That time of year has come and gone. The gifts are given and received, the parties attended, and we’re all finally tired of holiday music. By now, you’ve no doubt noticed the disregarded, bygone Christmas trees littering the streets of Williamsburg, and the truth is, there are many different ways to get rid of them. […]
Going to art openings is a lot of fun, and a great way to get to know and hang out with the local and visiting artists that are part of what makes north Brooklyn the kind of place we like to call home. I support independent, original art, and I wish I had the money […]
Don’t know what to do with yourself today? We recommend heading out to St.Vitus Bar in Greenpoint for a shindig named “…of Stardust”. It’s a combined art exhibit / live music extravaganza featuring the likes of Costin Chioreanu, Mick Barr (Ocrilim, Krallice), Kevin Hufnagel (Gorguts, Dysrhythmia, Vaura), Daniel Menche and Musk OX. Below is a […]
At the Occupy Wall Street Protest it’s a bit crowded, cold, and the distinct smell of the unwashed is as bold as the political fervor. There are those who see the protests as a popular movement against institutions and corruption. Others criticize the movement for lacking focus or goals, but those there last night were […]
On the heels of ‘Bizness’ comes the latest video from tUnE-yArDs 2011 release, w h o k i l l, ‘Gangsta‘. It was directed by Merrill Garbus herself. Definitely a different style than their last release, but still worth a look. Check it out!
You know how there was that one time? That your friend dragged you to that random warehouse party you’re pretty sure was somewhere in Bushwick but can’t be positive because your recollection of how you got there or how you left is kind of hazy? But all you know is that when you were there […]
‘Dreams were made for Mortals’ was a one day group show held on Sunday July 24th at St. Vitus Bar in Greenpoint, Brooklyn. Curated by Karlynn Holland Hosted by David Castillo, Samantha Marble, and St. Vitus Bar Artists the displayed works (some of which is included in the video below): Mick Barr, Lee Bartow, Dallas […]
After all our complaints about wanting a movie theater in Williamsburg (in addition to IndieScreen) we can finally rejoice that not only has a theater opened that plays indie first run films, but also serves booze! Nighthawk Cinema officially opens this weekend with showings of Midnight in Paris, The Trip, and Submarine. Zagat has the […]
Williamsburg Walks has returned this year on Saturday June 11th and Saturday June 18th (we wish it was more, but we won’t complain too much). Below is a block-by-block rundown of this year’s programming: North 4th to North 5th GIANT PICNIC Hosted by the Southside CSA Saturday June 11th & Saturday June 18th FUN WITH FOUR […]
Here’s your weekend plans: The Renegade Craft Fair hits McCarren Park for their 11th year. Hit up the festival for all things homemade, knitted, crafted, etc. The craft fair runs all weekend from 11AM-7PM.