Well, chalk another one up for that stupid hurricane. We were really excited about our show and tell jam with Krrb, Ben Anastas and Dan Kennedy, but transit is a mess and we don’t want anyone endangering themselves trying to get there. So! With that in mind, we’ve pushed the event back two weeks, to Thursday, November 15. If you haven’t already, you can RSVP over on the Facebook page, and if you already RSVP’d, just sit tight for a couple more weeks. The good news is that it gives you more time to make Brooklyn literary puns and get your hands on a Kindle. Which will be useful for the next hurricane. The even more good news is that the promised food and drinks are going to be free beer from Brooklyn Brewery and free eats from the Southern-fried folks at Fat Beagle. We’ll see ya there!
Beer drinkers of Queens, rejoice! The second annual Queens Beer Book, full of coupons for 31 beers at 31 different beer halls, breweries, restaurants and beer shops in Queens, is now on sale! We’ve been doing our smash-hit Brooklyn Beer Books for years now and are coming back to Queens for a second year to embrace the burgeoning beer […]
It’s finally bike month, and while riding on two wheels may be the best way to see the city, bicycle safety is no joke. If accidents do happen, they can be pretty bad unless you’re taking basic precautions, including wearing a helmet. Sure, maybe you don’t look as cool with that man bun all covered up. But even a slight docking of cool […]
Moving to NYC is to be in a relentless state of attack, to have your credentials questioned at every turn, both literally and existentially, and to constantly be slapped with the question: Do you belong here? You could spend your whole life in New York City defending yourself against territorial natives, who, to be fair, have […]
If you’re tired of seeing cis performances, reading cis thinkpieces and doing things that generally rely on binary gender constructs, then drag yourself over to New York’s first ever trans theatre festival, courtesy of The Brick Theater in Williamsburg, Brooklyn. Tucked unassumingly behind a red door at 579 Metropolitan Avenue, the Brick is a burgeoning theatre venue […]