Like the old saying goes, “if you can make it here… you’re probably making 75,000$/year or more.” 1. Fashion Week will move to Bed Stuy because Williamsburg is the new Manhattan and that makes it not cool anymore. (gifatron.com) 2. New Yorkers will walk through at least two movie shoots
This is an epic event years in the making. Myself and the fine folks over at Brokelyn are finally joining forces in brokeitude to bring you The Jorts-off Dance off! That’s right we are throwing a FREE dance party this Thursday and we want to see all your lovely financially
The words “Chickens in Bed-Stuy” may conjure up images of an awesome muppet remake of a Spike Lee joint, but don’t get too excited just yet– when we talk about hens in Central Brooklyn on this website, we’re talking about urban chicken keeping. Intrigued? Then attend a FREE workshop on
Lots of people get off the A/C at Nostrand Avenue, a hazy divider between Crown Heights and Bed-Stuy-Crown Stuy, my super punk hairstylist/realtor called it. Its home to a variety of stores, especially variety stores, and an astounding collection of roti, hipsters, church ladies and couture-tacky jewelry. And you should
Fact: Mexico is much more than sombreros and margaritas. Another fact: the country is chock full o’ some ridiculously awesome young artists. These two statements are the subject of a new exhibition– appropriately titled, No Sombrero– opening TONIGHT at The Poetry Club in Bed-Stuy. No Sombrero is a traveling exhibition
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.
Soul II soul is a bar I’ve been going to for years. Back when I used to live off the Gates stop, it was a place I went on my way home. I knew the the door man, Jimmy; I knew the owner, Easy, who would sit at the end
Athom opened in the Bushwick / Bed-Stuy neighborhood about three years ago. It was the first spot in that neighborhood to have things like paninis, fresh baked croissants, good espresso and ingredients like roasted red peppers, caramelized onions, brie, etc. I must tell you, as a resident of that neighborhood