13 Spots You Should Never Bring A Date In NYC
NYC

Dating in the greatest city on the planet can be a total drag or it can be really fun, it’s really what you make of it. However, the Backstreet Boys lyrics to “As Long As You Love Me” don’t really hold true when you’re in an overcrowded, overpriced, and overbearing hot spot. Click through for all the venues that are sure to kill the mood – and any chances of a second date....

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Phoenix Talk Finding Joy Amid Turmoil on New Album ‘Ti Amo’
News

“Making music was always a joyous thing that we were happy to do, and it stayed that way,” Phoenix frontman Thomas Mars says of recording Ti Amo, the group’s bright new record, at a time when their This article originally appeared on www.rollingstone.com: Phoenix Talk Finding Joy Amid Turmoil on New Album ‘Ti...

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CMA Music Festival 2017: 26 Best Things We Saw
News

The atmosphere was especially electric for the 2017 CMA Music Festival, thanks to a perfect storm of abundant country stars and the Nashville Predators’ appearance in the Stanley Cup finals. While the Preds ultimately didn’t come away victorious, country fans won big, catching concerts from mainstream A-listers like Eric Church and Keith Urban, rising stars Luke Combs and RaeLynn, and slightly This article originally appeared on www.rollingstone.com: CMA Music Festival 2017: 26 Best Things We...

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An Ode To The OG New York Bitch, Cruel Intentions’ Kathryn Merteuil
Movies

I know this sounds corny, but whenever I feel the temptation of peer pressure to yield to fuckboys and basic bitches so that I come off as less audacious and intimidating, I turn to Cruel Intentions‘ Kathryn Merteuil and she gives me strength. Frat boys and finance bros alike have their Patrick Bateman, free spirited Cali girls have Cher from Clueless, and we cosmopolitan ladies have Kathryn. She is emblematic of so many things we should aspire to be: unabashedly...

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Monday, 12 June 2017
Everyday’s A Sundae: The Ice Cream Concoctions You NEED To Try
Food

Hot days call for desperate, diet destroying, deliciously disastrous measures. Cookshop Pastry Chef Stephen Collucci’s second cookbook, Everyday’s a Sundae, is your perfect partner in crime. With over 100 recipes of temperature tempting, hot day treats, you’ll be cooling down like a true culinary aficionado. Because really, why grab a Mr. Softee when you could whip up a Rainbow Cookie Ice Cream Sundae or Blueberry Cheesecake Ice...

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U2 Steps Out of Comfort Zone for Bonnaroo Headlining Set, Still Triumphs
News

Somewhere near the end of almost every U2 show, Bono humbly tells the crowd, “Thanks for giving us a great life.” For their headlining set at the Bonnaroo Music & Arts Festival, he instead thanked festivalgoers for “getting out of your tents and caravans and giving us a night we’ll never, ever forget!” He also This article originally appeared on www.rollingstone.com: U2 Steps Out of Comfort Zone for Bonnaroo Headlining Set, Still...

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‘Twin Peaks’ Recap: Hit and Run
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Harry Dean Stanton is 90 years old, though he’s looked so world weary for so long that he seems somehow ageless and immortal. In light of the key Twin Peaks players who’ve died before the series’ return to the air – Jack Nance, Frank Silva, Frances Bay, Don S. Davis, Warren Frost, David Bowie, and most hauntingly Miguel Ferrer and Catherine Coulson, who reprised their roles as Albert This article originally appeared on www.rollingstone.com: ‘Twin Peaks’ Recap: Hit and...

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Watch John Oliver Nominate Lord Buckethead For Brexit Negotiator
News

On Sunday’s Last Week Tonight, John Oliver explained the disastrous results of U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May’s early “snap election.” Despite May’s goal of consolidating power before Brexit negotiations, the move resulted in a hung Parliament. The comedian described it as a “crumpet-fuck of epic This article originally appeared on www.rollingstone.com: Watch John Oliver Nominate Lord Buckethead For Brexit...

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The 50 Greatest Concerts of the Last 50 Years
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The list below was born out of some pretty serious arguments. Was Bruce Springsteen better in 1975 or 1978? When did Kanye hit his stride? Which was more awesome, “The Joshua Tree” or “Zoo TV”? The concerts and tours that made the final cut weren’t just huge spectacles, they deepened the power of rock & roll itself – from Neil Young thrashing out 20-minute jams with Crazy Horse to Beyoncé This article originally appeared on www.rollingstone.com: The 50 Greatest Concerts...

