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Bowery ballroom

The shows have been benefits for Ukraine, and another one will take place Sunday night.
Featuring nearly 150 different songs over eight shows, this year’s Hanukkah included five drummers, two mentalists, one ballpark organist, one reunion, and tons of surprise guests.
For the better part of the last 17 years, Yo La Tengo have been hosting NYC/NJ's most essential Hanukkah celebration.
Bowery Present Co-founder confirmed to Gothamist that the company will be parting
Yo La Tengo announced earlier this week that they'll be bringing back their beloved Hanukkah shows for the first time in five years.
Where to get a few drinks, or eat some dinner (or both!), both before and after the show.
This was one of three sold-out NYC shows for the band this week, and a veritable coronation for a group who has just released one of the best rock albums of the past couple years.
Just because Malkmus makes it look easy doesn't mean he hasn't been trying—and anyone who was at Bowery Ballroom to see Malkmus and The Jicks blaze through an ecstatic 18 song set knows it.
Some venues offer a little more bang for their buck than others, thanks in part to killer sound systems, vintage grandeur, sweet lineups and cheap beers. Here are our favorites.
She'll be back on December 10.
The Bowery Ballroom was a shoe store in the 1930s.
More than just a bunch of de facto cover tunes, the concert was an opportunity for a reinterpretation of enduringly influential music by contemporary ears.
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