April 27th — festivities begin at 12pm.
The Vintage Crawl are teaming up with their friends at Neon Gold Records to present the official after party & show at Brooklyn Bowl, featuring: Javelin, Jamaican Queens & Tiny Victories. Doors open at 6pm, show at 8pm. Tickets available here.
NEW 2013 Addition: Shoppers are encouraged to pre-purchase their Vintage Crawl after party ticket and bring it with them on the crawl to unlock the next level of deals at participating businesses.
The Vintage Crawl map is accessible to mobile smartphone users before and during the Crawl at www.vintagecrawl.com.
Kathryn Irby, a former fashion editor at Lucky Magazine and vintage consultant teamed up with event producer and emmieshouse productions president, Emily Lichtenberg, to explore new ways of shopping your neighborhood. The addition of the concert at Brooklyn bowl feeds into this neighborly notion–Lichtenberg claims, “It was an obvious decision to continue the debauchery of our shopping crawl into the night. Let’s be honest, top hobbies in our neighborhood have always been: shopping, drinking, and shows!” Business partner, Kathryn Irby, echoed this sentiment and added, “Neon Gold and Brooklyn Bowl are the party masters so we’re very excited to team up and take on the night!” Read the rest of this entry »
Max Fish, a staple of Ludlow Street in the LES for over two decades appears to be finally making a move. With threats of closure hanging over the bar for the past few years, owner Ulf Rimkus has filed for a liquor license at 132 Metropolitan Ave right next to Nitehawk Cinema. She promises: ‘We’ll Take the Spirit and Everything Else With Us.’ via BoweryBoogie
Photo via Google Satellite
“It’s in the heart of Williamsburg with an amazing skyline view, and we have a feeling that we’re all going to [be] spending lots of time there this summer,” reads the ReSolute announcement. Plans for a penthouse and roof deck were included in the original Department of Buildings application
The Reddit comments are great:
Doc–Hopper: That’s so hip.
laughingsutra: Saw some hipster girl walking through Bushwick last night with a hunting bow and arrows over her shoulder.
OiScout: I occasionally see this couple, they’ve gotta be 40+, on the L eating breakfast. Fucking cup of noodles and they crush up whatever potato chips they have and put it in there. Sometimes they dunk it.
From their Facebook page:
We are more than excited to announce that we will be performing “Son of an American” on the Late Show with David Letterman this Friday night. Better yet, Jon Hamm will be guesting on the show. Check your local listings!
Ferris Bueller’s Day Off
High School truant extraordinaire, Ferris Bueller (Matthew Broderick) plots to take one last grand day off before graduation, touring the streets on Chicago in a Ferrari “borrowed” from a friend’s father’s while staying one step ahead of principal Rooney (Jeffrey Jones). A master of capturing the trials and triumphs of teenage freedom, Director John Hughes blends satire, social commentary, and pure fun. [PG-13]
Enter the Dragon
Under the guise of an international martial arts competition, Bruce Lee and partners John Saxon and Jim Kelly infiltrate the hidden island fortress of a powerful drug syndicate off the coast of Hong Kong. Perhaps the seminal Kung Fu film of the 1970’s, Lee’s final film features the martial arts master at the height of his career with superbly staged fight scenes in a variety of styles. [R]