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Brooklynites will be treated to another option for athletic clothing shopping this week, as Lululemon will be opening the doors on a Williamsburg this Friday, July 21st. Located on North 6th Street, the store is over 2,000 square feet, and the space's aesthetic was largely inspired by the neighborhood's local architecture, art, and entrepreneurship. Inside, the decor will match much of the surrounding area—restored brick walls, peg board details, and more. There will also be...
For being only 24 years old, Alex Giannascoli has already accumulated quite a few names. Originally working his way into the Philadelphia indie rock scene simply as Alex G, he rode a wave of his own raw, transparent, acoustic guitar-based lo-fi rock to become a Bandcamp and small-label star. After releasing five of these smaller full-lengths (the last of which, DSU, received extensive outstanding press), and seven single/EP releases, he made the jump over to...
Tacos and tequila are a fail-safe summertime combo, making June an auspicious debut for Williamsburg’s Casa Publica. An Art Deco-esque beacon of arched windows, mosaic murals, clay tile and natural sunlight on a park-neighboring corner of Union (representing a distinct design departure from Over the Eights’ dim and divey interpretation of the space), it seeks to emulate modern-day Mexico City with market-conscious riffs on established dishes. Armed with a trompo, chef Bob Truitt will eventually churn...
With a pair of vocalists and a guitar-based sound, the skeleton of Palm, who just put out their Shadow Expert doesn't sound totally unique. In the music landscape of 2017, there are a lot of bands structured this way, starting at the top with the xx, moving down to things like Phantogram, San Fermin, and way more. But the fun thing to figure out for yourself—and what their newly-released 17-minute-long Shadow Expert makes abundantly clear—is that Palm is absolutely nothing like...

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