‘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.
On Friday June 10 at 8:15pm Andrew Bird will play the Celebrate Brooklyn! Opening Night Concert. Since 1979 Celebrate Brooklyn! has provided outdoor performing arts festivals in Prospect Park. The festival offers music, film, spoken word/theater, dance, and more. The best part is all Celebrate Brooklyn! performances are free! Obviously they couldn’t do it alone, […]
She doesn’t want to change the world, she’s just looking for New England… …and onna stop over in Bushwick, Brooklyn, New York City, world famous editoress and bun-rock jet-set queen Haselore Kohl last Saturday met up with Monarch on somebun’s roof inna funeral wind zone.
Dissident artist Ai Weiwei was not in attendance for the opening of his Circle of Animals/Zodiac Heads sculpture unveiled today outside Central Park, across from the Plaza Hotel at Grand Army Plaza 5th Avenue and 60th Street. As an outspoken human rights advocate, and critic of the Chinese Communist Party Mr. Ai made enemies in […]
When the local, lovable, Greenpoint-based comedy troupe Serious Lunch (recent winners of the ECNY 2011 Award for Best Sketch Comedy), was working on a TV pilot, they needed a quick set dressing – so they hand-drew a bunch of movie posters and hung them on the wall. “When we hung the first 12 or so […]
The much awaited release of Brooklyn based instrumental post rock band Industries of the Blind debuts at Coco66 Friday. On April 8 their evolving lineup, now consisting of three guitars, a bass, keys, two violins, a viola, and drums will premiere their first official release in their nearly eight years. Originating in the great state […]
Our homegirl over at Downtown Diaries tipped us off on a new play in the works from Brooklyn’s own Perf Productions. A multimedia production which claims to use “live performance, film, motion graphics, illustrations, and music to chronicle the different pockets of one man’s neurosystem,” Degeneration X sure has our attention. The half-film, half-play, which […]