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  • Chocolate, Brooklyn Style
    In 2005, Rick and Michael Mast started making handcrafted chocolate out of their apartment in Brooklyn. What initially started out to be a hobby for the two brothers quickly evolved into a self-made craft chocolate company. In addition to their single-origin chocolates and in-house blend, Mast...
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  • Flux Pavilion Gets Freaky at Roseland Ballroom
    The English dubstep producer and DJ played Roseland this past Thursday, May 10. As you can tell by these shots, people got freaked out of their heads. Enjoy the flashing lights, kids! Photos by Loren Wohl.
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  • Perla: Italian With a Midwestern Accent
    Restaurateur Gabriel Shulman expands his Greenwich Village empire, writes Tejal Rao; Liz Barclay photographs.
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  • Shocking Photos of the Violence in City Jails
    The Voice exclusively obtained dramatic photographs which show shocking examples of the types of injuries suffered by teens and adults in fights on Rikers Island. The pictures also show poor conditions in the teen jail, typical gang tattoos that are seen on inmates, and types of weapons. The...
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  • Big Hats and Mint Juleps: NYC Watches the Kentucky Derby
    On Saturday, May 5, I'll Have Another captivated sporting fans everywhere with its thrilling victory at the 138th Kentucky Derby. Here in New York, fans of minty alcohol and big-ass hats were thrilled to have an outlet: The Kentucky Derby viewing parties at Brooklyn's The Bell House and Union...
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  • Jonathan Toubin at Brooklyn Bowl
    On Sunday, May 6, the New York Night Train DJ made his return to the turntables for the first time since a freak accident this past December. ALL PHOTOS BY LAURA JUNE KIRSCH
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  • New York Remembers Adam Yauch
    On May 4, New York lost one of its own when Beastie Boy Adam Yauch lost his fight with cancer. Yauch, also known as MCA, helped put Brooklyn hip-hop on the map before making his name as a humanitarian, filmmaker, and elder statesman of the genre. Over the weekend, New York paused to remember...
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  • PHOTOS: Our 10 Best Sichuan Restaurants in NYC
    The intrepid Robert Seitsema has tried spicy Sichuan dishes all over New York and has listed his favorites, just for you. He writes: "When Sichuan sailed into town in the '70s, it was spelled Szechuan and the food was a pale evocation of one of China's foremost regional cuisines. If chili oil...
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  • OWS Takes Over New York for May Day
    Whether or not you believe Occupy Wall Street's May Day protests were a make-or-break moment for the movement, one thing is unquestionable: they made a lot of noise. Protests spread across the city and Voice reporters were there to capture it all. Check out our coverage of the day's events, as...
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  • Is New York's Best Dim Sum at Aquaduct Race Track?
    Racetracks usually conjure up images of lonely men betting their last dollars, not tasty dim sum. Genting Palace, located at Aqueduct Racetrack, defies the norm and offers some of New York's best dim sum--and it's walking distance from the ponies. Robert Sietsema reviewed this odd eatery for...
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  • Gathering of the Juggalos Days 1 & 2: It Begins... (NSFW)
    On August 8-12, the quiet hamlet of Cave-in-Rock, Illinois transformed into the wildest, most insane carnival in the history of the world. That's right, that means the Gathering of the Juggalos. Naturally, the Village Voice was there and we brought you back all these wonderful...
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  • Eoto and Shpongle Get Down at Roseland Ballroom
    Michael Travis and Jason Hann, originally from String Cheese Incident, birthed Eoto out of their shared love of Electronic dance music. Eoto loops live drums, guitars, keys, and vocals and then remixes the sounds and re-samples on the fly, with out a script or safety-net. Shpongle is Simon...
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