For the second year, Pitchfork and October will bring their international celebration of beer, food and music to The Big Apple. The 2017 inaugural event inhabited Brooklyn Hanger (Industry City), but this year the festival is heading outdoors for two full days of indulgence at its finest. Hop a short ferry ride on September 8th […]
Cynthia Nixon needs your support in defeating closet conservative Cuomo. Come out and yell at the screen on Wednesday at Syndicated. Then, do something useful and go out and vote this Fall. Governor Andrew Cuomo has agreed to a television debate against challenger Cynthia Nixon, activist, actor, and first-time political candidate. The debate will be […]
Taiyaki NYC is now open in Williamsburg offering their signature waffle cone that’s shaped like a fish. The Instagram-friendly treats are $8 bucks a pop, but look pretty delicious: An ice-cream shop whose fish-shaped cones are a social-media sensation recently opened in Williamsburg, making it even easier for locals to pick up the mouth-watering — […]
Alas, tonight is the final concert at Greenpoint’s House of Vans. We’re going to miss the concert series but they are going out with a bang with headliner Interpol. RSVP is closed, but if you have a pass make sure you get their early since admittance is not guaranteed. Interpol just released a new video […]
After a much-needed nature sabbatical, This One Goes to Eleven is back and up to its neck in hot, rotting garbage. Let’s get to this before I leave again and never come back.