As the likes of Governor’s Ball and Northside Festival shed weight and consequence—their focus shifting toward fun, sun, and more sponsor-sponsored coconut water than your bladder can humanly handle—an interesting (and essential) counterpoint has begun to emerge.
There’s more to Bushwick and East Williamsburg than Roberta’s. (Duh.) Here are our favorites. Let’s Eat.
Now that summer has fully arrived, an afternoon exploring record stores is a great way to experience Greenpoint and discover new music. Greenpoint has seven stores selling records, ranging from quality shops for vinyl aficionados to unusual, interesting experiences. Below is a list of Greenpoint record stores and a map to help you plan your […]
Kick off the start of another brutal Brooklyn summer with some fresh ink. Friends NYC, better known as the “indie department store of dreams,” will be holding a special storewide sale and tattoo-pup up today from 5-9 pm, according to Brokelyn. Artists Joey Rosado and St. Kenia will be providing the ink and White Girl […]
Who says you need to purchase overpriced tickets and commute to Governor’s Island to see a great festival?
I thought it was just my imagination when I started watching Radiohead’s new video for Man Of War, but as confirmed by Gothamist the video was filmed in Brooklyn. Look out for shots in Greenpoint’s Cooper Park as well as Gardiner Ave in Bushwick. Check it out below:
click image for slideshow It’s SummerScreen time of year again and to celebrate the occasion, Brooklyn Magazine enlisted local artists to design a series of posters. The series kicks of July 5 in McCarren Park. Full line-up below. 7/5 – Mean Girls (poster by Bill Rebholz) 7/12- Office Space (poster by Eri King & Daniel […]
Thankfully, no one was hurt but this is terrifying nonetheless. Also, what a shitty way to start your first week on the job: A runaway MTA bus rolled for blocks down one Brooklyn street, hitting nearly a dozen parked cars and a church, and sending one man who had been changing a tire leaping out […]