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VICE's political correspondent scopes the scene on the night of Donald Trump's official nomination.
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While you were pretending to have a nice time at an exhibition, he was taking selfies with Craig David, hanging out with Public Enemy, rocking Stussy t-shirts, and "killing it" on stage.
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Legendary photographer Janette Beckman's curated Dirty & Dirty—an exhibition of iconic, must-see music photography.
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