01/06/16 10:13am
They're coming

They’re coming

It’s the first Wednesday of 2016, and it’s like every other Wednesday. That’s not a bad thing, Wednesday is a herald of the coming end of the week, so those among you who are truly devoted to partying and poor decisions must be thrilled. Even if you’re a little more responsible though, the Brokelyn Events Calendar has a whole bunch of stuff you can get out there and do, without using work on Thursday as a base for your hangover. (more…)

07/21/15 8:06am
Agent Cooper approves

Agent Cooper approves

I know these usually start with some pleasantries (or well, unpleasantries) about where we are in the week and how it relates to enjoyment, but I’ll be honest: it’s too damn hot for jokes. It’s so hot the dog is shaving all of her fur herself. It’s so hot that your Gawker takes feel more like a gorgeous spring breeze than an angry fire. It’s not so hot though, that you can’t enjoy the five best things to do tonight, as found on the Brokelyn Events Calendar. (more…)

03/06/15 2:02pm
No Phoebe, the honor is ours

No Phoebe, the honor is ours

Story time has such a special place in our hearts. Pretty much any time someone says “and lemme tell you something else,” we immediately plant ourselves cross-legged at their feet, chin in palms, ready for whatever magical tales, or rants, they have for us. You know what really gets us pumped though? Story time from strong female leads, because it is 1) empowering and sometimes makes us tear up a little and 2) reminds us of our favorite Netflix microgenre. If you’re as into hearing ladies share stories that make you cackle and cry as we are, you might just be crazy for March Madness: An Evening of Readings By Women We Love, brought to you by Jezebel and The Bell House. (more…)

09/10/14 10:14am
michael che

Whether you tell him you think he’s a cutie pie or not is entirely up to you

Hey, remember the Eugene Mirman Comedy Festival? We certainly hope so, we just told you about it last week. Anyway, leaving your terrible memory aside, we imagine you saw the news and said “Boy I’d like to go to a show at that festival that objectifies some comedians, and maybe go to another one with rising comic stars.” Well, we are nothing if not obliging to very specific requests, so if you subscribe to our weekly email, you’ll have the chance to win a pair of tickets to A Night of Cutie Pies, featuring Michael Che and Jon Glaser, and 5 Comics to Watch Get on Variety’s 10 Comics to Watch List featuring Jena Friedman and Maeve Higgins. (more…)