By Jonas Barnes Fall in NYC means flash flood warnings, overflowing subways and the smell of trash being thick with moisture in the air. It also means pumpkin everything and cool festivals throughout the city all the time. There is definitely some awesome shit to go along with the nastiness.
Rad Upcoming NY Events SCHTICK OR TREAT THU. 10/29 | 8:00PM @ KNITTING FACTORY BK Mark Normand & Matt Ruby present the 8th annual Schtick or Treat. 50 of New York’s best comics perform as their favorite comedy legends! $3 PBR, $6 PBR + WELL SHOT, $2 OFF EVERYTHING ELSE
Rad Upcoming NY Events The 4th Annual CMJ Texas Takeover Party THUR. 10/15 | 4:00PM @ THE DELANCEY Two floors and six-hours of music featuring Holiday Mountain, Blue Healer, Say Girl Say, Night Drive and More! ADMISSION: FREE The Wild Honey Pie’s CMJ Beehive FRI. 10/16 | 6:00PM @ THE
Rad Upcoming NY Events Freddie Cosmo’s Pop Odyssey THU. 10/01 | 6:30PM @ LEFTFIELD ON LUDLOW Freddie Cosmo performs a unique arrangement of originals and cover songs while conjuring the spirits of music icons from the past and present and continuing his story to fulfill his lifelong dream of becoming
Rad Upcoming NY Events Jerome Chrome, Big Wimp, Pumpkin Gutz THU. 09/24 | 5:00PM @ OUTPUT This show also featues DJ Artisanal Jams JOEYCLUBBINLUV and other special guests! ADMISSION: FREE Late Night Basement FRI. 09/25 | 8:30PM @ LIVESTREAM PUBLIC Late Night Basement takes the traditional “late night” TV format
Rad Upcoming NY Events Fashion’s Front Row With performances by Nate Ruess & Jason Derulo THU. 09/17 | 7:30PM @ THE THEATER AT MSG Macy’s Presents Fashion’s Front Row brings the high fashion runway to the mainstream in a dazzling spectacle celebrating the intersection of music and fashion. ADMISSION: $55 One Finger Food Minimum:
Yes, broke asses, your childhood is becoming more and more of a distant memory. A new television season is in full swing. It is fall season right now, and as we celebrate new and returning shows, like Gotham—and all of its intimidating posters splattered across all of Manhattan—Friends became 20 years