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  • This Week in Film: April 25, 2014
    Opening this week in New York, a surprisingly good documentary about bears, narrated by an avuncular John C. Reilly, a Hithcockian thriller set on a train, and a lip-bitingly tense movie about a wannabe killer who might actually go through with the thing. As usual, click on the movie's title to...
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  • Sigmar Polke's Aesthetic Escape at MoMA
    'Alibis: Sigmar Polke 1963–2010': This powerful show at the Museum of Modern Art pays witness not only to Polke's conceptual brilliance and technical virtuosity but also to the perverse ego that drove him. Read more by R. C. Baker: "Sigmar Polke's Aesthetic Escape Velocity on View at MoMA."
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  • The World's Fair Pavilion in Queens Opens for One Day
    50 years to the day after the 1964’s World Fair opened to the public, the now-closed-off pavilion opened for tours for just four hours on Tuesday, April 22, 2014. It's all a part of a "six-month series of events to celebrate the 50th and 75th anniversaries of the 1964 and 1939 World’s Fairs,...
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  • RiFF RAFF at Irving Plaza
    Perhaps Riff Raff's existence, and subsequent ubiquity, in hip-hop was an inevitability. Perhaps it was written in the stars that a goofy white dude from Texas with corn rows, aspirations of superstardom and a penchant for describing normal things in terms of designer clothing would sign with...
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  • Betty Who at the Bowery Ballroom
    "Three months ago, I literally did not know what I was doing," Betty Who confided in one of many girlfriendly asides during her headlining set at the Bowery Ballroom Saturday night. What a difference three months can make. A viral video can kill a career as easily as it can make one, and while...
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  • Marijuana Supporters Light Up on 420 in Washington Square Park
    Approximately 100 activists and marijuana-lovers gathered at Washington Square Park in New York City yesterday for the annual 420 celebration. Many people present participated in a smoke-out, but only two people were given court summonses by the NYPD. Some were demanding marijuana legalization...
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  • Markus Schulz and Khomha at Webster Hall
    DJ's Markus Schulz and Khomha performed at Webster Hall on Saturday, April 19, 2014. Photos by Loren Wohl for the Village Voice.
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  • What Did You Get on Record Store Day?
    Photographer Emily Tan asked these people what they picked up on Record Store Day 2014 at Rough Trade in Williamsburg.
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  • Zyanose Bring Japanese D-Beat to Brooklyn
    On Friday April 18, 2014 the Acheron (57 Waterbury St., Brooklyn) played host to one of a handful of punk shows for this weekend's New York's Alright festival. The night started late at 11 p.m. but that didn't stop anyone from coming and lining up around the corner for a sold-out show. Things...
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  • Hipsters Taking Selfies at Coachella
    It's Coachella. You knew there was going to be selfies. All images by Josue Rivas. See Also Death Will Never Kill Coachella's Drug CultureThe Tattoos of Coachella 2014 The Lovely Ladies of Coachella 2014
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  • Two Photographers Dig Into Genres We Thought We Knew
    Within a block of each other on the Lower East Side, two photographers who dig into genres we thought we already knew — Heather Bennett uses self-portraiture to don various personas, Katherine Newbegin takes long exposures of empty interiors — manage to uncover fresh faces and new spaces. Here...
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  • A Day in the Life of an NYC Marijuana Messenger
    Desmond* has been a weed courier on and off for almost four years. He's in his mid-twenties now, but he was still in college when he heard about the opportunity through a classmate. He works three days a week, and makes, on average, 15 deliveries a day. If he makes more than 20, he gets a free...
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