* North Brooklyn Meeting & Action Prep @ Kingsland Wildflowers (520 Kingsland Ave) 6pm, FREE, help prepare for an upcoming local action, More Info * Brooklyn for Bernie Debate Watch Party @ The Well (272 Meserole St), 8pm, FREE, watch the fifth 2020 Democratic Primary Debate, More Info ♫ E-Town Concrete @ Brooklyn Bazaar (150 Greenpoint Ave) 8pm, $25, with Lion of Judah, Hangman, Combust, Buy Tix ♫ Debate Watch Party @ Magazine Bar (130 Franklin St), 8pm, $10+, watch the debate in Greenpoint with the Democratic Socialists of America, More Info
*♫ MUNCHIES Guide to Dinner @Archestratus (160 Huron St.), 7pm, $10 -$33, a mingle and conversation with MUNCHIES culinary director plus a Q + A, and snacks, Buy Tix ☺ 35s & 45s Exhibition #9 @ Ponyboy (632 Manhattan Ave), 8pm, $12.50, some amazing talent from behind the camera & undeniable skill on the turntables, More Info ♫ Emerald Quintet @ Brooklyn Bowl (61 Wythe Ave), 8pm, $20, feat. Stanton Moore, Scott Metzger, Robert Walter, Andy Hess & Skerik, Buy Tix ♫ A is for Apple: Ciderfest @ Brouwerij Lane (78 Greenpoint Ave), 6pm, FREE, ciders from some of the most prominent cideries from NY and the world, meet cider makers and try a sample, More Info
Who said that people in NYC only wear black and grey, especially when it’s cold enough to bundle up like a potato sack? For Fashion Sundae Episode 17, Watching New York shows that there are plenty of ways to offset the potato sack effect, even if it’s by layering up a Canadian Tuxedo (see photo 5).
Take a look at the styles spotted last week on Bedford Avenue:
A car with an Elizabeth Warren bumper sticker, an alcohol ad featuring Donald Trump, and the giant wall mural at Transmitter Park were all targets this week in a rash of political and hate-filled graffiti in Greenpoint. Continue reading →
* CB1 Housing & Public Housing Committee Meeting @ CB1 District Office (435 Graham Ave) 630pm, FREE, monthly public housing committee meeting; NYCH/new INA regulation to be discussed, More Info * Skee Ball Invitational @ 18th Ward Brewing (300 Richardson St), 8pm, FREE, put your skills to the test and become Lord Of the Ward!, More Info ♫ Sinead Harnett, ILHAM@ Warsaw (261 Driggs Ave) 8pm, $26, Buy Tix ♫ Ambient Sets @ Muchmore’s (2 Havemeyer St), 9pm, FREE, Sueño con belugas/Federico Balducci/Panophonic/Meviu§/Sin Tribu, More Info
*♫ From Chopin to Gershwin @ St. John’s Lutheran Church (155 Milton St.), 7pm, $15 -$25, World acclaimed pianist Paul Bisaccia will perform a piano concert, From Chopin to Gershwin: For Our Freedom and Yours, Za Wolnosc Nasza i Wasza, More Info ☺ BYOB Comedy Show @ WORD (126 Franklin St.), 1030am, $12.50, (Bring Your Own Baby) plenty of soft toys, baby mats and stroller parking. Babies of all ages welcome, Buy Tix ♫ The Revolution @ National Sawdust (80 N 6 St), 8pm, $15, Vol. 44: RINI, Wayne Tucker, & Jill Peacock, Buy Tix ♫ Daniel Silva Afro-Brazilian Jazz @ FourFiveSix (199 Richardson St.), 8pm, FREE, More Info
A Chopin and Gershwin concert with pianist Paul Bisaccia happening this Thursday in Greenpoint was originally scheduled at Carnegie Hall, but the event was canceled following controversy over the main sponsor’s anti-gay background.
The monthly combined public hearing and Brooklyn Community Board 1 meeting is tonight (11/12) at the Swinging 60’s Senior Center (211 Ainslie St.) starting at 6 p.m.
According to the agenda available here (which was finally posted earlier today), there will be a presentation on the FLIX bus for “plans on establishing a pickup and drop off point for their intercity bus service in the Williamsburg area.” Continue reading →
Mexican restaurant Vamos Al Tequila (162 Franklin St.) was closed last week by the NYC Dept. of Health following a Nov. 6th inspection, according to the agency’s website.
The restaurant received a failing grade of 46 (an ‘A’ is 0-13 points), with “critical violations” for alleged evidence of roaches, improper food storage, and not having a vermin-proof facility.
City restaurant health inspection results can be challenged and the cited problems can potentially be fixed for the restaurant to reopen.
A popular place for locals to munch on standard Mexican fare and to enjoy outdoor seating in the warmer months, Vamos Al Tequila is a staple for affordable food options in the northern end of Greenpoint.
“I’ve had at least 300 bowls of soup alone in there in the last 10 years and never have had a problem,” a dedicated Vamos fan responded to the news on a Greenpointers Instagram post, “here’s to hoping they can sort out whatever the violation was and reopen soon – I was about to head there for some chicken soup!”