A funny thing happened on the way to our in-box.
We felt the rumblings of a city at work.
There to measure the seismic data is Nonsense NYC, an underground yet high-flying weekly newsletter recording the city’s most bizarre and special happenings.
Editor Jeff Stark has been compiling info for ten years straight. This weekend, he’s going offline for a live, homegrown spectacle (in a Brooklyn warehouse, of course) showcasing the best of the indie creative scene.
To combat a decade of nostalgia, party people will give us a peek at what we can look forward to ten years from now. Unique performances will happen every five minutes. What else to expect: Mini Rubulad, Secret Project Robot, Sxip’s Quarter Hour of Charm, DJs, dance floors, and curiosities.
At the very least, it will be fun, crowded, gritty. (Alert: Expect a hint of urban Burning Man.) At the most, we’ll get to see what culture looks like when it’s being created.
Brace yourself for the quake.
Photo: Courtesy of 3rd Ward