Free shit alert! Starting April 22nd through July, Steve Madden Music will be holding one free show a month at Music Hall of Williamsburg.
2017 may just be the summer of 80’s powerhouse tours—and that’s totally fine by us. Following the recent announcement of a Tears for Fears / Hall & Oates tour (which hits NYC in July), Echo & the Bunnymen and The Violent Femmes announced their U.S. Summer 2017 tour including a Brooklyn date at Coney Island’s […]
As the weather begins to warm up, Brooklyn proceeds to morph into the outdoor playground of our adult dreams—there’s music, movies, food, and alcohol at every turn to distract you from the sticky New York summer. That’s why we love Smorgasburg so much, which is essentially just a food festival EVERY. SINGLE. WEEKEND. Starting this […]
This isn’t necessarily a subject you’ve ever had to explore, because, well, you probably live here—or near here. But as you handwash dishes in the entirely too-small kitchen of your overpriced apartment—which runs for about the same amount as a small house in some other cities—don’t you ever stop and wonder where all of those […]
Do you want to leave your house tonight but also feel pretty passionate about avoiding a run-in with NYC’s drunkest? Ya know, the green-adorned pub-goers who just can’t seem to leave their college days behind? They’re decorated with cheap plastic shamrock beads and leprechaun hats—perhaps a day as awful as Santacon in terms of public […]
For its 5th year, NYC Podfest is bringing your faves to Brooklyn’s Bell House. And we really mean it when we say faves—the all-star lineup includes actors, comedians, reporters, and podcast extraordinaires Michael Ian Black, Eugene Mirman, Mike Myers, Kevin Allison, Krysta Rodriguez, Kevin McDonald, Janeane Garofalo, David Cross, Michelle Buteau, Cipha Sounds, Andy Borowitz, […]
It may be mid-March, but winter is about to wave a big ‘ol middle finger at us.
As you may remember, Brooklyn DIY-venue Shea Stadium temporarily closed, then reopened earlier this year. It seems as though Shea’s struggles continue—this was posted by the club today to their facebook page:
It was quite the exciting scene in Washington Square Park yesterday afternoon! Thousands of men, women, children, (dogs!), and non-binaries of all credences, ethnicities, and ages gathered in support of International Women’s Day. FREEwilliamsburg was there to capture the fervency, togetherness, and inclusivity of herstory in the making.
With the lingering fear and uncertainty of the future of equal rights in our country, it’s more important than ever to support your fellow ladies.