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It was a busy weekend for alternative rock acts looking to spend quality time with A-list actors. Radiohead/Atoms for Peace frontman Thom Yorke dished on everything from music to fatherhood in a wide-ranging interview with Alec Baldwin for his podcast. And it seems Vampire Weekend spent this weekend with revered character actor Steve Buscemi to take part in this year’s New York City Easter Parade.
It might be hard to believe but Tegan and Sara have been making music for close to 20 years. The sisters began their musical evolution in Calgary, Alberta, Canada in 1995.
Thanks to New York City-based Improv Everywhere and unseasonably warm January weather, more than 4,000 people gathered for the annual No Pants Subway Ride.
Besides being snubbed during the GRAMMY nominations this week, they also had a run in with New York’s finest.
You’re invited to the biggest pizza party in the world!
When asked how the judges are getting along, Nicki, with a very convincing facial expression and her sometimes-British accent, said “We’re getting along wonderfully, darling,” drawing laughter and looks from fellow judge Keith Urban.
The singer took to a new egg — a giant sized replica of her perfume bottle — to perform “Sleeping With Gaga,” while a crowd of celebrities watched.
The singer and actor has listed his New York City pad on the market. The catch is, it’ll cost you $7.65 million bucks. Take a look inside.
See hidden NYC with fun. “Go to the part of Grand Central where you can talk 20 feet away from each other against the wall and hear it,” guitarist Jack Antonoff suggests.
Washington Square Park means different things to different people: a park to cut through for neighborhood people, a great fountain to cool down in if you’re a little kid, a place to grab a hot […]