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    Gloomy Gus and Perky Pete Read the News

    by Tom Tomorrow on July 18, 2006
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    Supreme Court Obscenity - Imprisoned by the Supreme Court, Ralph Ginzburg and First Amendment survived

    "Obscenity" is a bag of smoke used to conceal one's dislikes with regards to aspects of sex. - The late Ralph Ginzburg, First Amendment warrior, in The New York Times, July 7, 2006 There are as many different definitions of obscenity as there ...

    by Nat Hentoff on July 18, 2006
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    Rockie Weekly Horoscope July 21-27

    General Forecast Martial law or another revolution? This weekend, for the first time in the USAs 230-year history, progressed Mars will turn retrograde. ("A day for a year is how secondary progressions work, e.g., 230 days after our...

    by Rockie Gardiner on July 18, 2006
  • Simpson Verdict - New Ashlee plays the Victoria's Secret Pajama Party

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    Simpson Verdict - New Ashlee plays the Victoria's Secret Pajama Party

    "We like to do things larger than life," declared Victoria's Secret Pink spokeswoman Sara Tervo, the day before the massive promotional bash for PINK, the company's loungewear line for college-age girls. What was billed as the World's Largest Pajama...

    by Corina Zappia on July 18, 2006
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    A Blast from the Past

    "Right about here is where go-go boys used to dance" my friend remarked one Friday evening about our table's location as we sipped bourbon cosmos at M&R Bar. He was referring to the last occupantsthe Slidean infamous gay watering hole where free sh...

    by Jessie Pascoe on July 18, 2006
  • Monday+Tuesday 7/31 & 8/1

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    Monday+Tuesday 7/31 & 8/1

    One of the best reasons to see the Black Heart Procession live is to hear singer Pall Jenkins do his strange, heartsick croon to "It's a Crime I Never Told You About the Diamonds in Your Eyes" (a song Johnny Cash planned to cover just before he die...

    on July 18, 2006
  • Wednesday 7/26

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    Wednesday 7/26

    [Music] Hip-hop Homecoming Old-skool takes it back to the Boogie Down In the rap game, there have always been real MCs and wannabes; the Cold Crush Brothers (consisting of Easy A.D., Almighty Kay Gee, Grandmaster Caz, JDL, and DJs Charlie C...

    on July 18, 2006
  • Thursday 7/27

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    Thursday 7/27

    [Books] In Bloom Did Kurt Cobain fake his death and move to Ohio? Having successfully chronicled the career one of indie rock's most beloved bands in Guided by Voices: A Brief History: Twenty-One Years of Hunting Accidents in the Forests of R...

    on July 18, 2006
  • Silence of the Lam - Accused of sexually abusing young boys, a Brooklyn rabbi lit for Israel 22 years ago. Now one alleged victim wants him brought back for trial.

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    Silence of the Lam - Accused of sexually abusing young boys, a Brooklyn rabbi lit for Israel 22 years ago. Now one alleged victim wants him brought back for trial.

    Abe vividly remembers that wall. The "bragging wall," as he's come to call it, was crammed with certificates and diplomas. He remembers fixating on that wall as the Hasidic psychologist advised him on how to be a good boy. He fixated on it, too, whe...

    by Kristen Lombardi on July 18, 2006
  • Mind Games

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    Mind Games

    After only five weeks, Monday night bingo is sold out. There is not a chair or a bingo card to be had in Mo Pitkin's dining room cum bingo hall. On the tiny sweatbox stage, downtown "It" boy Murray Hill and his cantankerous drag-queen hostess Linda ...

    by Silke Tudor on July 18, 2006
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    Court Date for Bernie's Pals - But this is one case America's mayor doesn't want going to trial

    It was an overwhelming voter turnout on conservative Staten Island back in 1993 that first propelled Rudy Giuliani into City Hallthence on to fame and fortune. But the political ambitions of the man they call America's Mayor could now be at risk, th...

    by Tom Robbins on July 18, 2006
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    Yankee Lobbyists on Taxpayers' Tab - Circling the bases: Documents reveal city paid the team's lobbyists and execsfor lobbying city and state officials

    City documents newly uncovered by the Voice reveal that the New York Yankees billed city tax- payers hundreds of thousands of dollars for the salaries of team execs and high-powered consultants to lobby the city and state, thanks to the team's sweeth...

    by Neil deMause on July 18, 2006
  • Annie Get Your Cell Phone Gun - The Crobar shooting inspires odd rumors, while the anti-cabaret laws inspire ballet.

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    Annie Get Your Cell Phone Gun - The Crobar shooting inspires odd rumors, while the anti-cabaret laws inspire ballet.

    In a time when bouncers are allegedly murderers and clubs are scary drug-and-death dens, the media are quick to jump on a clubs-are-bad storylike the July 13 shooting of two women at Crobar. Angelita Dunkley and Antoinette Bryan, two friends who b...

    by Tricia Romano on July 18, 2006
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    Letters

    Letter of the Week The 'ho down As one of those prudish, anti-sex feminists that Rachel Kramer Bussel refers to in her column "Fucking and Feminism" [Lusty Lady, July 1925] I hope to provide some insight into what our views truly look like. We...

    on July 18, 2006
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    NY Mirror

    I would die for you, dear readeror at least inconvenience myself a little. Just last week, I went all the way to Atlantic City to see MADONNA on a cross. But I guess it wasn't that much of a sacrificemine, that is. At least I could catch Maddy wit...

    by Michael Musto on July 18, 2006
  • Friday 7/28

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    Friday 7/28

    [Clubs] Non Voyage Jamming on the high seas Boat parties are usually fun in theory. When the vessel is rocking so much that you get nauseous, the music is bad, and you want to leave but can't, the experience can lose its flavor real quick. That...

    on July 18, 2006
  • Saturday 7/29

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    Saturday 7/29

    [Music] Sick Show ER doctor fronts legendary punk band There's good news and just plain bizarre news about the Germs "reunion" show. The good news is that three-fourths of the legendary L.A. punk band's original members, Pat Smear, Lorna Doom,...

    on July 18, 2006
  • Sunday 7/30

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    Sunday 7/30

    [Tour] Hike-and-Seek With its fantastic views of the Brooklyn Bridge and the East River, terrific restaurants, and still plenty of gritty industrial charm (it's not all luxury condos . . . yet), DUMBO is one of Brooklyn's finest neighborhoods. I...

    on July 18, 2006
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    Horoscope

    ARIES (March 21April 19): "The honest man must be a perpetual renegade," said French essayist Charles Pguy. The honest woman must be one too, I would add. While that's always a good rule to keep in mind, it will be especially apropos for you in the...

    by Rob Brezsny on July 18, 2006
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    Boogie Rights - Dancing against the cabaret law, Mayor Bloomberg's house, 7.22.06

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    by Tricia Romano on July 18, 2006
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