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Nadia Kovacs

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    Drawing close to 200,000 people, it was a wild weekend at the Coliseum where the Electric Daisy Carnival was held for two nights this past weekend. There has been some drama surrounding the event, which can be read about here, but this post is about people enjoying the festival in all its glory. Here's a little taste of what was seen. Also: Of Sexy Pirates and Syncopated Music, Photos of Day 1 at the Electric...
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    Drawing some 185,000 people, it was a wild weekend at the L.A. Coliseum where the Electric Daisy Carnival was held for two nights. Besides the hundred or so sent to the hospital, which prompted local doctors to question the event, and a stampede, it was still a festival to be enjoyed by throngs of people Here's a little taste of what was seen....
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    Friday, March 16th, 2007 Complete Control Radio Presents: Pre St. Patty's Day Bash @ Knitting Factory Hollywood. The Briggs, Casxio, The Lieutenants and Time Again. Show starts at 7:30pm on the main stage. Knitting Factory Hollywood 7021 Hollywood Blvd Hollywood, CA 90028 Saturday, March 17th, St. Patrick's Day Pre-Screening of The Freaks, Nerds, & Romantics Movie, inspired by The Bouncing Souls. They'll be screening this as part of a double feature with Los Angeles...
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    Friday, March 9th, 2007 Youth Brigade, the headliners this Friday are joined by Pistol Grip, The Ignorant and Broke Till Thursday. The awesomeness goes down at The Airliner in Downtown Los Angeles. All ages, doors open at 7:30pm. The Airliner 2419 Broadway Los Angeles, CA, 90031 Saturday, March 10th, 2007 Get your pre-St. Paddy's day party on at Alex's Bar in Long Beach for another Punk Rock Social - LIVE* featuring The Generators, Gito...
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    You know that you're in for a great show when the crowd is packed shoulder-to-shoulder even before the opening band goes on. And that's exactly how it went down at the Knitting Factory last Friday. The show took place in the Knitting Factory's front room, which has to be one of my favorite venues in LA. Small enough to give you that front row feeling, but large enough to hold a crap-ton of people...
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    Photo of The Street Dogs by Nadia Kovacs at The Music Box on Feb. 22, 2007 Prepare for a weekend jam-packed full of punk rock awesomeness! Whether you're into boozin and bands or brawling and babes, we've gotcha covered! It's a Knitting Factory double feature this weekend: Friday, March 2nd 8pm- Main Stage: The Blasters Angel City Outcasts Mad Marge and the Stone Cutters Angel City Outcasts, recently returning form their European tour, team...

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