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$4.5M in NY state funds set for addiction treatment in NYC

ALBANY, N.Y. (AP) — New York state is making more than $4 million available to expand addiction treatment services in New York City neighborhoods. Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced Tuesday that up to $4.5 million will fund the operation of 100 residential treatment beds in the Bronx and up to 50 beds in Brooklyn. The Democrat […]
Tags: New York, News, New York City, Ap, Brooklyn, Bronx, Andrew Cuomo, Ny, Albany, Nation & World


Blake Schwarzenbach guesting at Going Off Track taping after Jawbreaker shows

Other guests at the Brooklyn podcast taping include Brian Baker (Dag Nasty, Bad Religion, Minor Threat) and Laura Stevenson. Continue reading… [Author: Andrew Sacher]
Tags: Music, Brooklyn, Music News, Steven Smith, Tour Dates, Andrew Sacher, Laura Stevenson, Fern Mayo, Brian Baker, Zula, Jawbreaker, Jonah Bayer, Blake Schwarzenbach, Benny Horowitz, Brad Worrell, Going Off Track


Boîte: Ax Throwing and Beer, a Fun New Combo in Brooklyn

At Kick Axe, a “sports” bar in Gowanus, patrons hurl axes at wood targets.
Tags: News, Brooklyn, Ny, Bars and Nightclubs, Gowanus (Brooklyn, Kick Axe


My nanny immigrant mother

My mother arrived in New York two weeks before she turned 22. It was 1988 and her first time on an airplane. Her uncle’s ex-wife and her two cousins greeted her at the airport; they drove her all the way across the country to where they lived in Washington State. My mother, like many Moroccans, migrated to the United States on her own under a tourist visa. Like so many other immigrants, she was searching for a better life. *** People often ask me, “Where are your parents from?” or “Where did y...
Tags: Travel, Florida, New York, Education, Obama, Washington, Immigration, Toronto, America, Brooklyn, United States, Immigrant, Nanny, All, Domestic Workers, Tamara Mose Brown


Justin Townes Earle announces solo tour

Justin Townes Earle, who released Kids in the Street last year, will be embarking on a solo tour this spring. Dates include a Brooklyn stop at Music Hall of Williamsburg... Continue reading… [Author: Bill Pearis]
Tags: Music, Brooklyn, Music News, Tour Dates, Bill Pearis, Justin Townes Earle, Music Hall of Williamsburg Continue


Sav Killz – “Brooklyn Summer” (Prod. By Camoflauge Monk)

Eastcoast veteran lyricist Sav Killz returns with with a new single premiere from “Bangers and B-Sides 2” hosted by DJ J-Ronin, produced by Camoflauge Monk who has produced for Westside Gunn, Conway, Mach Hommy, Tha God Fahim and more heavyweights in the industry.
Tags: Brooklyn, Jazz, Singles, Fahim, Sav Killz, Camoflauge Monk, DJ J Ronin, Westside Gunn Conway Mach


The Men – “Killed Someone”

Brooklyn's shape-shifting rock outfit the Men are gearing up to release their new album Drift next week. So far, the songs we've heard have suggested a diverse collection that offers a little bit from each corner of the Men's identity. Its foreboding opener "Maybe I'm Crazy" is all eerie post-punk, and the band followed … More »
Tags: Music, Brooklyn, The Men


The Best Coming-Of-Age Movies

Growing up is hard to do. Before "adulting" — that is, clumsily impersonating our role models and pretending we have our lives together — became a buzzword, we "came of age." The action is still the same: staying out too late and trying to "find ourselves," or building a new life in a strange city.The best thing about coming-of-age movies is that you can watch them and get a better understanding of yourself today. The awkwardness of getting older is more than acne and puberty, and more than the...
Tags: Facebook, Fashion, Music, Julianne Moore, California, Sacramento, America, Los Angeles, Turkey, David, Brooklyn, Ireland, Roger Ebert, Bud, New York Times, Paris


These images of a ridiculous bus line caused by NYC subway delays show just miserable the state of public transit has become

On Tuesday morning, mechanical and signal problems resulted in delays for over six MTA subway lines used by commuters in NYC. The delays began a little before 5:30 a.m. and continued throughout Tuesday morning. Twitter users posted photos and videos of a line wrapping around a block in Astoria, Queens for the M60 bus that resulted from delays to the N train. Delays have become an epidemic for the New York subway system, as just 65% of trains reach their destination within five minutes of th...
Tags: Amazon, New York, NYC, New York City, Trends, Brooklyn, New York Times, Mta, Manhattan, Bill De Blasio, Andrew Cuomo, Upper West Side, Astoria, Maddy, Astoria Queens, New York City Transit Authority


