April showers bring May flower crowns, and other stylish, summer-centric looks as festival season kicks off in New York City, and beyond. About a decade ago, you needed to pack a tent, rent a car and drive hundreds of miles to get that “mega-festival” experience offered by multi-day events like Bonnaroo and Coachella, but today […]
The mayor’s office announced that the 12-year promise to complete Bushwick Inlet Park, made initially by former mayor Bloomberg, will finally be fulfilled. The land, costing the city $160 million, was purchased from developer Norman Brodsky who would not give it up until he got a “good” price for it (he was initially offered $100 million […]
Did you know that the only venues where you are legally allowed to dance in Williamsburg are Rough Trade and Music Hall of Williamsburg? Andrew Muchmore (of the Williamsburg venue Muchmore’s) is taking on the 1926 NYC law that bans dancing. Tonight Muchmore’s is hosting a panel discussion on repealing the outdated law. From the […]
All of the bars in this quiz were once a bar of a different name. How many of the 13 can you guess correctly?