Local writer and impresario Andy P. Smith is hosting a free sidewalk dance party where he’ll be playing only LCD Soundsystem from 6pm – 9pm tonight at 95 Dobbin St. And there’s free watermelon? More details and RSVP here.
Wow, Bushwick! I’ve never see you look as good as you did yesterday at The Taste of Bushwick event. Hundreds flocked to this 4th annual food festival, hosted by The Bushwick Starr, held on a private street within the Boar’s Head distribution facility off the Morgan stop. And it was a beautiful scene, let me […]
This year’s Northside Festival is bigger and better than ever. Kicking off with Northside Innovation, three days of panels and discussions covering technology and entrepreneurship, the festival has integrated the new luxury hotels The William Vale and The Williamsburg Hotel to host events alongside The Wythe. Furthermore, Northside Innovation has expanded its curatorial roster, including […]
Announced earlier this month, NY Studio Factory and Main Drag Music are presenting an Interactive Workshop with Moog Music.
Whether you drive a truck, work in a factory, a hospital, or on Wall Street, it’s clear that new software algorithms and robotics will have a significant impact on your daily life.
Free Williamsburg contributor (and local Deadhead), Andy P. Smith offers us his picks and recommendations for local, Brooklyn events to check out this weekend. This is Yr Weekend Starts Now! Yr Weekend Starts Now! Episode #2 – March 31, 2017
Free Williamsburg contributor (and local Deadhead), Andy P. Smith offers us his picks and recommendations for local, Brooklyn events to check out this weekend. This is Yr Weekend Starts Now! See ya there!
The Relix Live Music Conference is billed as “a conference for professionals in the live music industry, designed to shed light on the fast-paced and ever-changing live music business.” For one day only, on Wednesday May 10th, a full line-up of panels and discussions will take place at Brooklyn Bowl, including a presentation on Technology […]
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 […]
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 […]