Hi Everybody! It’s Trivia time again. Please join me at Archestratus this Wednesday for December Trivia. Expect holiday categories (and cheer)! As always, food, drink, and the title of Trivia Champ will be up for grabs. If you’d like to start playing now, check out questions from previous games here. Hope to see you at Archestratus. Feel free to swing by solo, or with a team of up to four!
Hi there everybody! Thank you so much to all who came out to last month’s Trivia Night at Archestratus! We’ll be back with 10 new categories this month. Food, beer and the title of Trivia Champ will all be up for grabs! You can get in the spirit here, with questions from previous games, then swing by Archestratus to strut your stuff! All are welcome! Feel free to swing by solo, or with a team of up to four.
Hey! I’m Lucie, your News Editor here at Greenpointers. I’ve teamed up with Paige Lipari over at Archestratus Books and Foods (160 Huron Street) to offer a monthly Trivia Night! We’ve had a blast since we started two months ago! Paige is in charge of the glorious food and beer that you can WIN, and I’m Quizmaster!
Our next game is Next Wednesday, 10/18. There will be three rounds + a lightning round! Are you the Trivia Champ of Greenpoint? Come by with a team of up to 4, or swing by solo and claim your title, all are welcome!
Want to start playing right now? Find questions from previous games here!
New York is known as the ultimate city for countless things: fashion, finance, art, Instagrammable food trends – the list is longer than the line at a Supreme drop in Soho. When it comes to espionage, however, the city doesn’t necessarily come to mind the way Moscow or Washington, DC (especially as of late) might. Lucie Levine, a native Manhattanite turned Greenpointer, makes a strong case for her hometown as the ultimate spy city with Archive On Parade, her new tour and event company that reveals NYC’s fascinating history of espionage.
“What makes New York special is that it is the capital of so many industries, with more goods coming into NY harbor by 1900 than anywhere on Earth, and people always moving here from all over the world,” Lucie shares. “For a spy, that means a larger array of possible disguises and aliases, because anybody can be here doing any trade. Nothing seems out of place.”
Archive On Parade launched in February with two distinct walking tours, one in Lower Manhattan following the footsteps of Washington’s Revolutionary War spies and the other in Midtown covering espionage sights during both World Wars. Lucie, a self-proclaimed “history nerd,” does all of the writing, research, and tour guiding. Prior to starting her own business, she gave guided tours on the double decker red buses you see jam-packed with tourists. Continue reading →