Stages Of Your Friday Night, As Told By Sex & The City
Nightlife

From that first $20 cocktail to the Uber ride home, this girl squad is really just like ours. If not a few times more fabulous....

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Friday, 23 June 2017
Wyclef Jean Details New Album ‘Carnival III: The Fall and Rise of a Refugee’
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Wyclef Jean has announced his new album Carnival III: The Fall and Rise of a Refugee, which will be released on September 15th via Legacy Recordings. His first full-length album in eight years, the 12-song set coincides with the 20th anniversary of his debut album, The Carnival. “My Carnival albums have always been about celebrating music culture from all parts of the world and Carnival III is no different,” the former Fugees member said in a statement. “It’s outside the...

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Friday, 23 June 2017
See Katy Perry’s Behind-the-Scenes One Love Manchester Video
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Katy Perry has unveiled a behind-the-scenes video from her appearance during the One Love Manchester benefit concert led by Ariana Grande on June 4th. In the four-minute clip, Perry rehearses “Part of Me” and she’s also seen warming up by singing some of “Roar” while strolling down the hall into her dressing room. It culminates with her acoustic performance of “Part of Me,” which is shot from a backstage vantage. In between show preparations, being interviewed and taking the stage,...

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Friday, 23 June 2017
‘The Bad Batch’ Review: It’s Social Rejects vs. Cannibals in Dystopia U.S.A.
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If you can’t build a Trump-sized wall to stop immigrants and undesirables from “polluting” America the Beautiful, just send them out into a wasteland outside of Texas to fend for themselves. That’s the premise driving The Bad Batch, a dystopian fable from writer-director Ana Lily Amirpour, whose stunning 2014 debut feature – an Iranian feminist vampire western called A Girl Walks Home Alone at Night – showed promise that this follow-up only partially lives up to. The filmmaker puts the...

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Thursday, 22 June 2017
Hear Wu-Tang Clan’s Relentless New Song ‘Don’t Stop’
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The Wu-Tang Clan reassembled for a fierce new song, “Don’t Stop,” off the Season Four soundtrack for HBO’s Silicon Valley. The new collection arrives June 23rd via Mass Appeal, while the show’s season finale airs June 25th at 10 p.m. ET. The quick-paced “Don’t Stop” finds Raekwon, Method Man and Inspectah Deck flying over a classic RZA beat comprising dusty drums, ominous instrumental loops and intertwining samples from old soul records and kung fu movies. Raekwon opens the song with a...

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Thursday, 22 June 2017
See the Cadillac Three Perform Brawny New Song ‘Dang If We Didn’t’
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Given that they named themselves after a popular American automobile company, the Cadillac Three ought to feel right at home playing in a garage. Sure enough, in the latest installment of the Pennzoil Garage Sessions, the Nashville Southern rockers not only have fit in with their surroundings but have plenty of car-related anecdotes to share as they stop by to play their new song “Dang If We Didn’t.” “I always had a thing for Cadillacs growing up,” says singer and...

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Thursday, 22 June 2017
Transgender ‘Glee’ Actor Charice Pempengco Changes Name to Jake Zyrus
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The singer and YouTube sensation formerly known as Charice Pempengo – who landed a regular role on season two of Glee – is finally able to be his most authentic self. On Sunday, the Filipino star announced that he will now go by the name Jake Zyrus, a new moniker that reflects his male gender identity. Gay Pride in the Age of Trump From Stonewall to AIDS to the new administration, a look inside the modern LGBTQ movement’s past – and...

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Thursday, 22 June 2017
Dalek: Pioneering Noise-Rap Group on New LP, Immigration Rancor, George Carlin
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It’s been nearly 20 years since Dälek formed in Newark, New Jersey, crafting an idiosyncratic blend of ambient metallic noise and pungent, declamatory raps. The trio, led by rapper, producer and engineer Will “Dalek” Brooks, seemed too quirky for the rap kids, and too left-field for the metal dudes. But thanks to excellent, ground-breaking work such as 2002’s From Filthy Tongue of Gods and Griots and 2005’s Absence, the iconoclasts have carved a singular path, anticipating the crop of contemporary...

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Thursday, 22 June 2017
Krave It: NYC’s Craziest Pizza Haven?
Restaurants

Let’s face it, the food pyramid has forever been changed. Basic food groups such as grains, fruits, and vegetables are no longer at the forefront of our mind when we think about diet. Instead, they’ve been replaced with Instagrammable food groups such as Goop approved, mythical creatures, and marijuana infused (not that we mind that one). And for a while there, we loved it. In fact, we still do. But sometimes don’t you want to chill out and indulge in...

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Thursday, 22 June 2017
Loretta Lynn Cancels Concerts, Sets Fall Motorcycle Rally Appearance
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Loretta Lynn has canceled two concerts set for July in Iowa. The country legend’s July 7th show in Des Moines and a July 21st date in Dubuque were to be among her first since suffering a stroke in May. “Due to circumstances beyond our control, the Loretta Lynn date scheduled for July 21st in Dubuque has been canceled,” read a statement on the Facebook page of Dubuque’s Five Flags Center. A similar statement appeared through the social media of the...

