This past weekend the Old Bowery Station debuted a pop-up B’klyn Burro – a burrito joint which originated in San Fran and became bicoastal after opening up shop in Brooklyn NY. The pop-up was a great success and brought the hearty taste of B’klyn Burro to downtown NYC. Check out some photos from the event below:
PROJECT/ion presents a new series of digital films and animations, which draw their inspiration from Optical Art, technology and computer animations. British artist Doug Foster produces large-scale digital film installations that play with symmetry and exploit the eye’s susceptibility to illusion. Islands of the Blessed and Dark Place are two video works that similarly aspire to emotionally capture the viewer in a mesmerizing … Read More
Sometimes, opening your own business, curating and marketing your brand, or even just getting your name out there can be a difficult and drawn-out process. But this is exactly the kind of challenge that the pop-up marketing experts from Storefront hope to tackle. By streamlining the world of short-term leasing, these guys are revolutionizing the way that small businesses, artists, … Read More
Last Thursday and Friday night, The Old Bowery Station cooked up its second Night Market event of the year. One of the most anticipated food events of the season, this tasty Asian-inspired marketplace was hosted by food entrepreneur Carson Yiu. The Night Market included a totally awesome lineup from vendors like Los Perros Locos, Mimi and Coco, Empies, Mamak, Hong … Read More
Not too long ago at the Old Bowery Station, our resident chef Sarah Ashley Schiear starred in a delicious and fun-filled video for Crocs footwear. Sarah is known for hosting the “Sunday Funday” brunches for her friends, so we were very happy when she came over with the girls and a whole lot of treats.