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  • The People's Climate March Floods Manhattan
    The massive crowd was estimated to be around 300,000 for the People's Climate March on Sunday, September 21 in midtown Manhattan, held ahead of UN Climate Summit on Tuesday. The mass of people began its march at Columbus Circle around noon and marched downtown to 42nd street, then heading west...
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  • Who Wu It Better? Wu-Tang Clan Stans Show Off Their Merch
    Wu-Tang Clan and the Diplomats came together for the Source 360 show on Saturday, September 20, 2014 at the Barclays Center. As at any Wu-Tang show, there was plenty of Wu Wear and other Wu-Tang merch on display. In a gallery we're calling "Who Wu It Better?" we show the best and worst in the...
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  • Discwoman Sweats It Out at Bossa Nova Civic Club
    DISCWOMAN, a female-based music platform founded by Emma Burgess-Olson (UMFANG), Frankie Decaiza Hutchinson (GALORE MAG), Christine Tran (WITCHES) held its weekend-long festival festival at Bossa Nova Civic Club (1271 Myrtle Avenue in Brooklyn), and on Saturday night, audiences experienced DJ...
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  • Massive Photo Exhibit Photoville Opens in Shipping Containers
    More than 200 artists and thousands of photos will be displayed inside and on shipping containers in Brooklyn Bridge Park through Sunday, September 28 in the annual Photoville exhibit which opened on Thursday. Photos by Rob Menzer for the Village Voice.
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  • The 20 Best-Dressed Fans at How to Dress Well
    How to Dress Well, the stage name of Chicago songwriter Tom Krell, and Nite Jewel -- LA native Ramona Gonzalez -- performed on Wednesday night, September 17, 2014 at Irving Plaza. Photographer Jena Ardell brings back these photos of the musicians and their sartorial fans.
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  • Public Enemy Take Over Brooklyn Bowl
    Makers of one of the best NYC rap albums ever and one of the "most New York" albums ever, Public Enemy played an intimate one-off show on Tuesday, September 16 at Brooklyn Bowl in Williamsburg. Photos by Emily Tan for the Village Voice.
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  • Roxy Paine's Mind-Blowing Wooden Realism
    "Denuded Lens," Roxy Paine's trompe l'oeil exhibition of meticulously carved wood sculptures, is on view through October 18, 2014 at the Marianne Boesky Gallery (509 West 24th Street). Read our complete review of the exhibition here: "Roxy Paine Will Warp Your Brain," by Christian...
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  • Lorde at JBL Live at Pier 97
    Lorde performed on Sunday, September 14 at JBL Live at Pier 97. Photos by Santiago Felipe for the Village Voice.
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  • Street Food's Best Compete at the NYC Vendy Awards
    Adam Sobel's mobile vegan kitchen, Cinnamon Snail, claimed top prize at the Street Vendor Project's tenth-annual Vendy Awards, held Saturday afternoon on a sopping Governors Island. The non-profit's end-of-summer fundraiser attracted hundreds of food truck lovers unfazed by rain as they lined...
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  • Andrew Cuomo and Bill de Blasio March in the Feast of San Gennaro
    New York's Italian governor and New York City's Italian mayor marched in New York's most Italian thing -- the annual Feast of San Gennaro's grand procession on Saturday afternoon, September 13, 2014. The duo stopped for Italian sausages along the way. The feast continues through September 21....
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  • Karen O at Le Poisson Rouge
    To celebrate the release of her long-awaited album Crush Songs, Karen O performed a string of intimate NYC shows, wrapping up with a performance at Le Poisson Rouge on Friday, September 12, which came after three nights at the McKittrick Hotel. Photos by Emily Tan for the Village Voice. See...
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  • Chromeo and Big Freedia in Central Park
    The Queen of Bounce, Big Freedia, told the audience she was not allowed to bring up anyone up to the stage for some group rump-shaking on Friday, September 12 during her performance at Rumsey Playfield in Central Park, so her back-up dancers handled their twerking duties with extra diligence....
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