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Unannounced McCartney Show, Now Announced

Written by Jason Singer on . Posted in Music, Posts

Sir Paul McCartney will be playing an unannounced free show at the Highline Ballroom on June 13. The ex-Beatle, who postponed the world tour for his new album “Memory Almost Full” until his ongoing divorce from second wife Heather dancing-with-the-one- -legged-star Mills has been completed, promised to perform just “bits and pieces” to support the [&hellip
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Wall Falls On Staten Island

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As if New York traffic weren’t bad enough, Richmond Road was closed down this morning after a retaining wall collapsed on Staten Island late last night, forcing 22 residents to evacuate their homes. Although no one was injured, falling rubble damaged cars, set off alarms and crashed through backyards, making “collapsing walls” the newest addition [&hellip
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The BQE As Muse

Written by Jason Singer on . Posted in Arts & Film, Posts

The Brooklyn Academy of Music has commissioned indie-rocker/folk revivalist/Renaissance Man Sufjan Stevens to write a music and film work about the Brooklyn-Queens Expressway for the 25th Annual New Wave Festival on Nov. 1-3. The project will pair one of the city’s most deplorable monuments with one of today’s most beautiful, symphonic artists. Sufjan’s website reveals [&hellip
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