A tiny Tiki Bar is opening in a Greenpoint backyard each weekend of the summer. The bar specializes in a bunch of tropical drinks such as Tequila, Sherry, and a grapefruit beverage that start at $12. The bar also serves small plates ranging from $3-$7. Yaki Tiki is located at 171 Banker St. between Norman […]
American Idol is going to be holding open call auditions for the third season of the show in Greenpoint, Brooklyn this month. Auditions will start July 23 at the Brooklyn Expo Center. If you are interested, you are able to sign up for an audition online at abc.go.com/shows.american-idol/auditions. Click here for more information.
Trip Savvy puts together a list of 15 “hipster” things to do while in Greenpoint, Brooklyn. This list offers everything from being in a scenic waterfront park, shopping, or enjoying a nice meal at a restaurant. Click here for more information.
On June 8-9, over 300 local artists will open their studios to the public to showcase their work. Visitors are able to meet all the different artists, view their artwork, and participate in workshops and events. The weekend events will kick off on June 7th with a Launch party at Brooklyn Bazaar, located at 150 […]
The 22nd annual Brooklyn Film Festival began on May 31st and will continue on for 10 days, celebrating 133 different films from over 30 different countries. This years festival has the largest amount of female directors present, 46% of films are directed by women. Tickets begin at $15 and are available for purchase online. Click […]
Go Green Brooklyn Festival is returning to McCarren Park. The festival is held on June 1 from 12:00 pm – 5:00 pm and celebrates sustainability, health, and the environment of North Brooklyn. There will be live music performances, fitness classes, food, and art displays. Click here for more information.
Greenpoint’s 5th annual Brooklyn Antiquarian book fair kicks off Brooklyn book week, which is a weeklong celebration of old and new books. This event takes place at Brooklyn’s expo. Center on September 8th and 9th. This is the largest book fair with over 100 exhibitors. Tickets are $30 and can be purchased online at brooklynbookfair.com. […]
Greenpoint’s 61 Franklin and Java Street Gardens have been teaming up to present a mini-festival of sustainability films. The Devil We Know will be screening on August 23 at 8:30 PM. Screenings are free but make sure to bring something to sit on and any snacks or drinks. Click here for more information.
Lemon, No Lemon is a multi-genre music show and party. This is Saturday, August 17th at the Brooklyn Bazaar Cellar Disco Room. The lineup consists of HoneyChrome, Darkal, DJ Tek, G. La Forge, and Googie Semple. Click here for more information.