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Thursday, 22 June 2017
Arcade Fire Spoof ‘Pop-Up Video’ in Meta ‘Creature Comfort’ Clip
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Arcade Fire provide some wild factoids about their “Creature Comfort” video in a new clip parodying VH1’s classic Pop-Up Video show. The new “Official Official Video” arrives a week after the original “Creature Comfort” clip via Arcade Fire’s “content division” Everything Now, also the title of their forthcoming new album. The new “Creature Comfort” clip comprises the same Tarik Mikou-directed footage as the original, though now it’s peppered with bogus and goofy...

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Thursday, 22 June 2017
Celebrate Pride Week With These Rainbow Treats
Food

Show your support this pride week by eating your way through the rainbow. Check out these local spots for some colorful creations!...

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Thursday, 22 June 2017
Paul McCartney, Ringo Starr Set for David Lynch Charity Concert DVD
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A concert DVD documenting the 2009 “Change Begins Within” charity concert benefiting the David Lynch Foundation will be released September 1st. The concert notably featured a Paul McCartney and Ringo Starr reunion, as well as performances from Eddie Vedder, Sheryl Crow, Donovan and more. The Change Begins Within show took place April 4th, 2009 at New York’s Radio City Music Hall. The lineup also featured My Morning Jacket’s Jim James, Moby, Ben Harper, Paul Horn, Angelo Badalamenti and Betty LaVette, as...

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Thursday, 22 June 2017
Watch Depeche Mode’s Immersive, 360-Degree ‘Going Backwards’ Video
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Depeche Mode unveiled an immersive and intimate 360-degree video for “Going Backwards,” which appears on their new album, Spirit. The Timothy Saccenti-directed clip finds the band performing a live rendition of the ominous cut in a simple studio space with each member spread out in a circle. Despite the separation, the video’s interactive element and its array of clever visual effects – from jagged laser lights to hovering photographs of the band – create a sense of cohesion as Depeche...

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Thursday, 22 June 2017
Medical Marijuana: How Six Senators are Leading the Fight for Federally Legal Weed
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The United States Senate is an intentionally slow moving body when it comes to passing laws, but the nation’s upper legislative chamber is even slower when it comes to catching up with the popular will of the American people. That’s especially been on display when it comes to the nation’s pot laws, but now there’s a growing core group of senators who are vocally crying out for the federal government to catch up with the states, at least when it...

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Thursday, 22 June 2017
See Lake Street Dive’s Soulful ‘Close to Me’ on ‘Colbert’
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Lake Street Dive brought some old-school soul to The Late Show with Stephen Colbert this week, stopping by on Wednesday to perform their song “Close to Me.” Kicked off by drummer Mike Calabrese, the Brooklyn-via-Boston quartet lurched into a crunchy, soulful rendition of the Side Pony track, complete with a greasy guitar solo and some serious vocal pyrotechnics from lead singer Rachael Price. True to their retro roots, the band donned Fifties and Sixties-inspired apparel, with Price in a heart...

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Thursday, 22 June 2017
New Yorkers, It’s Time To Embrace Country Music
Music

Country music has somehow gotten a bad rep in recent years. We know Dan + Shay aren’t exactly Dan + Serena, but it truly is the sound of America. New Yorkers love to say that the city is superior to other parts of the country (and it’s arguably true!), but a little country never hurt nobody. Sure, there’s a formula to many country songs that people make fun of: USA, beer, and a pretty girl. However, immense talent has come...

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Thursday, 22 June 2017
10 Must-See Beaches Around The World
Travel

Summertime means beach time, but don’t get too comfortable frolicking in your hometown waves. From the Caribbean to Australia, here are some of the most unbelievable beaches around the world. Pack your sunscreen,...

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Thursday, 22 June 2017
See Jason Isbell Talk Trump Election on ‘Daily Show’
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After paying a visit to a former Comedy Central titan on Monday night, Jason Isbell was back in the spotlight with one of the network’s current stars on Wednesday, June 21st. The singer-songwriter’s appearance on The Daily Show With Trevor Noah included not only a performance of a song from his new album The Nashville Sound but also an interview with the show’s host. Proving himself a charming, funny storyteller, Isbell gamely discussed songwriting, misconceptions of the South and the...

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Thursday, 22 June 2017
See Lilly Hiatt Take a Nashville Joyride in New ‘Trinity Lane’ Video
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Lilly Hiatt gets personal in Trinity Lane, an autobiographical album written during a period of self-reflection and renewal in her East Nashville apartment. The daughter of John Hiatt, she keeps the family tradition alive, mixing Southern influences – Americana, folk and left-of-center country – with a raw approach that’s better suited to the garage than the saloon. The album’s title track is no exception. Written after a West Coast tour alongside John Moreland, the song finds Hiatt making peace with...

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Thursday, 22 June 2017
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