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Northside festival

Emails provided to Gothamist last summer show that Stedman assured former employees that they would eventually get paid, promising to 'get us through this, if I don't die of exhaustion.'
Interviews with writers, editors, sound engineers, illustrators and videographers tell a different story about the man credited with 'shaping the Brooklyn we know today.'
Our partners at Northside Festival are excited to announce a new track during the festival, Northside Report. [sponsor]
This is one of the only gigs the newly pared-down Dirty Projectors have on the books for 2017 so far.
The free show, part of the ongoing Northside Festival, got hundreds of people dancing to the DJ's 90-minute set of (mostly) classics.
Drummer Leslie Rasmussen blamed the victim for drinking on the night Brock raped her, and said that we need to "stop worrying about being politically correct every second of the day."
There will also be a free performance from the newly-reunited Wolf Parade.
New witness accounts emerge and the dive-bar breaks its silence.
The group gave a blistering, nearly-90-minute set in front of thousands of fans, a big chunk of whom spent the whole show going nuts.
Catch Neko Case, Sleigh Bells, Best Coast, Built to Spill, Run the Jewels and tons more.
See the return of Thee Oh Sees from its we-only-released-one-LP-so-you-can-call-it-a "hiatus."
Tickets are $10, but memories last a lifetime.
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