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King Princess Is Ready for the Throne
It’s time to bend the knee to Brooklyn queer pop royalty.
Inside Brooklyn’s Newest Day-to-Night Vegan Music Venue
Public Records is a sort of postindustrial student union for postcollegiate adults looking for a way to spend their days.
Madison Malone Kircher
Novelist Nicole Dennis-Benn on Coming Out and Finding Home
The Jamaican-born Brooklynite’s second novel,
, reinvents the immigrant story.
A ‘Retrospective’ for Emerging Artists in Bushwick’s Former Pfizer Factory
Curating your friends in a “parody” of art nepotism.
How Novelist John Wray Made His Brooklyn Brownstone Into a Writers’ Clubhouse
This Park Slope townhouse is a cross between an artists’ colony, a co-working space, and a frat house.
Marianne Ways: Comedy Booker, Producer, and Consultant Extraordinaire
Over the years, Littlefield in Brooklyn has become a go-to spot for Monday night comedy in New York. It was once the home of Kurt Braunohler […]
David Letterman, Tracy Morgan, Amy Schumer, and More Will Appear on ‘Jimmy […]
Jimmy Kimmel is bringing his late night show back to Brooklyn this month, and today ABC revealed the guest lineup. David Letterman, Billy Joel, […]
The NYC Parks Department Is Trolling Us With Drake’s Wheelchair Jimmy Meme Now
Just hold on, we’re going to Fort Greene Park.
Now That We Have
, Here Are 6 Other Brooklyn Thrillers We’d Like to See
What would Williamsburg’s neighborhood thriller look like? What about Park Slope’s?
‘Jimmy Kimmel Live’ Returns to Brooklyn for a Week of Shows in October
Jimmy Kimmel is bringing his ABC late night show back to Brooklyn this fall. According to Deadline, Jimmy Kimmel Live will tape a week of […]
Author Danzy Senna on Finding Inspiration After Leaving Brooklyn
writer moved to California because New York felt like “a book party that never ended.” She doesn’t mean that in a good way.
Here’s the Lineup for the 10th and Final Eugene Mirman Comedy Festival
After ten years, the Eugene Mirman Comedy Festival is returning one more time in September. The final festival runs from Friday, September 15th […]
This Venue That Birthed Some of Indie Rock’s Boldest Bands Might Be Closing Down
VIDEO: A fight is underway to save it.
Jared T. Miller
Notorious B.I.G. Honored by the Brooklyn Nets 20 Years After His Death
Puff Daddy, Faith Evans, and others remembered the rapper, who died 20 years ago.
What Happened to Paul Auster? A Decade Ago, He Was a Nobel Candidate.
Did he change, or did we?
Rapper Troy Ave Stable After Being Shot Twice
Troy Ave was shot while driving a car on Christmas.
What Will Be the Sundance-iest Movie at Sundance Next Year?
Three points for each film featuring a white person stricken with ennui.
Bill Murray Bartends; You Pretend You’re There
In the immortal words of Jean-Paul Sartre: Bottoms up.
Bill Murray Is Bartending in BK This Weekend
Bill Murray is bartending in Greenpoint this weekend — or at least he was, until you nerds found out about it.
2016 Brooklyn Comedy Festival to Feature Reggie Watts, Vanessa Bayer, […]
The Brooklyn Comedy Festival has just announced its lineup for 2016, with the fest slated to run from August 22-28th at various venues across […]
Brooklyn to Get Captain America Statue
It literally weighs a ton.
guinness world records
Brooklyn Man Sets TV-Binge-Watching World Record
Yes, he watched
E. Alex Jung
cities to love
Behind the Scenes With Sleater-Kinney at Brooklyn’s Reopened Market Hotel
We tail Sleater-Kinney as they reopen Brooklyn’s weirdest little venue, Market Hotel.
Hanging Out at the Intersection of Comedy and Art with Lorelei Ramirez
New York City has so much comedy that it’s nearly impossible to stand out, especially if all you’re doing is standup. However, some comedians […]
Are You Ready to Fall in Love With This
You’re gonna have such a crush on the guy in it.
Saoirse Ronan Keeps It Real by Having ‘Terrible Friends’
“Have terrible friends who don’t support anything you do!”
