On Saturday, July 27th, the Bushwick Block Party sectioned off part of Moore Street to host Action Bronson, beer, skateboarding, art, more music, more beer, and lots of fun. It was a blast. Why weren't you there? Oh, you were? Sorry, we must have missed you.
On July 27th, Alphabet City Beer loaded up a sailboat with beer lovers and sailed around Manhattan. Sun, beer, and friends; what more could you ask for? Beer? Yeah, there was a lot of that too.
ALL PHOTOS BY BRADLEY HAWKS
Last week, we spoke with Danny Mena about Sembrado, the Mexico City-style taqueria he just opened in the East Village, where he's serving a variety of grilled meat tacos plus tacos al pastor, carving pork from a slowly rotating spit. The bar specializes in mezcal, available in both cocktails...
From July 19th-July 21st, Sailor Jerry's annual Cobrafest provided a wild alternative to all the other, tamer music festivals going on in Chicago. Our Nate "Igor" Smith was there, and he made a lot of friends.
ALL PHOTOS BY NATE "IGOR" SMITH
Woody Allen's latest movie, a role written specifically for Aubrey Plaza, an HBO documentary that's showing here first, the disappointing sci-fi return of Christian Slater, a look back at the insular friends of Friends and more in this week's Village Voice film section.
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Street Soccer USA, an organization dedicated to developing life skills and positive outlooks for homeless people through soccer, hosted the 2013 National Cup in Times Square on Monday, July 22. The tournament was made up of teams from all over the country comprised of homeless people dedicated...
Photographer Bradley Hawks brings back these images from SmorgasBar on Saturday, July 20, 2013 at the South Street Seaport. A dozen food and drink vendors--curated by the Brooklyn Flea--set up on Front Street every day through October. From boozy slushes and craft beer, to wood-fired kimchi...
A&E hosted a party for its Bates Motel show at San Diego Comic Con on July 20, 2013. The party was produced by MKG. Photos by Laura June Kirsch for The Village Voice.
- Vera Farmiga On Faith, Madonna, and Mo'Nique
They say that after a nuclear holocaust, there will be two things left: cockroaches and Cher. It's time to add a third likely survivor: Alice Cooper. Keep reading.
Photos by Greg Cristman for The Village Voice.
- Last Night: Alice Cooper - Beacon Theatre - 7/18/13
From July 11-July 13, Camp Bisco took over the great outdoors near Albany at Indian Lookout Country Club. It was insane, but don't take our word for it--check out these shots.
ALL PHOTOS BY NICKYDIGITAL.COM
Indie-pop/rock band Generationals performed a free concert in Hudson River Park on Thursday, July 11. The duo from New Orleans consisting of Ted Joyner and Grant Widmer entertained in America one more time before their European tour kicks off and their performance, laced with synthesizers,...
More than twenty film stories are in this week's Village Voice, including a few interviews, essays and a slew of reviews for movies that open this Friday, July 19, 2013.
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