You’ve probably already heard about the horrible stabbing that occurred on Friday by McGolrick Park. If not, here’s what happened: One of the last things that George Carroll saw near the end of his too-short life was a pair of strangers who seemed like trouble. They were. Seconds later, one of them, unprovoked, plunged a […]
Horror fans have reason to be excited. The second annual Brooklyn Horror Film Festival is coming to Alamo Drafthouse, Wythe Hotel Cinema, Videology Bar & Cinema and many other locations October 12th – 15th. Individual tickets will be available next month and festival badges are on sale now. The Brooklyn Horror Film Festival returns to […]
The Action Carting driver who killed 27-year-old Neftaly Ramirez as he was biking home from his job at Paulie Gee’s is not being charged with a crime. Investigators say the unnamed driver was not aware he struck Ramirez, a claim that many say is dubious. The case remains open, which is causing further frustrations since journalists […]
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.
Woops Bakeshop will have a soft opening on Sunday from 1 to 5pm at 120 Norman Avenue. In addition to macarons, they will also sell beer and wine, which sounds like a winning combination: This franchised location will be run by Michelle Irizarry and Monserrate Irizarry, local Greenpoint residents. “Baking will be done on-site and some […]
Action Carting, whose trucks you’ve probably seen around NYC, are under NYPD investigation for hitting and killing 27-year-old Neftaly Ramirez, a bar back at gourmet pizzeria Paulie Gee’s, on July 22nd after carelessly making a turn onto Noble St from Franklin St in Greenpoint. The unidentified driver fled the scene. This is not the companies first run-in […]
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All killer, no filler this week (which is a nice way of saying I’m too fucking tired to write the 100 somethingth intro for this thing).
There was no one there to defend the bridge with wolves and swords, but at least phase one of the Kosciuszko Bridge’s disassembly was a bit less dramatic than expected. It’s central section was transported to New Jersey (oh the shame) yesterday by tugboats to be recycled. Implosions are planned for the remaining sections later […]
With the dog days approaching at a full sprint, releases have slowed up a bit. As always in metal, however, just because you haven’t heard of a band (or can’t pronounce their name) doesn’t mean they’re not killing it, so make sure to dig a little as August sets in. Who knows what unholy monster […]