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Elvis Costello Jim Brady's Tuesday, June 2 Introduced by Matt Pinfield! We (we = mostly 101.9 WRXP contest winners) have gathered at Jim Brady's, an Irish pub near Wall Street: After ordering a pint, you can turn 90 degrees and watch Sportscenter on a projection screen, and turn another 90 degre ... More >>
Clip Job: an excerpt every day from the Voice archivesMarch 14, 1963, Vol. VIII, No. 21Coffee-House CassiusBy Stephanie GervisIn one of the most bizarre triumphs since P.T. Barnum had two of his midgets ceremonially married at Greenwich Village's Grace Episcopal Church, in the middle of nineteenth c ... More >>
New vegetarian restaurant on lower Lexington Avenue concentrates on India's Tamil Nadu
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Charles Mee's wilt-a-whirl
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NYC Rocks Down to Electro Avenue
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