This was the most pampered athletic event I had ever been to. The mobile showers at the campsites were labeled: male, female, and gender neutral. The medical tent was open at every stop. Massage, chiropractic services, and yoga classes were available at every campsite.
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Look for affordable jewelry, clothes, and hand-painted pottery on offer among the vendors selling homemade or vintage goods, exclusively. On board for Sunday are Autumn Oak, Uptown Closet Freak, Palomino Jewelry and vintage clothing dealer, BaBushwick, and there should be at least 20 vendors altogether.
Win a pair of tickets to this Saturday’s midnight show at Cameo Gallery: Midnight Magic is a nine person North Brooklyn outfit by way of Miami ensemble bonded by the unwavering desire to make you listener and the rhythm become one; the secret love children of Donna Summer and George Clinton serving up an orgasmic feast of funk, disco, electro and soul.
“A lot of new music boasts of a good time, but it ends up being the same caffeinated sugar water in a fancy plastic bottle, completely lacking in nutrients, life, and anything that’s good for you. Peg Simone’s new music begins from pure places like poetry, the spoken word, the human breath, feedback, the mystical side of folk and blues, and the effect is icy water coming off the mountain, tasting of soil, rock and organic matter; you want to drink it and let it drip down your neck.” –Black Francis
The first ever Rattled Expo takes place tomorrow at the Warsaw in (where else?) Greepoint. What is it? It’s a unique event for young, urban families; according to Rattled co-founder Tara Arjona, Rattled’s targeted market is people who “… love locally-made, and handmade goods. They’re not into mainstream products and services.”
Products for sale will include handcrafted bronze and silver baby figurines made by Williamsburg sculptor Brian Sullivan. He’s been making the pieces for more than two decades and co-owns Brooklyn Bambini with his wife, Kelley Shields.
The first ever Rattled Expo takes place today at the Warsaw in (where else?) Greepoint. What is it? It’s a unique event for young, urban families; according to Rattled co-founder Tara Arjona, Rattled’s targeted market is people who “… love locally-made, and handmade goods. They’re not into mainstream products and services.”