Since it dropped in April, we've been big fans of Ratking's album So It Goes. You'll recall, we even said it has "redefined NYC hip-hop" and we certainly, after many more listens over these last few months, stick by that. To our minds, it's a frontrunner for NYC album of the year, as well as one of ... More >>
Get ready for your fare card to eat up even more of you budget. The MTA has announced that it needs to raise fare prices twice in the next four years, even though the city just hiked the base fare last March.
In hard partying news, Andrew W.K. has been tapped by the last remaining Ramone to provide lead vocals in Marky Ramone's Blitzkrieg - a Ramones cover band - on their upcoming world tour. Formerly led by Misfits' singer Michael Graves, Blitzkrieg has been carrying the torch of the Ramones' punk leg ... More >>
File Under: BIG THANGS POPPIN'! Brooklyn cool kids and Voice cover subjects Hunters have just inked a deal with the Mom Pop record label, the home of Big Deal bands like Sleigh Bells, Wavves, Metric, Tokyo Police Club, FIDLAR, Neon Indian, Freelance Whales, etc. etc., so on and so forth. They've a ... More >>
Part 1 in a series. Apart from GOProud and the Log Cabin Republicans, there is no doubt that all the major organizations which make up Gay Inc will be solidly behind President Obama in his reelection campaign over the next six months. (Mitt Romney may have once pandered to gay voters in Massachuset ... More >>
On October 18 Patrick Stump will release his solo debut Soul Punk (Island), a fantastic, hooky pop-soul record, full of choruses that soar into the stratosphere and crystalline lyrics. The Fall Out Boy lead singer plays every instrument on the record, and the album lays bare his appreciation for bot ... More >>
Bloomberg aims to help the young black and Latino men he has been throwing in jail for a decade
Wale and the world's most famous lesbian, togetherD.C. rapper Wale has awkwardly extricated himself from a scheduled appearance at a Memorial Day DC Black Pride event, part of a weekend described by Washington's Metro Weekly as a "gay pride day festival" for black gay, lesbian, bi, and trans ... More >>
Twitpic by shawberhood. The New York City Subway is not as padded nor as quiet as the D.C. Metro, but it's been about 12 years since we've had a collision of trains in service, and 18 years since we've have a passenger fatality. At least two people are reported killed by a collision on the Metro's ... More >>
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