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Amos Barshad

February 29, 2008
Final Pour

Forget seeding, Cinderellas, "One Shining Moment"—the important thing to worry about during March Madness is where to drink. With gracious input from the NYC alumni chapters of 18 big schools, we present a conference-by-
conference bar breakdown for all you transplanted Bulldogs, Blue Devils, and Longhorns alike.

February 27, 2008 |
The Green Guide

Tired of indiscriminate boozing and tepid corned beef on St. Patrick's Day? Fight back with our picks for raucous Celtic bands, a 30-bar drink-athon, Gaelic steak — and Irish pubs where you'll meet an actual Emerald Isler.

January 29, 2008
Your New Favorite Bar

Our monthly look at notable nightlife openings.

January 6, 2008
New York Premiere of HBO's 'The Wire'

Amy Ryan, Dominic West, David Simon, and others at the New York Premiere of HBO's 'The Wire.'

January 4, 2008
Eight-Minute Absinthe

Late last year, the first-ever (legal) shipment of absinthe reached our shores—and, with it, inspiration for New York's restless beverage innovators. Herewith, the city's premiere

December 11, 2007 | New Years
Stoked at Midnight

Serious about making the last moments of 2007 count? Spend them taking in the drunkest Guns N’ Roses tribute band, the most rockin’ improvised musical, or the world’s very best house D.J.

December 2, 2007 | Holidays
The Chosen Ones

With massive menorahs, Israeli rockers, and Jewish singles on the prowl, there's no better place than New York to celebrate Hanukkah.

October 11, 2007 | Feature
Battle of the Fans

To get through the CMJ Music Marathon slog, we've pulled together this handy-dandy itinerary of the worth-it-all shows: Some require CMJ badges; some require getting tickets stat.

October 5, 2007 |
Reviving the Undead

In the city's darkened theaters, terror lurks. Here are your best bets for copping a big-screen scare.

October 2, 2007 |
Unholy Night

Looking for a Halloween party that'll leave you feeling dead the day after? Try moshing to the Misfits, sweating through your mesh shirt to DFA acts, or rooting for the living in a vampiric high-school musical.

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