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Chad Batka for The New York Times The singer Meredith Graves. Now the world knows of hardcore, and hardcore knows of the world...And so the wide-ranging four-band hardcore show on Thursday night in the Eisner & Lubin Auditorium of N.Y.U.'s Kimmel
This is the fifth installment in our ongoing Label Makers series. Stay tuned for more. "We want to see queer folks making a ruckus." Brian Thompson and Kale Edmiston don't run your typical Nashville label not by a long shot. And that's not just
Real estate agent Jackie Youngblood has developed a rather unusual specialty -- unusual enough to earn her a special on TLC. " Buying Naked " follows Youngblood as she works selling homes to nudists in a community just north of Tampa, Florida.
Jackie Youngblood is based in Pasco County, Florida, which is home to one of the largest nudist colonies in the world, the New York Post reported. The realtor will feature in TLC's 'Buying Naked' where she will be joined by two completely nude
Post-collegiate wailing wall Thought Catalog is more than a just a place for 20somethings to write about dumb bullshit; it's a place for 20somethings to share their valuable life lessons . Life Lessons I Learned From 20somethings on Thought Catalog 1.
After an onslaught of average albums from superstars Katy, Gaga, Eminem the calendar has finally cleared enough for some local love...Somerville duo Do Not Forsake Me Oh My Darling 's music revolves around the cult TV program The Prisoner their shot-
Being voted as the rising star in local music and winning a $10,000 NZ On Air grant at the 2013 Critics' Choice Showcase still hasn't quite sunk in for Daniel McBride. "I'm still in a bit of a fuzzy kind of mode, but it's amazing, and it was a big
The Silk Road, an online marketplace for illegal drugs and other contraband, has returned to the net after being shut down by the US authorities in October. The re-launched' site retains the same name and design as its predecessor, with the new owner
A Maryland man has pleaded guilty to selling drugs to customers around the world through the secretive online marketplace Silk Road, officials said. Jacob Theodore George IV, 32, admitted to federal agents in January 2012 he had sold heroin and
Dark net marketplace Silk Road 'back online' A new version of the notorious Silk Road appears to be online Reports suggest that the Silk Road, the anonymous marketplace that traded in drugs and other illegal goods, is back online, in a new version.