The two New York music bloggers whose sites were shut down over by the Department of Homeland Security over Thanksgiving weekend used to be well-liked, well-known and respected by artists and marketing departments in the industry.
“I get nothing but open-arm receptions,” Kevin Hofman, of OnSmash.com told the New York Times. “I turn down Read More
Today’s Slate article “Kanye West Has a Goblet” starts with a contradiction. The reporter begins by mentioning he’s been invited to the rapper’s Manhattan apartment, and can describe even the most trifling details, such as the firmness of the pillows and the angles of the walls, despite the fact that Kanye West has granted Read More
The New York City Department of Housing Preservation and Development has rejected developer Mark Karasick’s bid for the Mitchell Lama housing development in the western Bronx that many consider to be the birthplace of hip-hop, after an investigation determined that the sale price is not supportable under current rent restrictions.
The decision allows for Read More