How our hatred of hipsters and emotional men made us hate a movie we once enjoyed.
Hipster things now: sushi, Twitter, books.
NBC bought a comedy about an anthropologist who studies Brooklyn hipsters.
"I just really miss brunch."
Your future looks bright!
Real recognizes real.
Technically it's just a string ensemble.
What was Platt's favorite Panda Bear B-side of the year?
Just what PBS needed.
Explicating an improvised text on aging, class, and Henry Rollins's hang-ups.
These London boys look beautiful.
They're filming in Williamsburg this week.
Plus Tobey Maguire owes Tracy Morgan $75, on our regular late-night roundup.
Michael "What a Fool Believes" McDonald sings on the band's new single.
We expect the grassy open spaces of Prospect Park to be filled with twentysomething Americans in dress whites by the end of the summer.
Jordan Galland's new movie is clearly about hipsters. But it looks kind of good anyway!
The Juno co-star sends hearts racing up and down the L line.
We’ve been to some stupefying artist parties in East Williamsburg, but we’ve never seen one like Jeremy Saulnier’s Murder Party.