By Dan Moore Rock Band is over. Well--kind of over. It's been "over" in the people-who-wouldn't-otherwise-touch-a-Playstation-caring-about-it sense since a few months after Beatles Rock Band came out, but now it's "over" inasmuch as after April 2, when "American Pie" will be released (nice timing), ... More >>
Here's a round-up of music stories we're reading this week, clever girl.
Depending on your life outlook, having a birthday on February 29 is either really cool (yay for uniqueness) or really sucky (too bad you can only celebrate on your actual birthday once every four years). Well, if your birthday happens to be today, Leap Day, many New York City restaurants and bars ar ... More >>
Yo, NYC Yaliens, step your game up: the kids working in the Obama administration are the definitive post-grads, and the subject of a massive New York Times magazine feature today entitled, "All the Obama 20-Somethings." They're charged with organizing the lives of the establishment Old Guar ... More >>
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Revealed: Everything you wanted to know—or didn't—about Canuck headbangers
Though a few passers-by by mumbled derogatory comments under their breath, and at least one guy hurled insults from the back of a passing taxi, most of those who passed the hundreds of gamers lined up outside of the Midtown Best Buy last night simply were just curious: "What's this line for?" They ... More >>
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