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2002 Stories by Tricia Romano

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  • Something Smells Fishy

    published December 31, 2002

    The transformation of the meatpacking district from seedy artist underworld to rich and slick playground is complete. Recent reports that David... More >>

  • NY Mirror

    published December 31, 2002

    Since things are usually quiet around these parts after New Year's, I'm afraid the pickings are slim, but there is good news in the form of two... More >>

  • A Murray Murray Christmas!

    published December 24, 2002

    The holidays have been so enjoyable this year: Maybe it's the tree in my living room, with its blinking lights and presents—or maybe it's all... More >>

  • Listings

    published December 24, 2002

    Why pay a $500 cover for the right to sit in smelly booths and drink overpriced magnums of Cristal when you can shell out $20 (with invite) and... More >>

  • Knocked Up

    published December 17, 2002

    The million-dollar question: If Johnny Knoxville is two feet away from you, what do you do? Well, the jackass was sitting across from us at... More >>

  • Listings

    published December 17, 2002

    With Body & Soul gone, there's been a huge gap in the early-Sunday party circuit. But former B&S DJ Danny Krivit has helped fill the... More >>

  • Listings

    published December 10, 2002

    'Tis the season for holiday parties—which means getting stupid drunk with your boss. You can party with other people's superiors at S.O.B.'s... More >>

  • License to Ill

    published December 10, 2002

    If there's doubt that the cabaret law is being used by the cops to shut down events at will, then a recent Brooklyn bust is further proof. The... More >>

  • Who's the Boss?

    published December 3, 2002

    We hear there's already trouble brewing at the newly opened Estate (né the Limelight). Neighborhood watchdogs the Flatiron Alliance are... More >>

  • Listings

    published December 3, 2002

    Since electro is now the status quo, I'd say it's high time for a new revival. Sorted, the retro acid-house party ("music from London,... More >>

  • The Safety Dance

    published November 26, 2002

    In the winter of 1999, a small army of cops, firefighters, and inspectors descended unannounced on the Cooler, the now defunct meatpacking... More >>

  • A Crash Course in Cabarets

    published November 26, 2002

    1926 The cabaret law is created to crack down on multiracial Harlem jazz clubs. "Most of the jazz in 1926 was being played in clubs in... More >>

  • Pucker Up

    published November 26, 2002

    W.I.T.'s Melissa Burns's puckered-up pout is seemingly everywhere, but apparently it's been a few more places than even we knew... More >>

  • Listings

    published November 26, 2002

    It's Thanksgiving week, and while most of us are going to be trapped at the 'rents' house, discussing mundane things like (a) why you don't have a... More >>

  • Monsters Rock

    published November 19, 2002

    Times are tough for the music industry, but even tougher for local indie record stores. Techno shop Temple Records closed down this past May,... More >>

  • Listings

    published November 19, 2002

    A boat party in the middle of winter? Seems a bit insane, but the Matter:/Form boys sweeten the deal: Heated dancefloors, some free booze if you... More >>

  • Busted on Bleecker

    published November 12, 2002

    Mayor Bloomberg's Silent Night project—which "targets areas plagued by loud and excessive noise"—is wreaking havoc on Bleecker... More >>

  • Listings

    published November 12, 2002

    Electro will not go away. Maybe electroclash, but electro ain't leaving us anytime soon. One of the artists destined to have some staying... More >>

  • Horns and Halos

    published November 5, 2002

    I don't know what the big deal about CMJ is. Things are exactly the same as they... More >>

  • Listings

    published November 5, 2002

    After last week's CMJ-Halloween orgy, things are going to seem awfully quiet around these parts—which makes it the perfect week to jump start... More >>

  • Hip-Hop Hooray

    published October 29, 2002

    And now, a different '80s revival. At B.B. King's on October 21, a celebration of hip-hop history coincided with the release of Ernie... More >>

  • Listings

    published October 29, 2002

    It's ghosts and ghouls time—which means there are a number of parties with really creative names, like Masquerade Ball and... More >>

  • I'm (Not) on the List

    published October 22, 2002

    Manhattan clubs are well known for their exclusivity, but when is a door policy racist? Doormen at upscale nightclubs discriminate all the... More >>

  • Listings

    published October 22, 2002

    My desktop currently features a ridiculous press photo of Swayzak boys James and Broon in silly poses against a backdrop of banana splits. I bring... More >>

  • Mr. Nice Guy

    published October 15, 2002

    Most celebrities will build entire fortresses to maintain their privacy. But DJ Danny Tenaglia does the opposite: He goes out of his way to... More >>

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