From Reddit’s “IAmA Hipster. Ask me anything. Also, answer the question “Why do you hate hipsters?”. Don’t hate.” AMA: Isn’t culture defined by an evolution of memes? How do you feel about Reddit hating hipsters while at the same time being willing to remove 1-3 testicles for so much as a wink and/or smile from […]
The first thing you should know about pick-up artists is they have their own set of acronyms and words. They keep track of statistics, like, the number of “sets opened,” or conversations attempted. A “number close” is when a pick-up artist (PUA) gets your digits. A “kiss close” is when you successfully achieve lip contact. […]
This rabbit, perhaps technically called a “hare,” was jamming out at a pop-up rave in McCarren Park on Sunday. It’s wearing a handkerchief! Forget dogs and cats, hares are in.
Let’s make some love. Saw you at Summerscreen at McCarren – w4m – 24 (Williamsburg) – link You left work a tad early last Wednesday, excited to snag a good spot for the first Summerscreen screening of the summer. Cusack wasn’t on yet (the film was Say Anything), so you went to grab a Sixpoint. […]
“Because I was so into you for a minute.” Thanks, Leigh!
This one’s for the ladies out there: Daddy’s Dime by Paul Loren and performed by The Well-Informed. Paul says he created it “as an au courant homage to the hip ladies living in our neck of the woods.” It’s catchy! Download the mp3 here.
Ladies and gentlemen, I write you today with esteemed honor, buoyed by an overwhelming sense of relief, as it’s breathlessly being reported by Eater that yes, there is now a fully functioning mechanical bull in Williamsburg. We’ve made it. How we got this far without our frattier types rocking away their warm, sweaty nights on […]
So many chances at love this past weekend, yet so many missed connections. The past few days have seen a surge in close encounters as Northside Festival-goers met eyes, hipsters bought iPads, and a man with a luscious beard rocked one lucky lady’s world. Here’s a quick recap of your weekend’s missed connections. Go forth […]
Lazy-ass census workers covering Bedford-Stuyvesant, Bushwick, Greenpoint, and Williamsburg had until July 10th to survey approximately 97,000 households in the neighborhood, but they weren’t even cutting it close. To try and make their numbers, Alvin Aviles and Sonya Merritt decided to use the internet to come up with 10,000 fake or incomplete names — and […]