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January  7, 2011 
Tammany Hall!

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Last night we celebrated the public opening of new East Village live music venue Tammany Hall.


We snapped Tammany Hall’s Ed Brady, Neon Gold Records co-founder Lizzy Plapinger, and Communion Music promoter Sundown Platt. Neon Gold presented performances by MNDR, Brahms, and French Horn Rebellion, followed by a DJ set by of Chiddy Bang’s Xaphoon Jones. The great line-up had a two-hour wait to get in.

DJ Sean Glass with Mumford & Sons singer and multi-instrumentalist Ben Lovett, who also curates Communion Music, performances in nine cities that expose people to music they would not hear anywhere else. The first US performance is this Sunday at Brooklyn’s Public Assembly, with six bands including Alex Winston, Emil & Friends, and Marques Toliver.


Blondes vs. Brunettes!


Last night we also went to the Alzheimer’s Association first annual NYC Blondes vs. Brunettes kickoff at Bar 29. Junior Committee associate Erica Goldberg and president Erin Eininger flank Alzheimer’s Association EVP Jed Levine.

Junior Committee members Carrie Mann, Liz Johnson, and Hili Banjo. BvB is a wildly popular organization that started in DC and is making its debut in NYC. The happy hour recruited young women to join flag football teams that raise funds to fight the disease.

Over 5.3 million Americans have Alzheimer’s. VHM Network ad sales rep Amanda Schneider, St. Athanasius School’s Anna Genesin and teacher Nicky Seidler.


Scandinavian Music!


Last night, we also went to the Out of Scandinavia Concert Series at the Scandinavia House on Park Avenue, where Nordic performers are showcased on the first Thursday each month. We snapped Iceland’s Snorri Helgason and Finland’s Lau Nau; this was his first solo performance in NYC and her fifth.


Alien Workshop international sales rep Ryan Wells is flanked by web designer Lindsey Whitefield and her brother, copy editor Marshall Whitefield, who got them hooked on this music.


Student Felipe Vasquez, Power House Books’ Krzysztof Poluchowicz, student Andrzej Kinczyk, and costume designer Andrew Jordan.


Shauna Racioppi contributed to this issue.

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