Posted by: Melissa Coci
on Apr 18, 2013
Some days, a lady just wants to see a fine man strip. You’d think this would be easy but there are so many perils in the way. Male strippers, for some reason, often feel the need to oil themselves up, grow their hair long and stringy and perform in such a way that you feel you need to go home and take a shower and not in the good way.
Enter the New York Boylesque Festival on April 26th and 27th. A troupe of talented and ... Read More
Posted by: Teresa Lu
on Apr 01, 2013
Last Tuesday, in association with V-Day, Eve Ensler, award-winning playwright of The Vagina Monologues, hosted a panel discussion regarding sexual violence, in the light of the Steubenville rape case. The event sold out in eight minutes. Though it was exciting to know that every seat would filled with engaged listeners, there was something so annoyingly typical about the scene that greeted me: the audience was composed almost entirely ... Read More
Posted by: Lindsey Gentile
on Feb 06, 2013
A recent study at Edinburgh University proves that men have a harder time reading other people’s emotions than women do. Well, this explains a lot.
During the study, a group of both men and women were shown pictures of faces and asked numerous questions about them while their brains were scanned. When asked how approachable the people in a photograph seemed, the men took longer to respond. Though they eventually came up with the ... Read More
Posted by: Maggie Carr
in Music Stuff
on Dec 20, 2012
The day is almost here. No, not the apocalypse, silly—we’re talking about our world-endingly good lineup at the Brooklyn Night Bazaar!
For the rock-bottom price of zero dollars, you can shake your booty to our radical dance-rock headliners, MEN (featuring JD Samson of Le Tigre):
Bear witness to indie-folk chanteuse Laura Stevenson’s powerhouse pipes as she performs with her band the Cans:
Groove ... Read More
Posted by: Intern Kelsie
on Apr 30, 2012
The Occupy Movement is kicking it up a notch. Tomorrow, May 1st, Occupy is calling for a general strike of the 99%, a continuation of the historical May Day, which has been International Workers Day for over a century. Regardless of your political leanings, the hype around tomorrow's events calls for some attention.
In Bryant Park, there will be free food, a free market, public art, the Occupy Library, and a rehearsal for the ... Read More