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My feet hurt a little bit and there’s a distinct chance that a good old fashioned case of tinnitus is going to kick in at a moment’s notice, but for having just lived through a full week of live music, I’ve got to admit that my mood is almost astonishingly chipper. This little experiment—seven straight nights (back-to-back-to-back-to-back-to-back-to-back-to-back nights, for those following at home) of high-profile live music across three New York City boroughs—didn’t exactly...
Bushwig, now in its fourth year, first came to Bushwick in 2012 as the brainchild of longtime queen Matty “Horrorchata” Mendoza and Babes Trust. Exploding with popularity, Bushwig is moving from its original home of Secret Project Robot to the Oderdonk House (just off the Jefferson L train stop), starting this weekend.
"Sour beers will never become the pale ales of craft brewing," opined Vinny Cilurzo, owner of Russian River Brewing Company, in 2010. His quote is from a New York Times article titled, "Sour Beer Is Risky Business, Starting With the Name." Russian River, based in Santa Rosa, California, is among the elite of United States' swelling sour-beer vanguard. Its members, influenced by the centuries-old techniques of Belgium's Cantillon and other Traditionalists of Tart, are...
The generations before us relied on advice columns and the Ann Landers of the world to share in the questions, hopes, dreams and fears of the human experience. This generation Y of Brooklynites relies on podcasts. Bring in the smooth-talking journalist-turned-podcast producer Anna Sale to talk about "Death, Sex, & Money"--the title of her WNYC-produced podcast--and you've got honest conversations about deep, personal issues on the airwaves. The fact that Sale has a "public...

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