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I’d Watch That: Obvious Child

I’d Watch That: Obvious Child

I was sad when Jenny Slate got the boot from SNL – presumably for dropping the f-bomb. She provided me with many lulz, especially as Tina Tina Charneuse: So…I was v. excited to hear that she was starring in the new film Obvious Child – which looks to be quite awesome (and has great reviews).(…)

One Weekend, Six Cocktails

One Weekend, Six Cocktails

This past weekend, I found myself drinking several delicious cocktails at several excellent establishments. They were so delicious, in fact, that I thought I should share them all with you so you could enjoy them yourselves when you’re in the mood for a tasty, refreshing, alcoholic treat. 1. Some kind of whiskey punch at The(…)

TV Carnage, OJ Simpson, Vintage Fitness Gear…Wow

TV Carnage, OJ Simpson, Vintage Fitness Gear…Wow

As an only child / latchkey kid, I became a pro at making my own fun. Sad-larious example: I once recorded the entire musical Annie on a tape recorder, the parts of everyone played by yours truly. Luckily, that was a one-time thing. Something I did more on the reg was mixing random TV and(…)

Power List: 3 Delicious Rum Cocktails to Try in Williamsburg Now!

Power List: 3 Delicious Rum Cocktails to Try in Williamsburg Now!

I have declared this summer my personal Summer of Rum. Rich, refreshing and tasty all at the same time, it’s the ideal antidote for NYC’s heat wave season. The drink that inspired this declaration? Nitehawk Cinema‘s Hullabaloo Daiquiri made with Banks 5 Island Rum, fresh lime and simple syrup. So simple, yet SO DELICIOUS! I(…)

The Steve Rodgers Conundrum

The Steve Rodgers Conundrum

Welcome to the Dollhouse is one of my all-time favorite movies. It came out during my senior year of high school and I drove 40 minutes each way to see it multiple times at the alt theater where it was showing. I owned the VHS tape, but never upgraded to DVD, so I hadn’t seen(…)

Computer Love: Our Favorite Links of the Week, Halloween Edition!

Tricks: A corgi dressed as the M23 bus won the Tompkins Square Park Halloween Dog Parade contest. Click for some AMAZING pics! La creme de la creme of carved pumpkins were on display at Crest Hardware’s annual carving contest! HALLOWEEN OR WILLIAMSBURG?! Treats: The Mary Jane Girls’ “Candy Man” video is seriously one of our(…)

Computer Love: Our Favorite Links of the Week

PAST: Portable’s gif guide to the HBIC makes us v. happy. Fela Soul blends the genius of De La Soul with the genius of Fela Kuti. Genius! Hear N.W.A.’s Straight Outta Compton with all of the non-curse words removed. Totes NSFW. Ed Westwick at the US Open = <3. PRESENT: Wish we could have witnessed(…)

Dying to See Drive

“Oh hi, Mr. Gosling. What’s that? You’re sexily brooding in a car? Oh, that’s a still from a movie that you’re starring in called Drive in which you play an alt action hero of sorts?” A. I’m seeing this movie based on that alone. B. It stars other perfect specimens of humankind, Christina Hendricks and(…)

Computer Love: Our Favorite Links of the Week

Do Nitehawk Cinema has got it going ON this week with 2 amazing films that we really want to see: Michael Rappaport’s A Tribe Called Quest documentary Beats, Rhymes & Life and Errol Morris’s Tabloid. Uniqlo’s pop-up roller rink at the Lot at the High Line. See some fun pics here! Super excited for The(…)

Computer Love: Our Favorite Links of the Week

Art and Design The Royal Shakespeare Company performs five shows over the course of an unprecedented six-week residency in a specially constructed stage at the Park Avenue Armory. Chinese dissident artist Ai Wei Wei is released after three months in detention, but still faces significant restrictions on his travel and activities. A century of sparkly(…)