FCC Orders a Brooklyn Man To Turn Off His Bitcoin Miner Because It Was Interfering With T-Mobile's Wireless Network

A New York City resident was ordered to turn off his bitcoin miner after the Federal Communications Commission discovered that it was interfering with T-Mobile's wireless network. From a report: After receiving a complaint from T-Mobile about interference to its 700MHz LTE network in Brooklyn, New York, FCC agents in November 2017 determined that radio emissions in the 700MHz band were coming from the residence of a man named Victor Rosario. "When the interfering device was turned off the interf...
Tags: Fcc, New York City, Tech, Brooklyn, Federal Communications Commission, T Mobile, Rosario, Brooklyn New York, Victor Rosario


Rainer Maria made a playlist of music they dig ++ win tix to their NYC show!

The playlist includes fellow indie/emo vets The Van Pelt (who open Rainer Maria's Brooklyn show), as well as Limp Wrist, EMA, Flasher, Sade, Aye Nako, and more. Continue reading… [Author: Andrew Sacher]
Tags: Music, TV On The Radio, Brooklyn, Contests, Music News, Hundred Waters, Andrew Sacher, Aye Nako, EMA, Sade, Van Pelt, Julie Doiron, Rainer Maria, Flasher, Michael Snow, The Van Pelt


‘Angels in America’: Inside Broadway’s Big Bet, Led by Andrew Garfield With Renewed Relevance

Andrew Garfield sits in the break room of a Brooklyn rehearsal complex extolling the virtues of a quilt. “That quilt is maybe my favorite piece of art,” he says of the Names Project AIDS Memorial Quilt, the massive, still-growing piece of folk art that commemorates people who have died of AIDS-related causes. “It’s got everything […]
Tags: News, America, Features, Brooklyn, Broadway, Angels In America, Andrew Garfield, Tony Kushner


Housing roundup

“One year ago, Portland enacted inclusionary zoning. One year later, “apartment construction in Portland has fallen off a cliff.”” [@michael_hendrix citing Dirk VanderHart, Portland Mercury] Better policy is to focus on building supposedly unaffordable housing [Scott Sumner] Intractable problems of residential zoning and of public schooling in the U.S. have a great deal to do with each other [Salim Furth, American Affairs] New NBER study “suggests building energy codes hurt the poor, too” [V...
Tags: London, Law, NYC, Oregon, Uncategorized, Brooklyn, Portland, Schools, Manhattan, Land Use And Zoning, Bay Area, Marin County, David Henderson, Henry George, Dumbo, NBER


Watch: Dakota Fanning’s Directorial Debut Short ‘Hello Apartment’

Dakota Fanning has made her directorial debut with “Hello Apartment,” the latest title in the Prada-financed Miu Miu Women’s Tales short film series directed by women exploring the feminine universe. Set in a Brooklyn loft which becomes a repository of memories, Fanning’s debut was unveiled Monday at London’s Curzon Mayfair Cinemas as a side event […]
Tags: London, News, Brooklyn, Dakota Fanning, Eve Hewson, The Miu Miu Women's Tales, Curzon Mayfair Cinemas


Hatbox 3 Day Suit Bash: Huge Savings On Men’s And Boys’ Suits And Dress Shirts In Brooklyn!

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Tags: Deals, Brooklyn, Advertisement


Watch Jean Grae & John Hodgman Cover The Mountain Goats In Brooklyn

The stand-up comic John Hodgman and the underground rap veteran Jean Grae host a monthly variety show called Jean And John together at the Brooklyn venue the Bell House. It apparently has a game-show component and a live house band and everything. As Brooklyn Vegan reports, the most recent show, which went down … More »
Tags: Video, Music, Brooklyn, John, Jean Grae, Bell House, Brooklyn Vegan, John Hodgman, The Mountain Goats


The Arrest Was a Bust. The Officers Got Overtime Anyway.

