Posted in music | tour dates on April 30, 2014

St. Vincent in Chicago earlier this month (more by James Richards IV)
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A few of the paid Celebrate Brooklyn! shows at Prospect Park have already been announced, including The National, Neutral Milk Hotel, and Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds, plus the free Janelle Monae show, and now BRIC has announced the full lineup for the 2014 season.

The full lineup is listed below. Some highlights of the FREE shows include:

Dum Dum Girls, Hospitality and TEEN on June 21.

Warpaint and Yellowbirds on June 26.

Shovels & Rope, Valerie June and Shakey Graves on June 27.

Robert Glasper Experiment featuring Talib Kweli, Glenn Kotche and Aja Monet on July 5.

Deltron 3030 and Nomadic Massive on July 19.

Nickel Creek on July 24.

Kes the Band and Kuenta I Tambu (KiT) on August 2.

St. Vincent and San Fermin on August 9.

All of the above-mentioned shows are FREE, all ages, and open to the public. Most start at 7 or 7:30 PM. Check out the full Celebrate Brooklyn! schedule below...

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(update: note some recent additions/subtractions to the lineup)

CELEBRATE BROOKLYN! 2014 LINEUP

WEDNESDAY, JUNE 4, 8:00 P.M.
JANELLE MONÁE
Opening Night Concert
FREE

Over the course of one EP (Metropolis: Suite 1 (The Chase), 2007) and two critically acclaimed concept albums (The ArchAndroid, 2010 and The Electric Lady, 2013), Janelle Monáe has revealed herself as one of the most original pop voices of her generation: at once futuristic, retro, and totally of the moment. Protégé of Big Boi, signed to Bad Boy, and the founder of her own Wondaland Art Society, she is "a super-musical cross between James Brown, Judy Garland, André 3000 and Steve Jobs, invented to test the desperate incredulity of music journalists" (The Telegraph).

Prior to the concert, BRIC will hold the Celebrate Brooklyn! Opening Night Gala, honoring Kenneth Adams, President & CEO of Empire State Development and Commissioner of the New York State Department of Economic Development, at 5:30 P.M. Gala tickets can be purchased online at www.BRICartsmedia.org/cb or by contacting Kristina Beaudett at 718.683.5633 or kbeaudett@BRICartsmedia.org.

Following the concert, at 10:00 P.M., gala guests and Friends of Celebrate Brooklyn! (i.e., members) are invited to the Opening Night After-Party featuring DJ Spinna.

SATURDAY, JUNE 7, 7:00 P.M.
Bud Light Music Series
THE SOUL REBELS | JON CLEARY & THE ABSOLUTE MONSTER GENTLEMEN | THE LOST BAYOU RAMBLERS
FREE

A rousing triple bill that celebrates the many sounds of Louisiana with The Soul Rebels, "the missing link between Public Enemy and Louis Armstrong" (Village Voice), supplying the brass, Jon Cleary, whose R&B combo "is as broad, deep and roiling as the Mississippi river" (Rolling Stone), and Lost Bayou Ramblers coming through with the foot-stomping zydeco.

TUESDAY, JUNE 10, 7:00 P.M.
JACK JOHNSON | BAHAMAS
Celebrate Brooklyn! Benefit Concert
SOLD OUT

THURSDAY, JUNE 12, 7:00 P.M.
Celebrate Brooklyn! & Blue Note Jazz Festival Present
CELEBRATE ORNETTE: THE MUSIC OF ORNETTE COLEMAN FEATURING DENARDO COLEMAN VIBE
FREE

The pioneering saxophonist and composer Ornette Coleman "expanded the jazz idiom more than anyone except perhaps Louis Armstrong" (All About Jazz), but his influence reaches far beyond jazz. His son Denardo, an outstanding drummer who debuted on record with his father at the age of 10, convenes a deep and surprising lineup of special guests for a long-overdue exploration and celebration of Ornette's music and spirit, with his own band at the core. Special guests include Afrika Bambaataa, Bill Laswell, Bruce Hornsby, Flea, Geri Allen, Henry Threadgill, James Blood Ulmer, Patti Smith and many more. See www.BRICartsmedia.org for lineup updates.

