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2006 Stories by Tricia Romano

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  • Boogie Rights

    published July 18, 2006

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  • Siren and Its Aftersongs

    published July 11, 2006

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  • Staying in Shape

    published July 11, 2006

    Love them or hate them—and the trend is shifting toward the latter—the MisShapes still throw the best party in New York. After... More >>

  • May the Nation With the Most Hotties Prevail

    published July 4, 2006

    If you are going to watch a World Cup semifinal match between Germany and Italy, there's really only one place to do it: Zum Schneider, the... More >>

  • Head-Butt Seriously

    published July 4, 2006

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  • Joisey Summer Nights!

    published June 27, 2006

    It was summer at the New Jersey Seaside Heights boardwalk, and everything was in its right place. Videos of the Boss flickered on the... More >>

  • Hot Nights, Summer in Jersey

    published June 27, 2006

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  • Get Off on the Bus

    published June 20, 2006

    If, like Camille Paglia, you think gay men have all the fun, you've obviously never hung out with the lusty ladies from the Park Slope... More >>

  • Lesbian Drive-By Adventure

    published June 20, 2006

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  • Shocking, But Not Surprising

    published June 13, 2006

    The first time I saw reknowned drag performer Kevin Aviance was at Twilo in 1997. Junior Vasquez's signature stompy house served as... More >>

  • Hütz to the Rescue

    published June 6, 2006

    For those who complain about the lame state of New York nightlife, I have a solution: Eugene Hütz. For those who bemoan boring bands... More >>

  • Having a Blast at the Gogol Bordello Show

    published June 6, 2006

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  • Ass You Like It

    published May 30, 2006

    I've never interviewed a real Ass before. I mean, I've had my fair share of assholes (you know who you are), Jackasses ( Steve-O),... More >>

  • Butt Seriously

    published May 30, 2006

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  • Layo & Bushwacka Rise Again

    published May 30, 2006

    When tech house was tops, Layo & Bushwacka were the kings. But since everything's gone minimal, their funky, lush, layered productions have been... More >>

  • The Sober Bunch

    published May 23, 2006

    It's somewhere between 2 and 4 a.m. and everyone is wasted. It could be any night, any club, anywhere. But tonight, it's a freakishly cold March... More >>

  • Almost Famous

    published May 23, 2006

    If there were a Fame-o-Meter, I'd fall somewhere between the homeless guy on the corner and the crazy person talking to the trash can. Following... More >>

  • The Wu-Tang Clan of the DJ Set

    published May 23, 2006

    While those of us on the West Coast were getting schooled in rave culture by purveyors of squishy, hug-friendly tunes by Hardkiss and Rabbit in... More >>

  • Music

    published May 16, 2006

    Longtime local DJ and radio personality Jeannie Hopper, of Liquid Sound Lounge fame, in addition to being a musical connoisseur who specializes in... More >>

  • Mythology

    published May 16, 2006

    You know Maripol even if you don't know Maripol. She's the '80s icon behind the '80s icons. Those black rubber bracelets you wore in junior... More >>

  • Mythology

    published May 16, 2006

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  • Exclusive: Fight! Fight! Fight!

    published May 9, 2006

    Three fights, one night. On Saturday, pandemonium broke out in three different New York clubs. At the Tribeca Grand, Axl Rose and Sean... More >>

  • Music

    published May 9, 2006

    In a city where a club's life span is a mere blink and a party's is even less, it's inspiring to see something last beyond the fickle trends. ... More >>

  • Music

    published May 2, 2006

    If Destroy Rock & Roll, Mylo's unexpectedly pretty, poppy dance record, kills rock 'n' roll, it kills it softly. His DJ sets, however,... More >>

  • On Russia, With Love

    published May 2, 2006

    They say Jews and Italians are basically the same, but with different food. I think it's really Russians and Italians who are the same—or... More >>

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