If you haven’t visited the Williamsburg’s North Brooklyn Farms on Kent Ave, you really should before the space is overtaken by condos. There’s a great view of the Williamsburg Bridge and the East River and it’s never too crowded. They have a couple of event slotted for tonight and Saturday. Fingers crossed that the weather holds […]
Fall is just around the corner, so you know what that means! Yes, the Pumpkin Spice Latte will be back to make our lives a bit more basic . . . but that’s not what I’m talking about. Thankfully, you’ll be able to offset some of the impending seasonal blase with the triumphant return of […]
That’s right, as part of an effort to destigmatize the eating of insects, the Brooklyn Bug Festival is coming to three venues in Williamsburg and Greenpoint on Labor Day weekend. Kinfolk 94, T.B.D. and Guadalupe Inn will be hosting a series of lectures and, um, tastings for experimental eaters: Yoon says the Brooklyn Bugs festival […]
Congratulations to everyone for making it through another week. I keep thinking it’s September already so rather than wishing the year away let’s back up a bit and try and enjoy what we have. The weekend looks to be almost perfect weather, afterall, so why not.
Yep, you guessed it: It’s another crazy week in the metal-verse. Seriously guys, save some stuff for the fall, will ya?
While last week was an August release record breaker, things are back to seasonal temperatures this week, so plan accordingly.
The third annual edition of Grand Street Restaurant Week is coming Monday and continues through August 27. All week, check out great deals at some of your favorite spots on Grand. This year thirteen restaurants are participating. Full list below: Los Tacos-Bar McOndo: Lunch $12 | Dinner $23 Lolita Grand: Dinner $23 Ryujin: Dinner $20 Dar 525: Dinner $19 Le Barricou: Dinner $30 Forcella: Dinner $30 Haab: Lunch $15 | Dinner $25 Bahia: Dinner $25 […]
The fall metal rush has seemingly come early this week, so grab some beer, time, and cash and have yourself one hell of a Friday.
Is Hunts Point the city’s newest destination for thrill seekers? We have reason to believe so after scoring a site-walk of the massive venue at 1108 Oak Point Ave., led by our friends at BangOn!NYC. This weekend, the third installment of Elements Music and Arts Festival returns to New York City, bringing with it an extra day […]
August seems pretty quiet on the show-front but at least the weekends are still strong and we’re still very much in free-summer-concert season. Providing the weather can hold out there are plenty of reasons to be outside in the coming days, so switch your brain off and try to enjoy yourselves.