The Times published an unnerving report today about the L train shutdown, that’s just 15 months away. The article claims that 14th Street could become “the busiest bus route in the country” and wreak havoc on Chinatown and the Lower East Side: Seventy buses an hour will stream across the Williamsburg Bridge and pour into […]
There’s lots of good news for beer nerds living along the L line these days. First, Queens Brewery is now open in Ridgewood at 1539 Covert Street. Bushwick Daily gives it a modest thumbs-up: Queens Brewery at 1539 Covert St. is Ridgewood’s only beer hall, since the heavy metal-themed Bierleichen closed suddenly early last year. Please don’t start […]
Every clusterfuck deserves its own documentary and accordingly the impending L Train shutdown is getting one. Directed By Emmett Adler and produced by Ian Mayer the film tentatively titled The L Train Doc is currently in the works with a scheduled release in the fall of 2019. This film will tell the human stories of […]
SPONSORED POST Nooklyn (nooklyn.com), the real estate tech startup that makes finding apartments and roommates easy, today announces the close of a $825k seed investment round. Patoma, a firm specializing in Brooklyn multi-family development and early stage tech investments, led the investment. The round included other real estate developers and family offices that specialize in […]
Spring has sprung, and while that may not seem very metal, consider that MDF is less than a month away, allergies are hell, and the ridiculous summer release slate is just getting fired up. So yeah, take your winter and shove it.
This is good news for everyone in Brooklyn—because who doesn’t love food? And deals? Beginning on Monday, March 20th through Thursday, March 27 Dine in Brooklyn will showcase the borough’s unique and varied flavors and cuisines with over (so far) 60 participating restaurants. Prix fixe dinners will run $28 (not including tax or gratuity) as well […]
Alright Lars, count us in [click, click, click, stumble, click].
RIP #cassette #Greenpoint A photo posted by FREEwilliamsburg (@freedubya) on Nov 18, 2016 at 4:45pm PST Well that was quick. The Kickstarter-owned cafe never really got its footing and will now become an event space: After a magical year serving the greenpoint community, we are sadly closing our doors for regular service. thank you […]
With the beginning of America’s potential end behind us and Thanksgiving looming ahead, we are in need of a prescription-grade coping mechanism today. Thankfully the metal-verse is dishing out exactly that, beginning with their biggest name…
In Williamsburg, a new vegetarian restaurant and bar has opened in the former home of Moto called Bar Velo: Longtime Williamsburg haunt Cafe Moto has been reborn as a cycling enthusiast’s temple to two-wheeled transportation called Bar Velo, opening Monday on Broadway. John McCormick shut down his 14-year restaurant a few months back to retool the […]