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Rooftop outdoor garden in the city

#1Thing: How to Grow a Garden in NYC

By Lori Melton In urban areas like New York City, green space might be limited, especially at apartments and brownstones. This can mean you might have to get creative if you’re surrounded by concrete and want to grow a garden. Plus, soil contamination is a big problem all over New York. So, it’s... Read More
Sarfraz Manzoor, Viveik Kalra, Gurinder Chadha, and Paul Mayeda

Get Inspired By Springsteen-Based Flick 'Blinded By The Light''

By Maruful Hossain Blinded By The Light is a brand new movie honoring “The Boss”, Bruce Springsteen and his legendary songs, with the title of the flick literally based off of a single that was on his debut album, Greetings from Asbury Park, NJ’ Video of Bruce Springsteen - Blinded By The Light -... Read More
David Lee Roth and Van Halen

Happy MTV Day: August 1st, 1981 Changed The Game Forever!

Today being MTV Day, we eventually got around to music videos and those we watched over and over and over. Van Halen's "Jump" - Who could forget Eddie’s yellow zebra jacket, Alex’s roto-toms, and Diamond Dave’s splits and kicks? It was live performance magic. Video of Van Halen - Jump MTV made its... Read More
James Corden

Sing Along: Carpool Karaoke The Mic Has Arrived!

By Maruful Hossain Ask yourself one thing: Have you always wanted to sit in the passengers' seat of The Late Late Show host James Corden's car? I'm pretty sure everyone at some point has wanted to sit with James while driving along and singing songs like his celebrity friends. There's a reason it's... Read More
Candy Bar

Snickers Is Ready To Give Away 1 Million Candy Bars This Halloween

By Jason Goldstein There's a petition going around to move Halloween to the last Saturday in October. It already has over 100,000 signatures. Having Halloween on the weekend would allow people to celebrate all day long. Parents would also not have to worry about kids staying up late trick-or-... Read More
Susan Bellows, from left, author Joel Makower, Joel Rosenman, co-producer of the 1969 Woodstock festival, and director/writer/producer Barak Goodman

Producer Of 1969's Woodstock Calls it a Lesson in Community

BEVERLY HILLS, Calif. (AP) — A producer of the 1969 Woodstock festival says he's come to appreciate how a community can be born of difficulty. Joel Rosenman said Tuesday he was so immersed in pulling off the massive event he didn't realize people "were having the time of their life" despite a... Read More