One’s experience with the Punderdome can be likened to an initial viewing of the movie Inception, in that you’re never really sure what exactly it is that you’re watching. Are you certain that you’re in a time-warped dream within a dream within a dream? Or are you just a pseudo-intellectual
Halloween is about a week away and you might find yourself with nothing to do, because you spent so much time thinking of a costume to wear. Luckily we have a few activities that will be easy on your pockets, while allowing you and your friends to have some fun.
Looking for something scary to do during the holiday season? You can head down to the Brooklyn Lyceum and check out what the creative team behind Ugly Rhino’s has in store for the season of Halloween. Expanding on last year’s Warehouse of Horrors, the Ugly Rhino’s crew is putting together
Everyone has either been tuned into the Olympics, or at least, keeping count of the medals won. You could be a casual fan and tune in whenever boredom rears its ugly head, but there is at least one event or sport you try to keep tabs on. Either way, the
Are you guys ready to party? Are you ready to dance? If you said yes, then head out to Brooklyn’s Rock Shop out in the Gowanus. On Saturday, June 16th, the Rock Shop will be hosting Discowanus, a FREE daytime dance party presented by Pants Dance. Special guest, DJ Frames—
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Get your tickets and head over the Bell House in Gowanus for 50 First Jokes hosted by John F. O’Donnell. Reaching its sixth birthday, this annual event is a must for any comedy nerd (take no offense, I am a comedy nerd myself.) The premise is simple: O’Donnell invites 50
The organization’s name is pretty self-explanatory. They are a bingo club. They are very discreet and below the radar, which explains the whole underground and rebellious part. What they do? They host bingo games in different venues across the world. From New York to Los Angeles to London, they’ve been