A federal trial in Brooklyn is set to explore the issue of so-called collars for dollars. The implications could be far-reaching.
Tags: News, Police, Brooklyn, Kevin, Levine, Weinstein, Mollen Commission, Corruption (Institutional, Police Department (NYC, Suits and Litigation (Civil, Brooklyn (NYC, Harry G, Desormeau, Daniel Eurell, Edith Linn, Gabriel Harvis


Oh Sees, ADULT. & B Boys played in the snow at Empty Bottle's "Music Frozen Dancing"

Every winter, Chicago's Empty Bottle throws its "Music Frozen Dancing" outdoor festival and this year was a little more frozen than usual as it happened during a snowstorm on Saturday (2/17). Oh Sees, Detroit synthwave duo ADULT. and Brooklyn's B Boys didn't let the weather faze them, however, and neither did the crowd.... Continue reading… [Author: BrooklynVegan Staff]
Tags: Music, Chicago, Brooklyn, Adult, Detroit, Music News, B Boys, Photo Galleries, BrooklynVegan Staff, Oh Sees, Music Frozen Dancing


A Week In Columbus, OH, On A $52,700 Salary

Welcome toMoney Diaries , where we're tackling what might be the last taboo facing modern working women: money. We're asking millennials how they spend their hard-earned money during a seven-day period — and we're tracking every last dollar.Today: an environmental scientist who makes $52,700 per year. This week, she spends some of her money on hotels and a Snickers bar.Occupation: Environmental ScientistIndustry: EnvironmentAge: 31Location: Columbus, OHSalary: $52,700Paycheck (Biweekly): $1,383...
Tags: Amazon, Fashion, Music, Netflix, Brooklyn, Hawaii, Ohio, Victoria, Hulu, Columbus, Chase Sapphire, Arlington, HSA, Sapphire Reserve, Southern Connecticut


Superchunk celebrated 'What A Time to Be Alive' at Rough Trade (pics, setlist)

Superchunk celebrated the release of the terrific new album, What A Time to Be Alive, with an 7 PM in-store performance at Brooklyn's Rough Trade on Friday (2/16). Frontman Mac MaCaughan joked that they liked playing early 'cause they're old, but you'd never know it from the nonstop energy of their set. Continue reading… [Author: Amanda Hatfield]
Tags: Music, Brooklyn, Music News, Amanda Hatfield, Superchunk, Photo Galleries, Frontman Mac MaCaughan


Gowanus Inn in Brooklyn: A Hotel Inspired by 1950s Americana

The design of the Gowanus Inn & Yard, a new 76-room hotel in Gowanus, Brooklyn, near Park Slope, was inspired by a subdued 1950s painting of a middle-class American family by San Francisco artist Robert Bechtle. Savvy Studio, an architecture and branding studio based in NYC and Mexico, translated the painting’s muted colors and familiar feel into a design for the hotel that is “authentic, simple, and real,” says studio strategist Pierre-Olivier Carrier: “It is about blending functionality with d...
Tags: Books, New York, NYC, Mexico, New York City, Uncategorized, San Francisco, Brooklyn, Industrial, Park Slope, Greenport, Hotels & Lodging, Yves Klein, Design Travel, Hotels & Restaurants, Gowanus Brooklyn


A Warm, Minimalist Duplex in Brooklyn by Architect Elizabeth Roberts

When a young family, headed by an “amazingly creative couple,” according to their architect, bought half of a period townhouse in Brooklyn’s Prospect Heights, they saw the potential in their petite duplex, despite its decrepit state from years of neglect and a “careless, 1980s renovation.” They thought it might someday become a simple and elegant space, and had fallen hard for a mature, flowering dogwood tree in the backyard. When architect Elizabeth Roberts was brought on board, she tore down w...
Tags: Books, New York, New York City, Uncategorized, Brooklyn, Chevron, White, House Tour, Roberts, Elizabeth Roberts, Dustin Aksland, BRASILIA, Vola, Remodel & Renovation, Architecture & Interiors, Architect Visit


A Week In Brooklyn, NY, On A $75,000 Salary

Welcome toMoney Diaries , where we're tackling what might be the last taboo facing modern working women: money. We're asking millennials how they spend their hard-earned money during a seven-day period — and we're tracking every last dollar.Today: an artist's agent who makes $75,000 per year. This week, she spends some of her money on a Moleskine notebook.Occupation: Artist's AgentIndustry: Advertising & Fashion PhotographyAge: 30Location: Brooklyn, NYSalary: $75,000Paycheck (Bi-weekly): $1,84...
Tags: Amazon, Fashion, Music, UK, England, New York, Rome, Brooklyn, Cambodia, Starbucks, Everlane, East Village, Arlington, Epsom, OB GYN, Viceland


