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    Preoccupations (formerly known as Viet Cong) has fun new wave-influenced post-punk and I've seen them do a brief set at Basilica Soundscape in the Hudson Valley. Here they are:


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    Now this I like @joplinpicasso . Thanks!

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    Anyone else that's going to Panorama a little miffed that the FYF date has now been added a week beforehand?
    It's dumb, I know, but I was excited to get to see some of the new NTAE material performed live for the very first time, but now FYF will get those instead.

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    Nah. I just gotta try to remain strong and avoid seeing any spoilers of the show before I go.

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    Quote Originally Posted by magnolia View Post
    Anyone else that's going to Panorama a little miffed that the FYF date has now been added a week beforehand?
    It's dumb, I know, but I was excited to get to see some of the new NTAE material performed live for the very first time, but now FYF will get those instead.
    Yup, had the exact same thought.

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    So strongly thinking of going would be flying in. Where should I stay, what should I do besides see NIN?

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    Quote Originally Posted by magnolia View Post
    Anyone else that's going to Panorama a little miffed that the FYF date has now been added a week beforehand?
    It's dumb, I know, but I was excited to get to see some of the new NTAE material performed live for the very first time, but now FYF will get those instead.
    Yeah plus FYF's line up pisses all over Panorama's. Oh well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by magnolia View Post
    Anyone else that's going to Panorama a little miffed that the FYF date has now been added a week beforehand?
    It's dumb, I know, but I was excited to get to see some of the new NTAE material performed live for the very first time, but now FYF will get those instead.
    Oh yeah. I'm a shade of angry just under "pissed off".

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    Quote Originally Posted by bryan_NIN65 View Post
    So strongly thinking of going would be flying in. Where should I stay, what should I do besides see NIN?
    How long you in town? It's NYC, so asking what to do is a loaded question. Some suggestions:

    walk around Central Park
    Go to the Met
    get a burger at JG Mellon by The Met
    get Chinese food late night at Wo Hop in Chinatown. Downstairs, NOT upstairs.
    Dinner one night at DBGB, or if you wanna go fancy (and expensive) than any of Daniel Boloud's fancier spots (Daniel, Boloud, Bar Boloud)
    go shopping in Soho aloing & around Broadway
    Walk along the promenade in Brooklyn Heights for dope shots of the Brooklyn Bridge and downtown Manhattan
    take the brand new MTA train going along 2nd Ave
    go up the Empire State Building, but do NOT support that same bullshit down at the Freedom Tower
    Tons of cool bars on the Lower East Side to go out at night. Start at Katz' Deli and just explore from there. You'll find a place for you, there are hundreds
    take a tour at the Tenement Museum to learn about the immigrant experience in the LES during the 1800's and 1900's. You get to talk through an authentic and preserved tenement building from that era.
    Take the Staten Island Ferry to SI & back for cool pics of the Statue & NYC. And it's free!
    get dessert at Milk & Cookies in lower Chelsea
    Come visit me at my radio stations (jk dont do that we dont know each other and it might get weird)
    dont get mugged
    See Book of Mormon, Avenue Q or a good play.

    Stuff to do in Brooklyn would be a whole other post.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bryan_NIN65 View Post
    So strongly thinking of going would be flying in. Where should I stay, what should I do besides see NIN?
    Listen to @bobbie solo and below are my tips:

    From my first NYC experience a few years ago, you really can't go wrong with Katz's Deli. Pastrami stacked a mile high between your choice of bread.
    Walk around Central Park (I didn't but I did jog around its slightly smaller twin, Prospect Park in Brooklyn).
    Go to the museums if that's your thing (I fucked up and didn't go to any despite the fact that I was staying just down the street from the Brooklyn Museum).
    Look up at the Empire State Building from one of the benches right in front of it (or do the observation deck for $60)
    Go to Flushing and/or Astoria in Queens
    Take a subway to Manhattan, walk around, and explore as much as you can

    There really is so much more I could list but can't think of off the top of my head.

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    Thanks for the tips, may only be coming for one night solo. Figured I could still have time for a couple of things. I think I could go to Katz for lunch when I get there then check out the Staten Ferry and Central Park before the show, and check out Times Square after the show?

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    Quote Originally Posted by bryan_NIN65 View Post
    Thanks for the tips, may only be coming for one night solo. Figured I could still have time for a couple of things. I think I could go to Katz for lunch when I get there then check out the Staten Ferry and Central Park before the show, and check out Times Square after the show?
    If you do go to Katz's, this is very very important: it's cash only.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bryan_NIN65 View Post
    Thanks for the tips, may only be coming for one night solo. Figured I could still have time for a couple of things. I think I could go to Katz for lunch when I get there then check out the Staten Ferry and Central Park before the show, and check out Times Square after the show?
    thats a very big day, part. in what could be a VERY hot day, but it's def. doable.

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    If you do go to Katz's, this is very very important: the bread is fucking terrible

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    also $20 for a sandwich.

    i can't read your username without humming that rupaul song, @TheRealNs1 .
    Last edited by kel; 03-27-2017 at 05:14 PM.

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    For those of you visiting Saturday: https://pbs.twimg.com/media/C-6-eXkX...jpg&name=large

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    What is this? Don't go to Katz's! Go get some ice cream at the Brooklyn waterfront by Jane's Carousel. Also, yep, the SI Ferry is where one can legally imbibe alcohol on public transportation if one is inclined to. Maritime law, baby!

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