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Midtown »

This Week's Best Shows and a Spotify Playlist of the Bands

Ten essential concert experiences in New York City between Dec. 12 and Dec. 18.

Upper West Side »

This Week's Best Shows and a Spotify Playlist of the Bands

All the essential concert experiences in New York City between Nov. 13 and Nov. 19.

Bed-Stuy »

Bed-Stuy's First Rock Music Venue Opens on Atlantic Avenue

Olivia, at 1073 Atlantic Ave., opens with a night of music, dancing, art and burlesque.

West Harlem »

Harlem Filmmaker to Present Angolan Death Metal Movie at DOC NYC

Fulbright scholar Jeremy Xido made a documentary film called "Death Metal Angola."

Lower East Side »

Former Cro-Mags Rocker Still in Limbo Three Months After Alleged Stabbing

Prosecutors have yet to indict Harley Flanagan, accused of stabbing his former Cro-Mags bandmates.

East Village »

Veteran Punk Rocker Accused of Stabbing Ex-Bandmates Claims Self-Defense

Ex-Cro-Mags bassist Harley Flanagan, accused of stabbing former bandmates, says he was attacked first.

Greenwich Village »

Music Venue OK'd to Take Over Kenny's Castaways Space

A restaurant and music venue tentatively named Carroll Place is headed to Bleecker Street.

Jackson Heights »

Outdoor Concert Series Brings Classic Rock and Jazz to Jackson Heights

The "Summer Sundays at the Park" series will run until Aug. 26 in Jackson Heights.

Chelsea & Hell's Kitchen »

New BYOB Venue Brings Classic Rock to West Chelsea

Live At Studio 201 gives rock and bluegrass fans a small, intimate concert space.

East Village & Lower East Side »

CBGB's New Owners Plan to Reopen Legendary Rock Club, Report Says

CBGB's new owners want to continue the club's tradition of supporting new bands.

Upper West Side & Morningside Heights »

John Lennon's Eye Doctor Looks Back at Beatle on Anniversary of his Death

Near-sighted Beatle John Lennon visited UWS optometrist Gary Tracy for the four years before his death.

Manhattan »

Listeners Mourn Rock Station WRXP's Shift to News

The station, 101.9 FM, was the only one in New York City playing modern alternative and indie rock.

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