A Breaking Bad themed coffee shop is coming to Williamsburg

via @walterscoffee on Instagram

via @walterscoffee on Instagram


A Breaking Bad themed coffee shop from Istanbul called Walter’s Coffee Roastery, is planning to open a Williamsburg location at [Read more...]

Williamsburg woman loses valuables after Airbnb guest throws a 40 person party

475kentA 37-year-old Williamsburg woman rented out her apartment at 475 Kent on Airbnb last week and when she returned there were $5,000 worth of valuables missing according [Read more...]

L train tunnel work not expected until at least 2018

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A report from the NY Daily News says that the L train shutdown and the transformation of Williamsburg into a forsaken prison colony might [Read more...]

Bill Clinton is coming to Brooklyn Bowl

billBill Clinton is coming to Brooklyn Bowl on February 17th to raise support for [Read more...]

New development will eliminate three Williamsburg restaurants

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According to Gothamist a new development by Thor Equities will knock out three restaurants on [Read more...]

The MTA sent a representative with no answers to the L train town hall meeting

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This morning a town hall meeting was held at Brooklyn Bowl to discuss the potential L train shut down to fix the damage in the Canarsie Tunnel. The MTA’s representative was kicked out of [Read more...]

A body was recovered from the water at the East River Ferry this morning in Williamsburg

via @michaelcinquino

via @michaelcinquino

This morning commuters were greeted with a tragic sight as authorities recovered a body from the water at the North 6th East River [Read more...]

New York City declares January 20th to be David Bowie Day

bowiedayBecause David Bowie loved NYC, and because NYC is the best, we now have an official David Bowie Day. From David Bowie’s Facebook page:

it was announced today that New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio has proclaimed today, January 20, 2016 in the City of New York as David Bowie Day. The proclamation will be read tonight at the curtain call of the final performance of the sold-out run of Lazarus, the New York Theater Workshop production conceived and co-created by Bowie.