Photo Credit: Julian Cassidy, BangOn!NYC Time + Space 2016 And just like that, another year has passed. I believe we’ll learn how to look back on 2017 with less disdain, but for right now, we’re still very raw. This year was shocking, emotional and downright frightening at times, but it was also inspiring, enlightening and […]
If you prefer Silent Night, Deadly Night, Black Christmas, and the BBC’s A Ghost Story for Christmas to Love Actually, head over to Film Noir Cinema next Tuesday. They’re hosting a book release party for Yuletide Terror: Christmas Horror on Film and Television where contributors will be discussing Christmas horror films: long-standing traditions have found […]
Welp, the lists are officially out, and while I don’t necessarily object to semi-major sources pumping out their year-enders before December—SEO is an early-bird’s worm, after all—you won’t find one here for at least another two weeks. In other words, keep your eyes peeled and pants on. It’s coming, but as with everything in this […]
Have we awoken from our turkey coma yet? If the tryptophan didn’t take you out of commission, then last week’s heavy party schedule surely did. Thanksgiving has become one of the City’s greatest reasons to turn up, and for most of us, it’s just the beginning. Holiday season is here folks! In between a packed […]
It’s that time of year again when we all get stressed out about what to buy our loved ones. Thankfully, there are several markets and pop-ups coming your way to help make the season a little bit brighter (and hopefully less stressful). First off, two markets are coming to the Brooklyn Bazaar. On December 2 […]
Speakeasy’s and micro-spaces are big in North Brooklyn right now. Secret Dungeon is the latest — a hard-to-find micro-gallery inside a storage bin in industrial East Williamsburg. Secret Dungeon is the brainchild of 11 artists whose mission, according to member and photographer Greg Gentert, is to present “exceptional programming in an unexceptional space.”… Cardboard arrows […]
The touring exhibit broke attendance records when it came to Victoria and Albert Museum in London, so it’s not a bad idea to get tickets well in advance: David Bowie is presents approximately 400 objects drawn primarily from the David Bowie Archive, including the artist’s original costumes, handwritten lyric sheets from famous songs, original album […]
Your Thanksgiving travel playlist—presumably enough to get you to familial hell and back—starts here. Dig in, huddled metal masses.
In 2017 Japan was named #2 in Lonely Planet’s Best in Travel. This means there is no better time to visit Japan than right now.
I’ve got to be real with you guys. After all that big talk about braving the cold, I let Friday’s windy shit storm get the best of me. Instead of scouting dope shows, I stayed in, watched Wonder Woman (not that good) and allowed my 33-year-old boyfriend teach me how to play “Magic the Gathering” […]