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Another Exclusive: Country Rock Trio Honey River Makes ‘Sweet’ Love With Their Amazing Music

Honey River
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The world of country has found its footing in the mainstream music world over the past couple of years, thanks to a ton of artists that have found success outside of their industry hopping in and working with some of the biggest talents out there. For Country rock trio Honey River, they have a different idea on what type of music should be out there as the inspirations for their sounds date back to a time where artists were truly known as iconic.

MD Exclusive with ‘American Housewife’ Star Daniel DiMaggio!

American Housewife
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American Housewife happens to be one of the funniest sitcoms on television right now, and Daniel DiMaggio only enhances just how hilarious this show can be.

Need to Know: Fogo de Chão Partners with World Class Winery

Fogo de Chão
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Fogo de Chão is more than just a restaurant, it’s an experience. The popular Brazilian steakhouse, located right across from MoMA (Museum of Modern Art) has just announced some exciting news that coincides with the all the different types of meats and sides you’ll be having while there.

Foodie Review: TGA NYC is My Kind of Sports Bar

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I really enjoy foodie locations in Manhattan that are no musk, no fuss. In other words: straight to the point kind of cuisine in a great location. TGA NYC, a newly opened sports bar only blocks away from Madison Square Garden, is that and then some, as it tickled my culinary bone in more ways than one.

Vaeda Black’s Indie-Pop Sound Blends Well Within the Industry Today

Vaeda Black
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Several music icons have come from Long Island. Mariah Carey, Busta Rhymes, LL Cool J. 16-year-old Vaeda Black, who comes from the North Shore (an area I am all too familiar with) could be next on that list given how incredible her indie-pop and alternative sound is that resonates so well with what’s going on in the music industry today.

Westin Hotel’s Foundry Bar & Kitchen is a Pleasant Surprise

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Can you actually enjoy lodging and dining in the tourist trap known as Times Square? New Yorkers worth their salt are likely to say “fuggedaboutit!” I too was a skeptic until I found myself at the Foundry Bar and Kitchen, located within the Westin Hotel on 43rd and 8th.  This unique oasis of calm is a much welcome find in a neighborhood rife with chain restaurants and loud pubs.

Review: KINK HAÜS Serves It Up Fierce at LaMama

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Fucked-up and fierce, fast and furious, funny and faggoty, fabulous and fantastic, KINK HAÜS is strutting its stuff at LaMama Downstairs.

Monsieur Job on Their Meteoric Rise in the Music Industry

Monsieur Job
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A trend that has occurred for several years now is primarily Spanish-speaking songs finding their way to the top of the Billboard Hot 100 charts. This dates all the way back to the mid-90’s when Los Del Rio released “Macarena” and has continued on from there with songs from J. Balvin, Luis Fonsi and several more just to name a few.

Talented Chefs Compete for a Spot Inside Urbanspace’s Lexington Avenue Market

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The opportunity to have your culinary space in Manhattan is one that many dreams about but is never able to conquer. That will easily change for one very talented up-and-coming New York City chef, as three of them are competing to have their own 3-month lease inside Urbanspace’s fabulous Lexington Avenue market in Midtown East as part of Citi’s Urbanspace Challenge.

Review: Theater East’s ‘Holy Ghosts’ is a Testament to Human Frailty

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If we’re alone in this world with no Higher Power to guide us, we are probably doomed.  If on the other we find ourselves favoring the faith of the characters in Romulus Linney’s  Holy Ghosts, we might want to pray for a third option.