It’s free medical care you can find on the internet day at Brokelyn! We stumbled across something that would probably be more prevalent had Mitt Romney won and done away with Obamacare: dental students offering you teeth cleanings on Craigslist. Is it a symptom of the terrible insurance-less dystopia we live in or just a guy in dental school whose friends won’t let him practice his craft on them? We’re too afraid to go and find out, but then, we’ve seen The Dentist 2. But hey, if you haven’t had your teeth cleaned in a year and don’t have insurnace, the person does make the compelling argument that this is the time to turn your life of poor dental hygiene around. Unless…oh man, do you guys think this is where those wisdom teeth push pins really come from?
Artists aren’t the only ones who deserve a leg up to do what they do. A similarly underrepresented body politic in Brooklyn, at least where funding is concerned, is its nonprofit sector. We’re talking community organizers, advocacy groups and other 501(c)-3 organizations whose purpose precedes their paycheck. Micro-leadership rarely receives macro budgeting, which can make it hard […]
President Obama (god, that feels good) held his last press conference yesterday, and it may be the last of those we have in a while, considering who’s coming in to replace him. Many of us watched glassy-eyed as the POTUS made his final address to the nation last week. Some of us teared up. Some […]
In case you thought Trump wasn’t going to come for the artists, think again. The president elect’s proposed sweeping cuts include a total elimination of the National Endowment for the Arts, which means we’ll need to rely more than ever on funding and support from local arts organizations and cultural groups. And each other, obviously. Lucky for […]