Syndicated: a new dine-in cinema located at 40 Bogart St in Bushwick
Filmgoers and foodies will be delighted to know there will be plates of delicious grub, booze and a comfortable 50-seat screening room. And that’s not even the best part—movie tickets cost $3 for single films and only $5 for double features.
You can watch 80s blockbusters as well as classic flicks while gorging on mouthwatering dishes like Popcorn-Crusted Fried Oysters, Hot fried Chicken Sandwiches and movie-themed cocktails. There will also be a hodgepodge of flavored gourmet popcorn and “artisanal snacks,” if you prefer traditional concessions, too.
New York City is a great city… we believe this, we know this, that is why we live here… and yet sometimes it wears us down and takes all our money and makes us want to hide in a corner and take a few calming breaths and try to figure out what the hell just happened to us and our rapidly shrinking bank accounts.
And so… here is a list of 100 things you can do in Brooklyn this summer that cost absolutely nothing. So you can go and enjoy them and not feel any stress and not worry about the ticket to get in or the bill at the end of the evening.
The Lowline is an ambitious project to create an underground park in the LES. It faces some complex technological and governmental hurdles before it becomes a reality… but it is possible, and it would be a terrific development for the area. Taking an unused space in this highly dense city and bringing Light and Plants and People to it is always a good thing. They have started another Kickstarter project to help them bring this exciting project closer to completion… find out more here.
“Keys are familiar and very valuable things that protect important people and spaces in our lives. They also inspire us to open the door to unknown worlds. With these thoughts in mind, in this new installation I would like to use keys provided by the general public that are imbued with various recollections and memories that have accumulated over a long period of daily use. As I create the work in the space, the memories of everyone who provides me with their keys will overlap with my own memories for the first time. These overlapping memories will in turn combine with those of the people from all over the world who come to see the biennale, giving them a chance to communicate in a new way and better understand each other’s feelings.”
Food and films and fun in the sun… bands and booze and Brooklyn during the summer. Here are 50 great events to check out.. and there are many more to find and explore on your own. The summer is here!