Oh Jesse Pinkman: you were just a humble meth using high school dropout until some teacher came back into your life and forced you to apply yourself. As the world reels from last night’s Breaking Bad finale, the NY Post’s Kate Briquelet spotted this yarn bombing in Bed-Stuy at the corner of Dekalb and Spencer. A search shows that a local designer London Kaye O’Donnell is responsible, according to this DNA.info story, who also did the BB logo on a subway entrance. Now, someone stitch up a tribute to Badger’s Star Trek script, please.
When you combine the eternal draw of cheap tattoos and the current need to be active somehow, anyhow, in resisting the current presidential administration, the resulting party is bound to be popular. Party to Protect does just this, and on Tuesday the group held their second event since the inauguration, offering discount flash sheet tattoos for which all […]
Traveling between Queens and Brooklyn had never been this easy until Car2Go carsharing arrived. Here’s how it works: You can pick up your Car2Go whenever you like, without prior planning, in any one of 70 locations throughout Brooklyn and Queens. You can see the locations here. Take the car wherever you like, for as long […]
[Ed note: Reminder, we now have a separate roundup for activism-focused events, which we encourage you to check out here.] 1. Start your weekend off artfully at Greenpoint Gallery Night, with 11 art spaces across the neighborhood open late, from Jave Project to The Yard. (Friday, Greenpoint, FREE) 2. Eat some eats and tell some tales […]