The commerce, the food, the fashion, the lights, the parasites? So New York is cutting edge, and now Paris is trying to keep up. According to Paris City Hall, the Parisians are starting to experience a paranoia New Yorkers know all too well: bedbugs. From Reuters: An employee at the public health section of Paris’ […]
“People are more violently opposed to fur than leather because it’s safer to harass rich women than motorcycle gangs.” –Unknown Sunday night, at the House of Yes, here in Williamsburg, a new line of fur heavy fashion will debut in a show called Nutria Palooza. It’s billed as a cruelty-free alternative to traditional fur fashions. […]
According to unofficial returns, New York’s voter turnout was the lowest in the country this year. It was lower this past midterm than in the past 30 years. C’mon New Yorkers. Sure, the Republicans put up a joke of a ticket this year, even though two Senate seats and the governorship were up for grabs, […]
University of the Streets is a sweet little not for profit community space in the East Village. Its very own living room/artist loft vibe made for a perfect environment for Mike Pride’s Quartet “From Bacteria To Boys”. Last night the band played two sets, both about an hour long, showcasing material from the recently released […]
Zachary Cale was at Zebulon last night. Accompanied by Alfra Martini, the duo performed songs from Zach’s upcoming full length named “Noise of Welcome”. Below is a two song video edit of the show.
+++NOT SAFE FOR WORK+++NOT SAFE FOR WORK+++NOT SAFE FOR WORK+++ On Friday night Providence, RI noise rock band Tinsel Teeth brought their very own brand of punk ruckus to the basement of Cake Shop. Please be advised that the below video edit of the set’s last 10 minutes contains what some might consider STRONG NUDITY. […]
Skeleton$ Big Band played a killer set at (le) Poisson Rouge on Sunday. Why this band hasn’t yet blown up in a Dirty Projectors kind of way is a slightly beyond me. Below is a video edit of the first and last song from last night’s shindig. .
So, enough local papers, blogs, and e-zines have covered this, that I don’t have anything else to say, but in case you missed it: From the Brooklyn Paper: Joe Camel- a hipster? R.J. Reynolds markets its smokes to Williamsburg By Aaron Short I do have one question. In 2012 when the FDA starts making cigarette […]
The junkies in Williamsburg will have to wait longer, or maybe clean up their act and get a job. Okay, the job part might be crazy, it is Williamsburg. The NYPD announced today they have shut down the drug-ring which investigators claim ran the North Williamsburg heroin game. After a four month long sting officers […]
Sam Mickens brought his new performance piece titled “Kayfabe: Game of Death” to Death by Audio last Saturday and Sunday. Below is a recording of Saturday’s premiere. .