SATURDAY, JUNE 14, 4:00 P.M.
OZOMATLI'S OZOKIDZ
Ezra Jack Keats Family Concert
FREE

The Grammy-winning, TED-Talking, fiercely political and devotedly multi-cultural L.A. party band Ozomatli brought their "effortless mashup of musical styles" (NPR Music), to families and children in 2012 with the album OzoKids. They head to the Bandshell for Celebrate Brooklyn's annual homage to the trailblazing children's book author and illustrator Ezra Jack Keats, a Brooklyn native who was the first to populate his distinctly urban stories with young people of color. Along with music, the day will feature readings of Keats' work, great food for all ages, and of course the great Park Slope tradition of on-site stroller parking.

TUESDAY, JUNE 17, 7:00 P.M.
THE NATIONAL | PHOSPHORESCENT
Celebrate Brooklyn! Benefit Concert
SOLD OUT

WEDNESDAY, JUNE 18, 7:00 P.M.
THE NATIONAL | LORD HURON
Celebrate Brooklyn! Benefit Concert
SOLD OUT

THURSDAY, JUNE 19, 7:00 P.M.
THE NATIONAL | MS MR
Celebrate Brooklyn! Benefit Concert

Tickets are available via Ticketmaster, the Mercury Lounge box office and the Music Hall of Williamsburg box office.
$49.50 advance / $50 day of show

FRIDAY, JUNE 20, 7:30 P.M.
AMOS LEE | LAKE STREET DIVE
FREE

The Philly-born singer-songwriter Amos Lee, a "gentle genius" (Billboard) of R&B and country-inflected folk, hit his stride with last year's Mountains of Sorrow, Rivers of Song, a record that "brims with introspection about life and love" (Entertainment Weekly). He follows Lake Street Dive, a captivating indie-pop-swing foursome whose lead singer Rachel Price "has the soulful howl of a young Etta James" (Daily News).

SATURDAY, JUNE 21, 7:00 P.M.
DUM DUM GIRLS | HOSPITALITY | TEEN
FREE

Named in homage to both Iggy Pop and The Vaselines, Dum Dum Girls might be the smartest band ever to put '60s girl group sounds through a garage rock meat grinder. Their first LP, I Will Be, was "a blistering half-hour of menacing, witty bubblegum pop" (Pitchfork), and every release since has been a revelatory combination of deep musical references and pure adrenaline. With on-the-rise Brooklyn acts Hospitality and Teen, both riding high on acclaimed sophomore albums released earlier this year.

THURSDAY, JUNE 26, 7:30 P.M.
WARPAINT | YELLOWBIRDS
FREE

Warpaint weaves intricate guitar lines, hypnotic vocals, and driving post punk rhythms into gorgeous, sprawling songs that skirt the line between psychedelia and intimacy. Their self-titled second album, released earlier this year, is "the perfect backdrop for your next midnight séance or moonlit dance party" (Rolling Stone). Brooklyn singer-guitarist-songwriter Sam Cohen's Yellowbirds play bracing rock 'n' roll and bubbling folk, drifting jangle and swiveling R&B with "an endearing raggedness, as though Cohen invited you into his living room" (Pitchfork).

FRIDAY, JUNE 27, 7:00 P.M.
Bud Light Music Series
SHOVELS & ROPE | VALERIE JUNE | SHAKEY GRAVES
FREE

Husband-and-wife duo Shovels & Rope's "first rate tunes" range from "raucous anthems to dark story songs" (New Yorker). The astonishing Valerie June, "a major star in waiting" (London Evening Standard), blends rural roots and country that crosses Alan Lomax's acoustic field recordings with biting, electric indie-blues. Shakey Graves conjures sparse, spooky folk with a guitar, a modified suitcase/kick drum and a voice that "jumps from a whisper to a yelp" (Austin360).

SATURDAY, JUNE 28, 7:30 P.M.
LUCIANO | SANDRA ST. VICTOR & OYA'S DAUGHTER
FREE

Hailed as the greatest hope for the survival of roots reggae, Luciano couples a cosmopolitan style with "soulful, spiritual messages ... that feel pulled straight out of gospel" (The New York Times). The prolific Jamaican overflows with music; he has released 40 records since his 1995 landmark debut, Where There Is Life. The evening begins with a tribute to the beloved community activist Faybiene Miranda led by the powerhouse singer Sandra St. Victor and featuring students from the Ifetayo Cultural Arts Academy, which Miranda ran in Brooklyn until her passing.

