Since the G can only get you so far this weekend and the L might be more trouble than its worth, staying in the neighborhood might be the way to go. There is alot going on, after all. Here are a few more, just in case. Goddamn Cobras’ literature project BOOMSLANG is hosting The 3rd […]
Now that you know how to properly ride a bike without getting a ticket, disregard that and get naked. Okay, wear a helmet, and body paint if you’d like, and join the third annual 2011 World Naked Bike Ride NYC this Saturday. By the way, it’s legal to be topless in NYC! Lose those hot […]
Last Saturday La confidentiál played a roof top show in Bushwick. Despite some rain clouds, the skyline view was phenomenal. Video of that is below.
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, […]
via Brooklyn Flea: Starting May 21, we’re launching an all-food bonanza called “Smorgasburg”—every Saturday at the new Williamsburg site from 9am to 5pm. Smorgasburg (thank Brownstoner for the name and Camden for the awesome design) will feature 100+ food vendors—packaged, cooked, raw, Mason Jar’d, and more—as well as a bonafide GrowNYC Greenmarket with 15-20 farmers […]
The Vivian Girls played a homecoming show last night at 285 Kent Ave, the warehouse right next to Glasslands. Below is a video edit of the songs “I Have No Fun” and “Death”.
She doesn’t want to change the world, she’s just looking for New England… …and she has made it as far as Williamsburg, Brooklyn, New York City where world famous editoress and bun-rock jet-set queen Haselore Kohl met up with Controlled Bleeding‘s Paul Lemos last night to ask him her infamous three questions…
There’s a new joint for all you heavy rockers in Greenpoint going by the name of St.Vitus Bar. It’s a pretty sweet spot. Dark as hell and run by people that know what they are doing. No asshole security either. Believe it or not, everybody is actually super nice and treats patrons in an accommodating […]