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    broad-citymapresize.jpgYou know how you're always sitting around your boring apartment wishing that you could join Abbi and Ilana on an awesome adventure around New York City? (No? Just me?) Well, with this helpful map, you can now visit all of the IRL establishments that correspond to the semi-fictional places in Broad City from season two. You can go to the same grimy nail salon that Ilana and her mom like frequent, Bed Bath & Beyond, of course, and even that treasure trove of a manhole that harbors the best knockoff bags in town.

    Check out the interactive map, below, to figure out your weekend plans and head to Thrillist for the full list of locations.


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    Passion Pit has a new album coming out next month, Kindred, and today we get another taste of what to expect with the video for their track, "Lifted Up (1985)." The song is peak Passion Pit -- lots of shimmery synths, lots of lead singer Michael Angelakos' signature falsetto, and a bouncy, pop-heavy beat. The accompanying clip is similarly uptempo, showing Angelakos walking around a big club. But it's the lyrics and Angelakos himself that give off more depth -- despite the peppiness of it all, the frontman sings things like, "I'm so tired. I fight so hard" while looking befuddled and disconnected in the midst of all the dancing rave kids. At the risk of reading into this too much, the song seems to echo the juxtaposition between Angelakos' recent, open struggles with bipolar disorder and substance abuse and his successful, whirlwind music career. It's a career that's apparently once more in flux -- Pitchfork reports that all of Angelakos' Passion Pit bandmates quite the group after they wrapped touring for 2012's Gossamer; for this go-round, Angelakos will go on tour with a whole new backing band. While we hope that all goes well for Passion Pit 2.0, at least they'll still get people dancing.

    Kindred is out April 28th via Columbia.
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    From their subversive "Lie, Cheat Steal" video to Killer Mike's moving speech on the Ferguson verdict, Run the Jewels have never avoided political issues. Their powerful new video for "Close Your Eyes (And Count to Fuck)," directed by A.G. Cook, is the most raw expression of their perspective on race and police brutality yet. Featuring a white police officer (Boardwalk Empire's Shea Whigham) and an unarmed black man (Short Term 12's Keith Stanfield) tussling in the street. Their fighting starts out violently but dissipates into clumsy pawing and wrestling as the two become increasingly exhausted. And there is no clear winner. Watch it above.
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    Before Ben Stiller was Derek Zoolander or a melancholy Noah Baumbach character, he was a humble, angry teen in New York with a punk band called Capital Punishment. Stiller, along with his three of his classmates, started the band in 1979 and Capital Punishment went on to self-release their only LP while still in high school. Now the label Captured Tracks -- which also reps Mac Demarco, DIIV and Wild Nothing -- is reissuing that 1982 album, Roadkill. Ben Stiller recently went on the Howard Stern Show and talked about how his teenage punk band was resurrected by the Brooklyn label:

    "What happened was some outsider music label, which I didn't know those existed, but people who are just into weird music; I guess it's been found and they asked us if they could re-release it."
    Listen to a track off Roadkill, below:



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    One of the best parts about Boyhood, besides Patricia Arquette's epic acting, the deeply spot-on soundtrack and basically everything elase about the movie in general, was watching star Ellar Coltrane grow up on-screen. And Coltrane, who has only a few acting roles under his belt in addition to Boyhood, is now moving toward fashion modeling, with representation fro Wilhelmina. He's also one of many 2015 breakouts who will be featured in our upcoming Beautiful People issue, on stands in mid-April. As Fashionista reports, with an with an upcoming Bruce Weber spread in L'Uomo Vogue this summer and slated appearances in V and i-D, you're about to see a whole lot more of Coltrane in the coming months.
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    The visuals for "Ripe 4 Luv"continue Young Guv's (Ben Cook) dedication to working on his fitness. For whatever reason, the lighthearted power-pop ode to the struggles of finding love in the City is set to lo-fi, black-and-white footage of muscle-y men at the gym. Perhaps the video's boxing scenes serve as a "love is a battlefield"-type metaphor? Watch the "Ripe 4 Luv" music video, above. Young Guv's debut album is out now via Slumberland.
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    Willie Nelson, famed country musician, pot smoker and proud Texan Pippi Longstocking, announced during SXSW that he's starting his own pot brand: Willie's Reserve. That's right, soon in marijuana-friendly states you'll be able to buy everything from Willy-bongs to Willy-weed. With a focus on independent growers and sustainable practices, Nelson's stores, set to open in 2016, will work on an "anti-Walmart model", and will offer not only his own strain, but a curation of others'. It's like the Whole Foods of weed, basically, says Nelson.

    While you wait for Willie's Reserve to launch, you can watch Nelson tell Jimmy Kimmel about the time he smoked week on the White House roof:

     


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    Most Legitimate Excuse to Miss Work of the Week: Zayn quitting One Direction. People are actually requesting sick leave to alleviate this "traumatic experience". What's truly traumatic is learning that people are this crazy. -- Evan SiegelBest Fashion Trend of...

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    In honor of former Paper cover girl Mariah Carey's 45th birthday today, we celebrate her greatest diva moments of the pop icon over the years. The Time She Channeled the Permed Mullet. Respect.  In 1987, Mariah was a senior at Harborfields High...

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  • 03/29/15--04:30: The Sunday Funnies
  • This monkey playing with some puppies is the most adorable thing in the world. Look at his tiny monkey hands giving scratches! Oh noooooooo. [Buzzfeed]Ben is a bud. [TastefullyOffensive]  Slow claps for this Jeopardy contestant who used her meet-and-greet...

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    A note to pop stars: When in doubt, always perform your new trap anthem off your hotly anticipated upcoming album in front of a parked helicopter in a giant fur coat and matching thigh-high patent-leather boots. Watch Rihanna perform...

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    Trouble with love? Work problems? Mercury retrograde? Don't worry. Rapper, author of the forthcoming novel O.K. (Sorry House), and expert astrological navigator, Kool A.D. will safely guide you through the coming month. LIBRAUr gonna be doing a lot of fast...

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    Baddie Winkle as Kate Moss. (Photo by Danielle Levitt for GRIT Creative)The Trillest Grandma Alive -- Baddie Winkle -- is back and this time she's transformed herself into three other, one-of-a-kind icons: Kate Moss, Kurt Cobain and Michelle Lamy....

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    Gillian Anderson's Dana Scully -- pop culture's foremost alien huntress -- has terrible style. With long overcoats, oversized ill-fitting suits and a prismatic range of beige tones, Scully is a woman with business to attend to, and no time for...

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    There's nothing like a little blistering, politically charged punk to get your blood going and Providence, Rhode Island's free-jazz-punk band Downtown Boys are here with the Monday afternoon kick in the pants you need. Fronted by Victoria Ruiz, who...

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    Queen of the Night. Photo by Joan MarcusQueen of the Night, the raucous interactive theater performance at the Paramount Hotel's Diamond Horseshoe (also home to PAPER's Drew Elliott's Saturday night prettyugly bash), has recently started a damn fun Wednesday night...

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    "Jill and Soi on the Stoop, Fifth Street Squat, 1994" (Photo by Ash Thayer)Last week we ran a gallery of Ash Thayer's powerful diaristic photos from her time living in the Lower East Side squat communities during the 1990s and...

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    Wrestlemania went down yesterday so naturally the first thing we thought about was fashion. Below, Mr. Mickey rates some of his favorite WWE looks. Seth RollinsThis look is very high budget porn movie that's doing a spoof of the Matrix....

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