We told you already about Elsewhere, the new club from the lovely people behind the oh-so-missed Glasslands. They’re having an opening party Tuesday, October 31. Yep, that’s Halloween night. Line-up will be announced on Friday. More from their Facebook page: to our patient supporters & miscellaneous spying alien lifeforms, it’s finally time to share Elsewhere […]
Archives for October 2017
As I rouse myself from a two-hour midday nap, it has become very clear to me that I’m still recovering from last week’s BEMF. I’ll admit it’s been a while since I went for B2B sunrise hangs, but this weekend provided fine excuses to stay up past my bed time. Pete Tong‘s Friday night party […]
Have you seen this man? If so, call Crime Stoppers at 1-800-577-TIPS (8477). (via) Police are searching for a man who entered a Bushwick apartment Saturday night and raped a 24-year-old woman who was asleep in her bed… which took place inside a residential building near the intersection of Halsey Street and Central Avenue around […]
You’re going to have to wait a few months though. According to Grub Street, Danny Bowien told a Times Talk panel, that the new restaurant isn’t set to open until March 2018.
Crusasis could be huge. I know that sounds like chapter one in the Music Writer Cliche handbook. I know that it’s not the 70s anymore and not every three-piece rock band with good songs gets their own RCA greatest hits collection. I know. I know. But just listen…
After an illness-related layoff last week, we are back with metal (and phlegm) aplenty, which seems like a fitting introduction to the bubbling grotesquery ahead. Happy Friday the 13th, everyone. WHAT TO HEAR: Batting lead off this week (it’s the MLB Playoffs!!…No? Anybody?) are long-running local trio Belus and their scathing new full length, Apophenia […]
The North 6th street (between Berry and Wythe) location that housed American Apparel for years will become a new Vans store starting today. The store will be called The General according to Hypebeast: The interior will be updated monthly with new artwork illustrated by local talents — starting off with the Vault by Vans Premium […]
I really don’t have anything useful to say for an intro, but fortunately I do have five very useful recommendations for you all this weekend.
The hero who gave up their soup to confront the man yelling the n-word at L train riders turns out to be none other than NYC rapper Princess Nokia. In a series of tweets early this morning Princess Nokia (Destiny Frasqueri) described the incident and got a shoutout from Kimya Dawson: And yes I threw […]
Paul Lawson, the man filmed yelling the n-word on the L train has made his thoughts known via a series of now deleted Facebook posts that were preserved by Gothamist: In response to criticism from several commenters, he added that he was “not that sorry I feel bad I used that word but I was […]