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Now that NYFW Is Over, Head to Lincoln Ristorante for a Negroni

All is quiet at Lincoln Center. The too-high heels have ceased teetering down the runways of provocative shows, and the pulsating club tunes have been replaced by the uplifting, familiar classical...

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Britney Spears' New Song Is Bad. Really Bad.

If you weren't stuck in an isolation chamber this weekend, you probably heard that Britney Spears debuted a new track called "Work Bitch." The song was rumored to sample RuPaul's "Supermodel" (which,...

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Sorry Miley, Beavis and Butt-head Got Their Twerk On First

Your Tuesday morning twerk-spiration comes courtesy of Beavis and Butt-head. [via Tastefully Offensive] Jimmy Kimmel's "Lie Witness News" is back (that was quick!) with people on Hollywood Blvd. lying...

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Sheep Invade a Gas Station in Chelsea!

As we noted in our Fall art show roundup, a gas station in Chelsea has been temporarily re-purposed as an art gallery. The old Getty station on the corner of 24th Street and 10th Avenue is currently...

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SNL Taps Six Web Comedy Stars to Join the Cast

Though Lorne Michaels says that strong online presence isn't a factor when selecting new Saturday Night Live cast members, telling the New York Times, "You can't be famous before you're famous," any...

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Streetwear Brand FUCT Celebrates Its 20-Year History With a New Rizzoli Book

When streetwear emerged as a potent mode of cultural communication in the '90s -- transforming the coded language on kids' T-shirts into a major international industry -- different energies and...

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Alexis Penney on His New Album, Rihanna, and Partying in Kansas City

Alexis Penney has never met an urban underground music scene he didn't like. Growing up as a classically trained pianist in the suburbs outside of Kansas City, Penney found himself entrenched in the...

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Chatting With Mother of George Director Andrew Dosunmu

Mother of George, director Andrew Dosunmu's follow-up to last year's debut feature Restless City, tells the story of a Brooklyn-based Nigerian couple (Isaach de Bankolé and Danai Gurira) struggling to...

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R. Kelly's New Song "Genius" Is Un-Ironically Good

R. Kelly has a new song and it absolutely belongs in the same pantheon as classic sexxxy hits like "Sex Planet," "Sex Kitchen" and "Sex Weed." Weirdly, this song doesn't have "Sex" in the title (it's...

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Iconic NYC Crime and Disaster Photos Superimposed Over Their Modern Sites

Here's a photography project that New Yorkers will enjoy: Mark Hermann, an historian with the New York Press Photographers Association, has taken a handful of iconic old New York Daily News crime and...

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The Top Five Must-Haves From the A$AP Mob Shop

Since A$AP Rocky's rise, the fashion world has embraced his Harlem hip-hop-meets-Rick Owens fanatic style. He has GQ fashion spreads. He dates models. He sits front row. He's gotten a whole generation...

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MGMT's Latest Video Makes No Sense

We've watched it three times and will now attempt to explain MGMT's latest video. By the way, the generic title, "Cool Song No. 2," is not helpful or relevant; nor is the clever casting of Michael K....

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When Not Eating Italian, the Franks Chow Down on Sushi and Sichuan

L-R: Frank Castronovo and Frank FalcinelliEach week in our Chefs Off Duty series, we talk to some of our favorite chefs and industry folk around the country to find out their secret late-night spots...

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Oy: Jewtopia.

For reasons we can't possibly fathom, someone decided to make a rom-com called Jewtopia about a non-Jewish dude who wants to marry a Jewish woman ("Because I never want to make another decision for as...

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Solange Dances Around An Empty Houston Mall In "Lovers In The Parking Lot"

In her new video, "Lovers In The Parking Lot," Solange heads back to her native Houston and dances and prances her way through vacant hallways, a basement cafeteria, a pawn shop and a local mall where...

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Young Architect Bjarke Ingels Is Re-Designing Pier 6 in Brooklyn

One of the youngest in a new crop of global starchitects, Bjarke Ingels, has just landed his second big commission in New York City. He'll be doing a new combination park and viewing platform in...

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Designer Glenn Martens Adores Royal Mistresses of Centuries Past

In our new column United Nations of Style, we'll be talking to the coolest, cuckoo craziest and most creative fashion designers around the world to hear what inspires them and what it's like to work in...

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Grizzly Bear Release a Song That Didn't -- But Should've -- Made It Onto Shields

On November 12, Grizzly Bear will be dropping two addenda to their acclaimed 2012 album Shields: Shields Expanded and Shields B-Sides. In anticipation of the release, Edward Droste, Daniel Rossen,...

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5 Reasons Why Folk Music Is Popular Again

Folk music is back. Bands like Mumford & Sons and The Lumineers, and singer-songwriters like Passenger (né Michael Rosenberg), Jake Bugg and Laura Marling are selling a ton of records and...

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Three September Movies You Can't Miss

Adore Childhood friends Roz (Robin Wright) and Lil (Naomi Watts) have always been neighbors on the Australian seaside, and have seen each other through marriages, births, deaths and disappointments....

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