It’s Friday, and by now I hope you know what that means: New metal and me pushing said metal on you like a mother with not enough left in the casserole dish to save. Eat up, children. You’re skin and bones.
Happy March Madness week (emphasis on the madness), folks. I probably make this dad joke every year, but honestly can’t remember, so let’s just get to what you came here for.
This thing caused a big scare for people in Williamsburg, #Brooklyn: The #NYPD's bomb squad responded to a possible sea mine near Newtown Creek. Turns out, it was a homemade anchor that washed ashore. pic.twitter.com/ZSY7SeG39d — Eyewitness News (@ABC7NY) March 15, 2019 A bomb containment unit was called in Friday to investigate, but the odd-looking […]
Spring has, meteorologically at least, sprung this week and with it THE REBIRTH OF TRVE, PVRE EVIL. Lol, just kidding, but there are some plenty of new metal records on the way, so dig in and have some fun.
Killbar opened last Thursday and fans of the director will love the Tarantino-themed decorations, food, and drinks such as “Bloody Bride” Mojito and $8 “Hateful 8” wings: Killbar officially officially opened on Thursday night on South 4th Street in Williamsburg, though it was more like the continuation of an ongoing soft opening the bar has […]
Happy March, folks. Let’s bring this shit in like a lion.
Long time North Brooklyn staple and friendly neighborhood dive, Rosemary’s Greenpoint Tavern, will close its doors after 66 years. The closing, which will be made official on Feburary 28th of this year, is a simple product of a deal made by land-hungry developers, and the gentrification phenomena that poses a constant threat to today’s urban […]
A lot to get to and not a lot of time to get to it this week, so I hope you didn’t forget your EZ Pass on the counter again.
UPDATED: MTA Calls Off Month-Long G Train Bypass of Greenpoint Avenue Station, Weekend and Weeknight Service Changes Planned The L Train shutdown may be cancelled, but the headaches continue. Now on the G line. The good news is the MTA is improving accessibility with three new elevators at Greenpoint Avenue. The bad news is there will be no […]
You might know Rafael Espinal as the City Council Member from Brooklyn who repealed the “no dancing” Cabaret Law and established the Office of Nightlife. Maybe you’ve heard about his work to reduce the plastic pollution in our oceans and parks by banning plastic straws. Or maybe you’ve met him around Brooklyn, where he can […]