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  • September 2014 in Photos
    Before summer 2014 wrapped up, New York had its final string of music festivals, outdoor parties, New York Fashion Week and the start of the New York Film Festival. The Voice also published memorable photos in its news section, including images from Flood Wall Street and People's Climate March...
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  • "New York City" Is the Theme of This Haunted House
    From riding the subway in the violent 1970s, to fending off giant roaches, to battling rats and alligators who took over downtown after Hurricane Sandy, Nightmare NYC's 2014 haunted attraction uses the city as its inspiration. The haunted attraction features an impressively fabricated subway...
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  • People of the Medieval Festival in Manhattan
    "Manhattan's Fort Tryon Park is transformed into a medieval market town decorated with bright banners and processional flags," is the description afforded by the Washington Heights and Inwood Development Corporation, organizers of the annual Medieval Festival, which took place on Sunday,...
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  • New York, a World Capital for Burlesque
    Dubbed the "Saturday Spectacular," the mega burlesque show on September 27, 2014 at B.B. King Blues Club and Grill (237 West 42nd Street), was a highlight of the 12th annual New York Burlesque Festival, which wraps up on Sunday with the annual Golden Pastie Awards. The festival attracts female...
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  • Cheers from Brooklyn Pour, Our Annual Craft Beer Festival
    More than 100 beers from 70 breweries were on tap at the Village Voice's fourth-annual Brooklyn Pour craft beer festival on Saturday, September 27 at Skylight One Hanson, home of the original Williamsburgh Savings Bank in Fort Greene, Brooklyn. Victor Castro of Wet Paint brings back these...
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  • The Weirdest Zine Covers at the NY Art Book Fair
    The zine tent of Printed Matter, Inc.'s annual New York Art Book Fair at MoMA PS 1 (22-25 Jackson Ave.) in Long Island City is a popular attraction each year for the gloriously weird one-off novelty zines, vintage pamphlets from decades ago, and beautiful photography. Nate "Igor" Smith brings...
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  • Red Carpet Photos from the Gone Girl Premiere
    Before it opens nationwide on October 3, David Fincher's Gone Girl, an adaption of the Gillian Flynn novel, premiered on Friday, September 26 at the New York Film Festival at Alice Tully Hall. Photos by Zachary D. Roberts for the Village Voice. See also: The Voice's complete NYFF 52...
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  • Flood Wall Street Takes Over Financial District
    In a harder-edged follow-up to Sunday's massive People's Climate March, a couple thousand people took part in "Flood Wall Street" today; dressed in blue, they marched from Battery Park to the Financial District, staging a sit-in in the area around the Wall Street bull. Photos by C.S. Muncy for...
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  • The People's Climate March Floods Manhattan
    The massive crowd was estimated to be around 300,000 for the People's Climate March on Sunday, September 21 in midtown Manhattan, held ahead of UN Climate Summit on Tuesday. The mass of people began its march at Columbus Circle around noon and marched downtown to 42nd street, then heading west...
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  • Who Wu It Better? Wu-Tang Clan Stans Show Off Their Merch
    Wu-Tang Clan and the Diplomats came together for the Source 360 show on Saturday, September 20, 2014 at the Barclays Center. As at any Wu-Tang show, there was plenty of Wu Wear and other Wu-Tang merch on display. In a gallery we're calling "Who Wu It Better?" we show the best and worst in the...
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  • Discwoman Sweats It Out at Bossa Nova Civic Club
    DISCWOMAN, a female-based music platform founded by Emma Burgess-Olson (UMFANG), Frankie Decaiza Hutchinson (GALORE MAG), Christine Tran (WITCHES) held its weekend-long festival festival at Bossa Nova Civic Club (1271 Myrtle Avenue in Brooklyn), and on Saturday night, audiences experienced DJ...
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  • Massive Photo Exhibit Photoville Opens in Shipping Containers
    More than 200 artists and thousands of photos will be displayed inside and on shipping containers in Brooklyn Bridge Park through Sunday, September 28 in the annual Photoville exhibit which opened on Thursday. Photos by Rob Menzer for the Village Voice.
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