PHOTO CREDIT: aLIVE Coverage for ElectricZoo.com Electric Zoo has experienced a metamorphosis. For more than a decade, New York’s premier electronic music festival has been a destination for thrill seekers on the east coast. In the past it has celebrated themes like Wild Island and The 6th Boro, which celebrated all things Big Apple. However, this year […]
It’s officially September and you know what that means people: FALL RELEASE SEASON TIME WOOP WOOP [airhorn, airhorn, airhorn]. So take to the battlements and brace yourself, because if today is just the beginning, I’m legit scared about what’s to come.
This short week is puttering along, and I don’t want to toot my own horn but there are some low-key excellent shows this weekend. No huge, established acts, just some good honest acts at intimate settings.
You have to wait until next spring, but plans are underway for the new park in Greenpoint, between Varick and Scott Avenues: An empty lot below the Brooklyn side of the Kosciuszko Bridge is on track to become a new, innovative open space. Envisioned as a “destination park,” similar to Domino Park and The High […]
The new bar and restaurant opened yesterday at 587 Manhattan Avenue. They exclusively serve California wines and have a small, California-inspired menu as well. Grub Street has more: the 34-seat Coast and Valley takes elements of New York’s new-school wine bars and filters them through the Golden State. What comes out the other end is […]