Ah, Northside Festival is all grown up and proved it with a very professional press event today at Bourough Hall. They even had Borough President Marty Markowitz there, who seem extra excited about the event. “There is a new sheriff in town,” Markowitz said, talking shit on SXSW before handing out pins that spelled out […]
Randall’s Animals presents new narration for a real clip on the honey badger, “the most fearless animal on earth” according to the Guinness Book of World Records. Randall seems to agree with Guiness, even though he calls the honey badger a sleepy fuck. I just wrote an article about the Gregory Brothers and remix video, […]
Say what you will about the photos (I know I know, shooting square photos of dressed-up Brooklynites is pretty much a double negative) for L Magazine’s article on a perfect V-day weekend in Brooklyn, but I think they are lovely shots with a few good weekend ideas behind them. Anyone know who did them?
Photo via Timothycgoodwin’s Flickr Of course, what’s an article on Korean grocers without mentioning Khim’s Millennium Markets? They also manage to get in a reference to the hipster clientele, which has proven to be catnip for journalists.
Have you been to Brooklyn Oenology’s wine bar? You should, its got a nice vibe and it’s totally affordable. They get to sell wine on the cheap since they are actually a tasting room, and can sell you a bottle at retail that you then get to drink on the spot. To further distinguish themselves […]
It’s a sad day when you realize the word rebel makes you think of the Confederate soldiers and the role that Northern aggression played in the Civil War. I’ve been reading way too much of the Disunion blog. Hopefully, this rebel bingo in the Williamsburg this weekend is light on secession and heavy on the…Johnny […]
(Via Bill Luken’s Flickr)
As if the recent opening of Brooklyn Mac wasn’t enough… From the organizer: Funds will go towards us staging a hilariously awesome and delicious circus—-slated for Summer 2011 production. It’s called, “Halo of Bees.” $10 to eat. $25 to compete.
Food, drinks, live music and an 8pm auction to raise funds for our friends at Evolutionary Organics, whose barn just burned down. A year’s worth of photos from the farm will be on display. Sponsors include Brooklyn Brewery, Evolutionary Organics, the Goddamn Cobras, Red Jacket Orchards, and musical by Two Lost Turkeys. Conveniently right off […]
They also put out a less club-y remix of a Wu-Tang track that isn’t half-bad. Download Mama’s Back here.