Damn, it’s hard to believe it’s the second to last release week in October, but here we are. Dig in, never let go, and, um, keep holding on to black metal?
I’m still playing metal catch-up after mostly unplugging last weekend. Take one day off this time of year, however, and you miss five AOTY contenders, so let’s get started.
I think it’s safe to say the last couple of weeks have been… charged. There’s a lot of reason for us to be frustrated. For one, the senate basically just said f*ck you to sexual assault survivors by giving a self-proclaimed spokesperson for beer in a lifetime appointment on the Supreme Court. But honestly, I […]
The Brooklyn Horror Film Festival returns this year from October 11th – 18th with screenings at Nitehawk Cinema, Syndicated, LIU Kumble Theatre, Videology, and the Wythe Hotel Cinema. This year they’re once again presenting a slew of locally-made shorts, this time called Home Invasion. The following films are all from Williamsburg residents. THE INVADERS – […]
A group of residents from Soho, Greenwich Village and the Lower East Side have been particularly vocal about the MTA and DOT’s plans to add bike lanes and buses in their neighborhoods during the L Train shutdown. Their concerns are that the bikes, buses, construction, and street closures will have a negative impact on their property values neighborhoods. They […]
In the immortal words of Crocodile Dundee: That’s not a release week, this is a release week.
It all began in the summer, when the MTA announced that there would be fifteen weekend shutdowns of the L Train between August and next April. Fifteen! Thanks MTA! With October approaching, the interruptions are almost upon us. There will be no service between Manhattan and Brooklyn for 4 weekends in October, 2 in November, 4 in February, […]
Welcome to the first weekend of fall, folks. I’d tell you to get out the seance candles and inverted crucifixes, both those are year-round decorations around these parts.
It’s been a little over a week since Octfest descended on Governors Island, but we’re still feeling funky. Despite a truly rainy forecast, the grounds stayed firm and not too muddy during the international beer and music festival presented by Pitchfork and October. Over two days, several thousand guests enjoyed world class music all while […]
We’ve barely touched September, and my inbox is already drowning in new fall releases. A good problem to have, but a problem nonetheless. Let’s get these things covered so I can delete some emails, please.