05 Nov 2010

Dumbo Underwater Visualizes Brooklyn’s Sunken Future

It’s a safe – and apparently scientific – assumption that, if the earth’s water levels one day decided to rise, New York won’t be spared. We’re okay with that, and mostly because we’re not really planning on living until 2100 anyway. Sorry, kids. But as much as we’d like to forget

04 Nov 2010

FREE Victoire Show at Smack Mellon Gallery Tonight

At first, I was going to highlight all of the cool things going on tonight in Dumbo as part of the First Thursday Gallery Walk. But then I realized that there are, like, A LOT, and decided to pick just one that’s sure to be awesome and leave the rest

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19 Jul 2023

The East Bay Beer Passport is Here!

Step into a world of adventure with the 2023-2024 East Bay Beer Passport! There’s no better way to explore the East Bay than to literally drink it in. Each passport contains 27 coupons to buy one beer, get a second beer FREE at 27 of the finest locally owned breweries,

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25 Sep 2010

Your Saturday: Beer, Brats, Art Festivals, and Sordid Secrets

With New York still enjoying its Indian Summer, it seems like everyone is trying to pack every possible event into one weekend before the chill of fall sets in. Normally we just pick one event, but there is just too much good stuff to choose. So whether you want to

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26 Aug 2010

Free Kayaking in Brooklyn Bridge Park

There aren’t many appealing activities that revolve around the phrase “It’s fun! But just make sure to keep your mouth shut the whole time” but kayaking is one of them and you can do it for free this weekend and next at the very spiffy Brooklyn Bridge Park. Just show

Jill S. 0
21 Aug 2010

Shhh… there’s a Brooklyn Ice Cream Factory in Greenpoint, too

The lines at Brooklyn Ice Cream Factory in Dumbo are almost as famous as the ice cream itself… but it’s totally worth it, right? Like, it’s gotta be… why else would people decide that standing outside for over an hour for something that’s available on almost every other street corner

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10 Aug 2010

Book and Tag Sale at powerHouse Arena

I like books. I’m one of those. I also like bookstores that aren’t boring and sterile. My skin shrivels a little when I walk past the Barnes & Noble on Court St. near my apartment and I feel a blast of recycled chilled air and see the sign for “religious

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05 Aug 2010

Cheap Sweets: French Macaroons at Almondine’s

When I first went to Paris I was sixteen and in the company of a slew of other privileged, Americans of comparable age and intellect sent there for a “summer study abroad” program by our parents. There are a million things to say about that but what I will say

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24 Jun 2010

Anna G Says RELAX: 5 Free Relaxation Spots in NYC

It can be really hard to live in New York City, sometimes, guys.  And if you’re anything like me, you have a hard time giving up, making really major risky decisions, and resisting to bite off way more than you can chew.   Because of such pigheadedness, sometimes your body and

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