Shea Stadium Launches Kickstarter Campaign to Reopen Beloved Brooklyn Venue
The East Williamsburg independent music haven closed down on March 9 due to "pressure from local authorities."
How Third-Party Game Devs Reverse-Engineered Their Way Onto Your Consoles (and Into Your Heart)
Third-party developers weren’t always quite so revered in the video game industry, but a pair of legal decisions helped them earn their place at the table.
Paris Club Concrete Acquires 24-Hour License
The club's booker: "Everything is possible now."
SoundCloud Will No Longer Take Down DJ Mixes
Its founder announced the policy shift in a recent interview.
Closing Fabric Would be the Biggest Political Threat to UK Nightlife Since the Early 90s
Whether or not you care about fabric itself, the symbolic cost of closing its doors for good would be catastrophic.
What Happened to Nutmeg Mills? The Forgotten Story of a Sports Apparel Pioneer
In the 1990s, Nutmeg Mills redefined gaudy NBA T-shirts and the broader sports apparel business. Then NAFTA happened.
This Audio Recording Links UK Police to Attempted Ban on West Indian Music in London Club
The clip also suggests police were trying to stop the club from playing drum & bass.
London Club Dance Tunnel is Set to Close in August
Hackney licensing laws are being blamed for the closure of the basement nightspot.
The Beatles Are Finally Bringing Their Catalog to Streaming Platforms on Christmas Eve
They've long held out--as they did with iTunes--but that will all change tomorrow.
Fabric Has Won Its Appeal Against Islington Council
The recommendations made by police would have come at a huge financial cost for the nightclub.
A New Poll of Police and Ambulance Staff Shows Why the UK Can't Be Trusted to Drink Responsibly
Around 35 percent of ambulance journeys are somehow related to alcohol.