Well, that took long enough! After two whole seasons of Girls, we have the first official satire of the HBO show: Bros. Created by, well, bros, the online series follows former frat guys living in Manhattan — in other words, the exact opposite tale of Hannah and her quirky friends. In the first episode, star Michael and his friends experiment with the hipster lifestyle by trekking across the river dressed in over-the-top farcical outfits — think "Skrillex concert at a gay bar" — to try and pick up Williamsburg girls.
The episode goes on to poke fun at all sorts of Brookyn (and Lena Dunham) stereotypes — think PBR, beards, LCD Soundsystem, and more. We have to admit we have a few laughs out of the whole thing, but the show is much more enjoyable if you actually tolerate frat bros; otherwise, it comes off as slightly insensitive to our eastern borough friends. That said, this episode is the first of many, so we have high hopes for more witty banter. (Animal)
The funeral service for slain NYPD officer Rafael Ramos took place at the Christ Tabernacle Church in Queens on Saturday. Hundreds of police officers gathered to say farewell to their colleague, who along with his partner, Wenjian Liu, was murdered in Brooklyn last Saturday when Ismaaiyl Brinsley opened fire while the read
Imagine that Sleeping Beauty didn't need a prince's kiss to wake her up; instead, all she needed was a bacon, egg, and cheese.
That's the imagery that New York-based photographer and musician Harry McNally's new project, Moments Like These, invokes. McNally places our most beloved Disney characters in the most real (and read