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  • Lollapalooza: Riding the Storm Out
    Before a massive storm forced an event-wide evacuation on Saturday, August 4th, Lollapalooza was like any festival marred by a little rain: mud-soaked and fun. Check out these shots of the action before the authorities shut the party down. ALL PHOTOS BY LAURA JUNE KIRSCH See More From...
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  • Charlotte Ronson Runway Show
    No manic Lindsay Lohan in sight. The sole concentration here was the collection —and what a remarkable one it was.
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  • Best of the Pool Parties 2009
    Another summer gone, another season of Jelly NYC Pool Parties have come to a close. Here're some of this year's visual highlights.
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  • Strange Snacks of the World
    Naughty Tomatoes? Hannah Montana gummy guitars? A noodle sandwich? Our food writers find the strangest things in their travels. Fortunately for us, they make sure to document their delicious/gross/weird/horrendous discoveries—and report back on what they taste like.
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  • Let it Wii: A Magical Mystery Tour of Fab Four Video Games to Come
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  • Girl Talk Pool Party
    The East River Park hit its 8,500 person capacity for Girl Talk's free show on Sunday, and he brought enough of them up onstage to dance and to "break the stage," as he quipped. After something knocked out the power, teenie boppers booed and hissed until someone plugged back in, and Mr. Gregg...
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  • West Indian Day Parade, 2009
    The West Indian American Day Carnival Parade went off yesterday with the usual huge crowds and spectacular costumes, floats and sound trucks. Former Secretary of State Colin Powell served as Grand Marshal, Governor Paterson marched, thousands reveled, cops watched.
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  • House of Latex Ball
    House of Latex, a ballroom/party group within the LGBT community that doubles as an HIV-prevention and awareness organization, packed Roseland Ballroom for a huge party one August weekend.
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  • Naval Battle in Queens!
    Duke Riley spent his time as resident artist at Queen's Museum of Art constructing a flotilla of fighting vessels from which representatives of museums from across the city fought with baggettes and watermelon canons in the melted ice rink in Corona Park. (Queens Museum won.)
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