PiPs – Table Tennis & Art Space

PiPs is a donation-based community health and recreational space in a unique venue that combines Art from emerging contemporary artists and the highly social sport of Table Tennis. For just a small donation, endless ping pong with bottles & cans available at the counter to quench your thirst in between sets.

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PiPs – Table Tennis & Art Space
158 Roebling Street (btwn Metropolitan & Grand) Williamsburg, Brooklyn, NY
Open Everyday 6pm – Midnight

BSA outside presents “Last Exit to Skewville”


The 100 foot long wall called “Last Exit to Skewville” pays tribute to the cityscapes of industrial and everyday blue collar Brooklyn and calls on the smart alecky humor and graphic finesse of one of NYC Street Art’s Finest, the near legendary Skewville.

Presented by Brooklyn Street Art as part of it’s curated walls project called BSA Outside, “Last Exit To Skewville” will appear on North 11th Street directly across from the famous Brooklyn Brewery and right around the corner from Brooklyn Bowl, two solid neighborhood institutions serving thousands of adventurous fun lovers every weekend.

With the generous support from local family owned Crest Hardware Store (home of Crest Fest) and Montana Colors, this project is not a dream, but a reality.

STOP BY DURING THE FESTIVAL TO SEE IT’S PROGRESS.
THE LOCATION OF THE WALL:
82 North 11th Street, Between Berry and Wythe

Posting via BSA

10 Ft. Single by Stella Dallas

This thrift shop is magical! One entire store is devoted to interior design with a focus on vintage textile, old flags, and miscellaneous coffee cups with the coolest graphics. The other store right next door is packed full of the best vintage finds for the entire family. Overflowing frilly dresses spilling out from the back room to give Betsey Johnson’s prom gown library a run for her satin pumps.

10 Ft. Single by Stella Dallas
285 N. 6th St. , Brooklyn, NY 11211
nr. Metropolitan Ave.
718-486-9482

Mon-Fri, 12:30pm-7:30pm; Sat-Sun, 12:30pm-8pm

fresh off the presses

While walking around on Bedford Ave. this past weekend we arrived just in time for a new shipment of MJ tees to hit the red store shelves at the Kill Shop Kill boutique in Williamsburg. I went for the Black tank at $30 (the priciest item in the store) but it was the only one there and totally worth it for all the mad props received from MJ lovers all over BK & the city this weekend! Who’s Bad?!! And the shop girl was nice enough to throw in a Sid Vicious tote bag for free with purchase! We are definitely celebrating excess and Kill Shop Kill is officially my new favorite store in BK!

Kill Shop Kill
North 5th and Bedford Avenue in Williamsburg