The The Weyling Blog Blog

To beer or not to beer: Get ready for the Brooklyn Beer!

Let’s welcome one of the beers with a top notch logo and label by iconic New York designer Milton Glaser! Brooklyn Brewery’s unconventional and eccentric beer bash, Beer Mansion, is back this April 13 & 14! What is Beer Mansion you ask? The Brooklyn Brewery Beer Mansion is a high-spirited, beer-fueled spectacle unlike any other…. Read More

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The Lincoln Center Young Patrons Gala

The Lincoln Center Young Patrons summoned the Roaring ’20s with a two-tiered gala inside Weylin. For one night only, what you may know as the historic Williamsburg Savings Bank was transformed, with a swank speakeasy downstairs and a music-fueled party overhead—all designed to transport guests back to the Jazz Age. Lincoln Center President Debora L…. Read More

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Private Privacy

This device communicated messages that were as private as an Egyptian chamber and there wasn’t a way to hack them and decipher what was being said or heard. Not only homes and offices used this technology but also airplanes and fine automobiles such as the 1927 Rolls Royce Phantom, so the drivers and passengers were able… Read More

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Great Architecture Makes Humankind Kind and Human.

When you see it, you just want to study there and learn! Isn’t that a magic feeling that great architecture passes on to us? Architecture has such a key role in creating ideal atmospheres and make humankind more kind and human!…We should never ever take it for granted. This is a brief description of our… Read More

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Williamsburger

Williamsburg’s post-Civil War business boom and transportation improvements, such as widespread trolley service, brought renewed development to the neighborhood. Broadway became “the preferred address for monumental banks, the location of Williamsburg’s premier stores, the center for entertainment, and the nexus for most of Williamsburg’s ferry-going travels.”5 Broadway served as the main thoroughfare with the New… Read More

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“The Lucy” goes to Jack Beyer

There is something that happens a lot when you connect with New York and frequently visit places and venues: you think who is the one behind such an intense preservation job? Is it the city? Is it a City Hall department? Is it private?…It’s a lot of different combined facts but without a doubt there… Read More

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Illuminati: Truth, myth, politics and entertainment

How amazing is it when a strict order from an institution gets cracked, and from that wound may a root come out and last for centuries not only as a fact but as a still unproven collection of stories. A secret seems to be many times stronger than reality, and it generates so much fantasy…you… Read More

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The Illuminati Ball is back again…you cannot miss this…

If you loved Stanley Kubrick’s Eyes Wide Shut and you were wishing you could experience something with that kind of “another-time-anonimity”, you better check this ball out!… The Illuminati Ball—New York City is a surreal immersive theater experience inspired by leaked photos from the Baron and Baroness de Rothschilds’ legendary 1972 fete, which drew elaborately masked guests such as  Salvador Dali and Audrey Hepburn to… Read More

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“Flour Power”

Prior to the arrival of Europeans, the land north of the East River was occupied by the Siwanoys, one of many groups of Algonquin-speaking Lenapes in the area. Those of the Lenapes who lived in the northern part of Manhattan Island in a campsite known as Konaande Kongh used a landing at around the current location… Read More

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It’s always been about…connection!

It maybe digital today, but it started way back in the past in other forms: paths, roads, trains…bridges.  There have been so many stories in the world about people who come from somewhere and go to nowhere, and viceversa; and especially of course in a city like our unique New York.  Now here’s a bit… Read More

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