On October 6th, the Village Voice turned Skylight One Hanson in Fort Greene into our own beer playground for the second annual Brooklyn Pour event. 3,000 beer-lovers tasted over 100 craft brews from New York and beyond. Yeah, it was as good as it sounds.
ALL PHOTOS BY VICTOR CASTRO
On Sept. 30, The Thrilling Adventure Hour took the stage at the Bell House. The audience was treated to standup comedy in the form of old time radio starring John Hodgman, Paul F. Tompkins, and many more.
PHOTOGRAPHER - TRAVIS RIX
On September 29th, Bushwig, a festival and celebration of drag, took to the streets of Brooklyn. This inaugural event may be in its infancy, but you couldn't tell from the pro-level fabulousness on display.
ALL PHOTOS BY MARO HAGOPIAN
On September 28th, Jay-Z performed the first ever show at the new Barclays Center in Brooklyn. It was a cause for celebration, marking a new era for the neighborhood itself.
All Photos by Robert Adam Mayer
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Hurricane Sandy devastated New York, New Jersey, and the rest of the Northeast and Mid-Atlantic and left millions without power. These photos, taken by Sam Horine, demonstrate the horrific power of the storm.
ALL PHOTOS BY SAM HORINE
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On Friday, September 28th, Talib Kweli and Young Guru celebrated the opening night of Free Candy in Brooklyn after Jay-Z christened the Barclays Center with a sold-out show.
Photos by Robert Adam Mayer
See More: Hello Brooklyn: Jay-Z's First Night at the Barclays Center
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On Friday, September 28th, Twin Shadow played the Music Hall of Williamsburg. His throwback style was much appreciated by the Brooklyn crowd--which consisted of a few throwbacks itself.
ALL PHOTOS BY LAURA JUNE KIRSCH
Read More: Twin Shadow - Webster Hall - 9/27/2012
Why are so many former child starts raging conservatives? It's got to be that either they came from that sort of background--people who want to deprive certain segments of rights are often the kind of folk who push their kids into show biz.
Read Michael Musto's column on child star conservatives.
On September 25th, St. Vincent & David Byrne took the stage at the Beacon Theatre. If you like either of these artists (and you really should), then take some time to enjoy these photos.
Photographer - Travis Rix
Tejal Rao writes:
The food here comforts. Often, it's what you'd consider making for an impromptu dinner party: half a golden rotisserie chicken ($20) served with a bowl of yogurt, some spicy watercress, and toast. There is no wrong way to go taking this apart, but the best might be with a...