We’re really excited about Teo opening since we’re STILL missing Brooklyn Star. The menu will include cast iron okonomiyaki, duck wings, togarashi honey fried chicken, littleneck clams and many more Japanese small bites. Teo is opening after Christmas at 321 Starr Street: Up until May, the chef was running Williamsburg favorite Brooklyn Star, an 110-seat neighborhood restaurant that […]
Shayz Lounge, the beloved bar with the corny name at 130 Franklin Street, has announced that it’s closing on January 20. It’s another victim of the insane gentrification that’s hit the neighborhood.
Seeking to create a flexible, affordable co-working solution, KettleSpace caters to New Yorkers ready to break out of the chaotic coffee shop without paying for the large price tag of big box co-working giants.
Another stacked Governors Ball lineup is here… and it’s awesome! The 9th annual installment of the independent, three-day music festival will feature a variety of hip-hop, rock, electronic and country acts. Names like Nas, Lil Wayne, Tyler the Creator and SZA will rep for the rap fans. French techno visionary Gesaffelstein ends a four-year hiatus with […]
If the MTA follows through on Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s new proposal to avert the long-dreaded L train shutdown, renters who signed leases in the affected area over the last year will be the biggest winners.
Clearly, the MTA, DOT and Cuomo are just trying to drive us insane. What’s more, there’s no meeting planned until the end of the month: Cuomo is calling on the MTA board to hold an emergency public meeting to hear the proposal and decide whether to pursue the plan, which would reduce a 15-month full […]
We never got to see the epic explosion we were promised when the Kosciuszko Bridge was dismantled. This almost makes up for it. From NY Post: After spanning the Hudson River for six decades, a big chunk of the old Tappan Zee Bridge was toppled in a controlled blast Tuesday. The east anchor span dropped […]