04/02/15 10:20am
Bring it.

Bring it.

1. Get a laugh at the intersection of feminism, farts and fun at the premiere of the web series Wildcats at Videology. (Friday)

2. See Casey Balsham, Ronny Slowik, and plenty of other comics at The Bridges. (Friday)

3. Welcome Main’s Bunker Brewing to Brooklyn with a tap takeover at Covenhoven with the Beerded Ladies. (Friday) (more…)

03/31/15 8:53am
See what Basquiat was scribbling about these guys all those years

See what Basquiat was scribbling about these guys all those years

Jean-Michel Basquiat was one of the city’s coolest, most legendary icons, not to mention a Brooklyn native. We know this not just because of our deep art and hip-hop history knowledge, but because Jay-Z and Kanye keep rapping about him. It follows, then, that the works of one of New York’s biggest legends pay a visit only to one of the city’s coolest museums. The Brooklyn Museum has gotten a hold of Basquiat’s rare notebooks, and you can see his 160 pages of sketches, poems, observations, and general scribblings of ideas starting this Friday. (more…)

03/23/15 7:00am
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Chitra Ganesh breaks down gender and myth while you break it down

1. James Hannahan discusses his latest sad-sounding novel, Delicious Foods, which follows a grieving widow as she becomes a drug addict. (Monday)

2. Another edition of Creep has lurked back into our lives, and this time their lineup includes Jo Firestone, Aparna Nancherla, Brett Davis, and Liza Treyger. (Tuesday)

3. Join Dawn Luebbe as she bravely revisits her preteen years at My 1992 Diary at WORD. (Tuesday) (more…)

03/19/15 8:00am
Ladies...

Ladies…

1. Nibble on cheap lobster rolls at Brooklyn Bridge Park, since we imagine nibbling is how rich people eat. (Friday)

2. See art in Brooklyn about art in Brooklyn at Made in Brooklyn, a four-night pop-up gallery. (Friday)

3. We know you’ve still got some teenage angst left in you, so begrudgingly drag it all to Videology for My So-Called Life party. (Friday)

4. Get tips on how to grapple with your most crippling lulls in creativity at Overcoming Writer’s Block, a workshop at Made in NY Media Center. (Saturday)  (more…)

03/05/15 9:33am
Totoro always brings the party

Totoro always brings the party

1. See work from the city’s best young street photographers at the Empire State launch party at Livestream Public. (Friday)

2. Dance the lingering cold away as DJs spin hip hop, r&b, disco, and house at Trophy Bar. (Friday)

3. SnapCrackle and pop (lock and drop it) to jazz-funk, hip hop, afrobeat, reggae, and just about every other danceable genra at Bed-Vyne Brew. (Friday) (more…)

02/19/15 10:59am
They'll get you off the couch.

They’ll get you off the couch.

1. Gather with people around the world for Pecha Kucha, a presentation event with an eclectic collection of speakers at Livestream. (Friday)

2. Hear Americana-inspired folk music from down under at The Way Station’s Tasmericana Night. (Friday)

3. If you care about fashion but, like us, you don’t like it when people wear clothes, Wasabasco’s Hot Couture: A Striptease Fashion Show is for you. (Friday) (more…)

02/05/15 9:51am
If only we could be that toothpick

If only we could be that toothpick

1. The art in Do You Care About This Feeling explores the meaning of taste and ownership. (Friday)

2. Hear the classiest genre played by the classiest instrument as Jason Kao Hwang plays jazz violin at Sing House & Amygdala. (Friday)

3. Your Friday night was probably going to involve some shame anyway, so hear comedians make you feel better about yourself as they share stories in attempts to out-shame each other at The Shame Game. (Friday) (more…)

01/02/15 1:55pm
Start the year off strong

Start the year off strong

1. See garage punk band Motel Pools at Baby’s All Right and wonder where 14-year-old you’s music dreams went. (Friday)

2. Stop beating yourself up for never seeing Led Zeppelin live and check out Zoso: The Ultimate Led Zeppelin Experience live at Brooklyn Bowl. (Friday)

3. Hear 50 shiny brand new punchlines at The 9th Annual 50 First Jokes at The Bell House. (Friday) (more…)

12/15/14 9:51am
Go shopping sangria drunk and find something special for your pet unicorn-donkey.

Go shopping sangria drunk and find something special for your pet unicorn-donkey.

1. Brooklyn, Stand Up (until you fall down giggling) for comedy at The Knitting Factory. (Monday)

2. The next Brooklyn will be, well, Brooklyn. Find out what it might look like in a couple years at the Brooklyn Public Library’s Brooklyn Transitions series. (Monday)

3. Neuroscientist Gary Marcus will be at the Bell House for the Secret Science Club to talk all about future brains, and how they’ll be much better than your lousy present brain. (Monday) (more…)

12/11/14 9:10am
This guy.

This guy.

1. See a few short films about Brooklyn at the Brooklyn Historical Society, but avoid the temptation to yell out “Hey I’ve been there!” We know, we all live here. (Friday)

2. Bitches’ Brew Comedy is celebrating the holidays with a night of free comedy at Lucey’s Lounge. (Friday)

3. Expand your friend circle by adopting the dog, cat, or bunny of your dreams at Best Friends Super Adoption. (Friday-Sunday) (more…)