SATURDAY, JULY 5, 7:00 P.M.
ROBERT GLASPER EXPERIMENT FEATURING TALIB KWELI | GLENN KOTCHE | AJA MONET
FREE

An elevated hybrid of jazz, hip-hop, and R&B leaps from the Grammy-winning fingers of the "supple, simmering pianist" (NPR Music). Robert Glasper--a fusion that finds its most potent expression with his exceptional band Robert Glasper Experiment. He comes to the Bandshell with the stalwart Brooklyn MC Talib Kweli on board to add his lyrical prowess to the holiday weekend. The versatile percussionist and composer Glenn Kotche's solo work--on glorious display in Adventureland, released earlier this year--is "as rooted around high-brow concepts as it is in rhythmic dynamicity and melodic bemusement" (Pitchfork). Aja Monet, the youngest ever winner of the New York City's Nuyorican Poets Café Grand Slam Champion title, takes the stage for an opening set.

THURSDAY, JULY 10, 7:00 P.M.
Bud Light Latin Music Series
Celebrate Brooklyn! & LAMC Present
ILLYA KURYAKI & THE VALDERRAMAS | CHOCQUIBTOWN | RVSB
FREE

The reunited Argentine duo Illya Kuryaki & the Valderramas deliver a blend of hip-hop, rock, funk, and salsa with an irresistible sense of fun and mischief. They headline this LAMC (Latin Alternative Music Conference) showcase, which also includes hard-hitting, Latin Grammy-winning Afro-Colombian hip-hop group ChocQuibTown and the hypnotic Chilean duo RVSB, a collaboration between Latin Bitman and DJ Raff.

FRIDAY, JULY 11, 7:30 P.M.
VOTE, IT AIN'T ILLEGAL YET!
FREE

Directed by author/filmmaker/journalist and longtime Fort Greene resident Nelson George, this special BRIC commission honors the 50th anniversary of the landmark Voting Rights Acts of 1965 with a moving and exciting combination of film, music, and spoken word. This ambitious exploration of American polls yesterday and today celebrates and recognizes the journey we have collectively undertaken towards equality at the voting booth--and the distance we have left to travel. Vote, It Ain't Illegal Yet! will include contributions by Burning Spear, Vernon Reid, Maya Azucena, Roger Guenveur Smith, Carl Hancock Rux, Rosario Dawson, Ramya Ramana and many more. With musical direction by D-Nice. See www.BRICartsmedia.org for lineup updates.

SATURDAY, JULY 12, 7:30 P.M.
Music & Movies
ALLOY ORCHESTRA: HE WHO GETS SLAPPED | STEPHANE WREMBEL
FREE

With its signature rack of junk and an endless arsenal of sounds, Alloy Orchestra, "the best in the world at accompanying silent films" (Roger Ebert), returns to Celebrate Brooklyn! with the NYC premiere of its original score to He Who Gets Slapped (1924), the tragic tale of a brilliant scientist who loses his research--and his wife--to a dishonest man and winds up a down-and-out circus clown with a very peculiar act. With an opening set by local Gypsy jazz guitar wizard Stephane Wrembel.

THURSDAY, JULY 17, 8:00 P.M.
SHEN WEI DANCE
FREE

The Chinese-born, NYC-based Shen Wei is internationally renowned for his cross-cultural, boldly visual movement-based works, the 2008 Beijing Olympics opening ceremonies being among his best-known choreographic spectacles. This evening-length program centers on his Rite of Spring, a lushly physical expression of Stravinsky's great score. "Shen Wei's Rite reclaims the ambitious, hopeful modern spirit bubbling at the time Stravinsky and Nijinsky created their 1913 original--that is, unembarrassed to think and aspire to more" (Boston Globe).

FRIDAY, JULY 18, 7:00 P.M.
Celebrate Brooklyn! & Brasil Summerfest Present
BEBEL GILBERTO | VINICIUS CANTUÁRIA | NETSAYI
FREE

Brazilian musical royalty comes to the Bandshell in the form of Bebel Gilberto, "a bewitching figure" (Los Angeles Times) who elegantly celebrates the bossa nova style her father, the legendary guitarist João Gilberto, helped popularize. Vinicius Cantuária, "the doyen of Brazilian singer-songwriters" (The Guardian), is a Bossa Nova icon in his own right whose storied career includes explorations into rock and a long love affair with New York's downtown jazz world. The evening begins with a set of contemporary African folk from the exquisite Zimbabwean singer Netsayi.

