Williamsburg detective Claudia Cardinale interrupts her reading of a Tao Lin novel to investigate a shocking story about her friend Rose’s favorite old Italian restaurant on Havemeyer Street. (PG-14)
Williamsburg detective Claudia Cardinale and her streetwise pal O.G. investigate the disappearance of the breakdancing Twinkletoes Twins. Was a Bitcoin conspiracy involved? (PG-14)
Southside Williamsburg landlord Mr. Ratmansky, beside himself with grief over the loss of his favorite hipster tenant, calls on ace detective Claudia Cardinale for help. (PG-14)
One sunny morning in Williamsburg, Brooklyn, Claudia Cardinale finds a dead nun on Conselyea Street as she passes Mrs. Pizzarelli’s house.
But Morty said she was only seventeen, and besides, he doesn’t want to fall in love: “It messes you up so that you can’t sleep or do your work or anything.”
Edible Build-A-Bear: Pretty much exactly what it sounds like.
There are many kinds of porn in this world. There is porn porn, there is food porn, there is travel porn, and then there is my least favorite genre of all, General Lifestyle Porn.
This past Saturday saw Thought Catalog’s Fifth Anniversary party, here in beautiful scenic Brooklyn.
The physically weakest males receive all the attention of their female counterparts, while the physically strongest males are met with indifference, if not outright disapproval.
Sure, tourists want to have an adventure and a new experience, but who gets to decide what is authentic, what is the ‘real’ Bushwick or Hell’s Kitchen, or DUMBO? Who are the people coming up with these concepts? What is the impact of a branded place on our city?