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Ok, this is nothing less than one of the funnest hip hop records of 2007 (yah, I know, funnest...not a real word, but listen to...
Oh don't mind him...he's just the guy on the couch! Well OK, the fuckin' hilarious guy on the couch. Get half baked, screw it, fully...
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Does Gordon Brown represent a change for the better in Great Britain, or just Blairism without the charisma?...
I am happy that my favorite Irish pub is alive and well and living in Brooklyn, but its evacuation from Manhattan is an ominous sign for New York City...
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Every nook and cranny of the legendary Chelsea Hotel in Manhattan has a story rising up from its well worn carpets. Once an underground art squat and home to countercultural figures such as William Burroughs, Sid Vicious, Patti Smith, Johnny Thunders, Andy Warhol and The Ramones, it is now under new management. Art terrorist, writer and musician Joe Ambrose gives his angle on the recent end of an era...
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