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    New York City’s history of the “alternative” is not limited to the musicians, poets, and artists plaque’d and remembered all over downtown. Dark secrets lurk without reference in some of New York City’s best-known landmark...

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    Carrie Bradshaw is not the only New Yorker who loves cocktails—her classic cosmopolitans represent only a small taste of the drinks mixologists pour nowadays. Now in its second year, the Manhattan Cocktail Classic is back to prove that cockta...

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    Some food competitions showcase itsy-bitsy designer plates of garnished foie gras and sorbet, but not this one. Keeping it simple, the second annual Guactacular, presented by, is a guac'd-out event where 20 avocado fiends battle to pr...

  • 5 years ago

    If you get more excited over fixed gears than rims and would rather hear the words “low fuel-emission” than a loud muffler, the New Amsterdam Bicycle Show will dazzle you like the the New York International Auto Show did the hot-rod love...

  • 5 years ago

    Jim VanBlaricum and Jim Crocamo know how to find the good (or funny) in a bad situation. Brooklyn comedians and hosts of the Crappy Cinema Council, they have been making bad movies funny since 2010 on the last Sunday of every month at Coco 66. In ...

  • 5 years ago

    Brooklyn hearts are hurting for the people of Japan. To help repair the devastation caused by the Japanese tsunami, the Bell House is teaming up with other Brooklyn businesses for BKLYN Hearts Japan, a night of music and comedy with all proceeds g...


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