The next three Saturdays in August will find Lafayette Street and Park Avenue car free thanks to Summer Streets 2012. Ride, run or walk from the Brooklyn Bridge to Central Park and participate in free activities like a zip line and rock wall.
With modern medicine, we live longer, better, and with more pills. But no matter what side of the stethoscope you’re on, there are still infinite possibilities for things to go wrong. The Story Collider hosts another evening of story telling tonight at Union Hall. Join them for an evening of six stories of Medical Misadventures. […]
If you’ve visited Brooklyn Brewery you likely crossed paths with Monster, the brewery’s resident cat. Sadly, after thirteen years the little guy passed away today due to kidney failure. From their blog: “It’s safe to say that few other cats have received more attention and love (and table food) from more people than Monster. When […]
Come Out & Play is a FREE annual festival of street games that turns New York City into a giant playground. In 2012 Come Out & Play returns to Lower Manhattan in partnership with the River to River Festival with the games starting tonight at @Seaport Gallery and continuing on to Saturday on Governors Island. […]
I’ve walked by Adelina’s several times and found out via our pals at The Greenpointers that it is now open. Adelina’s is a wine on tap bar that also offers what appears to be really tasty and reasonably priced ($9 for a plate of pasta – whole wheat or gluten free – or an entire […]
This year’s Crest Fest is upon us! The festivities run from 1pm to 7pm on Saturday, June 30th. The event will take place at Crest Hardware, located at 558 Metropolitan Avenue and will be filled with art, life music, food, drinks and local vendors. Details and more information can be found by visiting the website.
Sunday afternoon the first Zombie Dash occurred on the industrial streets of Greenpoint. This informal 2.5 mile race originally started as an idea between friends and quickly evolved into a large event with about 150 participating runners. You could sign up as a human or as a zombie. These were not the slow moving zombies […]
The North Brooklyn Boat Club is hosting a Summer Solstice Party at the Broadway Stages Boatyard tonight. There’s no cover and there will be plenty of games, music, drinks and food with a gorgeous city view. Sounds pretty damn pleasant to me!
This Thursday, June 21 hundreds of free concerts in public spaces will be occurring around New York througout all five boroughs thanks to Make Music New York. Make Music New York is in its sixth year and open to the general public. From their website: “Make Music New York takes place simultaneously with similar festivities […]
The opening night party for the Northside Film Festival kicks off tonight at Nitehawk Cinema. Tonight’s films include: Crazy Eyes (dir. Adam Sherman) 7:00pm – 8:35pm IndieScreen 285-289 Kent Ave (aka 31 South 2nd Street) 95min, English Fascination (dir. Jean Rollin) *with live score from Morricone Youth* 7:15pm – 8:35pm Nitehawk Cinema, 136 Metropolitan Avenue […]