Announced earlier this month, NY Studio Factory and Main Drag Music are presenting an Interactive Workshop with Moog Music.
Whether you drive a truck, work in a factory, a hospital, or on Wall Street, it’s clear that new software algorithms and robotics will have a significant impact on your daily life.
So yeah, we celebrate Good Friday a little different around these parts. Sorry Mom, but thanks for the jelly beans anyway.
Maybe, just maybe, winter is finally over. With the raft of summer show announcements this week as well, seems like we can finally turn our attentions to spending time outside our apartments. There are plenty of great shows to catch this weekend, and here are the highlights.
Mark your calendar, because this looks like a good time. Beer nerds will be happy with the beer line-up which includes Other Half Brewing Company, Strong Rope Brewery, LIC Beer Project, KCBC, and Finback Brewery. The food is from Bunker, Roberta’s, and Frankel’s. What’s not to love? Beer Mansion is a beer fest unlike any […]
We return once again to our regular schedule after a weekend away to witness another regular occurrence, sporting heartache at the hands feet of my local team. Throw in a much lighter wallet coupled with some jetlag and it sounds like a bit of a waste of time, but much like music, you don’t get […]
Brooklyn’s newest club Brooklyn Steel opens tonight in East Williamsburg/Bushwick. We’d rather have more DIY spaces like Shea Stadium in the neighborhood, but we have to admit that the space looks pretty cool. It’s a rocky start for the 1,900 square foot venue at 319 Frost Street
Gorillaz are going to be bringing their world to life in Amsterdam, Berlin and even right here in Williamsburg. From
2017 may just be the summer of 80’s powerhouse tours—and that’s totally fine by us. Following the recent announcement of a Tears for Fears / Hall & Oates tour (which hits NYC in July), Echo & the Bunnymen and The Violent Femmes announced their U.S. Summer 2017 tour including a Brooklyn date at Coney Island’s […]
The sun is shining. Dog walkers are getting some relief. People in scarves are scrambling for outdoor seating despite the fact that it’s really still too cold to consume a warm meal on a Brooklyn sidewalk. These are just a few telltale signs that festival season is right around the corner. And we couldn’t be […]