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I think I’ve seen about 50 movies based on the premise that exciting, life-changing things happen when people are stuck in New York City alone with no plans over the  Read more

Pardon my presumption, but assuming you aren’t working on Friday, I’m willing to bet that a lot of you will spend a good part of the day eating leftovers and  Read more

One major perk of living in a place like Brooklyn is that it is so easy to stay far from the madding Black Friday crowd (literally) and instead do your  Read more

® Sony Classics I know Kate christened the Friday after Thanksgiving the laziest day of the year, but because I’m me I’d love to extend that through the weekend. Indulge  Read more

A Monday is as good a day as any to get back in the ring when it comes to political activism, especially if you’re fueled by the various family discussions  Read more

“Is it a place that shapes us, or is it our own vision” asks The Faction Collective’s This Is Home, an electrifying-looking documentary about the plight of free skiers. The  Read more

I don’t know about you, but I’ve found that my attention span increases exponentially as the weather gets colder. Over the past few weeks, I’ve suddenly found it easier to  Read more

I’ve always had a strict no television policy during Thanksgiving. It’s fine if a houseguest wants to watch the parade in the morning, but once the first bottle of bubbly  Read more

Thanksgiving is my favorite holiday, and yet, I have a certain amount of cynicism toward the food media bonanza it inspires every year. You know what you like, you know  Read more

Happy Thanksgiving! We’ve got a few playlists for your turkey, or tofurkey day. All three of them pair perfectly with mashed potatoes, stuffing and pie. David Chiu’s Thanksgiving Fun This  Read more

The 2017 Brooklyn Podcast Festival continues through Sunday, and one of the most popular live recordings on the slate has added a second Friday night show after the first one  Read more

Fans of local history and booze can scratch both itches this Saturday at the Brooklyn Navy Yard, where BLDG 92 and Kings County Distillery are teaming up for a Whiskey  Read more

Illustration by Loveis Wise Illustration & Designs For the second year in a row, New Women Space, a progressive co-working and event space that we profiled here, is partnering  Read more

Photo courtesy of Snug Harbor The Judson Memorial Church, a spiritual mainstay of Greenwich Village, has cemented itself as a sort of patron of the arts within the community.  Read more

We love dark comedy, but this Tuesday at Union Hall promises to get a little more existential than your typical stand-up show. Dark Spots will feature comedians like Dina Hashem  Read more

If you are sticking around town on Thanksgiving Eve, make a night of it and head over to Threes Brewing for Dance-giving, an awesome dance party that will bring you  Read more

If you’re far away from friends and family on Thursday but want a traditional turkey dinner and some company, the Alamo Drafthouse is screening Martin Scorsese’s The Last Waltz, the  Read more

Learn about programs, schools and classes throughout Brooklyn for your preschooler at A Child Grows’ 2s and 3s Festival. Featuring a performance by Lucy Kalantari, more live music, raffles, and  Read more

Thanksgiving is about many things: family, friendship and coming together to give thanks and be grateful for what you have. But it’s also about preparing and eating food; thoughtfully planning  Read more

When Sebastiano Faraone retired from his job at U.S. Customs seven months ago, he had no plans to start a restaurant. Then a space opened up in his building. “There  Read more

For years The Bell House has been the Brooklyn venue where the “live studio audience” gathers for live tapings of the nation’s most popular podcasts like 2 Dope Queens and  Read more

I hosted a Marathon Brunch on Sunday and when I was trying to decide what to cook for a crowd I turned, as I have at times like this for  Read more

One of my favorite things about late fall and the beginnings of the holiday season in Brooklyn is the abundance of pop-up markets selling crafty, indie items that make for  Read more

Photo by Phillip Kalantzis Cope Sure, you’ve probably had the time of your life at Tompkins Square Park during the Halloween Dog Parade, or enjoyed a handful of delightfully drunken  Read more

Saoirse Ronan and Beanie Feldstein in Lady Bird. ®A24 Really. Don’t. Don’t sit out on Greta Gerwig’s unabashedly perfect solo writing and directing debut, a brilliantly observant coming-of-age story starring  Read more

All photos by Regina Mogilevskaya Whenever conceptual Japanese artist Yayoi Kusama presents in New York, it tends to feel like the city does not stop buzzing for the duration of  Read more

On some level, I know that never bothering to figure out how to rollover a 401K from three jobs ago or summarily tuning out anyone who ever starts talking about  Read more

This year marks the 50th anniversary of the release of The Velvet Underground & Nico, an album that helped define the downtown NYC artistic milieu of the ‘60s and has  Read more

  UPDATE: Nov. 8, 2017 10:13am Democrats won in 13 of the 14 races Sister District helped fundraise and get out the vote for, including Danica Roem, who is now  Read more

Welcome to November! You may not realize it with this mild weather, but the holidays are already upon us. This month try to get a jumpstart on some holiday traditions  Read more

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