Crying won't help you and praying won't do you no good, as Robert Plant once sang. Only MOST BUZZED shows of the week can save your soul.
One of my favorite entrepreneurs of all time is Jimi Hendrix. That might be a surprising statement at first glance, but studying this rock legend's career is instructive for any aspiring entrepreneur.
Blooming with new releases from Deerhunter, Vampire Weekend, Daft Punk, and The National, the following weeks consequently boast some of the most buzzed concerts of 2013 and My Social List is here to help bring order to the live-music chaos.
Music fans are welcoming Crossing Brooklyn Ferry and, for that matter, all of festival season to our not-so-humble city this week.
Even with the Coachella fun/sun loving officially dominating blogosphere bandwidths from Milwaukee to Moscow, our fair city's music scene remains relatively un-phased, tipping its hat and stocking its venues, as if to say "anything you can do..."
Though there are a few tracks that never seem to find themselves and become stand-outs, most of the tracks on Mosquito feel fully developed and diverse, yet cohesive as a whole.
There's a matched pair of elephants on Yogi Lala's front sign. You can't miss them because each one is balancing a diamond the size of the Ritz on the end of its upturned trunk.
If you told me 10 years ago that Bleecker Bob's, the near-legendary New York record store, was closing, I would probably be less upset than I am now.
The sun is finally out -- and that means it's time for some new and spectacular sunglasses. Try some of these new and established eyewear retailers to complete your new look.
It's Sunday morning, and the Chabad of Long Island City is at rest. The same cannot be said of the Rabbi Zev Wineberg and his wife, Rivka, who are busy planning for the coming week.
Warm weather is upon us at last, and with it comes the Third Annual Roosevelt Island Cherry Blossom Festival.
It's Masters week here at the My Social List Clubhouse. The legends are teeing off, bogeys are back on the sidewalks, and, with the weather warming, New York City's live music scene has returned to, ahem, full swing.
Buckle into those Grecian sandals and cut-off shorts, ladies and gents; from here on out it's only going to get crazier.
Seventeen thousand. Manfred Edenhofer is embarrassed to admit that that's all the miles he has put on the 2000 ocean-grey Nissan Altima sitting serenely in his driveway.
Have heart, New York City, for a week after SXSW packed up its barbeque sauce and sweat-slathered stages, the live music hangover has finally lifted.
I know you're sick of SXSW disemboweling the city's venues of most of its talent. Fortunately, our concert halls, arenas, DIY art centers and ballroom stages are just like our residents, resilient. We bounce back quick, and bounce back we have done this week.