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The Brooklyn-based indie pop group that makes you see double.
The Black Label Bike Club of Brooklyn, NY hosts the 10th Annual Bike Kill in the heart of Bed-Stuy.
Puppies and pooches came out in packs to strut their stuff in this second annual costume contest!
The Brooklyn-based electro-pop group that offers a moment in time captured in a visual.
Dish + Drink’s quest for the best burger in NYC continues with a burger from Schnipper’s Quality Kitchen.
The Cardboard Tube Fighting League takes to McCarren Park for some hardcore competition.
NFL fans celebrate opening day right with some good ol’ fashioned tailgating.
The White Plains, NY powerpop band who’s doing what they can to bring the scene back.
What’s better than world class tennis? World class food and entertainment to accompany it.
The historic Saratoga Race Course celebrates its 150th anniversary.
The Brooklyn by-way-of Athens, GA trio that transforms dreams into records.
The accessible and economical arts showcase returns to Manhattan.
Opened in May 2011 in Jersey City, Mana Contemporary is a multi-dimensional art complex that provides services and space for artists, art patrons, collectors, and the local community. BreakThruTV’s Lauren Hawker attended the exclusive first look at one of their new shows, Ray Smith: Here | Now. The New York and New Jersey area is still recovering from Hurricane Sandy. Among those affected was Ray Smith, a Mexican-American artist whose Brooklyn studio suffered major flooding. Mana offered Smith refuge by offering studio space and an exhibition to showcase his waterlogged work.
NYC Restaurant Week is the time of year when restaurateurs showcase their menus in pre fixe fashion at manageable prices, allowing everyone from casual diners to intense foodies to try out a variety of cuisines and experiences they may not normally partake of. BTR Pulse’s Lauren Hawker visited Gramercy Terrace, where she spoke with General Manager Tyler Vaughan and Head Chef Jeff Seizer about the restaurant’s menu and the benefits of the event. NYC Restaurant Week ends February 8th.

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