Look, we know you need a pick me up after waking up and seeing the election results. I’m still waiting for Ashton Kutcher to show up TBH. But just in case that doesn’t happen, we have something else to make your day a little brighter. The newly renovated Output is sure to be ON FIRE […]
Archives for November 2016
Have you voted yet? No? Are you insane. Stop reading this post and head to the polls. We need to keep that orange hobgoblin who’s been terrorizing America for the last year and a half out of office. What’s that you say? You’ve already voted. Great job. Pat yourself on the back and check out […]
This year’s Comic Arts Brooklyn festival, presented by Desert Island, brought together the best comic artists in the world with the best locals-only vibe you could ever ask for. Sure, there were a ton of awesome comics, and prints, and shirts, and patches and buttons and all sorts of special happenings and mingles. And I’m […]
With October lumbering in the rear view like Leatherface with a chainsaw, we now turn our metallic attentions somewhat ambivalently toward the holiday season, where list-mas lurks just a few weeks off. Before we get there, however, we have a ton of ground to cover, so let’s get to it.
If you haven’t seen Priests perform, they put on a fantastic live show. We’ve been enjoying their new single “Pink White House” from the forthcoming album Nothing Feels Natural which drops January 27. Check it out below. You can grab tickets to the their January 28 show in Brooklyn here at Brooklyn Night Bazaar.
We told you about Westlight, which opened last month. Now the hotel’s proper restaurant Leuca is set to open tonight: Leuca, located on the ground floor of The William Vale Hotel at 111 North 12th Street near Wythe Avenue, is a restaurant with food influenced by Southern Italy. Chef Andrew Carmellini, the culinary mastermind behind […]
The man who was tragically killed yesterday was dressed as the sociopath from A Clockwork Orange. Officers are treating his death as an accident, not a suicide: An Austrian tourist dressed as Malcolm McDowell’s sociopathic character in the 1971 flick “A Clockwork Orange’’ drunkenly tumbled to his death on the Williamsburg Bridge early Tuesday, authorities […]