It was not quite a liquid brunch, but almost because so much of what we enjoyed were beers “exclusive small batch” and cocktails. As the clock struck noon at The Federal Bar on Metropolitan Avenue, we started with “Beermosas”
It’s that time of year when TASTE Williamsburg Greenpoint presents their culinary arts festival-fundraiser on the Williamsburg waterfront—an unparalleled opportunity to sample foods and drinks prepared and served by celebrated local restaurants and bars—all demonstrating why North Brooklyn has become among many of the arts, ballyhooed around the world.
There are a couple more days left of the Brooklyn Film Festival. A review has been dispatched to us by Main Tim who attended the screening of “Eadweard,” a film portraying the complex life of Edward Muybridge who is best known for his pioneering work in photographic motion. The film was screened at The Wythe Hotel.
The theme of the hand and its uniqueness to humans is archetypical and offers endless distinctive interpretations. Talk to the Hand at Lynch Tham Gallery (through Feb. 15) handily moves the viewer emotionally and imaginatively. The hand does indeed talk. (Image: Richard Serra’s “Hand Catching Lead,” 1968, video, black and white, silent.)
In this group installation artists will make and display the evolution of the headshop classics: comics, black light posters, tapestries, t-shirts, incense, candles, “pipes,” tarot cards, vinyl, macrame, etc, as well as new things that have become a integral part of modern underground psychedelic culture.