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  • Critical Mass Manhattan: June 2014
    Manhattan's Critical Mass bike rides roll out on the last Friday of each month from Union Square at 7 p.m. Photographer C.S. Muncy brings back these images from the one on Friday, June 27, 2014.
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  • The Rebirth Brass Band Brings NOLA to NYC
    Governors Island Beach Club was transformed on June 27, 2014 into the French Quarter of New Orleans through live jazz music and crawfish at the first-ever NolaFunk Crawfish & Music Fest, where New Orleans was brought to New York. Hundreds showed up to dig their hands in crawfish. The main...
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  • Infest at the Acheron, 6/27/14
    On Friday, June 27, power-violence legends Infest came to the Acheron in East Williamsburg to bring Brooklyn their brand of fast-paced hardcore. With support from other hardcore acts Chain Rank, Hounds of Hate and Magrudergrind, the small punk venue was filled to capacity and the crowd was...
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  • "Born in the Bronx" Shows Hip-Hop's Infancy
    The personal archives of hip hop's grand architect Afrika Bambaataa were on view Thursday night at an opening party for "Born in the Bronx," a show at curated by Johan Kugelberg at Gavin Brown's enterprise (620 Greenwich Street). The was much more to see and buy in the show, that runs through...
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  • White Lung at Saint Vitus
    Punk bands White Lung (Vancouver) and Pop. 1280 (New York) kicked off their tour on Wednesday, June 25 at Saint Vitus (1120 Manhattan Avenue) in Brooklyn, with support from noise act Uniform. The Greenpoint metal bar was sold out for the show. Photos by Rob Menzer for the Village Voice.
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  • tUnE-yArDs at Webster Hall
    Merrill Garbus aka tUnE-yArDs performed closed our her brief two-night run (both sold-out shows) at Webster Hall on Monday. Sylvan Esso opened the show. Photos by Sachyn Mital for the Village Voice. Read our review of this concert over at Sound of the City.
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  • Leave the Studio: Yoga in Times Square
    New Yorkers had a reason to visit Times Square over the weekend as hundreds of people participated in the annual Day of Yoga, Meditation and Ayurveda. The event (which actually took part over two days) allowed seasoned practitioners, amateurs, and even tourists to take part in a number of...
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  • Who Makes the Music of New York?
    It was the longest day of the year on June 21 (official sunrise and sunset: 5:24:51 a.m. and 8:30:53 p.m.), as Make Music New York saw its eighth year. An event inspired by the Fete de la Musique in Paris, more than 1,300 free musical performances took place across the five boroughs to...
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  • Dum Dum Girls at Celebrate Brooklyn
    Dum Dum Girls played the Prospect Park Bandshell Saturday night at Celebrate Brooklyn, with Hospitality and TEEN opening the show. Photos by Sachyn Mital for the Village Voice.
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  • People of the 2014 Coney Island Mermaid Parade
    One of the highlights of summer in New York is the Coney Island Mermaid Parade. This year, Mayor Bill de Blasio and family took part as well. Photos by C.S. Muncy for the Village Voice. See photos from previous years' parades here.
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  • The Year in NYC NSFW Photos (So Far)
    Take a spin through 2014 (so far) in photos you probably should not look at while at work, because all of these people enjoy being naked.
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  • The 10 Best Ice Creams in NYC, 2014 Edition
    Ice cream may have centuries-old roots, but technology and globalization are helping scoop shops push the frozen treat's boundaries with ambitious flavors and toppings. And while it's true that the city's old guard delis, diners, and malt shops are slowly fading away, you can still find a few...
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