Saoirse Ronan Is Magnetic in the Otherwise Delicate
The 21-year-old actress brings something unusual to her role, never letting her character’s passivity seem dull-witted or masochistic.
Bill Murray Welcomes Jimmy Kimmel to Brooklyn on ‘Jimmy Kimmel Live’
Jimmy Kimmel Live kicked off its week of shows in Brooklyn last night, and the one and only Bill Murray – who dressed up for the special […]
Jimmy Kimmel on His Brooklyn Shows, Jay Leno’s Burn, and Beards
“Well, we know that Jay only does nice things for people — for his competitors.”
E. Alex Jung
‘Jimmy Kimmel Live’s Week in Brooklyn to Include Donald Trump, Tracy […]
Jimmy Kimmel Live is headed to Brooklyn next week, and in addition to previously announced guests Bill Murray, Jay Z, Michael J. Fox, Bradley […]
More Saoirse Ronan Angst in New
In beautiful technicolor.
Bill Murray, Jay Z, Michael J. Fox, and More to Visit ‘Jimmy Kimmel Live’ […]
Jimmy Kimmel Live is headed to the east coast next month for a week of shows in Brooklyn, and ABC revealed the guest lineup today. According to […]
the sound of money
Why the Vinyl Boom Is Actually a Drought
With vinyl sales at the highest in decades, skeptics say there’s nowhere to go but down. Maybe then pressing plants will actually be able to meet demand.
This Week in Web Videos: ‘Hart Street Lemonade Stand’
I want to call Hart Street Lemonade Stand (HSLS) the funniest thing since Stella, and that’s untrue. There’s been so much other funny stuff […]
Luke Kelly Clyne
Seth Meyers Went Day Drinking in Brooklyn with His Brother and Dad
It’s officially summer in New York, and what better way to celebrate by drinking all day? That’s exactly what Seth Meyers did recently […]
The Beat Goes Boom: What’s Driving the Dance-Music Moment
Why EDM just keeps growing, who’s making money off it, and where to actually go dancing.
This Week in Web Videos: Just Add Water
I don’t want to count the number of times I or someone I’ve interviewed for this column has given the advice “Just do it” when speaking […]
Luke Kelly Clyne
life in pictures
Photos: British Punk Band Savages Takes Brooklyn
The burgeoning all-female foursome brunches in Williamsburg and gets silly during sound check.
Photos: The Most Beautiful Old Movie Palace in Brooklyn, Back From the Brink
Built for architectural escapism along with cinematic escapism.
A Good Hint at Whom Hannah Might Date on
count as a spoiler.
The Brooklyn Bandscape: A Recent History of the Borough’s Music Scene
From Afropunk to Electroclash to Zebulon, an abridged tour of its millennial moment.
Mos Def on His Barclays Center Poem and Jay-Z
On Thursday, we wrote about Yasiin Bey’s new poem, which concerns Brooklyn’s Barclay’s Center. Here is our extended transcript.
slim legging it
Video: What Do Brooklynites in Hannah’s Hood Really Think About
Is Cafe Grumpy ready for a
Sex and the City
Jesse David Fox
Update: Sundance Film Festival Expanding to Brooklyn?
Finally, Robert Redford and Jay-Z will be best friends.
Jesse David Fox
The Complete Guide to Everything: Hurricane Sandy Aftermath
It’s been a week since our episode recorded right before Hurricane Sandy hit New York City. The good news is that this week we were able to be […]
jimmy kimmel live
Jimmy Kimmel Asks: Hipster or Hasid?
Welcome to Williamsburg!
Weather Be Damned, Jimmy Kimmel Is Going Ahead With His Brooklyn Show […]
Jimmy Kimmel is hosting his show from Brooklyn this week - at least he was supposed to be. Last night’s taping was canceled due to Hurricane […]
Julie Klausner and Ted Leo Take a Whiskey and Whittling Class
Here’s a new video Julie Klausner made for her How Was Your Week? live show, in which she, rocker Ted Leo, and producer Chris “Spoony” […]
Julie Klausner and Ted Leo Took a ‘Whiskey and Whittling’ Class in Brooklyn
And it was funny.
Jimmy Kimmel Is Coming Back to Brooklyn
Brooklyn-born comedian Jimmy Kimmel is bringing his talk show to his hometown, hosting it from the Brooklyn Academy of Music for one week, from […]