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2007 Stories by Annie Fischer

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  • Get Out of the Office

    published December 18, 2007

    I think it's possible that New York magazine bused in homely girls to further authenticate the atmosphere at its faux office party last... More >>

  • Holiday Jitters

    published December 11, 2007

    This Friday, New York gadabout (and, like, living national treasure) Isaac Mizrahi hosts a one-night-only holiday cabaret performance at the... More >>

  • The Populist Appeal of Robot Rock

    published December 4, 2007

    Kate Moss's questionable taste in men is made irrelevant by her unquestionable contributions to style—at least in the opinion of her adoring... More >>

  • An Interview With Virgin Donald Cumming

    published December 4, 2007

    This was the year that New York-based quartet the Virgins unleashed its brand of pop-rock on the U.S.-particularly legions of underage girls.... More >>

  • An Interview With Gogol Bordello's Eugene Hutz

    published December 4, 2007

    Since 1999, Gogol Bordello has built a buzz based primarily on its rowdy rock shows, but Ukrainian-born frontman Eugene Hutz is plucking... More >>

  • A Short Interview With Perez Hilton

    published December 4, 2007

    Gossip blogger and member of this year's Out 100 (the mag named him one of its favorite "provocateurs," natch), Perez Hilton once again... More >>

  • Slick Rick Interview

    published December 4, 2007

    This New Year's Eve, Studio B pairs hip-hop pioneer Slick Rick with Moby in what's certainly one of the most unexpected events of the night in... More >>

  • New Year's Eve 2008 Parties

    published December 4, 2007

    Aces and Eights Frat boys and the halter tops who love them will find themselves very much at home at this Upper East... More >>

  • Performances & Live Music

    published December 4, 2007

    Britney Spears owned 2008. With a camera there each time Brit flashed her biscuit, why would anyone focus instead on the climate crisis,... More >>

  • New Year's Eve 2008 Pursuits

    published December 4, 2007

    Affairs Afloat Affairs Afloat's paddleboat and two DJs bring Top 40, retro, R&B, and hip-hop to the Statue of Liberty... More >>

  • Noise vs. Cancer

    published November 27, 2007

    Steve Trimboli, the 54-year-old owner of Goodbye Blue Monday, a bar/coffeehouse/concert venue/resale shop he opened in 2005, is talking to a... More >>

  • Doom, But Not Gloom

    published November 13, 2007

    When a soundtrack of chirps swooped down onto an expectant crowd sitting cross-legged in a dark P.S.122 basement space Friday night, the tweedling... More >>

  • Blinded by the Lights

    published November 6, 2007

    The only thing worse than waking up with a crippling hangover Saturday morning is dragging said hangover to a packed club Saturday night. The... More >>

  • The Scrunchie Invasion

    published October 30, 2007

    The only lock-in I ever attended was in seventh grade, some youth-group-sponsored affair. We snuck through the narrow hallways after the... More >>

  • Free Beer, Carousels, Audio Assaults, and Bad Comedians

    published October 23, 2007

    Best Halloween costume I saw over the weekend: Mystery, Saturday night at Hi Fi. Jacket, hat, feather, eyeliner, and surrounded by... More >>

  • Cool Kids, Black Kids, Drunk Kids, Cute Kids

    published October 16, 2007

    The CMJ Music Marathon has never been a festival just for fans—at least not in the traditional sense, where music lovers trek to a city to... More >>

  • Not Degenerate Enough

    published October 9, 2007

    I don’t harbor the same deep-seated hatred for Moby that much of this city apparently does. The politics, the overexposure, the music, the... More >>

  • Motherfucker I'd Like to Film

    published October 2, 2007

    The documentary opens on the train. Director David Casey and crew are headed to the apartment of Motherfucker's Michael T, who answers the door in... More >>

  • Why Larry Tee Bothers

    published September 25, 2007

    DJs and dance music are constantly threatened in New York City these days, by cabaret-law chicanery and club-hopper apathy alike.... More >>

  • The God of Indulgence (and Anthropologie)

    published September 11, 2007

    A minor scare cut short the final freak-jazz performance Friday night at Brooklyn's Jack the Pelican Presents gallery—someone fell and... More >>

  • Williamsburg Dances Barefoot

    published September 4, 2007

    I walked past the doormen at the Music Hall of Williamsburg last Thursday thinking about which Fashion Week parties I was missing that night and... More >>

  • Extreme LES Makeover

    published August 21, 2007

    I'm a huge fan of bad television. I'll watch anything—even MTV. So I'm more familiar than I'd like to admit with Made, that... More >>

  • Sneaker Pimps

    published August 14, 2007

    Alife Sessions, the private concert series that kicked off last year with a counterintuitive pairing of John Mayer and Just Blaze, once again... More >>

  • Let's All Get Drunk Together

    published August 7, 2007

    After graduating from high school, Elizabeth Currid intended on going to Vassar. Her parents had a different agenda, shipping her off instead to... More >>

  • The Neurotic Boys of Summer

    published July 31, 2007

    Last Thursday marked the opening of Glory Hole, an art party helmed by Rachel Rosen and Natalia do Amaral Leite a few blocks from the Graham L... More >>

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