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“There goes a lovely unique NYC character. I feel lucky to have known him," said Debbie Harry.
The punk rock bar had been in the neighborhood for 20 years.
'Enjoy your drugs and fuckin’ have a happy death.'
"He's the only candidate that when he opens his mouth to say something, my first thought isn't immediately bullshit or that he's reading a script that's been written for him by lobbyists and corporations."
Over 100 bands played on Saturday—for just $45.
ATP turned the manic, miserable, cliche of the overcrowded city festival into a relaxing, punk rock gondola ride.
A friendly conversation between your Uncle Mitch and a Steely Dan detractor, as they try to make sense of Tuesday's concert at the Beacon Theater.
Brooklyn Ink tells us that the first rule of Punk Rock Pillow
Todd P is known around town as one of the hardest working
The personal assistant accused of killing her boss, realtor Linda Stein, claims
It’s become quite fashionable for the “downtown” theater scene to inject
Last week demolition was underway at the former CBGB. At the
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