Nearly 200 people braved the winter chill last Friday afternoon at Union Square to rage against the influence of the corporate media machine. Specifically, they gathered to rage against hip-hop powerhouse radio station Hot 97. After a series of faux pas, most recently the uproar caused by the "Tsunami Song" and last week's shooting at the station's West Village headquarters, hip-hop fans from across the city—a multiracial mix of oldheads, activists, and teenagers—banded together at Union Square to... More >>>