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  • Christopher Street's Gay Marriage Celebrations
    Joyful revelers flocked to Christopher Street after gay marriage passed last night. Read a report on what went down here, and follow our continuing coverage of gay marriage here. Photos by C.S. Muncy.
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  • Astor Room
    Astor Room © Liz Barclay Check out Lauren Shockey's review of The Astor Roomhere
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  • Phayul
    Phayul © Liz Barclay Check out Robert Sietsema's review of Phayul here
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  • Hospital Ships in New York
    Lawrence, Kansas based indie rock band Hospital Ships stopped by the Williamsburg Music Hall June 21 to promote their new album Lonely Twin. After exploring the city the guys also charmed yet another crowd with an acoustic rooftop set.
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  • Iceage at "Other Music" Record Store
    Danish post-punk band, Iceage, celebrated their debut album, New Brigade, release at the packed "Other Records" Wednesday night. Iceage has been receiving recent attention especially after their memorable set at Brooklyn's Pubic Assembly during Northside Festival. You can check out their...
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  • The Queer Issue: Jeff Palmer Photographs
    More about the 2011's Queer Issue cover photographer: "I work almost totally in black and white. I enjoy removing the image one step out of reality where the textural, sculptural and sensual qualities of light on the body come into focus. It elevates the scene out of the ordinary color-filled...
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  • Cheryl: Administrative Soul Party
    Envisioning some day dream hallucination of your average Joe or Jane Cubicle, Cheryl threw a party this past Saturday, June 11 at Gowanus' Bell House replete with sticky-note gowns, secretary garb, and inexplicable Batman masks.
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  • Fools Gold's Swimming with Sharks Party
    Fools Gold's LA party Swimming with Sharks launched a New York edition this past Saturday, June 11, at Le Bain.
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  • Cults at Music Hall of Williamsburg
    Read Benjamin Lozovsky's post about the buzz band's homecoming show over at Sound of the City. Or enjoy a dozen shots of front woman Madeline Follin's dreamy mug. (Some of Brian Oblivion and the rest of the band, too.)
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