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Graham Nash will play City Winery on Aug. 23-24

TIMOTHY A. CLARY/AFP/Getty Images Graham Nash and David Crosby performed at Occupy Wall Street in 2011. What, you expected him to talk about music? When folk rocker Graham Nash — the “N” of CSNY for more than four decades — ...

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The Joe D Show: 19th annual FringeNYC

Fringe binge, anyone? The 19th annual New York International Fringe Festival launches its 16-day, 200-show theaterpalooza on Aug. 14. As always, it’s a eclectic buffet of theater. Think: serious dramas like “Lincoln’s Blood,” noir-y farces like “Reading Between the Lies,” ...

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'Hamilton' boosts interest in '10 dollar Founding Father'

Lin-Manuel Miranda and the cast of “Hamilton” at the Public Theater’s pre-Broadway run. ALEXANDER HAMILTON is money in the bank. “Hamilton,” the Broadway musical about the “10 dollar Founding Father” racked up a massive $ 30 million advance, but it’s ...

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'Alice in Chains: The Untold Story' shows band's drug battle

Handout Cover for ‘Alice and Chains: The Untold Story,’ by David de Sola. Alice in Chains was the first of grunge’s big four to break out, but Nirvana clearly won the to-the-death competition. Kurt Cobain short-circuited death by heroin with ...

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