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By PJ Vogt
Friday, May 03, 2013
By Stephen Nessen : Reporter, WNYC News
"Everything has been surreal for me for the past 30 years, it just adds onto another completely odd moment. Some of them have been very happy, some of them have been very sad. Today has been both of those." — Ad-Rock, Beastie Boys
Thursday, May 10, 2012
When Adam Yauch, one of the founding members of the Beastie Boys, died of cancer last week, one of the people who mourned him was his English teacher at Edward R. Murrow High School, who recalled him "writing from the heart.'' She says to teachers: "We can never know which of our students will bring about the next revolution or create the next new idea and inspire a generation.''
Monday, May 07, 2012
We remember the guy known as "MCA." Adam Yauch, one of the founding Beastie boys from Brooklyn, died suddenly and unexpectedly late last week from cancer. The Beastie boys were the so-called white crossover hip hop act that sold more than 40 million albums and helped to make hip-hop mainstream.
Friday, March 23, 2012
Young Jean Lee is a playwright who’s become an it-girl of experimental theater in New York City. But as a kid in the late 1980s, Lee was mainstream, dressing in Esprit and listening to New Kids on the Block. But a Rolling Stone review convinced her to splurge on Paul’s Boutique ...
Monday, April 25, 2011
By Marlon Bishop : WNYC Culture Producer
The three members of The Beastie Boys are well into their 40s, but that hasn't stopped them from releasing a new album: Hot Sauce Committee Part Two, which is due out in stores on Sunday, May 3.