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On Tuesday, Brooklyn said goodbye to OG DIY art space and music venue Secret Project Robot—for now. The final show of the weeklong “Doomsday Celebration: One Long Goodbye Until We Meet Again” featured Blob Dylan, King Pussy Face, and Call of the Wild, plus about 100 longtime friends and supporters there to see the space one last time before its doors closed forever. “But I don’t want this to be the same story all the...
When we decided to talk with a bunch of prominent Brooklyn cultural figures for the latest issue of Brooklyn magazine, we realized that it would be sort of silly to look toward the future of Brooklyn culture without considering its past. And what a past it was. Lots of stuff happened! People were born; people died. Books were written; literary magazines were founded. Bands were formed; TV shows were filmed. And through it all, one...
Austin McAllister The Silent Barn is a new arrival in Brooklyn. Originally located in Queens, but with an abrupt move across the Ridgewood/Bushwick border late last year, the Silent Barn is a community of artists and musicians who work and live and perform in an interactive venue and residence they describe in their manifesto as being a “multi-functional, all-ages incubation space... a petri dish in which to cultivate culture, art, performance, community, residence, curation, and...
We’ve been drinking absinthe for a while now (hello, homemade green fairy of Rubulad!), so though we were happy about the appearance of Maison Premiere on Bedford Avenue—and its hedonistic one-two absinthe/oyster punch—we didn’t freak out quite as much as some of our foodie friends… Until we saw the ONLY ABSINTHE FOUNTAIN IN NEW YORK CITY. This elegant pale-jade thing of beauty is a proximate replica of the one found at classic New...

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