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Reality Doesn’t Bite

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Kristine-Keller How cognitive distortions can lead to faulty conclusions By Kristine Keller There are times when you’re playing back a situation in your mind and a split screen appears. On one side of the screen there’s reality—the version of events that actually happened. But it’s the second screen we zero in on in high-definition, with surround [&hellip
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Chris Brown and Drake Sued for $16M over Soho Club Fight

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Chris Brown, courtesy of Wikimedia Commons. By Paul Bisceglio A brawl in June between rapper Chris Brown’s and R&B singer Drake’s crews at Soho’s Greenhouse left nearly two dozen club goers injured. Now, Entertainment Enterprises, which owns the trademark for Greenhouse, is suing the two stars on the grounds that the fight damaged the club’s reputation. The company filed a $16 [&hellip
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W.i.P/Greenhouse to Reopen Without Liquor License

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The infamous W.i.P/Greenhouse nightclub, whose fame was recently found after the highly-publicized Drake/Chris Brown skirmish over the heart of singer Rihanna, is going to be back in business after being shut down and stripped of its liquor license by the New York State Liquor Authority. But despite these recent injunctions, the 150 Varick St. club [&hellip
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Will the Elimination of Bottle Service Actually Make New York Clubs Safer?

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NYC Council Speaker Christine Quinn called for an emergency meeting with the NYPD and the New York Nightlife Association following rappers Drake and Chris Brown’s infamous bar brawl at the W.I.P club in SoHo last Thursday. Quinn said she was “deeply concerned” by the incident, and added that existing guidelines and legislation surrounding bottle service [&hellip
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