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.
One problem with living in a comedy wonderland like Brooklyn is that sometimes you need to make a hard choice on which comedy show you’re going to go to on any given night. Sometimes you just want to say “Come on, comedians of Brooklyn, make it easier for us and just get together in one […]
The curtain will rise again on Brooklyn’s historic Kings Theatre in January 2015. Don’t remember seeing Arcade Fire perform there? The theatre on Flatbush Ave has been closed for 40 years, so the debut will be the first time in our lifetimes to visit the French Renaissance revivalist theatre, rumored to be spectacularly beautiful and lovingly […]
The social contract of entering a public bar in Brooklyn — as close as some of us have to a piazza in modern day — is that you suffer through a lot of light and noise. You might enter a spot in search of a warm drink on a cold April night and, ugh, month […]