Fall is just around the corner, so you know what that means! Yes, the Pumpkin Spice Latte will be back to make our lives a bit more basic . . . but that’s not what I’m talking about. Thankfully, you’ll be able to offset some of the impending seasonal blase with the triumphant return of […]
Is Hunts Point the city’s newest destination for thrill seekers? We have reason to believe so after scoring a site-walk of the massive venue at 1108 Oak Point Ave., led by our friends at BangOn!NYC. This weekend, the third installment of Elements Music and Arts Festival returns to New York City, bringing with it an extra day […]
This Labor Day weekend, the concrete jungle will come to life like never before! When Electric Zoo Festival announced that they would be adopting the theme “The 6th Boro” for this year’s three-day electronic event, we were curious to see how MADE Events would meld their animalistic legacy with a fresh, metropolitan twist.
In 2016, we went batty for Electric Zoo: Wild Island – an exotic revamp of MADE Events’ animal-inspired electronic music festival. This year, the theme hits a little closer to home. Over Labor Day weekend, Electric Zoo: The 6th Boro, will pay homage to that lively patch of land nestled between Queens, Manhattan and the Bronx. […]
I can’t believe it’s already the end of July! How is this summer almost over and I have not a single trip to Coney Island under my belt? Oh wait, I know. It’s because, much like every other summer, instead of going to the beach I’ve gotten distracted by nightclubs and other shiny objects. And […]
I am feeling so grounded, y’all! I just started my yoga teacher training, so my head has been to the ground, in the clouds and everywhere in between. Despite all of my om-ing, stretching, cleansing and meditating, I still find my mind wandering toward the weekend. No matter how intently I try to achieve clarity, […]
New Yorkers are truly spoiled. I grew up in a small town in Kentucky, where Applebee’s, Wal-Mart and an off-hours parking garage were the hottest spots to hit on Friday night. And you know Good Shepherd Church was LIT on Sundays. My how moving to the Big Apple has expanded my options! In addition to […]
Now I know you’re still trudging through that 4th of July hangover, but it’s summertime in Brooklyn, and THE SHOW MUST GO ON!
I’ve heard quite a few friends say that they are “boycotting” Fourth of July this year. That orange-faced assclown will have most of us second guessing our lackluster patriotism as we drink shitty domestic beer and dine on nitrate-laced meats this weekend. At least the “holiday” falls on a boring old Tuesday this time around […]
Did you know that today is the 2017 Summer Solstice? That means it’s totally acceptable to push those late night boundaries to the next level. It’s what the sun would want, after all. Now that the summer season is officially underway, it’s time to start amping up your party schedule, and the weekend’s upcoming NYC […]