Fader caught up with the super star at Southpaw in Brooklyn where he was seeing Zoe Kravitz’s band Elevator Fight and just straight chillin’ with Lenny. Check out the short interview below (he gives some insight to his new album!):
Beginning on March 21st and running through the 31st is Dine In Brooklyn, one of our favorite times to try out Brooklyn eateries at a low price. The deal is pretty simple: $25 for dinner, $20.11 for lunch (random!), and two-for-one brunch options. A few Williamsburg and Greenpoint restaurants are participating including: Aurora, Baci & […]
Say what you will about the photos (I know I know, shooting square photos of dressed-up Brooklynites is pretty much a double negative) for L Magazine’s article on a perfect V-day weekend in Brooklyn, but I think they are lovely shots with a few good weekend ideas behind them. Anyone know who did them?
We’ve blogged about them before, but we’re big fans of Beige over here at FREEwilliamsburg. Catch them tonight at Cameo with Regal Degal. Beige just released a few new tracks over at Bandcamp, so grab them while their hot.
As if the recent opening of Brooklyn Mac wasn’t enough… From the organizer: Funds will go towards us staging a hilariously awesome and delicious circus—-slated for Summer 2011 production. It’s called, “Halo of Bees.” $10 to eat. $25 to compete.
Tonight at [email protected], three short films about development in North Brooklyn will be screening. The event tonight will last from 7:30 – 9:30PM, but if you’re afraid of the rain, the exhibition, entitled “Common Ground: Imaging North Brooklyn”, will be on display through October 15. From Sarah Nelson Wright: DREAM HOUSE by Laura Grace Chipley […]
There are lots of great reasons to go to Coco66 tonight, ahem, John Waters will be there. But after you check him out, be sure to stick around for Beige. This up-and-coming band’s reverb-drenched drone (which is much more colorful than their name lets on) has been in heavy rotation over here at the FREEwilliamsburg […]
Read the amazing story of how South Slope resident/my neighbor Jami got her bike stolen on Thursday night, found it on Craiglist the very next morning, planned an undercover sting operation, and got her fucking bike back. Dick Wolf, we’ll be expecting your call.
The South has arrived in Williamsburg at the Grand Street bar Lady Jay’s where you’ll find moonshine, mounted antlers, a backyard deck and a jukebox stocked with Waylon, Loretta, Patsy and Johnny. Restaurant veteran Sam Mason (former wd-50 and Tailor chef and star of “Dinner with the Band”) decided to try something new by leaving […]
Brooklyn band using a Brooklyn based director. Keep it the neighborhood, folks.