Monday, March 05, 2007
Tuesday, October 11, 2005
It'll be a real website with more than just the Blog stuff. So in the interum, check out the archive files and get ready to rock NY and bring this dead horse back to life.
Be patient, we'll keep you informed,
Thursday, October 06, 2005
Julius has retired from his swingin life around the city. We apologize to all the fans, should he get tired of the laid back lifestyle of Boca, we'll be sure to let you all know.
To relive the fun moments of the summer, check out the Archives on the lower right hand side!
Monday, September 12, 2005
He did gamble, although unfortunately the nice security guard at the casino would not allow him to take a picture with his favorite slot machine.
"I have no idea what this guy has to do with gambling and cute cocktail waitresses in skimpy outfits, but maybe i'll understand after a few more free drinks." - Julius
The perfect rest spot after hours in the casino. We stumbled onto Nikki Beach on the boardwalk, took a nap on one of the hundreds of couches, grooved out to the DJ spinning techno and house, and of course, had another drink.
The best part of Nikki Beach - the smokin hot girls that work there, of course!
It was a great day down in AC - can't wait to get back!
Thursday, September 08, 2005
9pm Crash Mansion Benefit for Hurricane Katrina Victims!
Doors open at 9 pm with Suggested Donation of $5 til 11 pm on the UNDERBELLY list - reduced admission from 11 til 1 am.... our regular open bar is from 9-10 pm and there are drink specials after that so you can party all night... Tell Them that Julius sent you RSVP at firstname.lastname@example.org
9pm Live Band Karaoke
at Magnetic Field in Brooklyn Heights (map it)
Sign out with a live band! What could be more fun?
97 Atlantic Ave, between Henry and Hicks
Saturday, Sept 10
11am-9pm Indian Larry's Grease Monkey Block Party North 14th between Kent and Wythe near the Williamsburg Waterfront. Brink and eat with bikers and check out the babes in bikinis as they clean your ride. Wet and soapy baby-girls! hmmm.
The 25th Anniversary of
The Great Irish Fair
Drier Offerman Park
Saturday, September, 10th
Sunday, September, 11th
10:00 AM to 7:00 PM
Sunday, Sept 11 - Never Forget
Floating Lantern Ceremony
6pm at Pier 40 (West St @ W. Houston)
Honoring those lost on Sept 11th with this Japanese traditional Ceremony.
Friday, September 02, 2005
Friday, Sept 2, 2005
FREE - Homeland Security Garden
World Financial Center Winter Garden
Beautiful display of mementos that gave people strength during the 911 tragedy.
FREE - Bone Pony @ The Rodeo Bar 10pm
Easy atmosphere, tone of good food and cold beer. Not as country as you might think.
MORE FREE - Harry's at the Water Taxi Beach
Long Island City, NY 11101
Sun in the day, cool breezes at night!, this one of a kind dive is outdoors on tons of beautiful white sand. You sit at a picnic table and drink great beer (even a $2 24oz PBR), mixed drinks, and eat grilled Hot Dogs and Burgers.
GOT TO CHECK IT OUT before it closes for fall on Sept 10th.
Saturday, Sept 3, 2005
10 p.m.Surf Ave., Coney Island (718-372-5159)
End-of-summer extravaganza with sirens, magic, sword swallowing, and shimmies.
September 4 -- 4:00 pm - 9:00 pm, Pier 17
Featuring an evening of Rock'n Roll through this free
21st Annual Brazilian Day Street Fair
September 5 - With a huge bevy of ethnic foods, arts, crafts, jewelry, antiques and other offerings there'll be this grand 'carnival' taking place long 6th Avenue from 46th to 56th Streets and on 46th Street from 5th to 7th Avenue. We'd like to warn you though. You'll be dancing in the streets, and what a great weekend for it. 212-809-4900West Indian American Parade / Festival (Carnival)from Sept. 3 - Sept. 5
Brooklyn Museum Grounds - Washington Ave entrance off Eastern Parkway 718-467-1797
Thursday, September 01, 2005
Wednesday, August 31, 2005
Please help those suffering, those ravaged by the horror of Katrina and donate to your money and/or your time with the
American Red Cross. <--- Click here now and help! or call 800-HELPNOW
Be patient, the web site is overloaded, but keep trying.
