Arts and Culture
Tonight, you can enrich your broke-ass brain with some FREE literary events around the city. FREE Bushwick Book Club Bushwick Book Club is to traditional book clubs like sex toy parties are to Tupperware parties. Instead of people discussing a book they all read, the Bushwick Book Club has local
At the risk of sounding like a jaded before my time geezer, I have not attended any of the free-for all ‘Pool Parties’ this summer. On paper they have everything I like, free music, watching people get killed execution style via dodgeball, beer, and scantily dressed youth. But since having
Find the City’s best selection of cheap classicsâ€”you know, all the books written before even your great-grandmother was gobbling on Moby Dickâ€”and newer books too. For cheap.
My friend recently told me about a time that she was working at a bar in Portland in the early 90’s. Courtney Love was on tour and came in after her show only to be seen using toilet water to shoot up and blowing chunks all over herself. Later that
MICHAEL JACKSON DAY Well the coroner’s report is out, words like ‘œhomicide’ and “acute benzodiazepine effect’ have been thrown around on TMZ and Extra, and the family is looking for justice. But for one day ‘“ today ‘“ Brooklyn has decided to forget all the media frenzy and tabloid stories
I just got back from Alaska, which to me, a liberal, vegan, and judgmental Californian, appeared to be a backwards, behind-the-times, redneck state with stunningly gorgeous views and impressive wilderness. Against this lush, green backdrop, the food situation was unforgivable. Health food stores were few and far-between and restaurants were
Part of New York’s appeal and charm is being the city of neon lights, asphalt and reinforced steel. As much as us city dwellers love our concrete, we do occasionally need to see something green. When your nature craving can’t be cured with a city square made for reading books