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  • Cro-Mags and Fucked Up at House of Vans
    Punks old and young gathered last Friday as Cro-Mags and Fucked Up headlined the latest massive, free party at House of Vans. Photos by Nate "Igor" Smith.
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  • The Fine Ladies of Mad Decent Block Party
    The party at South Street Seaport was a steamy 90F and sunny for much of the day. Go figure.
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  • Still Life in Brooklyn
    Lauren Shockey explores New York's City's underground moonshine scene in Tracking Down The City's Moonshiners. Want to learn how to make your own moonshine? Check out her post on how to make moonshine.
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  • The Stars of Staten Island's Bridge & Tunnel
    The DeBartoli sisters are the original J-Woww and Snooki: sharper, prettier, more discriminating, less scatological, but no less entertaining. They too tease their hair and speak at high volumes. They too vacation in Atlantic City (when they can afford it). They too are owned by MTV, though...
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  • Another PS1 Warmup
    The latest PS1 Warmup went down July 24 and featured DJ sets by Gang Gang Dance, Lunice, and Syd tha Kyd. Plus sets by Laurel Halo and Miracles Club. Photos by Laura June Kirsch.
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  • Jellyboy Naked Trapeze Fundraiser (NSFW)
    On July 20, Albert Cadabra hosted a fundraiser show at House of Yes for Jellyboy the Clown that included burlesque, music, stripping, sideshow acts, and magic, with performances by Gal Friday, Mat "The Seal Boy" Fraser, Donny Vomit & Heather Holiday, The Love Show, Matterz Squidling, Cheeky...
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  • The First Gay Marriages in NYC
    Scenes from the Manhattan Courthouse on Same-Sex Sunday. Read more about it here, and checkout our city-wide coverage of the big day here.
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  • The Clutch Rocks-Off Boat Cruise
    On Thursday July 21, Rocks Off hosted two sold-out shows by Maryland hard rockers Clutch. In keeping with the seafaring event, the constantly touring band played nautically-themed songs from their repertoire. The second cruise didn't return to port until 2:30am Friday morning.
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  • Inside Sa Aming Nayon
    Lauren Shockey reviews Sa Aming Nayon, a Filipino restaurant that has opened in the East Village; Liz Barclay photographs.
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