Teddy’s Bar and Grill in Williamsburg is one of those rare few places that has been pouring beer for locals since your pappy’s pappy was in skinny jeans. The 125-year-old pub at the corner of N. 8th and Berry is keeping up its tradition of the local scene: the bar announced on twitter last week that local Brooklyn musicians can get a free beer if they bring in their CD for the bar’s jukebox. So to get this straight: a bar wants to reward you for the chance to give you exposure on their jukebox. Too bad no one in Williamsburg is in a band or likes to drink.
One of the joys of looking at the news is the police blotter. Yes, it’s informative and alerts you to potential dangers in your neighborhood and city, but it’s also the place you go to for bizarre stories like the man who thought he was a pirate in Bensonhurst. But Brooklynites are going to have […]
1. Going to be a parent one day? Go to this seminar on financial planning for new parents to learn why that’s a TERRIBLE idea (Monday) 2. Help plan the future of the Gowanus before some clown can dub it the next next Williamsburg (Monday) 3. Take a chunk out of another brick of the […]
We knew the No Office Holiday Party (happening Thursday, have you RSVP’ed yet?) was a big deal for the likes of us humble bloggers and freelancers. But it turns out it’s also an awesome sociological event for the New York Times to talk about, so they invited us to talk about it in their “Room for […]