I feel sick today. My head is congested and my stomach is upset. I have no appetite. This has me concerned because I always have an appetite. Is it you, Swine flu? Or regular flu? Something I ate? Something I didn’t eat? Who coughed on me? Yeah, I think it’s the Swine Flu. Joe Biden … Continue reading Dear Swine Flu,
The cool cats down at flavorpill are joining ranks with MOMA and hosting a soiree of sorts in their new weekly series, “MOMA Monday Nights.” The extended hours for the weekly event are 5:30 – 8:45. Dj’s and ART are included in the $20 fee, but if you rsvp through http://www.flavorpill.com (go to events), then the fee is just … Continue reading Monday night boredom? Not anymore.
I don’t have to say much about this place because you already know. You’ve been there, you’ve seen a show, you’ve danced with your shirt off, you’ve bumped into an old girlfriend who’s now dating the drummer from [insert band-of-the-moment] and you’ve thrown up your Brooklyn Lager. It’s ok. We’ve all been there. There’s an … Continue reading McCarren Park
From the creative genius behind “Bacon Takedown” comes the amazing event ” Tofu Takedown!” I know, I know…this sounds nuts, but it’ll probably be fun. Competitive cooking, knives and an audience! What’s not to love? I’m sure someone will get hurt and tears will be shed, but it’s all in the spirit of competition. If … Continue reading Tofu Takedown? I’m in.
I think it’s officially called something regal like, ‘The Fort Greene Park Conservancy,’ but any way you slice it, it’s a large greene space in the heart of Downtown Brooklyn. Jogging trails, volunteerships, weekend farmers markets and lots of trees and green grass – just waiting for you to sit on, break out your acoustic and … Continue reading Fort Greene Park
This happened a while ago, but it’s so good, I had to share it here: Most New Yorkers probably feel they’ve seen everything, myself being one of them. Well, now…it’s official. I have seen everything. But I bet you’ve never seen this. New York has cornered the market in crazy. Now this is a different kind … Continue reading Ziploc Bag.
One of the most unrecognized New York City Parks is Socrates Sculpture Park in Long Island City, Queens. It’s a unique park used mostly by artists as an exhibition and performance space, but also used for other cool events, like a kite-making class (I know!) and the upcoming State Fair in May. This summer, starting in July, they’ll … Continue reading Socrates Sculpture Park. Never heard of it.