Crack those piggy banks open now, because on Sunday the Collect-I-Bowl Record Show is back at Brooklyn Bowl. It’s free admission, so show up early—there will surely be a line around the block. Expect tons of vinyl from over 40 dealers (some from New York and others from out of state), including a lot of out-of-print, limited edition, picture discs and rare punk rock, jazz, blues, soul, R&B, new wave, metal, and more. No need to worry about taking a break from the overwhelming selection for sustenance—there will also be two full bars and Blue Ribbon food. DJ Uncle Mike will be supplying the tunes while you dig through the endless crates of vinyl wondering if you’ll have enough money left to pay your rent after you leave.
There’s no lack of ink out there about Storm King Art Center, the extraordinary 500-acre outdoor sculpture park located about an hour-and-a-half’s drive north of Brooklyn in the lower Hudson Valley. But every time I go and come back raving about it to people, they always seem to have the same response: they’ve never been, even […]
Attending a free concert or hitting the beach this weekend? Check out a few of our favorite longform stories from the past month while the band and crew set up on stage, or as you roll along on that looong train trip out to the Rockaways. 1. The Old-School Saint of Nouveau Bushwick You might […]
August is already upon us, but despite all those automated vacation responders in your inbox and the slightly empty feeling around the city, there are still plenty of seasonal events for those of us left here in town to enjoy. For starters, we’ll be heading to Red Hook for a happy hour and beer tasting […]
Before we know it summer’s going to come to a close and it’s going to be too cold to go out. Netflix and hot toddies in our bathrobes are going to replace our nights out bar hopping and seeing live bands, and we’re gonna whine about not having enough heat in our apartments. But until […]