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For the last ten years, The L Magazine has been a source for exploring and discovering the emerging culture in Brooklyn and New York City. From music and art, to film, food, news, and neighborhood developments, the magazine has undertaken the task of bringing the best and most exciting New York news to its residents. The free publication celebrated its tenth anniversary last week, and we sat down with founder Daniel Stedman to discuss the magazine's past, present, and future. More»
Although the Beastie Boys may have sworn by "No Sleep Till Brooklyn," Brooklyn never sleeps. On Friday night, the Brooklyn community ushered in the 2012 summer arts festival season with an evening of cocktails, conversation and a concert in Williamsburg. More»
For the next week, Brooklyn will be the home of the Northside Festival. Dedicated to all things film, music, and art, this is the week every hipster dreams lives for. It is a culmination of urban-semi underground culture, allowing New Yorkers to experience first hand the innovations these art forms have to offer. More»
We take a look inside the Dream Downtown opening; a look at the Northside Festival, starting TONIGHT; a list of places to celebrate Bloomsday; a new nightlife endeavor from David Lynch, an underground lap dance club; an underground supper club and more! Today's nightlife roundup is spilling all its secrets! More»
New York's latest failed attempt at a large-scale music festival won't be happening this weekend. After two years of mid-August revelry, All Points West is AWOL. But that doesn't mean you can't make your own mini-festival, starting tonight. More»
On Saturday I walked the length of the North Brooklyn waterfront as the Northside Festival brought me from the uppermost corner of Greenpoint to the base of the Williamsburg Bridge on South 2nd Street. Music, movies, stuffed cabbage and a neighborhood on the edge (of what, I'm not sure) dotted the route. More»
In Margot at the Wedding Nicole Kidman tells her sister not to move to Williamsburg because it's "for the young." After I got my Northside badge at festival HQ on Bedford Avenue I enjoyed gratis Heinekens (ah, the fringe benefits of evil corporate sponsorships), scanned the crowd and realized, with a bit of nausea, that I was, at 26, the oldest person there. More»
Just as movie ticket prices stealthily crawled from $12.50 to an unlucky $13, a gang of limeys and a new theater prove the theatrical experience beats watching pirated films from your body-dented couch. One involves cinematic immersion that puts 3-D to shame. The other involves mojitos. More»
Brooklyn is arguably the center of indie rock, a genre without a center. Its defining trait is that it's indefinable. Indie is just a catchall phrase for dozens of splintered subgenres. But this weekend's Northside Festival aims to outline Brooklyn's proudly hazy music scene, even as it spans musical styles and venues scattered across the borough. More»
Tuesday, May 21
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.