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It’s 11:35, Do You Know Where Stephen Colbert Is?

The Colbert Report is going to be no more—and it’s not because of the Twitter fury over out-of-context tweets from the ‘Ching-Chong Ding-Dong Foundation for Sensitivity to Orientals or Whatever,’ either. Mr. Stephen Colbert will be taking over The Late Show  when David Letterman retires next year. Unfortunately, the Comedy Central star will drop the satirical [...]

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Get Out Of My Wei!

Leave it to Brooklyn to create a support group for the repressed, the captive, the downtrodden. Maybe Brooklynites feel a kinship with repressed souls from being stuck underground for too long waiting on the G train. But really, all jokes aside, nearly one hundred passionate protestors gathered at New York’s Brooklyn Museum on Thursday night [...]

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Cute Stars Rave Over Eco H&M

A couple weeks ago HM launched its “Conscious Exclusive Collection” at a star-studded dinner for all of LA’s cutest fashion girls. “There’s a movement happening in fashion for everything to become more sustainable,” said Amber Valetta, in a low-cut nude top and maxi-skirt. “It’s…cool factor,” quipped Emmy Rossum. “It’s really smart,” Kate Mara pointed out, adding that she “loves it.” In addition to [...]

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Friendship Never Ends for One Writer’s Codependent Spice Girls Obsession

I’ll never forget and have yet to fully recover from my first breakup. Sure, it’s been nearly two decades. And I was a (not-fully-realized gay) tween. But you’d be perma-traumatized too if your spirit animal/other half/soul sis/etc. called it quits. It was May of 1998 and I had once again snuck downstairs onto my father’s [...]

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Exclusive: Watch Sean McBride Talk Synthesizers in an Extended Interview From ‘I Dream of Wires’

It’s time to prepare your synapses for Robert Fantinatto’s upcoming documentary I Dream of Wires. With subjects ranging from Trent Reznor and Alessandro Cortini to Carl Craig and Gary Numan, the film features a wealth of in-depth interviews that explore the “history, demise and resurgence of the ultimate electronic music machine, the modular synthesizer.” Showcasing [...]

April 11, 2014 0
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Hi-Five: The Roots Return, M+A Covers M.I.A. + New Music From Giraffage, DWNTWN and Jhameel

 Image: The Roots  THE ROOTS – “WHEN THE PEOPLE CHEER” The ever-prolific Roots are releasing their 11th album, And Then You Shoot Your Cousin, with this track being the first single. Listeners can’t help but to focus on the lyrics, which are both troubling and sincere.  M+A – “PAPER PLANES (M.I.A. COVER)” This cover is [...]

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It’s All Shits-And-Giggles Working At About.com

I found the above photo on the Work at About.com job page. They’re having an intimate “bro” moment within an average working day. What is this image trying to convey about working for a company such as About.com? Apparently this is what your life would be like if you worked at About.com—you would always be [...]

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Mag Launch: Makers of Fashion Imagery Break Barriers + Show Queer Black Identity is H-O-T

Brace yourself. The Tenth is a magazine like you haven’t seen before—or more importantly, a magazine that presents the queer black male form in a way you NEED to see. Founded by fashion industry veteran creative directors Kyle Banks, André Verdun Jones, and Khary Septh, with contributors like Telfar Clemens, Rashaad Newsome, and Stephen Winter, [...]

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Talking Swedish Pop And College Parties With Chlöe Howl

Chlöe Howl is already a sensation in her native Britain, and now she’s got her sights set on the US. Signed to Sony at 16 years old, she’s part of the new generation of rising teen pop stars making the rest of us question our work ethics. On the title track of her new Rumour [...]

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Max Fish Gets Approved + the Pancake Art Show

The approval of Max Fish by Community Board 3 brought great optimism to those who believe that nightlife in its—and I hate to use the word—hipster way can still exist in the L.E.S.  I agree with Erin Harvey of Bowery Boogie that Max Fish ended long before its final night. The reincarnation of St. Jeromes [...]

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