Friday Roundup: A Vinyl Party in Brooklyn, New Argentine Bistro, and Kelly Ripa’s Tattoo


A new Argentine bistro and bottleshop called Twisted Vines, offering free wine tastings on weekends and a “tart of the day,” soft opens in Arlington, Virginia on Saturday. [Thrillist]

The Brooklyn Heights Association-produced “Brooklyn in Prints: A Special Gathering” begins with a reception and gallery talk tonight from 6:30p.m. to 8:30p.m. at the Brooklyn Historical Society and continues through March 14. [BrooklynHistory]

After a successful Haiti benefit at the W Hoboken Thursday night, Party with Purpose prepares for its next big fundraiser: a 5K run along the Hoboken waterfront on July 13. [PartywithPurpose]

Kelly Ripa got a tattoo in Brooklyn. [HuffPo].

People who love kielbasa, beer, live music, and hunting for new vinyl should go to Warsaw in Brooklyn on Sunday. [RecordRiots]

Mayor Bloomberg announced plans to expand the amusement park at Coney Island, which will open this summer. [NYCGovParks]Photo Courtesy of Flickr