South Williamsburg’s Cow and Clover never really caught on and closed shop in late March. The good news is they’ve decided to partner with the popular pizza joint Fornino. Plans are in motion to open a new branch of the mini-chain in the space at 291 Kent Ave this month with a larger menu: Those […]
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 […]
This is, of course, horrible news for the music community in Brooklyn. In a city with very few places left for the DIY music scene to thrive, Shea Stadium was beloved. They are already missed: Dearest showgoers, We wish we had better news to close out what has been such an incredibly successful and heart-warming […]
Brooklyn’s longest running film/music series SummerScreen has announced the lineup for the McCarren Park movies this summer. Here are the movies that will be shown on Wednesdays in the park: 7/5 – Mean Girls 7/12 – Office Space 7/26 – Selena 8/2 – I Know What You Did Last Summer 8/9 – Audience Choice You […]
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.
We’re a “have it your way” generation, right? We want everything tailored to our specific interests, tastes, and needs—so it’s only fitting that the create-your-own-adventure type of dining is taking off (à la Chipotle). In New York City, we’re lucky enough to have a lot of places that fit the bill: S’mac, Pomme Frites, Meatball […]
Williamsburg—and much of New York in general—has seemingly become a safe space for LGBTQ-identifying individuals over the last few years. However, two local men found out the unfortunate reality on Monday evening that hate towards same-sex couples still exists in our progressive city.
Tucked away down an alley, hidden from view in East Williamsburg is a gorgeous, pink Australian cafe that’s destined to become the neighborhood’s next buzz restaurant. As lovely as a Thiebaud painting, the curiously named Carthage Must Be Destroyed, is situated in an old industrial warehouse which has been transformed into an enchanting homage to […]