In Brooklyn and all over NYC and other cities AROUND THE GLOBE today, Improv Everywhere’s No Pants Subway Ride is taking over. The Brooklyn Bugle is monitoring the situation.
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In case you missed it (or as the “kids” say ICYMI), the Brooklyn Bugle has been “en fuego” this week with some interesting posts:
As we reported earlier in the Bugle, there will be a discussion about the MTA’s response to Hurricane Sandy tomorrow evening (Wednesday, December 5) at the Transit Museum, entrance at Boerum Place and Schermerhorn Street, starting at 6:30. Participating in the discussion will be: James Ferrara, who oversees seven bridges and two highway tunnels, including […]
The Brooklyn Nets opened the pre-season last night at the Barclays Center. Check out Karl Junkersfeld’s report and fan reaction at the Brooklyn Bugle now. (Photo: Jason Shaltz via Instagram)
GQ Magazine has declared Brooklyn the “Coolest City on the Planet.” Get our take at the Brooklyn Bugle. Also, discover We Are Augustines in our latest Brooklyn Bugle Session. We first wrote about two of the band members when their last group, Pela, played bocce at Floyd with Rolling Stone magazine after being named one […]
Photographer Tim Schreier takes a look at Occupy Wall Street at the Brooklyn Bugle. Discuss the protests and what you think they mean now.
Join the conversation at the Brooklyn Bugle Book Club, read what two of our music contributors think of the R.E.M. break up as well as the return of Andrew “Dice” Clay right now at the Brooklyn Bugle! Oh and check out our video interview with former Brooklyn Heights resident/best selling author J. Courtney Sullivan.
We’ve just posted our latest Brooklyn Bugle Session with Locksley performing their new single “The Whip” and a surprise cover song. Check it out here. While you’re at it, check out the entire Bugle music section with contributions from world renowned jazz writer Jim Macnie and our own Claude Scales. Also set the discussion about […]
We’re just gettin’ started at the Brooklyn Bugle. Check out our latest Brooklyn Bugle Session with MyNameisJohnMichael, discuss Suleiman Osman’s book The Invention of Brownstone Brooklyn, read about Brooklyn bar owner/raconteur Jesse Levitt and more.
A man gets punched in the face after saying, “Hi”; a nanny who has larceny in her heart steals $5K; and a police officer goes on vacation with her robbery report in tow. It’s this week’s police blotter.
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