This Saturday, show some love for Greenpoint at Greenpointers‘ Annual Valentine’s Day Market at From The Source. It’s Valentine’s shopping made easy with 40+ local vendors, a bar with sexy drinks and snacks (oooh la la!), and a lovey dovey photo booth. Vendors include Miss Havisham’s Vintage, Long Play Coasters, Kill Devil Hill, Cake Hero and more. Refreshments will be provided by Cafe Grumpy, Brooklyn Brewery, Dandelion Wine, Boylan Soda, Oven.ly and Pie Corps. Early bird shoppers will be treated to a free Greenpointers tote bag, and first dibs on the goods. And contribute to Greenpointers’ writers’ fund by entering their $5 raffle to win tons of cool prizes from Paulie Gee, Word, In God We Trust, The Richardson, Black Rabbit and more. So, what are you doing Saturday again? Check out this online preview for some of what you can expect.
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 […]
Wed March 12, 2014Rough Trade only opened its Brooklyn outpost in November, but the English music import is quickly becoming a mainstay in Williamsburg’s music scene. From now through March 29, Rough Trade has teamed up with TomTom Magazine to present the world’s largest modern Moog installation, a 25-day residency program devoted to sound experimentation […]
Wed March 12, 2014Way before Boardwalk Empire, The Sopranos or even Scarface and The Godfather set the gold standard for gangster sagas, director Raoul Walsh was one of the first to turn his lens on organized crime, bringing realism to the rough-hewn existence of immigrants living on the Bowery in 1915′s Regeneration. The silent, biographical […]
Since opening in Carroll Gardens in 2008, Buttermilk Channel has been one of Brooklyn’s most consistently acclaimed eateries, winning best new restaurant awards, a star review from the New York Times, national media attention, and even visits from Beyonce and Blue Ivy. For most local restaurateurs, success like that would be carte blanche to start […]