This Thursday (that’s tomorrow, in case you were wondering), local instigator Mina Karimi curates a very special art experiment at Bushwick’s very own Secret Project Robot. The show, called Dead Dudes Done Right, has both visual and musical artists presenting various idiosyncratic takes on – you guessed it – dead
reBar is nestled on Front St. in DUMBO, and it may seem like a trek to ge there if you don’t live or work in the area, but after my friend decided to have her birthday celebration there, I’ll definitely be returning. You enter the building and climb the
This site is dedicated to broke-asses. Yes, broke-asses. This is strictly not to be confused with cheap-asses. The word and conditions may be similar, but when carefully dissected, distinctions between the two become quite clear. Let’s take a look… 1. Broke-asses: They may often find themselves with an empty/thin wallet,
It’s been my lifelong dream to be in a Michael Jackson video. Ergo, my life was pretty much over in late June 2009. However, here’s a chance for me — and you, if you’re similarly awesome — to renew my purpose on this earth: Bay Area Flash Mob is putting
This sounds like one hell of an event. In honor of Michael Jackson’s birthday (which was yesterday I think) the weekly Monday party, Testarossa is throwing an MJ themed night. Not only do you get a FREE margarita if you show up before 11pm, but there will also be FREE
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.
This country loves a good gimmick. And that’s what 3D technology feels like to me. Tech trends come and go, but rarely does a fad of the past make such a strong comeback as 3D movies have. One of these days I’m just waiting to walk by an Urban Outfitters
I don’t hang out in the Union Square area often. It’s too loud and schizo for me between the tourists, the crackheads and the street performers gyrating to Michael Jackson songs and beating the shit out of trash cans. But one bar I will brave the thousands of Street Sheet