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  • Mishka Celebrates a Decade of Destruction
    On September 26th, Mishka celerated their 10th anniversary at Stage 48 with Plastician, Bok Bok, Kingdom, and World’s Fair.
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  • Get a Psychedelic Sweat On at the Electric Run
    Over 20,000 runners, EDM fans and party people put on their flashiest neon, brightest lights and wildest make up gathered at the Aviator Sports & Events Center in Brooklyn to run, walk and dance their ways through one of the more unconventional runs of the year -- the Electric Run New York 5K....
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  • Guitar Wolf Builds a Pyramid of Flesh at Santos Party House
    On September 29th, Guitar Wolf played Santos Party House with Coathangers opening up for them. There was a human pyramid--pray for the folks on the bottom. ALL PHOTOS BY NATE "IGOR" SMITH
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  • Crew Love Warehouse Party Lights Up Queens
    Unicorn Meat hosted the Crew Love Warehouse party in Queens on September 28th with Wolf + Lamb, Soul Clap, No Regular Play, Pillow Talk, and Tanner Ross Photos courtesy of
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  • Tumblr Parties (IRL) at Milk Studios
    On September 25th, Tumblr hosted their IRL event at Milk Studios with Snarkitecture and Chromeo. ALL PHOTOS BY LAURA JUNE KIRSCH
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  • Feast Your Eyes on Big Freedia and the World's Biggest Twerk-A-Thon
    From Raillan Brooks's report: "At 12:30 on September 25 in the Year of Our Lord 2013, something amazing happened: 358 New Yorkers got together in Herald Square and broke the world record for the number of people twerking simultaneously. The rules were simple: Keep your back straight. Pop your...
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  • This Week in Film: September 27, 2013
    Flip through the film section of The Village Voice this week. Get even more New York City film coverage at and be sure to subscribe to the Voice Film Club podcast and follow @VoiceFilmClub on Twitter. (Go here to find NYC movie showtimes.)
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  • The 10 Best Italian Restaurants in New York
    For decades, Italian cuisine in New York meant red sauce and lots of it. With the opening of Bamonte's in 1900 and Ferdinando's Focacceria four years later, tomato-heavy Neapolitan and Sicilian restaurants enjoyed a certain sustained verisimilitude, carrying the torch for their motherland while...
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  • Hammer & Claws Brings a Chesapeake Bay Tradition to New York
    When Annapolis native Josh Morgan landed in New York City in 2009, he found that he missed a quintessential Chesapeake Bay summertime experience: The blue crab feasts ubiquitous in mid-Atlantic homes and restaurants. He quickly realized, though, that New Yorkers would be just as into the...
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