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Picture this: you’re standing at the corner of Lorimer & something in 20-degree January weather. It’s Friday night and you’re trying to get to a bar before all the happy hours end. Your friends are getting cranky, so you give in and head to the nearest generic, overpriced Williamsburg gastropub. Another night out, another wasted opportunity to try the best Brooklyn has to offer. Enter Postcard. The new app, launching at the end of January, is...
Welcome to another installment of our monthly feature in which a rotating cast of film critics hold forth on the highs and lows of month of moviegoing. 5. Little Men For all the films that are basically about men who are friends—the vast majority of them—few of them seem to have a resemblance to actual male friendship. From the first time preteens Jake and Tony meet, Ira Sachs's Little Men captures that reality with an impressive...
Happy Hour Directed by Ryusuke Hamaguchi August 24-30 at MoMA It would be a disservice to readers not to mention it at all, so let’s get it out of the way: Happy Hour is five hours and 17 minutes long. Moreover, it is not an episodic experience like the silent serials or so many lengthy European projects that, through planning or incident, premiered on television. Happy Hour is simply a long film that feels no need to...
Washing briny oysters down with a glass of Champagne is one of the world’s simplest delights—especially when you’re on a budget. Lucky for Brooklynites, our borough is saturated with spots offering some of the best bivalve specials around. Whether you like ‘em with a cold craft beer, topped with mignonette or garnished with a squeeze of lemon, there’s an oyster happy hour to satisfy your palate as well as your humble bank account. Bearded Lady Bearded...

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