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NEW YORK CITY: Madison Square Garden Told To Find New Location In 10 Years

Yesterday the New York City Council voted 47-1 to renew the lease for Madison Square Garden for a mere ten years, rather than an “in perpetuity” lease as the venue had wanted. Ten years should be enough time, officials said, for the Garden to find a new location and for the city to devise plans for an expanded Pennsylvania Station, ...

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New Yorkers Rally Against Hate Crimes Outside Madison Square Garden

Hundreds of LGBT New Yorkers gathered outside Madison Square Garden last night in protest of the ongoing spree of violent anti-gay hate crimes, one of which occurred outside the famed sports venue. The protest was organized by Queer Rising and the LGBT Anti-Violence Project. Visit the Facebook page of Gay Marriage USA for many more photos and some of the ...

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Bob Mould Rocks Madison Square Garden

At a sold out show at Madison Square Garden, the Foo Fighters invited openly gay rock legend Bob Mould to join them for a jam session which included a cover version of Tom Petty’s classic, Breakdown. The audience gave Mould a rousing welcome.

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Dawk Sawkasm In Thuh Claahsroom

Last night my pal Jerry treated me to Roger Waters’ restaging of Pink Floyd’s The Wall at Madison Square Garden, where 20,000 New Yorkers sang along to the title track in mock British accents. (Same thing when I saw Depeche Mode in Miami: The grawbing hanns, grawb all they conn.) The show was every bit the spectacle it’s reputed to ...

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Piano Player

Madison Square Garden, Wednesday, 9pm Stoner Dude: Fuck that, she’s not bi. No such thing. She’s just softening you up for the big lesbo announcement. Rock Chick: No such thing? Just because you can’t imagine it personally doesn’t mean there’s no such thing as bisexuals. That’s like saying because YOU don’t know how to play the piano, there’s no such ...

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Morning View – Madison Square Garden

The fourth incarnation of Madison Square Garden sits atop Penn Station in midtown, about a mile and a half from the actual Madison Square, where the first Garden was built in 1879. The current Garden was built in 1968 at the cost of the grand above-ground Beaux Arts portion of Penn Station (which you know if you are watching Mad ...

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