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If there's one thing New Yorkers know how to do, it's ringing in the New Year the right way, and 2013 was no exception. From an amazing Armin Van Buuren DJ set at Pier 36 to a little Gangnam Style in Times Square, there were no shortage of NYE celebrations in NYC on Monday night. When it comes to partying, no city does it quite like New York. Just click through to see all the photographic evidence.
If you are not familiar with the indie rock band Real Estate, you should be. Real Estate is originally from New Jersey and released their first album in 2009, titled Real Estate, and released their second album last year, called Days. They are most famous for their hit single "It's Real" and in March, they released their second single. "Easy." They played at Coachella in the spring and have been touring all over the country, rapidly building their fan base each step of the way. This critically acclaimed band has received nothing but rave reviews, including one from Pitchfork Media tagging them as "best new music". More»
Watkins Glen, New York is famous for hosting Summer Jam in 1973, bringing out more people than Woodstock for the Band, the Allman Brothers and the Grateful Dead. Now it has another reason to be known as one of the best places to hold a festival. This weekend, Phish held their 3-day throwdown Superball 9 on the grounds, bringing out some 40,000 hippies. More»
Are music festivals relevant to the iPod generation? Bonnaroo ended last night, and the 75,000 fans who flocked to it suggest that festivals still serve a purpose. But as music becomes less about the zeitgeist and more about the niche, it's fair to ask how communal events like Bonnaroo fit into the fragmented landscape. More»
Monday, May 20
We sat down with Anne Pasternak for a few questions about Creative Time's past and future, as well as the importance of having an awareness about public art in the city.