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My Night with Nico

What does one do when Fellini movie star, Warhol icon, former bedmate of Jim Morrison, Iggy Pop, and Jackson Browne, and frontwoman of The Velvet Underground leaves the methadone clinic and walks in to your waitressing gig? Holly George-Warren, eminent rock scribe and esteemed guest at The Weeklings, was still slinging hash when she crossed paths with the chanteuse/muse in late seventies Manhattan, but she did not let the opportunity pass her by. Continue reading

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Lou Reed: Rock and Roll’s Dark, Beautiful Heart

How Lou Reed’s appetite for risk and a complete indifference to other people’s definitions of success and failure painted him as the most influential artist of our generation. Continue reading

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