Actually they REALLY won’t since the changes “may entail waiting 40 minutes for an L train.” The MTA is warning that there will be long waits and trains too crowded to board at “certain times.” And don’t even get us started on the bus situation on 14th Street — critics of the plans worry that they will crawl […]
No sun? Still fun. Or at least the organizers over at The Governors Ball Music & Arts Festival seem to think so. In what has become an annual tradition, GovBallNYC has announced another stacked “After Dark” series, for festival goers who want to keep the party going long after the last headlining guitar strums fall […]
Across the world, people are worshipping a zombie prophet and mourning the ashes of humanity’s most famous cathedral. Needless to say, it’s been a pretty metal week in our neck of the multiverse, so stop by and check it out.
As if Tax Day wasn’t enough trauma for one day, April 15th is also the day when the revised partial shutdown plan begins on the L line. From today until April 26, there will be no L service between Brooklyn and Manhattan from 10:30 PM and 5 AM, Monday through Friday. Make sure you get on […]
Damn, since when did April become October? We have a bonkers week in metal to get you, so grab your board and let’s hang ten.
Vinyl nerds get ready. Saturday is Record Store Day. As Chris mentioned already, the biggest events are at Rough Trade: Performances by: Steve Gunn, Cochemea (The Dap Kings), TEEN, Elijah Wolf, Pearl Charles, and Eli ‘Paperboy’ Reed DJ Sets by (Presented by Talkhouse): Charly Bliss, Chris Cohen, Sad 13 (Speedy Ortiz), Madison McFerrin, Ian Williams […]
Two new bars have opened close to the Greenpoint Ave. G stop in Greenpoint. Sama Street is a new cocktail bar on Manhattan Ave. with small plates. More from Greenpoint Post: A new Asian-inspired cocktail lounge opened last week on Manhattan Avenue. Sama Street, located at 988 Manhattan Ave. in north Greenpoint, is the brainchild […]
With so many great bars to choose from (and a few sucky ones too) clearly you need some help. Get your drank on.
It’s Friday, and by now I hope you know what that means: New metal and me pushing said metal on you like a mother with not enough left in the casserole dish to save. Eat up, children. You’re skin and bones.
Now that plans for a bridge designed by Calatrava have apparently been scrapped, a design firm called CRÈME has put together new plans for a pedestrian bridge at Newton Creek. The proposed timber overpass would connect Greenpoint and Long Island City and would be an alternative to the Pulaski bridge bike path. A non-profit called Friends […]