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  1. The rules of clutches have changed. Find out how.
  2. Thought museum parties were on their way out? Think again. flavorpill ups the ante by jumping into a whole new frontier: Rose Center for Earth and Space. We sent Chadwick on a covert mission to hang with the culturati...
  3. Hipsters are flocking north, above 14th St, above the Upper West Side, and even above (gasp) Harlem. Inwood and Washington Heights are seeing the latest great migration, and the outlook is looking...
  4. Jenny Halpert gives us the low-down from this year's Tribeca Film Festival...
  5. Want to give up that day job? Succumb your life to the night? The BLOC Group's Aaron Plenty both works hard AND plays hard--all at the same time. Meredith Boyle follows Aaron through his day to day, illuminating his nocturnal world...
  6. Past attendees to the New York International Auto Show agreed that this year was a bit of a letdown. And if you’ve never been to such an event, here’s what to expect: plenty of suburbanites mixed with plenty of angst-ridden young men traveling in packs; a few gays mainly crowding the Honda, Volvo and Volks Wagon displays; and a dozen or so nicely-dressed actors hired to give high-powered, infomercial-l
  7. I caught up with Tiesto for an afternoon chat in the midst of the chaos. His sharp new artist album called "Elements of Life" features a new musical direction he likes to call "rocktronica." Our talk ranged from what it's like having The Cure and the Red Hot Chili Peppers as his opening acts, letting his mom listen to his unreleased tracks, and what its like not being on the list at parties in Miami. Read on for the 411 on Tiesto.
  8. It’s simple. You e-mail a sexy nightlife photo to Pics@Clubplanet.com. Every week, we give the best one $100. No strings.
  9. Call it a trend. Call it a sleeper revolution. But no one can deny the wave of live music crashing through the city walls. From Williamsburg, to the Lower East Side, and all the way to Meatpacking District, nightlife is being given a second chance. And we have the hipsters to thank for it.
  10. Loaded with loopy riffs, rasps and vocals, Forever (Pineapple Records) is GusGus' 5th record—one prepared to deliver dance floors from messy mash-ups and clichéd claptrap. Viera, Earth and President Bongo share more than Bjork’s Reykjavik origin and ghostly pallor. Their sound is both ominous and light, nostalgic and futuristic—not unlike the original Icelandic deity herself.

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