Wednesday, April 27, 2011

The Black Eyed Peas, Don Hills, Electric Zoo, Prime 6 and DJ Neil Armstrong

Nightlife News for April 27, 2010
Compliled by Gamal Hennessy

Prince of the City
Nightlife and Urban Development
Prince of the City was recently cited in new study on nightlife and gentrification.

NIMBYs (Not In My Back Yard)
Is Williamsburg Drying Out?
NIMBY elements of a community board in Brooklyn is attempting to follow a failed attempt in LES to stop new venues from opening.

Prime 6
The owner of a proposed hip hop venue in Brooklyn makes a deal with NIMBY elements to limit its music to acoustic shows only when performers play live. 

Don Hills
It was less than an year ago that the classic rock venue reopened. Now with the passing of Don Hill, the landlord has taken over the property and plans to tear the building down (Tie to D. Hill’s Death Post)

Electric Zoo
The music festival is set for Labor Day Weekend.

The Black Eyed Peas
The Hip Pop group has decided to start a music production school in New York, doing for video and music production what Run DMC did for DJing with Scratch Academy.

Hip Hop
A collection of Hip hop scholars fight against homophobia in the music and the culture.

DJ Neil Armstrong
A well established DJ who helped shape the mixtape scene and toured withJay-Z discusses the craft and personality that goes into the art of the DJ
Outdoor Venues
Urban Daddy offers some options for getting some sun while you get your drink… even if you are afraid of heights.

A new website offer to make nightclubs bid for your party.

Have fun.

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