The weather may be getting cooler, but the music scene in NYC is just warming up. From some of the biggest names in the industry to the hottest newcomers on the block, this month is jam-packed with great acts you'll just have to see to
Madison Square Garden, Terminal 5 and Radio City Music Hall are mesmerizing live music venues that are perfect for a huge concert. But is it possible to get up close and personal to the action at such a large arena?
If you want to really be immersed
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April 4th @ The Barclays Center
The Lorde you know and love is back in action this April with a one night stint at the Barclays Center. Her newest album, Melodrama, has received both critical and commercial acclaim due in
Giving 'Beer Fest' a Whole New Meaning
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Beer festivals take place in just about every city, and on every block. What makes Beer Mansion different? Well, everything really.
Sure, as with any other beer fest, there's food, music,
This one goes out to all the New Yorkers flying solo this cuffing season.
Here are the 8 best bars to hit up when you're single in NYC:
Leave Rochelle Out Of It
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Affectionately nicknamed the bar of bad decisions, Leave
The Global Citizen Festival has been around since 2012, highlighting major artists that grace the stage while raising awareness of the extreme poverty conditions that many people are still experiencing today, to policy makers in an attempt to eradicate global poverty by the year 2030. This year's
Pop-punk band All Time Low, hailing from Baltimore, Maryland, performed in Central Park last night for the first time while on their Last Young Renegades Tour.
The show was a part of New York City’s SummerStage Concert Series, and all benefits go toward making other
On Saturday, July 15, rock band Taking Back Sunday played to a sold-out crowd at Webster Hall, the 25-year-old New York City nightclub, which recently announced it would be closing its doors in August for a corporate makeover.
The show opened with the band Modern Chemistry,
Iconic craft brewery New Belgium brought its long-running Tour de Fat festival to New York City for the first time this past weekend. The event brought plenty of attractions throughout the afternoon and into the evening for New York beer lovers.
The event was held at