On the Smugglers’ Radar

“On The Smugglers’ Radar” is a feature for books that have caught our eye: books we have heard of via other bloggers, directly from publishers, and/or from our regular incursions into the Amazon jungle. Thus, the Smugglers’ Radar was born. Because we want far more books than we can possibly buy or review (what else is new?), we thought we would make the Smugglers’ Radar into a weekly feature – so YOU can tell us which books you have on your radar as well! On Ana’s Radar: Here! A new novella se...
Tags: Amazon, Books, New York, Texas, America, Iran, Brooklyn, United States, Middle East, Manhattan, Arctic Circle, Ana, Pirate, Ann Leckie, Sara, Dani


PHOTOS: The most titillating torsos from nightlife around the world so far this year

If there’s anything we love more than hanging with friends on the dance floor, it’s checking out the hot guys who are also on the dance floor.
Tags: Lifestyle, Brooklyn, Amsterdam, Miami, Nashville, Denver, Ad Friendly, Gaycities Link, New York City (NYC, Winter Party, DJ SexShooter


A 24-year old got a mysterious disease where her body attacked her brain — and scientists are learning it's more common than they thought

When she was 24 years old, Caroline Walsh started having disturbing symptoms, like forgetfulness and sudden behavior changes. Doctors incorrectly diagnosed her several times before she was properly diagnosed with autoimmune encephalitis, a disease in which the body attacks itself and targets the brain. New research suggests the disease may affect up to 90,000 people each year. There's a blank year in 26-year-old Caroline Walsh's once-spotless memory. She's pieced parts together from stories ...
Tags: New York, London, Boston, Trends, Brooklyn, Annals of Neurology, Boston Marathon, Detroit, Nih, Mayo Clinic, Henry Ford, Business Insider, Walsh, Zac Brown, Flanagan, Caroline


My new Nintendo Switch addiction is the $15 farming simulator that turned one guy into a millionaire

"Stardew Valley" is a farming simulation video game for the Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, PC, and Mac. I've been playing it on the Nintendo Switch and loving it: It's the perfect game to play in the console's portable mode. The game is charming and relaxing: While it's not action-packed, it's extremely rewarding to cultivate your farm and get to know the townspeople.  The game was developed by one guy, who's now a multimillionaire after its smash-hit success.   Look, I love "Sup...
Tags: Elon Musk, Trends, Brooklyn, Sony, Nintendo, Mario Kart, Vita, Stardew Valley, Nintendo Switch, Barone, Mario Odyssey, Jason Schreier, Eric ConcernedApe Barone


Comment on korean braised short ribs by Lauri in Brooklyn

7 hours on low is good in a slow cooker. Stephanie O Day has an awesome, borrowed Korean short rib recipe for slow cooker on A Year of Slow Cooking
Tags: Food, Brooklyn, Lauri


Would you like a daily reminder that death is round the corner?

A new app, We Croak, notifies you five times a day that you could die at any moment. It’s a memento mori on your mobile, but does it make you feel more alive?It’s Friday night and after a fraught week I am waiting for pizza. I ordered over an hour ago, but nothing seems to be happening. A notification buzzes on my phone and maddened with dough lust, I snatch it up. “Don’t forget, you’re going to die,” says the message. Suddenly I’m not so hungry any more.Welcome to WeCroak, the app that reminds ...
Tags: Apps, Technology, Life and style, Brooklyn, Death and dying, Hansa Bergwall, Ian Thomas WeCroak


Cal State Fullerton’s Big Three too much for Northridge in men’s basketball win

Cal State Fullerton guard Kyle Allman, right, drives towards the basket past Cal State Northridge guard Terrell Gomez during a Big West Conference game at Cal State Fullerton in Fullerton on Saturday, February 17, 2018. (Photo by Kyusung Gong/Contributing Photographer) Cal State Fullerton guard Austen Awosika, right, shoots under pressure as Cal State Northridge forward Tavrion Dawson defends him during a Big West Conference game at Cal State Fullerton in Fullerton on Saturday, February 17, 20...
Tags: Utah, New York, College, Sports, Sport, Soccer, Brooklyn, College sports, Jackson, West Coast, Taylor, Cal State Fullerton, Northridge, Brown, Jamal Smith, UC Santa Barbara