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January 7, 2008
Village Gate to Swing Again

What’s red and fishy?

December 24, 2007
33. Because You Can Party on the Way to Your Party

What with being a public-transportation hub located in the nightlife capital of the universe, the Union Square L-train stop emits roughly enough excitement to meet the partying needs of most fundamentalist theocracies for a year.

December 11, 2007
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 3, 2007
Old School vs. New

One hip-hop fest celebrates the genre’s up-and-comers; the other, its very beginnings.

November 26, 2007
Who Needs Turkey?

Unlike their pop counterparts, the city’s jazz haunts don’t take a breather for Thanksgiving. (The following all had tickets available at press time.)

October 23, 2007
Boozing Is Better in Bed-Stuy

Brooklyn Lager isn't found on tap in this part of the borough. Shoot-em-up hole-in-the-walls of lore are hard to find, too. Instead, stumble into these Bed-Stuy drinking establishments that have flashy dance floors and a preference for top-shelf booze. Plus, one hole-in-the-wall just for kitsch

October 11, 2007
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 22, 2007
Clothing Optional

If you’re looking to explore a new scene, skip the madness of CMJ in favor of a bawdy burlesque show.

October 19, 2007
It’s 1 a.m. Do You Know Where Your Guests Are?

A crew of four New York nightlife experts plan wee-hour high jinks, from a limbo party in Chinatown to a raucous sleepover in the Bowery Hotel.

October 19, 2007
Bachelorette Bar Crawl

Single in Soho for one more night.

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