In preparation for Summer, PS1 has announced the full lineup for the 2014 Warm Up series, which will take place around the new outdoor installation, Hy-Fi, “a staggering and magnificent waste, energy, and carbon-emmissions-free circular tower of bricks made out of cornstalks and living root structures.” Since that description makes no sense at all, I guess you’ll have to go see it for yourself.
This is terrifying. A Greenpoint resident was locked in the McCarren Park Bathroom by an evil park worker…
Oh and hey, do you need a butt facial? You can get one in Williamsburg. Just ask for the “Shiney Hiney.”
Mayor De Blasio made a crucial move in his political career last weekend when he made it legal to own ferrets in NYC. I’ve been waiting my whole life for this moment.
We’ve known this for a while thanks to GIRLS, but according to the NY Times, half of the 29 television series produced in the city last season were based in Brooklyn, compared with one 1 out of 7 in the 2002-2003 season. Here’s one to look out for: ABC’s new show, “Black Box,” about a bipolar neurologist (I’m 100% not lying about that premise) was shot throughout Bushwick and Williamsburg.
Speaking of Williamsburg, if you have a few thousand to shell out on rent, you can live in this re-vamped church and pretend your bathroom came from the set of Game of Thrones.
The Brooklyn Film Festival starts tonight and Bedford + Bowery has some recommendations on what to see. And if you’re craving more culture, Hyperallergic has assembled a lengthy list of things to see at Bushwick Open Studios.
Actually, cancel all your plans because Peter Pan’s now serves donut ice cream sandwiches.