekend, and since you’re probably still struggling to digest yesterday’s food, we’ll keep this to the point.
It’s nice to get some good news every once in a while! After many years of negotiating with the owner of the land designated for Bushwick Inlet Park, the city has finally purchased the final piece for $160 million dollars. From
It’s from the same people behind Death & Company, who apparently were missing the now-defunct Mars 2112. We’re not sure Bushwick needs MORE theme bars, but hey, we’ll give it a shot: Founded by cocktail bar veterans Al Sotack and Maks Pazuniak, Jupiter Bar’s concept is born out of the pair’s deep love of science […]
By Megan Venzin and Sean Roper The harsh reality of the impending presidency still has us bummin’, but despite the inevitable shitstorm, there is one reason we here at FREEwilliamsburg are stoked AF for the new year. That reason is the return of The BPM Festival, a 10-day house and techno event, which pulses through […]
RIP #cassette #Greenpoint A photo posted by FREEwilliamsburg (@freedubya) on Nov 18, 2016 at 4:45pm PST Well that was quick. The Kickstarter-owned cafe never really got its footing and will now become an event space: After a magical year serving the greenpoint community, we are sadly closing our doors for regular service. thank you […]
With the beginning of America’s potential end behind us and Thanksgiving looming ahead, we are in need of a prescription-grade coping mechanism today. Thankfully the metal-verse is dishing out exactly that, beginning with their biggest name…
Over the Eight on Union ave is closing down at the end of 2016. The location formerly housed dance parties as Royal Oak and a more upscale dining experience as The Bellwether. The owners released a statement on their facebook page:
My personal interactions and friendship with Leonora was limited to brief chats on Bedford Avenue as she made her rounds through the neighborhood, although I truly cherished those conversations. Sitting on a bench among the quickly changing storefronts of Williamsburg, Leonora Russo always helped me feel rooted and connected to the neighborhood, despite sometimes feeling […]