Sunday, August 21, 2005
With the multitude of concerts around NYC in
the last week - you know Julius was there to check them all out!
Check out some of his shots below. Of course, the naked photos are for Jules' eyes only - thanks Heineken girls!
Vans Warped Tour - 8/13/05Click the pics to get hi-rez
The Offspring at CBGB - 8/16/05
Heineken AmsterJam - 8/20/05
Friday, August 19, 2005
9:00pm CRASH MANSION,
ROCK & ROLL IN STYLE
Between a Rock and a Hard Place
Once again Jeremy & New York Underbelly brings you FREE DRINKS
and No Cover Fridays
Click HERE to RSVP.
9-10pm OPEN BAR!!! 9-11pm NO COVER!!!
8:00pm Friday Night Fireworks & Cabaret @ Coney Island FREE!!
Take the D, F, N, or Q to Coney Island-Stillwell station
Saturday, August 20
11:00am AMSTERJAM!! @ Randall's Island
Red Hot Chilli Peppers, Snoop Dogg, 311, etc etc etc
and More <<<<>
21+ to attend, so dont bring the kids!
8:00pm Neil Diamond
(WHAT?!?, that aint rock!...damn monkey made me post it)
Madison Square Garden
Sunday, August 21
7:00pm - Midnight HOWL Opening Night Party & Benefit @ The Delancy
The week-long annual HOWL! Festival, produced every August by the Federation of East Village Artists, celebrates the neighborhood's role as the cradle of counterculture.
Monday, August 22 (We dont normally post Monday's but this is super cool)
Homeland Security Garden
World Financial Center Garden
220 Vesey St @ West St
a public art project by Chang-Jin Lee
Created by Korean born artist Chang-Jin Lee over the past 2 years, Homeland Security Garden investigates the complex issues of safety, security and personal freedom. ?Safety kits,? consisting of personal objects donated by participants and created by the artist in Plexiglas boxes, are displayed on Astroturf covered pedestals arranged to evoke a 19th century horticultural maze or garden. During informal workshops, the artist asks participants to gather items they consider essential to survive a crisis. ?Choosing personal items for a safety kit forces you to question, on a deep level, what you consider most valuable,? said Ms. Lee on a recent afternoon. ?What people need or consider most important varies by ethnic, social and economic background. These differences are highlighted and celebrated, in a playful way, in this project.?
7am-12 midnight daily -
Thursday, September 15
Thursday, August 18, 2005
Sunday, August 14, 2005
The private beach at the Fairmont Southampton Princess.
Nights at the Wine Cellar
The private tour around the island
Wildlife at the Aquarium & Zoo
Touring the Crystal Cave
Lunch at Michael Douglas' Ariel Sands
Pirate dinner on the beach
Thanks to all that made the Bermuda trip possible! And to all my new Bermudian friends - see you soon!
Wednesday, August 03, 2005
Thursday, July 28, 2005
Summer over halfway done and youâ€™re tapped for cash (damn that share at Fire Island). So, just for you - this weekend itâ€™s all about FREE events!
Have some fun and save whatâ€™s left of your cash for Labor Day!
Rumble on the River
Hudson River Park - Pier 54 (13th St. & Hudson River)
Feeling a void left by the end of the The Contender? Go check out amateur boxers duking it, all while grooving to live DJs and drinking a cold beer. Who could ask for more?
Sponsored by the Church Street Boxing Gym. For more info, visit: http://www.hudsonriverpark.org/events/summer2005/pop2005/rumble.htm
Between a Rock and a Hard Place
Crash Mansion, Bowery & Spring St.
Always a favorite, this week New York Underbelly presents bands featuring everything from garage rock to Depeche Mode covers to â€œ70â€™s-style Power Popâ€�. Thereâ€™s something for everybody!
As always â€“ free admission from 9-11pm and FREE COCKTAILS 9-10pm
RSVP to email@example.com and tell them Julius sent you!
Brooklyn Underwater: Brooklyn for Free
Saturday, 11am - 7pm
Williamsburg - Bedford Ave. & at North 7th St.
Juliusâ€™ new favorite neighborhood is having a street festival featuring local music, artists and more.
