If you’ve ever found yourself in the audience of one of Shakespeare’s timeless dramas and thought to yourself, “Man, this is awesome, but I wish I could be just a tad bit drunker, and yet somehow—somehow—stay classy,” then put that magic lamp down, Aladdin, because you won’t even need those next two wishes. Truffle Theatre Company (a young and homegrown Brooklyn-based arts organization) is putting on a performance of Shakespeare’s A Midsummer’s Night’s Dream, arguably his most beloved comedy, in the mezzanine of 61 Local, arguably Cobble Hill’s most beloved public house (and inarguably New York Magazine’s Best Domestic Beer Hall of 2011). Tickets are just $15 and you can buy them here. And if a few rounds of iambic pentameter and locally crafted ale sound like just the appetizer, you should think ahead and purchase tickets to Local Roots NYC’s upcoming third Supper Club, held at 61 Local on February 1. Admission is limited to 30, and the $40 ticket grants you four expertly-prepared courses centering on that most poetic of fruits: the apple. Locally grown, of course.
Mon March 17, 2014The next Monday night you’re craving that salty, meaty, juicy perfection in a patty known as a burger (which is presumably this Monday night), mosey on over to James to feed the need. The restaurant hosts Burger Night every Monday, featuring an expanded burger menu at discounted prices. Choose between a classic […]
Sun March 16, 2014Who needs boring, pretentious old Fashion Week when we’ve got Spoke the Hub’s Recycled Fashion Show and High Tea? The semiannual fundraiser treats guests to a scripted, choreographed catwalk show featuring used clothing donated by the community and modeled by Spoke the Hub’s dancers, teachers, students and neighbors. All of the “couture” […]
Despite early promises from President Obama that buying affordable insurance would soon be as simple as shopping on Amazon, the process of selecting a health-care provider is more than just a matter of picking and clicking. Plans, premiums and out-of-pocket expenses under Obamacare vary greatly from state-to-state and person-to-person, depending on factors like household size, annual […]
Sat March 15, 2014If you’re one of the lucky few with a patch of greenspace to call your own, this thaw we’re experiencing means it’s time to get work on prepping, pruning and planting for spring. To that end, you’re going to want to swing by Green-Wood Cemetery this Saturday at 2pm to pick up […]
Tue March 18, 2014Head to Pioneer Works on March 18 for the first of three workshops where you’ll learn to design and print your own 3D jewelry using Rhino–the software program not the odd-toed ungulate. Instructor Sergei Tiourine will walk you through the process, from sketching to surface modeling, creation, manipulation, packaging and printing. You […]