Around 8:45 a.m. this morning, the Mayor’s Office announced the cancellation of the third and final day of Electric Zoo. The City cited the deaths of concertgoers and other hospitalizations that took place at the dance music festival on Randalls Island earlier this weekend. The website for Electric Zoo now redirects to a message from […]
This week, the REVERSE art space in Williamsburg is celebrating its inaugural exhibition, Uncharted Waters, with an event on Friday, April 12th at 7pm. The event will feature new work by emerging and established artists. Herradura Tequila will provide cocktails. REVERSE also participates in “EVERY 2:ND,” a recurring event on the second Friday of each month […]
Workout just released the new video for their song “Bon Voyage,” which they recorded at Converse’s Rubber Tracks studio in Williamsburg.
Rejoice north Brooklynites, the L train is back! In case you’re wondering what kind of work goes into restoring a subway line, the MTA released this video on Wednesday of its crews hard at work. More on the video over at Gizmodo.
This Sunday marks the return of Vintage Crawl, a shop and bar hop through Williamsburg and Greenpoint. This year’s crawl is unique, as they’ll be helping with the Hurricane Sandy relief. From the organizers: The Brooklyn Vintage Crawl is officially back! The first shopping experience of its kind to hit the New York scene, is […]
Forget what you may have heard about Con Ed reimbursing you for the food you threw out when you lost power during Hurricane Sandy. Con Ed does allow customers to file a claim for spoiled food and medication, but it turns out this doesn’t apply to last week’s hurricane. “Because the severe storm was beyond […]
You’re probably looking out your window right now and thinking, well it sure is windy, but were all these precautions necessary? Time will tell, but it looks like the storm has already taken a casualty in Williamsburg. Here is a construction site on Union and Frost that didn’t survive the high winds, via Thought Catalog’s […]
Though you’re probably dressed up as a binder full of women at some Halloween party right now, you may want to consider stocking up on goods and emergency supplies. (By goods and emergency supplies, we mean whiskey, Scrabble, and a candle or two.) There is now a 90% chance that Hurricane Sandy, a.k.a. the “Frankenstorm” […]
When I think of The Woods, the place to go in south Williamsburg when you want one of those kinds of nights, I don’t really think of fancy “farm to sandwich” cuisine. That may soon change; according to Eater, Brooklyn Flea favorite Landaus has announced that they’re opening a full restaurant inside The Woods. The […]
Indie music and Thai food may not seem like the most logical pairing, but a new Thai restaurant on Graham Ave. actually has its roots in the scene. Sage, which opened in May and is located at 301 Graham Ave. (at Ainsley), was inspired by the longtime friends and business partners behind Generation Records, an […]