Please don’t die in the ghastly heatwave we’re going to have this weekend, remember to stay hydrated wherever you are and enjoy concerts responsibly.
Happy August everyone, which apparently translates to happy scattered thunderstorm forecast week. Let’s hope that proves to be inaccurate because most of the recommendations this weekend are outdoors or have outdoor spaces, so we could well be in for a miserable ride. Alas, see you at the bar…
Let’s try not to die in the heat this weekend, remember the stay hydrated and see plenty of good bands. You can even see some great outdoor shows this weekend too, so be careful out there.
2017 may just be the summer of 80’s powerhouse tours—and that’s totally fine by us. Following the recent announcement of a Tears for Fears / Hall & Oates tour (which hits NYC in July), Echo & the Bunnymen and The Violent Femmes announced their U.S. Summer 2017 tour including a Brooklyn date at Coney Island’s […]
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 […]
Who said summer was supposed to be nice anyway… with thunderstorms forecast for much of the weekend, you might as well spend it inside somewhere watching bands! Let’s not beat around the bush, here are some recommendations…
Even though the Siren Music Festival has ended, you can still see free shows on Coney Island this summer curteosy of the 33rd annual Seaside Summer Concert Series. Located at West 21st Street and Surf Avenue, the concerts start July 14 and continue every Thursday night through August 18 with classic rock headliners like Joan Jett and […]
Did you hear? The Brooklyn Paper and L Magazine are reporting that Brooklyn’s beaches are full of raw sewage. That’s right, as you can see below, the National Resources Defense Council is reporting that between 4% and 9% of the times water from Coney Island beaches was sampled, the levels of bacteria exceeded the state […]