SATURDAY, JULY 19, 7:30 P.M.
DELTRON 3030 | NOMADIC MASSIVE
FREE

Featuring DJ and musician Kid Koala, producer Dan the Automator, and "the King of the Oddball Rappers" (Pitchfork) Del the Funky Homosapian, Deltron 3030 is one of the great alternative hip-hop concept projects of all time, an Afrofuturist extravaganza in the tradition of Sun Ra and George Clinton. The original eponymous record from 2000 and last year's follow up, Event II, recount the outer space adventures of Del's alter ego Deltron Zero in the year 3030. For the live version, an orchestra joins the supergroup. The sprawling Montréal hip-hop collective Nomadic Massive opens the night.

TUESDAY & WEDNESDAY, JULY 22 & 23, 7:00 P.M.
NEUTRAL MILK HOTEL | CIRCULATORY SYSTEM
Celebrate Brooklyn! Benefit Concert

July 22 - SOLD OUT
Tickets for July 23 are available via Ticketmaster, the Mercury Lounge box office and the Music Hall of Williamsburg box office. $39.50 advance / $45 day of show

THURSDAY, JULY 24, 7:30 P.M.
NICKEL CREEK
FREE

In the seven years since they last performed together, the influential bluegrass outfit Nickel Creek's "deep and specific rapport as a trio has sat untroubled on the shelf, ready to be uncorked at any time" (The New York Times). On the 25th anniversary of the band's formation, Chris Thile, Sara Watkins, and Sean Watkins have obliged their untold hoards of fans with a new album, a tour, and a free show at Celebrate Brooklyn!

SATURDAY, JULY 26, 7:00 P.M.
NICK CAVE & THE BAD SEEDS | DEVENDRA BANHART | NICOLE ATKINS

Celebrate Brooklyn! Benefit ConcertTickets are available via Ticketmaster and Best Buy Theater box office
$59.50

FRIDAY, JULY 25, 7:30 P.M.
Music & Movies
AMANDLA!: A REVOLUTION IN FOUR-PART HARMONY | NAO MUYANGA
FREE

Twenty years ago, South Africa's apartheid regime fell. To mark the occasion, Celebrate Brooklyn! presents a rare screening of the Amandla!: A Revolution in Four-Part Harmony (2002), an extraordinary documentary featuring Miriam Makeba, Abdullah Ibrahim, Hugh Masekela and many others. The film examines the role music played in the forging of the modern nation. South African composer Neo Muyanga begins the evening with a set that will include a live performance of his score to William Kentridges's short film Second-hand Reading (2013), performed with live projection.

THURSDAY, JULY 31, 7:30 P.M.
DANCE THEATER OF HARLEM | LEYLA MCCALLA
FREE

The return of Dance Theater of Harlem to the world stage after a nine-year hiatus is cause for celebration. The groundbreaking company is here with a program that includes Donald Byrd's Contested Space (2012), Robert Garland's Return (1999) and a sleek and evocative restaging of Frederic Franklin's 1984 masterpiece of classical rigor Pas de Dix by Keith Saunders, Kellye Saunders, and Virginia Johnson. The New Orleans-based cellist and singer Leyla McCalla, whose recent album Vari-Colored Songs pays tribute to the poetry of Langston Hughes, plays an opening set.

FRIDAY, AUGUST 1, 7:30 P.M.
Bud Light Latin Music Series
JIMMY BOSCH Y SU ESTRELLAS | PEDRITO MARTINEZ GROUP FEATURING ARIACNE TRUJILLO
FREE

A Latin dance party of epic proportions comes to the Bandshell with Jimmy Bosch, "El Trombon Criollo," leading an all-star ensemble that includes Herman Olivera, Willito Otero, Yoko La Japonesa Salsera, Edwin Sanchez, Karen Joseph, Bobby Allende, Jorge Gonzalez, Orlanda Vega, Jose Tabares, Mitch Frohman, Pete Nader, Jeff Lederer and the Yamulee Dancers. Bosch shares the bill with Cuban percussionist Pedrito Martinez, his band augmented here by the vocalist Ariacne Trujillo.

SATURDAY, AUGUST 2, 7:30 P.M.
KES THE BAND | KUENTA I TAMBU (KiT)
FREE

Trinidad's Kes, a band of brothers that has taken the soca world by storm with hits like Wotless and Tuesday on the Rocks, brings its "bigger, better, crazier, sexier" (Caribbean Beat) island pop sound to the Bandshell. Kuenta i Tambu (KiT) incites frenzy on the dance floor with a sound that blends the Afro Caribbean party music of its Curuçao heritage with club beats from its Amsterdam home.

