Avoiding critical coverage—because politicians are apparently well-loved by all, and always do everything by the book.
Maybe we should be glad they didn’t call the Irish Haven pub “the next Williamsburg.”
Also this coming week: poetry reading at the Owl’s Head wine bar, Martymusic in Shore Road Park, and an outdoor movie at Narrows Botanical garden.
FASTRACK is coming to slow your roll. But it will all be worth it, right? RIGHT?
When the Summer Stroll on Third Avenue was first announced a few years ago, we were promised all sorts of anachronisms like doo-wop bands and barbershop quartets. Thankfully, we got more interesting stuff than that.
If tortas are on the menu, then you know that the tacos are good.
Happy Independence Day to those that celebrate! America’s 239th birthday is upon us, and there are two big celebrations locally that you can take part in. They’re on separate days, so you can do both if you want, and still have time to head into Manhattan or Northern Brooklyn to watch the big Macy’s show. […]
The message from approximately 50 protestors was simple: “Robert Lee has got to go.”
A look at the history of Robert Lee and Stonewall Jackson in their years stationed at Fort Hamilton, whose reputations were oddly unsullied as they fought against their country and on the side of slavery. The post-Charleston backlash against Conferderate idolatry will bring Al Sharpton to Fort Hamilton on Saturday.
Start the weekend off right with an outdoor movie starring Discount Jennifer Grey. Extra credit if you can name Chanice’s dimples without Googling them. Unless you want to Google Chanice’s dimples.