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Orlando Marks Pulse Shooting Anniversary With Memorials
News

Today, June 12th, marks the anniversary of the terror attack at Orlando’s Pulse nightclub, the deadliest mass shooting in U.S. history. The Florida city will remember the 49 people killed with a day’s worth of planned public memorials. Early Monday morning, This article originally appeared on www.rollingstone.com: Orlando Marks Pulse Shooting Anniversary With...

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Mastodon Extend Tour With New North American, U.K. Dates
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Mastodon extended the Emperor of Sand tour with a new round of headlining North American and U.K. dates. Eagles of Death Metal and Russian Circles will continue to support the prog-metal band on their This article originally appeared on www.rollingstone.com: Mastodon Extend Tour With New North American, U.K....

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Watch the Weeknd’s Mysterious New ‘Secrets’ Video
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The Weeknd unveiled another music video off his 2016 LP Starboy, this time for his new single “Secrets.” 50 Best Albums of 2016 Beyoncé smashed the system, Chance the Rapper counted his blessings, David Bowie left a powerful goodbye and more The video, filmed in part at the University of Toronto, sees Abel Tesfaye navigating long circuitous hallways, rooms full of mirrors and other structural anomalies in search of a woman who is also being pursued by Canadian singer Black Atlass....

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Suicide’s Alan Vega: First Posthumous LP ‘IT’ Set for Release
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The first posthumous release from late Suicide singer Alan Vega will arrive this July, a year after the proto-punk pioneer died at the age of 78. Vega worked on the nine-track IT alongside his wife and frequent collaborator Liz Lamere from 2010 until his death in July 2016. For the album, Vega “religiously consumed” global news programs and took late-night walks around his native New York City, with the singer recording sounds and taking photographs that would serve as IT’s...

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Monday, 12 June 2017
New York Yankees Rookie Sensation Aaron Judge Smashes Record Home Run
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When a player has a memorable first MLB season, that’s one thing. When they’re setting records as a New York Yankee and helping the Bronx Bombers return to the top of the baseball world, there’s something a little extra special about that. As the team keeps fending off their rival Boston Red Sox for first place, Aaron Judge continues to be the talk of the the league, as well as the guy some people are saying shouldn’t just be Rookie...

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Monday, 12 June 2017
Succulent Cakes Are Summer’s Coolest Wedding Trend
Weddings 101

Succulent plants have become a go-to for busy millennials and anti-domestics because of how little care they require to stay alive. That’s sort of a nice metaphor for true love, isn’t it? No wonder these sturdy little flowers have replaced delicate roses as the trendiest accent on wedding cakes this season. Get your Pinterest page ready....

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How To Find The One In NYC
NYC

Uptown, downtown, off the beaten path – dare we even say it, Brooklyn. You are what you eat, and you are where you go. But alas, for all you singles looking to mingle, no longer must you waste away your afternoon holed up in a coffee shop, pretending to read a book, stretching your espresso out to last a lifetime, just hoping – praying! – to meet someone, or strike up a conversation. It’s a swipe-driven world after all, and we’re just living in it. Whether...

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Chelsea Manning’s First Interview Since Prison Release: ‘Let’s Not Hide History’
News

Chelsea Manning is finally free to speak. After serving seven years of a 35-year sentence for the largest leak of classified intelligence in U.S. history, the former Army private finally left the United States Disciplinary Barracks at Fort Leavenworth, Kansas, on May 17th. Her sentence had been commuted by President Obama just days before he left office. A little over one week after leaving Leavenworth, she sat down with Matthew Shaer of the New York Times magazine to tell her...

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Techno Music

Hi all, just curious to hear what experiences people have had with vinyl and digital distributors in the realm of techno/electronic music. Other than Lobster Theremin or Triple Vision would love to know what else is out there Statistics: Posted by juxtpose — Mon Jun 12, 2017 12:00...

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Monday, 12 June 2017
Tony Awards 2017: Bette Midler Filibusters, Stephen Colbert Mocks Trump
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Bette Midler won her first competitive Tony Award for best musical actress and gave a literal show-stopping acceptance speech for the honor. “Will you shut that crap off?” the Hello, Dolly! star quipped. The 71st annual Tony Awards took place Sunday night at Radio City Music Hall in New York City.  “I’d like to thank all the Tony voters, many of whom I’ve actually dated,” Midler cracked. The last time Midler was recognized at the Tony Awards was over 40 years ago when...

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