NYU’s Bedford + Bowery pop-up newsroom will host a screening of “The Phantom Tollbooth: Beyond Expectations” (Oct. 24), a lecture by musician Andrew W.K. (Oct. 29), “How to Grow a Label in Brooklyn,” a panel discussion (Oct. 30), and more at its 155 Grand Street location in Williamsburg.
All events, free and open to the public, begin at 7 p.m. Admission is on a first-come, first-served basis. For more information, call 212.992.7990. For a complete schedule of events, click here.
Thurs., Oct. 24
A screening of “The Phantom Tollbooth: Beyond Expectations,” a documentary that includes interviews with author Norton Juster and illustrator Jules Feiffer, followed by a talk with director Hannah Jayanti. The film premiered at the New York Film Festival earlier this month.
Fri., Oct. 25
A screening of “The Domino Effect,” a documentary that explores the controversial redevelopment of the Domino Sugar factory, followed by a talk with the filmmakers about development in North Brooklyn.
Sun., Oct. 27
A night of comedy featuring Dave Hill, Greg Barris, Sara Armour, Matteo Lane, and Neal Stastny. Hosted by Natalie Shure.
Mon., Oct. 28
An evening with Vice. Director of News Jason Mojica, Editor in Chief Rocco Castoro, and others talk about the onetime hipster rag’s rise to global mainstream prominence via partnerships with CNN and HBO.
Tues., Oct. 29
A lecture by Andrew W.K. featuring wisdom from the musician’s forthcoming book The Party Bible.
Wed., Oct. 30
“How to Grow a Label in Brooklyn”: a panel discussion with the founders of Brooklyn record labels Captured Tracks, Loma Vista, and Cascine.
Bedford + Bowery is an online news site produced by NYU’s Arthur L. Carter Journalism Institute in collaboration with New York magazine. It launched the Williamsburg pop-up newsroom in September. It offers a temporary base of operations in Brooklyn as well as a venue for events—panel discussions, readings, workshops, and shows of local artists. The Newsroom will be open through the month of October; after that, Bedford + Bowery will continue to cover north Brooklyn out of the Carter Journalism Institute’s 20 Cooper Square location.