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Twin brother DJ blog team Finger on the Pulse brought disco edit superstar Pilooski to the Brooklyn Bowl on Saturday, joined by resident and guest turntable sets including Diabolick, Never Forget and Broadzilla. Check out Nicky Digital's snaps of all the dancing, hugging and general antics accompanying the mix of beats. More»
Last night Le Fooding held a preview dinner at the Vinegar Hill House in Brooklyn. Enjoying the fall evening weather, diners including Daniel Boulud, David Chang, Katie Lee (Joel?) and Waris Ahluwalia delighted in some lighthearted whimsy, donning balloon hats at they tasted octopus, tarte flambe, greens and an entree choice of country chop or trout. Seated at wood tables both inside and on the patio, Petanque games aided digestion, as did the flowing Veuve Clicquot. More»
Which mogul likes to be low key with the lady in New York City's outer boroughs? Click below to see the answer... More»
[Evan Snyderman, Isaiah Zagar, Ezekiel Zagar, Jeremiah Zagar, Julia Zagar, Ross Kauffman, Jeremy Yaches]. Yesterday, the Brooklyn Museum hosted a screening of the HBO documentary, "In a Dream." Chronicling a son's celebration of his artist father's work, the movie reveals the struggles of a gifted man's family dysfunction. More»
Brooklyn Bowl is hosting "The Deep End," a Sunday series of afterparties to summer's "pool parties." With pitcher deals and DJ's Gavin Royce and Stephen Pandolfi, there was a lot to convince people to overlook those silly shoes you have to wear when bowling. Explaining that you "only have to stumble three blocks from the waterfront to continue playing with the gang," we can imagine that by the time the lanes filled, bowlers were in good form to be throwing heavy objects around. More»
The Manhattan Bridge looms behind an audience of hundreds sitting in the grass of Brooklyn Bridge Park before the "Movies With a View" outdoor screening. Outdoor movies are a perennial summer pastime for New Yorkers, with festivals and showings put on in various neighborhoods of the city throughout the warm months. Photo via Getty. More photos below.... More»
Second base? No, event better! On Friday, the historic Irondale Center celebrated emerging experimental media themes with monthly art and music festival Gimme Art's Urban Culture event. Sipping booze from Colt 45, artists of multiple disciplines got their creativity on for the Brooklyn based not-for-profit, an organization showing "what makes Brooklyn" while building an underground art community. More»
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Some of New York's newest bands rocked Brooklyn's The Bell House last Wednesday as part of Rock4Rorz, a benefit concert for Rory O'Sullivan, a young filmmaker diagnosed with an aggressive form of brain cancer. Boondock Saint Norman Reedus and a slew of musicians, including White Williams, Acrylics, Golden Triangle, The Fugs, and DJs Ben Brunnerner and Alex Dirttt donated their time and talent to raise awareness for brain cancer, a disease affecting adults between the ages 20 and 39. More story and photos. More»
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Resource Magazine teamed up with Jewel Street Studios for a Spring Event in Greenpoint, Brooklyn. The party featured a mix of live bands and DJs, including local duo Merrady and Gene, Miami-based The JeanMarie, and DJ Kid Magic. For those not into photography, Resource is a free NYC publication about the workings of the photo industry. More photos below... More»
Friday, May 24
We sat down with Anne Pasternak for a few questions about Creative Time's past and future, as well as the importance of having an awareness about public art in the city.