Carolyn Castiglia is hilarious. But beyond that, she is warm, charming and fiercely passionate about her talk show Right NOW! The show will be gracing the stage of Union Hall (702 Union Street, Brooklyn – Park Slope). You can catch her show next week, June 16th at 8pm. Grab your $10 tickets here. Here’s
The Lindsey Buckingham Appreciation Society will be at Littlefield tonight performing Fleetwood Mac’s landmark 1979 album, Tusk. This unique band blends members from The War on Drugs, Papas Fritas, Pernice Brothers, Buried Beds, Nightlands, and Danielson. Having first performed Tusk in its entirety in 2010 at Boston, Brooklyn, and Philly,
Okay, so let’s try this again. Vital Vox: A Vocal Festival was supposed to celebrate its fourth annual event with Sabrina Lastman, Philip Hamilton, Sasha Bogdannowitsch and more at Brooklyn’s 400-seat theater, Roulette, back in October 2012. But as we all know by now, Hurricane Sandy hit and leveled New
There’s nothing quite like a slew of glittery cardboard hearts, strategically plastered throughout the lifeless windows of New York City’s retail stores, prepping themselves for that one day in February. There isn’t another imitation holiday that can arrogantly compete, nothing else that simply screams out: commercialized holiday bastardizing the idea
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
The Brooklyn Music Factory is ready to kick off the first weekend of Spring 2012 with their Spring Band Party. The event will be held on Sunday, March 25th in Brooklyn’s very own Littlefield. The event is open to all ages so it’s okay to bring the little ones along.
I had a regular when I was a bartender. 33, classically gorgeous and a bar owner, he had a crush on me because I didn’t give a shit, i.e. wasn’t hot enough to be seen in public with. He’d bring in every feminine cliche (Biracial Burlesque Performer, Marketing Intern Who