If spending your Saturday night listening to audio books sounds lame, you’ve never been to Novelization: A Reading Series Based on the Original Motion Picture. Essentially it’s dramatic readings of the book-versions of cult films like Total Recall, When Harry Met Sally and Bill & Teg’s Bogus Journey–nothing boring there–performed by funny people like Rob Sheffield, Bethany Hall and Sarah Knowles, who flex their funny bones working for places like 30 Rock and Rolling Stone. Novelization is hosted by Liam McEneaney, Marlow Riley and Heidi Vanderlee at Union Hall. Tickets are $7 and the show starts at 8pm sharp.
Hope you guys like cold, wet rain and GOP presidential nominee Donald Trump, because both are settling in for a bit and almost making me want to temporarily rename this column “Your Less Than Ideal Week.” Fortunately, we found heaps of cool stuff happening around these parts to distract you from some of the grimmer […]
Nordic design, food and ways of living a cozier life have taken hold in a big way in recent years, whether you’re talking Marimekko for Target, the concept of hygge, or the Konditori on every corner in Brooklyn. Swedes, Danes and Norwegians, and their food and culture though, have all been part of the fabric of […]
This weekend more than 300 Greenpoint-based artists invited the public to Greenpoint Open Studios, to see works in photography, paintings, design, sculptures and video. Visitors had the rare opportunity to engage with the artists, see them at work, and mingle with other art fans. We spent some time strolling through studios over the weekend; here […]