This Wednesday, Soho House is hosting what’ll surely be a momentous and memorable conversation with Eric Ripert, the acclaimed chef-owner of Le Bernardin. He’ll be speaking to Bedford + Bowery editor Daniel Maurer, so we’ve managed to secure a handful of the screening room’s 44 seats for our readers. For a chance to get your name on the list with a guest, just subscribe to our daily newsletter of top stories using the form below, or retweet this by Tuesday at 6 p.m., when we’ll contact two randoms (one a newsletter subscriber, the other a retweeter) to let them know they’ve won. More →
Greenpoint’s TEEN just released a video for their single, “Not For Long.” It’s kind of like the “Nothing Compares 2 You” video meets “Spaceballs” on shrooms… Okay, we won’t bother trying to describe it — just give it a watch and know that you’ve still got a chance to win tickets to their album release party. As previously mentioned, we’re giving away two tickets to the April 24 show at Baby’s All Right, or — if you prefer — two tickets to the March 14 premiere of Teenage, a film adaptation of Jon Savage’s history of adolescence featuring music by Bradford Cox of Deerhunter. Just sign up for the B+B Newsletter via the following form and tell us what you’re entering to win. More →
It’s a teenage riot! We’re giving away tickets to the opening night of Teenage, a film adaptation of Jon Savage’s history of adolescence featuring music by Bradford Cox of Deerhunter, and we’re giving away tickets to TEEN’s album release party at Baby’s All Right. Take your pick! More →
As mentioned last week, we’re helping Vulture give away tickets to the invite-only season premiere of Billy on the Street, March 5 at Beacon Theater. All you have to do is be among the first 50 people to sign up for Bedford + Bowery’s daily newsletter, below, and we’ll put you on the list +1. You’ll see sidewalk silliness like the video Billy posted yesterday, in which he quizzes a random passerby on Scarlett Johansson’s vagina (or, as the kids are pronouncing it these days: vayaña).
If you bring your MasterCard to Magnolia Bakery today, you’ll get a free cupcake in honor of Justin Timberlake’s 33rd birthday. No, they don’t have Justin’s face on them (we asked), but the promotion maybe makes sense? Timberlake has a two-year, multi-million dollar endorsement deal with MasterCard. Plus his pal Andy Samberg, a guest at JT and Jessica Biel’s wedding, penned “Lazy Sunday” — a tribute to the bakery with “all the bomb frostings” — before going on to co-star with Timberlake in “Dick in a Box.” AND Biel apparently enjoys making cupcakes for Timberlake. PLUS using letters in Timberlake’s last name, you can form words such as “eat,” “bake,” and “milk.” More →
We’re helping give away tickets for an invite-only shindig celebrating the new season of Billy on the Street — and you don’t even have to get Quizzed in the Face to snag em. All you have to do is sign up for B+B’s newsletter below, and be quick about it: in the new season, Lena Dunham milks a cow in the Meatpacking District. More →
Back in July, we posted the trailer for Visitors, the new one from Godfrey Reggio and Philip Glass of Koyaanisqatsi. The film makes its New York City premiere at Sunshine Cinema this Friday and Saturday, with director Reggio and editor Jon Kane in the house, and we’re psyched to be able to give away two pairs of tickets. More →
The folks who rep Canadian band Still Life Still — which has toured with our own The Hold Steady — use the B+B tipline to point us to a new video for “Revolving Doors,” off the band’s forthcoming album “Mourning Trance,” out August 20. It’s so brand spankin’ new, in fact, that at the time of this posting only 7 people had watched it (most of them us). More →