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Friday, Feb 10, 2012

Talk Stoop With Cat Greenleaf

Talk Stoop With Cat Greenleaf

"Big Brother" can take some pointers from other successful reality series. TV Without Pity tells us why this season is such a disappointment.

Friday, May 28, 2010

The Debrief with David Ushery

The Debrief with David Ushery

"Big Brother" can take some pointers from other successful reality series. TV Without Pity tells us why this season is such a disappointment.

Tuesday, Aug 17, 2010

Moms and the City and a Dad Named David

Moms and the City and a Dad Named David

"Big Brother" can take some pointers from other successful reality series. TV Without Pity tells us why this season is such a disappointment.

Tuesday, Jun 25, 2013

Femi Kuti in Central Park

Femi Kuti in Central Park

We spoke with Nigerian bandleader Femi Kuti before his vibrant show in the summer heat of Central Park's SummerStage. Kuti spoke his mind on the current affairs of the world, warning that if no major changes come soon, revolution may spread to Europ and the USA.

Thursday, Mar 21, 2013

Turkish Folk Legend Debuts in NYC

Turkish Folk Legend Debuts in NYC

We spoke with legendary Turkish musician Erdal Erzincan before his U.S. debut as a soloist to a sold out crowd at The Graduate Center's Elebash Recital Hall. Playing a baglama, a long-necked lute from West Asia, Erzincan performed stunning improvisations on the folk music of the Alevi people, a mystical Sufi sect to which he belongs. The performance was part of the Live@365 world music series.The interview and translation were completed with the help of Ozan Aksoy.

Monday, Aug 20, 2012
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By Erica Camille

PHOTOS: Sharon Jones and the Dap Kings

Sharon Jones said of Brooklyn, "It's great to be home," as she sang to a packed...View gallery

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Thursday, Aug 9, 2012

Milo Greene: Music for Film

Milo Greene: Music for Film

We spoke with Graham Fink and Andrew Heringer of L.A. indie folk band Milo Greene before their well-attended gig at the Mercury Lounge. In our chat we learned the story of the band's name, their cinematic inklings and the homogenization of the Brooklyn and L.A. indie rock scenes. Music video courtesy of Milo Greene.

Monday, Jul 30, 2012

Girl Talk Live: Like Iggy Pop, Not Kraftwerk

Girl Talk Live: Like Iggy Pop, Not Kraftwerk

Nonstop Sound spoke with Gregg Gillis -- aka Girl Talk -- before his toilet paper-clogged bonanza at the Catalpa Festival on Randall's Island. Gillis spoke of the importance of a visceral live performance and his relentless attack on the audience in hopes that everyone will have a good time, whether they like it or not.

Friday, Aug 19, 2011

TV Without Pity: The Fall Line-up

TV Without Pity:  The Fall Line-up

Fall is quickly approaching, which means our favorite shows will soon return. TV Without Pity tells us what to expect.

Friday, Aug 19, 2011

TV Without Pity: A Disappointing "Big Brother"

TV Without Pity:  A Disappointing "Big Brother"

"Big Brother" can take some pointers from other successful reality series. TV Without Pity tells us why this season is such a disappointment.

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NY Zoo Giraffe Stream Banned for 'Nudity' Back After Outcry

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$1 Million Powerball Ticket Sold in New York

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Inauguration Singer Calls to Meet Trump on Trans Rights

Inauguration Singer Calls to Meet Trump on Trans Rights

More than a month after performing at President Donald Trump's inauguration, singer Jackie Evancho says she and her transgender sister want to meet with him about transgender rights. The 16-year-old made the request in a tweet Wednesday night . Evancho appeared alongside her sister, Juliet, on ABC's "Good Morning America" on Thursday. Juliet Evancho says they hope to "enlighten" the president. The tweet followed the Trump administration's move Wednesday to end federal protection for transgender students that allowed them to use public school bathrooms and locker rooms matching their gender identities.

NJT Service Resumes After Fire Brings Most Trains to Halt

NJT Service Resumes After Fire Brings Most Trains to Halt

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Transatlantic Flights Coming to NY's Stewart Airport in June

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