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  • Cults at Webster Hall (With Freddie Gibbs)
    Cults took the stage Thursday night at Webster Hall for a "brief...but spirited" set. What no one predicted was the surprise appearance of Freddie Gibbs. The Indiana MC joined the band for a remix of "Bad Things." Read our Music Editor Maura Johnston's write-up of the show here. ALL PHOTOS BY...
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  • Pazz & Jop's Top 25 Albums of 2011
    This year, 700 Pazz & Jop voters submitted their Top 10 albums and singles. With albums, they have 100 points to divide among their Top 10 picks, with each entry receiving no more than 30 points or less than 5. There's no point-ranking system for the singles category, which remains amorphous,...
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  • Zombie Prom at the Bell House
    On Friday the 13th, the Bell House hosted Zombie Prom, a night of drinking, dancing, and withering flesh falling off the bones of infected revelers. Undead band The Engagements played for the couples and our living photographer Paul Quitoriano was there in a full hazmat suit to capture the...
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  • OWS Rallies on MLK Day
    On Monday, January 16th, members of the Occupy Wall Street movement marched and held a rally to commemorate Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Day. Our photographer C.S. Muncy was in the Financial District to capture the scene. ALL PHOTOS BY C.S. MUNCY.
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  • I Just Want My Pants Back Party at Public Assembly
    A month before it premieres, MTV held a party for its new show "I Just Want My Pants Back" at Public Assembly in Brooklyn. Com Truise, The Juan Maclean, and DJ Justin Miller performed and, according to reports, were all wearing pants. ALL PHOTOS BY LAURA JUNE KIRSCH.
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  • 2012 Inked Release Party (NSFW)
    On Monday, Inked had their December/January release party at Stash, hosted by Coeur de Pirate. ALL PHOTOS BY NATE "IGOR" SMITH
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  • Photos: The Re-Occupation of Zuccotti Park
    The barricades that have surrounded Zuccotti Park ever since Occupy Wall Street was evicted in November 2011 came down on January 10, 2012. Voice reporter Nick Pinto and photographer C.S. Muncy were there to document the re-occupation. Read Nick Pinto's report "The Re-Occupation of Zuccotti Park."
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  • The Most Powerless New Yorkers
    Have you noticed that power lists, which have been spreading like the clap lately, tell you things you already know about the rich and famous and give publicity to people who already have more of it than they know what to do with? For the rest of us, here's a power list to get 2012 going in the...
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  • Van Halen in the village
    Van Halen -- they're back! Photographer Emmanuel Garcia captures David Lee Roth entering through the front door, and the frenetic scene outside Cafe Wha?
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  • 2012 NYC Winter Jazzfest
    "A festival devoted to new ideas and the performers preoccupied with furthering them." Read the Benjamin Lozovsky's "Live: Winter Jazzfest Breaks Down Boundaries And Confounds Expectations" ALL PHOTOS BY BENJAMIN LOZOVSKY
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  • Burning Man 2012: A Fiery Heart
    For many, fire performance and art form the heart of Burning Man. The first conclave-wide fire choreography from 2004 was referred to as the pulse, and a relationship with fire is seen throughout the art, art cars, and performances throughout the week. Here is a small sample of fire culture at...
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  • No Pants Subway Ride 2012
    Improv Everywhere, the New York City-based "prank collective that causes scenes of chaos and joy in public places," organizes this mission, which involves random passengers who act as if they don't know each other and board a subway car at separate stops without pants. See past year's photos...
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