This past Monday a dog was rescued at the Graham Avenue L train stop after having run 3.2 miles along the tracks. Luckily an L train operator spotted the dog and followed the animal at a slow speed until he could be rescued. From the NY Post: By the time he reached the Morgan Avenue […]
A member of the NXIVM sex cult, whose leader Keith Raniere was arrested in Mexico last month, had attempted to recruit new members right here in Williamsburg according to PageSix. The cult has been in the news recently as allegations of sex slavery, forced branding, and the involvement of Smallville actresses has come to light. […]
Spring release season is officially here and with it a bunch of goths in all black screaming about Pagan sun gods. God I love stupid, stupid metal. Let’s do this.
After a week on the lamb to get caught up sleep and sanity, TOGTE is back and probably about as tolerable as ever. Extend that hibernation one more week and join us.
It’s the first week of spring and NYC looks like Siberia. For anyone viewing this post after the year 2018, yes this post is real. There used to be something called snow and these are pictures that were all taken during springtime. Here’s some of the best pics from around the neighborhood: Brooklyn’s version of […]
What was Monkeytown you ask? Monkeytown at its essense was space inside a cube (made of four large projection screens) that featured film, dining, music, and other art performances. Created by Montgomery Knott, it began in a loft space at 222 Leonard St. in 2003 and ended up making stops in cities all over the […]
The Tonya Harding and Nancy Kerrigan 1994 Museum has announced a spring series of non-ice skating related exhibits that start this week. This Friday an exhibit called The Moon is a Planet, Darling! debuts, and it’s dedicated to this fantastic QVC moment: On April 20th Celebrities Smoking in the Bathroom at the Met Ball: The […]
Prepping for a show this week, so a little strapped for time/energy/sanity. Apologies in advance. Now let’s talk new music.
Now that we’ve survived the storm that wasn’t… hopefully everyone can look forward to a weekend of great shows. Including my favourite New York band, and not in the sense of predicting 12″ of snow and delivering maybe 1″, sometimes hyperbole is justified.
Pour one out for Grand st. restaurant/bar Lodge who closed this week after 14 years in Williamsburg. They posted the above image to instagram with the following message: Hello friends and family! It is with an extremely heavy heart that we are announcing the closing of our family restaurant, Lodge. It’s been a long run […]