Monthly Archives: February 2014

New York Transit Museum’s First Platform

Have an Idea?  And want it showcased to the Public through The New York Transit Museum’s first PLATFORM Program? Read on and submit your idea. OPEN CALL FOR PROPOSALS Inspired by the engineering, intricate choreography, and impromptu interactions of your daily commute?  Wish there was an open mic night for historians and urbanists? A show-and-tell for your creative musings on... Read more » Read More »

Burnin’ Down The Mouth: Sriracha, Ghost Peppers, and History of Heat


When: Tuesday, February 25, 2014 Time: 7:30PM – 10PM Where: Littlefield 622 Degraw Street Brooklyn NY 11217 Cost: Free 21+ From MSG: This month, the Masters of Social Gastronomy break into the secret world of hot peppers to pull back the curtain on everyone’s favorite Rooster-branded hot sauce and the worldwide affection for spicy, spicy food. Follow sriracha from its humble baby-food-jar beginnings to its current status as... Read more » Read More »

A Discussion on Breaking the Heart Into Bits

When: Thursday, February 20, 2014 Time: 6:30pm-8:15pm Where: New America NYC 199 Lafayette St, Suite 3B Manhattan, NY Cost: Free w. RSVP From New America NYC: In 2013, one in ten Americans used a dating website or app. While looking for love online is a relatively recent phenomenon, it’s given us the first hard statistics on the dating habits and idiosyncrasies... Read more » Read More »

Told It First Hand: Conversations with Hip-Hop’s “Do-ers”


When: Thursday February 20, 2014 Time: 7:00pm Where: Brooklyn Historical Society 128 Pierrepont Street, Brooklyn, NY, 11201 Cost: Free for BHS members, $5.00 General Admission (More Details At Link) On Thursday, February 30th at Brooklyn Historical Society, in the second installment of Told It First Hand, Brooklyn Bodega’s Wes Jackson brings together hip hop legends for an insider’s look at how their music is made. This... Read more » Read More »