Friday Mrs. Skannatto + Shipwrecks Play Brooklyn Knitting Factory Did you not win tickets to our giveaway? No worries. It’s only $10 ($12 at the door) to catch this amazing night of ska-rock at Brooklyn’s Knitting Factory. The show begins at 8pm. Also, the Yonatan Gat Band will play the
The New Stage, presents the premiere of PATTERNS, a breathtaking new comedy-drama that features a series of magical vignettes which flow from one to the next, each raising questions about love that young adults find themselves wondering about today: how a first love affects a person’s outlook on life, how
Trannyshack flyer from 2010, redaction added My everyday casual slur use was rocked with the recent name change of the drag club formerly known as Trannyshack. Wait, a word that so adorably rhymes with “granny” has negative associations and is considered part of the hate speech vernacular? It’s not okay
Not that long ago, I wrote a post for this very website which chronicled my experience as a sun-kissed, burrito-fed Californian living for three years in NYC. Soft of heart and fake blonder of hair, I bemoaned New York’s frigid winters, sleazy one-upping “networkers,” and lack of publicly-placed recycling bins.
What exactly is the correlation between being broke and being obsessed with/nostalgic for/stuck in the ’80s? I know it’s not just me. Go to any hipster neighborhood (Williamsburg, etc.), try to picture everyone without their iPhones, and voila, you could very well be in 1984. Is it because hipsters are
A brand new collection of Broke-Ass Stuart's writing made up of some of his most famous pieces and new things never before published.
On Saturday, June 22nd, you will have the opportunity to party with experimental music duo C R O W N S at The Invisible Dog Art Center in Brooklyn for A Canary Torsi’s latest participatory performance installation project, The People to Come. Sponsored by Brooklyn Brewery, this event will begin
Photo by Leigh Cuen Italy is not a cheap place to travel. Expensive culinary delights call out to pedestrians like sirens. Italy’s famous museums are costly and offer the crowded feeling of Disneyland or a zoo. Visitors are herded past masterpieces in lines, which often snake around corners and out