On the cover of the latest Liars record, TFCF, Angus Andrew sits alone in a wedding dress, looking like he left himself at the altar, and just in the nick of time. The sort of silly, semi-sinister image makes fine thematic sense. It fronts the first record in the band’s 17-year art-pop career made without the help of founding member Aaron Hemphill, or anyone other than Angus. Wanderlust—sonic, geographic, personal—has come to define Andrew’s...

Designing Brooklyn: Good Thing

It’s common knowledge that you know a good thing when you see it. But would you know a Good...

Brooklyn Real Estate: The Red Hook Edition

David Seiter, principal and design director of landscape architecture firm Future Green, describes Red Hook's ecological origins, his latest...

Weekly Culture Round-Up: 9/20 – 9/26

Brooklyn Block Party — The annual “Brooklyn Comes Alive” music festival takes place this weekend, a two-day concert extravaganza...

Here To Stay: Paul McCartney At Barclays Center

Just over an hour into a set that lasted nearly three, Paul McCartney acknowledged the city in which he...

Reading #TheResistance: A Dispatch From The Brooklyn Book Festival

“A dud article from Breitbart reaches more people than all the books we've talked about combined,” lamented LA Kauffman,...

Bartender Spotlight: Rosey Rosenkranz

Jameson takes us behind the scenes to present 12 of Brooklyn's finest bartenders - the heroes who make it all...

No Sophomore Slump Here: Words and Images From The...

For the second year in a row, Founders Entertainment gave all of New York City an excuse to trek...

Mingle All The Way at Brooklyn Botanic Garden

Patina Events invites you and your colleagues to celebrate the holiday season at Brooklyn Botanic Garden. Our unique event...

Broad City Has Earned Its Origin Episode

Origin episodes are tough. They’re not only tasked with subverting cliches, but they fight for importance, fight to matter:...

In First Year, Ithaca’s Cayuga Sound Festival Eyes Lasting...

The landscape of the world of music festivals is always volatile, especially in recent years. In a time where...

Local Voices Speak Out on Poverty in Brooklyn Community...

On September 12, Brooklyn Community Services launched its ONE Brooklyn Community MTA Campaign “Many Voices, Many Stories,” a public...

Jay Z Is The Star Of A Stacked Lineup...

It wouldn’t exactly be going out on a limb to make the claim that The Meadows—in only its second...

Does Cyncism Lack Truth? Arcade Fire Answer At Madison...

Entering the arena at Madison Square Garden last night, the members of Arcade Fire, led by band leaders and...

Fermenting for the Future

Pickling and fermenting. For all the Brooklyn stereotypes, in the right setting, these can still be rather impressive ways of...

Weekly Culture Round-Up: 9/13 – 9/19

Pina Returns to Brooklyn — Modern dance luminary Pina Bausch and her stalwart company of exceptional dancers, Tanztheater Wuppertal,...

Gorillaz To Host Williamsburg Pop-Up Store This Week

Looking to bring a virtual experience into the real world? That's always the case with Gorillaz, and this week...

Innovation: Talking Productivity with Administrate CEO John Peebles

We live in an age when tools designed for collaboration and efficiency are rolled out monthly. The promises of...

Chefs Serve Up Surprising Combos At An All-Star (Not...

Maybe we Americans have the wrong idea about barbecues, and September, not July, is the ideal time for outdoor...

“Just So Real”: Lawrence Gilliard Jr. On The Deuce...

Just about every part of The Deuce, HBO’s new flagship drama that premiered this weekend, has the feel of an...

At Taste Talks Brooklyn, Dan Barber Forecasts A Future...

When Dana Cowin sat down with Dan Barber for a "Fireside Chat" at Taste Talks Brooklyn—a sister festival to...

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