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
I have some great news for one lucky broke-ass and his/her broke-ass friend—you could win a pair of FREE tickets to go see the 4th Annual Vital Vox: A Vocal Festival later this month. But first, here’s some info on what this unique festival is all about. Vital Vox is
The weekend before Valentine’s Day is upon us. Some of you might actually be celebrating Valentine’s Day this weekend, seeing as it lands on a Tuesday. If that’s the case then there are many events you can attend this weekend. Depending on whether or not this pre-Valentine Weekend date is
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So after visiting the Brooklyn Tabernacle for the choir, I’m feeling a little frisky. Where to go, where to go? Well, if you walk down Smith Street I know a little cozy nook in the wall called Boat Bar. Boat is everything you need in a good dive. You have
I love sandwiches to an embarrassing extent. They are compact and deeply satisfying; making a great one requires an understanding of the delicate nature of balance and portion in food. Also, holy jesus, are they delicious. But sandwiches get a bad rap from time to time, especially when people try
We’ve all been to gatherings that turn into a youtube watching fest. You pull up the one where keyboard cat shows keyboard gato where to stick it. Then your friend busts out a knife defense video for Canadian police officers, and this pattern of nonchalant one upping continues until everyone
Unless you’re Wayne or Garth and you have a green screen in your new studio, then you have to rely on pop culture to take you to the places you’ll never visit. Instead of waiting for Sufjan Stevens to finish an album about each of the 50 states, you can