SPONSORED POST There’s a new gym in North Brooklyn. CAYPE Athletics is open for business helping Williamsburg, Bushwick and Greenpoint get in shape.
Interactive art collectives Something Different and We Are Raw Process throw a mini-festival and art party at Lot 45 this Saturday at 6 p.m., with live acts from Mattie Safer (formerly The Rapture), Wild Torus, and DJs Max August, Mykola Smith, Fenbred, Chakana and more. Festivities include live canvas and body painting, interactive projection art, […]
In fact, median home value increased by a staggering 30% in the last year. To be precise, Crain’s has the numbers: June 2013: $427, 200 June 2014: 560,500 a change of 31.2% in median home value We guess this explains why Zosia Mamet spent over a million on the pink monstrosity pictured above.
I’ve been waiting for this party all summer. BangOn! NYC is back with Short Shorts3: From Dusk Til Dawn, taking place at a secret Brooklyn Venue next Saturday, August 16th. The party will rage from 6 PM – 6 AM and feature live DJs, a silent disco, an open pit BBQ, slip n’ slide, pancakes […]
Because drunk, slobbering, college-aged PDA and scrambled eggs go hand-in-hand. And just like that Bushwick became a little bit dumber: East Williamsburg and Bushwick locals will soon have a place to play Spin the Bottle — all day and all night. Amancay’s Diner, a 24-hour restaurant and music venue, is set to open at 2 […]
We’ve just gotten used to Jefftown. Please don’t start calling the neighborhood on the border of Bushwick Brooklyn and Ridgewood Queens “Quooklyn.” The Awl has some alternatives that we MUCH prefer: 1. Woodbush 2. Ridgewood 3. Bushwood 4. “Well my mailing address is Queens but I feel like I live in Brooklyn.” 5. Bushridge 6. […]
Sure, Montana’s Trail House feels a bit like a theme restaurant, but is it really “morally insidious?” Joshua David Stein over at the New York Observer thinks so. He gave the restaurant zero stars and quite the rant [emphasis our own]: Last month, a young New Yorker named Montana Masback opened a restaurant in Bushwick called Montana’s […]
If you miss Bushwick’s short-lived 1 Knickerbocker or the former staple Kings County Bar, they’re BOTH back. Well, sort of: Kings County Bar was a beloved watering hole for Bushwick locals since its inception in 2004. A rent-hike forced owner Jesse Levitt and general Manager Aimee Arciuolo to re-locate and it was then that idea […]
It’s a small, small world – uncomfortably so at times. Jackie Aude McBrien is exploring the Small World Phenomenon through her documentary on the Eros-Bacon number and throwing a party tonight to show everyone just how intertwined we really are: The Small World Phenomenon predicts that we are less than six handshakes from anyone in […]
Our friends at Bushwick Daily just released a collection of short stories, Bushwick Nightz. Tonight they’re throwing a party to celebrate: In 12 original, honest, brutal and completely self-aware stories, you’ll explore the bright and dark moments of all that occurs here from drug deals, to gallery shows, drinking, sex, Zagat-rated meals, gentrification and trying […]