THURSDAY, AUGUST 7, 7:30 P.M.
ALTAN | MAURA O'CONNELL
FREE

Founded in County Donegal nearly three decades ago and "thought by many to be the finest traditional Irish combo working today" (Chicago Weekly), Altan "have managed to cross the all-important cultural barriers between folk and world and rock music" (Dublin's Sunday Tribune). With the singer Maura O'Connell, who delivers stirring renditions of Irish classics with a hint of Nashville twang.

FRIDAY, AUGUST 8, 7:30 P.M.
Music & Movies
ASIAN DUB FOUNDATION: THX 1138 | TAYLOR MCFERRIN
FREE

Asian Dub Foundation's trademark fusion of punk, electronic beats, reggae, bhangra, and hip-hop has attracted many famous fans, from Primal Scream to Radiohead, Sinead O'Connor to Chuck D, all former touring partners and studio collaborators. In a special BRIC commission, the iconic London band performs the world premiere of its new original live score to George Lucas' feature directorial debut THX 1138 (1971), a chilling dystopian fantasy set in an Orwellian future where mood-stabilizing drugs are mandatory, sex is prohibited, and a young Robert Duval quietly rages against the system. Before the film, Taylor McFerrin layers vocals, beat boxing, samples, and live instruments in a one-man performance that "builds from his roots deep in '60s soul to his vision of future hip-hop" (Resident Advisor).

SATURDAY, AUGUST 9, 7:30 P.M.
ST. VINCENT | SAN FERMIN
FREE

Celebrate Brooklyn!'s 36th season concludes with a Festival debut by St. Vincent, whose "bold and almost jarringly confident fourth record, St. Vincent, does not sound like it was recorded here on Earth" (Pitchfork). The free concert begins with the orchestral folk-pop of Brooklyn composer and songwriter Ellis Ludwig-Leone's San Fermin.

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Comments (45)

del da funky homosexual

Posted by Anonymous | April 30, 2014 9:11 AM

CB > Summerstage this year

Posted by Anonymous | April 30, 2014 9:15 AM

yawn

Posted by Anonymous | April 30, 2014 9:15 AM

Lando died when brooklynbowl ended.

Posted by Anonymous | April 30, 2014 9:19 AM

These free shows are all still 'seated' affairs right? pass.

Posted by Anonymous | April 30, 2014 9:24 AM

^ yeah, it's a seated event at a outdoor venue you dumb fuck that has no where for chairs you asshole!

Posted by Anonymous | April 30, 2014 9:33 AM

924 Do you want to mosh or crowd surf? Idiot. Obviously this troll wasn't there when Sonic Youth played...

Posted by Anonymous | April 30, 2014 9:37 AM

RIP Bob Hoskins.

Posted by Anonymous | April 30, 2014 9:38 AM

9:15 that's really old old news. Summerstage sucks for over five years now, and at any of those years CB was better.

Posted by ME | April 30, 2014 9:41 AM

awesome line up

Posted by Anonymous | April 30, 2014 9:47 AM

Not sure why BV did not highlight Bebel Gilberto and Alloy Orchestra, perhaps the two best events of the series.

Posted by Anonymous | April 30, 2014 9:51 AM

9:38 Pennies from Heaven for Bob, great actor and a funny man.

Posted by ME | April 30, 2014 10:01 AM

That has to be the shittiest CB lineup I have seen in many years. Very dissapointed in the lack of a few real 1st tier acts that would appeal to a broad tranche of the community. Sure if you are a hipster or an NPR supporter (are they different?) you are glorying, but I see a lot of holes in this lineup that should be filled with the likes of (from previous years) Richard Thompson, Dr. John, MoB, etc. Jack's basing his booking choices too much on conversations with his daughter and her girlfriends.

Posted by Anonymous | April 30, 2014 10:08 AM

Best lineup ever, great job!

Posted by Anonymous | April 30, 2014 10:21 AM

10:08 while thank you for attaching stuff you like to your 'this sucks' opinion ... Hahaha at dr john. In all your examples the artists are old enough to be receiving social security checks. Is your "community" a retirement home? I don't like when douchebags on here do the ageist thing but being snotty to a lineup because the musicians are mostly younger than 40 is just as annoying.

Posted by Anonymous | April 30, 2014 10:29 AM

CB > Summerstage every year

Posted by Anonymous | April 30, 2014 10:30 AM

Agreed, 10:30 CB is the best summer concert series in the city

Posted by Anonymous | April 30, 2014 10:39 AM

1030...thats for people like you who like the national and drink pepsi.