Performers include Williamsburg Warriors, Bluestockings, ACT UP/NY, B.I.O. Tour Bus, Carfree Bedford, Transportation Alternatives, Dam Stuhltrager Gallery, Develop Don't Destroy Brooklyn, and Video Art by Gavin Kroeber of Fin Fast Fun and Idiot Machine
Visit www.brooklynunderwater.com and click on Shows for more details.
Neighborhoodies Dance Party
Saturday, 10pm â€“ 4am
Rififi; 11th st between 1st & 2nd Aves.
Free admission all night, FREE COCKTAILS 10-11pm
Groove to Indie, Britpop, New Wave and Old School and score prizes when you wear you Neighbohoodies gear.
For those who donâ€™t know, they sell clothing and accessories (everything from underwear to bags to pet stuff) that you can customize to match your personality in any way you can think of.
For more info, check out www.neighborhoodies.com
Tango and Tasting
Bacchus of NYC; Broadway between 70th & 71st
Sip free tastings of Argentinian wine, then get a tango lesson. How cultured!
"Against the Grain" Art Showing
Saturday, Noon - 10pm
CB's 313 Gallery, Bowery & Bleecker
Check out custom designed boards combining surf culture and punk rock. The boards will be auctioned, with proceeds benefitting the VHI Save the Music Foundation.
Music on the Boardwalk
Sunday, 1:30pm - ??
Cha Chaâ€™s, Coney Island Boardwalk at Stillwell Ave.
Check out free live music and the wandering freak show on the Coney Island boardwalk,
and we donâ€™t mean the one you have to pay to get in to â€“ all while having a cheap beer
($3 Wise Guys & Wild Women drafts, theyâ€™re own brew) and getting some sun.
Empire Dance Open House
Empire Dance Studio; 25th st between 6th & 7th aves.
Build on all those tango moves you learned at Bacchus on Saturday. Empire will offer two FREE dance classes, including everything from swing to salsa to tango and more!
And, if you got a little cash to spare - check out the last weekend of the Summer Play festival. Tickets are only $10, they're done in a great venue and have awesome shows to choose from. besides, when's a deal like that gonna come along again without having to stand in line for hours with college students and tourists? Check out www.spfnyc.com
Friday, July 22, 2005
Friday, July 15, 2005
With Julius back on the street, this is going to be a wonderful Rock N Roll Weekend
Friday, July 15, 2005
New York Underbelly Presents;
Between a Rock and a Hard Place
@ Crash Mansion, 199 Bowery at Spring St.
- Four Bands
- No Cover (from 9pm-11pm) if you're on the list
- RSVP at firstname.lastname@example.org
- Open Bar (from 9pm - 10pm) yes free!!!
Grab Dinner & Drinks before the show at;
741 Eighth Avenue, New York, NY 10036, (212) 977-5984
This place always rocks out with great drinks and fantastic food. You can even dance on the bar.
129 St. Marks Place & Ave A, New York, NY 10009, East Village, (212) 533-4467
24 of rare brews on tap and a menu that will blow you away, great prices as well.
Saturday, July 16, 2005
Siren Music Festival @ Coney Island
the 5th annual free, all-day, all-ages music festival at Coney Island on Saturday, July 16th from 12:00 noon - 9:00 p.m.
Sunday, July 17, 2005
Celebrate Bastille Day on 60th Street
A Three-Block FÃªte From Fifth Avenue to Lexington Avenue!
Noon to 6pm
Wednesday, July 13, 2005
After a trip across the country and a short apprenticeship with the local sanitation department to get in touch with the common man - Julius is back in full force.
Thanks to one and all that provided sympathy, concern, and updates on sightings.
Stay tuned for the next adventure!
We will continue to post great events and places to fill your weekends in NYC.
Party on NY!
Have you seen this cute monkey?
Saturday, July 09, 2005
Missing Monkey Shocks Big Apple!
The mysterious disappearance of a local celebrity has authorities in a state of utter confusion. "New York City is still one of the safest cities in the world" Mayor Bloomberg told the press today, "Try to go back your daily routines, we will solve this crime. Citizens of NY are asked to contact NYrocks@gmail.com with any information"