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Street in the 2000s: How Did We Get Here?

Ross Clark (C’04) wonders, ‘How did I get here?’

Peppermint Patti

Street sat down with Patti Smith at her October 9 performance at the Free Library of Philadelphia to discuss her show at the ICA.

C'mon, feel the angst

For the music snob, the first concert occupies a sacred space. Whether awful or amazing, we remember that first show, be it grooving to New Kids on the Block or sitting with your parents, suffering through a James Taylor set.

From the Editor

Class of '03 in da hizz-ouz...Sink or Swim? We sank!!!..."I do what I want"...Ghetto Quad...TCCICCUR2G2B4G10...TMJ + MSM: Tru Luv Waits...Bros B4 Ho's...Pukin' At The Deck...Fling of '99...Twattin' it up at CosŒ...No Tips for BM at BB's...Cancun!!!...Penn Madness Group (oral favors do not guarantee victory)...Seniors Rule...Shoot for the sun and you might hit a star! Oh my God, so I'm totally like, NOT graduating.

From the Editor

Tomorrow, the shit hits the fan. And I'm really scared for it. You see, my family is coming to town for the weekend - yes, the entire weekend.

From the Editor

An Interview with Ross Clark by Patrick Swayze 34th Street Magazine, is a magazine perpetually under attack for "making shit up." As a journalist, I wanted to get to the heart of the issue and find out whether this weekly tabloid was about fact or fabrication when it comes to interviewing celebrities.

From the Editor

In this time of war, I've been reflecting on what it means to be an American. As our troops are out fighting in the field, it seems that we have all decided that it's time to be patriotic.

Letter from the Editor

This week my dad announced that he is running for Congress. I'm really hoping that he wins. While the fact that he could potentially be shaping national policy is thrilling enough in itself, I'm more excited about what the whole thing means for me.

From the Editor

I have never been to jail. Nor am I planning on visiting one of these fine institutions anytime in the near future.

Red Hot

What is it like to be a Canadian in the music industry? I don't know. I don't really think of it.

New York calling

Electroclash. One word simultaneously has the media buzzing about the newest "it" thing, kids dancing in clubs from Brooklyn to Berlin and critics dismissing the scene as nothing but over-hyped '80s nostalgia.

Music: Irony Is Dead

Street caught up with emo-scenesters the Juliana Theory following their stint at the Bowery Ballroom in New York City on July 18.
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