Posted by Anonymous | April 30, 2014 10:46 AM

The National es basura and those are benefit shows. The free show lineup is amazing this year. And for the Dr. John fan, he's playing a free SummerStage show, dummy.

If you can't get excited about the bookends of the CB free lineup, check your pulse.

Posted by Anonymous | April 30, 2014 11:03 AM

^ dumb as fuck right there

Posted by Anonymous | April 30, 2014 11:14 AM

Thanks so much for ruining the Ornette tribute by booking Patti Smith, ensuring that the place will be packed with chattering mooks.

Posted by Anonymous | April 30, 2014 11:14 AM

There is nothing whatsoever amazing about this lineup, and if you think there is you should have your head examined

Posted by Anonymous | April 30, 2014 11:15 AM

11:14... Are you going to any good EDM shows this summer, bro?

Posted by Anonymous | April 30, 2014 11:18 AM

10:29 uses words like "amazing" and "life changing" to describe The National.

Posted by Anonymous | April 30, 2014 11:20 AM

11:20 still doesn't realize the best part of Celebrate Brooklyn is the free shows and the National shows are not free. Have fun at Gov Ball, bro. Enjoy Skrillex and Elton John on the same stage or whatever.

Posted by Anonymous | April 30, 2014 11:23 AM

I still can't believe Lando died.

Posted by Anonymous | April 30, 2014 11:24 AM

11:23 doesn't realize that 11:20 was describing a person and not a concert. He seems like the kind of person that also talks to trees and laughs at inappropriate times in social settings.

Posted by Anonymous | April 30, 2014 11:25 AM

LANDO DIDN'T DIES YOU FUKERS!!! LANDO WILL BEE BACK!! !!!

Posted by Anonymous | April 30, 2014 11:27 AM

Tightest line-up yet at this thing. Some interesting shows.

Posted by Anonymous | April 30, 2014 11:40 AM

Midwest and Southeast transplants love Nickel Creek. Gonna be lots of locally sourced, ethically prepared beard wax at that one.

Posted by Anonymous | April 30, 2014 11:45 AM

pretty conventional lineup, as always

Posted by Anonymous | April 30, 2014 11:56 AM

The Latin and Jazz shows are always the high points of the CB lineup. This year is no exception.

Posted by Anonymous | April 30, 2014 12:05 PM

agree with 11:14. the Ornette show could be really good except now it is ruined by both Patti's incongruent inclusion and her fans' annoying, jabbering presence.

Posted by Anonymous | April 30, 2014 12:13 PM

Right on cat @11:40, slap me 5

Posted by Anonymous | April 30, 2014 12:15 PM

We will have Un-Celebrate Brooklyn at CityFest 2014. We're going to undo BK 40 to 55 nights in a row.

Posted by Mr. Foot Fetish | April 30, 2014 12:33 PM

It's the return! DELTRON 3030!

Posted by Anonymous | April 30, 2014 12:45 PM

At CityFest we're going til we run out of city stuff, right Mr. Foot Fetish?

Posted by Anonymous | April 30, 2014 12:46 PM

The only ways to celebrate Brooklyn would b to blow up all the spots where the transplants now rule,get some good dope and chill in Bayview watching them from the roof like I did on 9/11 except this time I will b cheering instead of wishing I could shoot every turban wearing mother fucker in sight plz keep all foreigners in we got enough and they having kids so we got enough keep Brooklyn black Spanish and a few whites sprinkled in not rich trustfund baby males females ok cause we can bangem out anyway nyc peaked in the 90s been downhill since 2001

Posted by eazy L | April 30, 2014 2:18 PM

ROTFL ^

Posted by Anonymous | April 30, 2014 3:05 PM

my nuts hurt

Posted by Anonymous | April 30, 2014 3:25 PM

^ for realz, dude is off the meds and got 1 more Mb to burn until his data plan refreshes tomorrow

Posted by Anonymous | April 30, 2014 3:26 PM

something for everybody... other than the majority of above posters... hope you guys have plenty of rolaids...

Posted by Anonymous | April 30, 2014 5:52 PM

Not anything for me 5:52. Don't be so arrogance to think you represent anyone else's opinion but your own, mkay?

Posted by Anonymous | April 30, 2014 8:30 PM

They should just call it "NPR Out Of Doors"

Posted by Anonymous | April 30, 2014 8:41 PM

They should call it "People Talking Shit Out Of Doors". Audience was a fucking D I S G R A C E.

Posted by Anonymous | July 6, 2014 12:09 AM

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