This weekend, Metallica will perform 1984's Ride the Lightning and 1991's Metallica during their Orion Music More Festival in Atlantic City. In the spirit of reviving those albums, frontman James Hetfield and lead guitarist Kirk Hammett talked about select tracks from each album. Today, they look ... More >>
A federal judge ruled today that a class action suit against the NYPD over the mass arrest of more than 700 people on the Brooklyn Bridge October 1 can go forward. The march over the vehicular roadway of the Brooklyn Bridge was one of the most visually dramatic events of the young Occupy Wall Stree ... More >>
Crazy celebrity stalkers and morbid ghost-seekers unite for a two-hour tour of the city's sites of notorious deaths (Heath Ledger, Keith Haring, Sid Vicious, "Crazy Joe" Gallo, Thomas Paine, to name a bunch)! And the tour vehicle is no smiley double-decker bus -- it's a hearse (actually a 196 ... More >>
Tomorrow the big Tea Party day of protests against taxes, Obama, socialism, and black helicopters. Let's see what the vibe is among the #teaparty twitterers: "I wonder how many will be under surveilance?" "MUST READ FOR TOMORROW: Heritage Talking Points for Tax Day Tea Party." "#TeaParty rap v ... More >>
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