The day will start with an open skate at 4:00pm at Newtown Barge Playground. This is open to girls of all ages & abilities! There will be coaches onsite to assist with all the beginners out there. We’ll then feature our more advanced riders with a contest portion (and prizes!). The day will then continue back at East River Skate Shop, 86 Greenpoint Avenue from 6:00-9:00. There will be live music by a 3 piece all girl skater band, a BBQ & free beer – thanks for PBR! Come out & celebrate with us. See you then! Continue reading
Greenpointers is seeking writers, photographers, illustrators, videographers, content makers. If you love Greenpoint and create content in the areas of local news, art, music, food, fashion, wellness, environment, politics, history, events—then you should contribute for us!
Meet with our editorial team along with old and new contributors Wednesday, May 11 2016, 7pm at No. 7 North at 931 Manhattan Ave (at Kent St.). We’ll have a fun time exchanging ideas, drinkin’ beer and meeting other mega-talented Greenpointers.
You should RSVP here so we know who’s interested!
This Sunday, come on down to 67 West Street starting at 1 pm to find some cool accessories and furniture for your newly spring-cleaned home (or if you’re like us, the apartment you’ve been totally meaning to get around to spring clean).
After the jump, get a sneak peek at our awesome home decor vendors. We hope to see all of you Sunday afternoon! Continue reading
Hey Greenpoint! We’ve got a pretty good weekend of events here. Plus it’s the Greenpointer’s Spring Market!
See you in the streets!
We’re excited to welcome our new Art Editor: Andy Smith.
Kick off this Spring season with Greenpoint Gallery Night this Friday (3/18) from 7-10pm.
Booklyn Artist Alliance • 37 Greenpoint Ave
Brouwerij Lane • 78 Greenpoint Ave
Calico • 67 West St
Clay Space 1205 • 1205 Manhattan Ave
Dandelion Wine • 153 Franklin St
Greenpoint Terminal Gallery • 67 West St
The Java Project • 252 Java St
Kayrock Screenprinting • 1205 Manhattan Ave
Owen James Gallery • 61 Greenpoint Ave
Simuvac Projects • 99 Norman Ave
Yashar Gallery • 276 Greenpoint Ave
Check out the full list of venues and more info here.
Michael Hambouz is a multi-disciplinary artist who’s been living as a Greenpoint resident for the last 12 years. Originally from the Midwest, he calls Niles, Michigan, his hometown where he continues to source paper from a local mill called French Paper Co.
In his current solo exhibition at Calico (67 West St, #203), Michael Hambouz is showcasing “Pretty in Pink” – an experimental series of multi-tiered structures, collages, and videos created during a period of personal hardship, with each piece representing the meditations on specific issues that the artist dealt with in his life. By “pink-washing” his 3D lenticular paintings, his work speaks of positive transformation and taking control of negative experiences by reinterpreting them into bright compositions of bold colors and figurative patterns. Continue reading
This weekend, it’s time to get your art on (and booze on). Greenpoint Gallery Night is back again this Friday (3/18) from 7-10pm. You’ll be able to meet the artists, admire their artwork and check out their work spaces to find out more about their process. Continue reading
While sifting through clothes at beacon’s closet or grabbing a beer and a brat at Spritzenhaus, you may have seen a procession of yoga-pantsed Greenpointers heading in and out of the unassuming grey door on the corner of Nassau and Guernsey.
A closer look at 55 Nassau will lead you to Hosh Yoga, a Greenpoint nonprofit made possible by a team of 60 volunteers and instructors, which provides donation-based classes with a mission of health and wellness as a right to life, not a luxury. Continue reading
In search of a side gig and a chance to strengthen your relationship with your neighborhood?
Greenpointers could use a few more regular contributors for its News section: the realm of shady real estate dealings and deep-seated environmental drama, town hall meetings, and all that can’t be categorized about our little corner of North Brooklyn.
You don’t have to be a Writer, but you do have to be able to write, report, and follow journalistic best practices. Deadlines too.
Your level and frequency of contribution is up to you, but we’ll pay you $20/post.
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org and say hi if you’re interested. Include some information about yourself, your background, and links to clips or writing samples.
If you have your heart set on contributing to our Food, Music, or Fashion section, email us anyway. Perhaps we can work something out.