Kiss made up, but its music went unheard. Nirvana used four women rockers to sing Kurt Cobain’s songs. And Bruce Springsteen’s E Street Band turned its honor into a marathon.
Pretty much any US city, short of maybe Birmingham, AL, has some elements/neighborhoods of hipster culture at this point (you really just need a fixed-gear bike shop, right?), but these 10 cities are vying for the title of hipster-est. Behind Williamsburg, of course.
Deron Williams didn’t want Friday’s Mavs visit to Brooklyn to be about him. In a way, he got his wish, as Dallas built a huge lead before holding on for a 98-90 win that breaks a three-game losing streak for a Mavs team still trying to mature its way into playoff contention.
Hurricane Sandy has stranded more than a dozen high school students and their chaperones in New York.
Now that Deron Williams is staying put in Brooklyn and the likelihood of Dwight Howard following is, well, “likely,” another target for the Dallas Mavericks include a blast-from-the-past –– veteran point guard Steve Nash.
Deron Williams is staying with the Nets. The All-Star point guard says on his Twitter page that he “made a very tough decision today” and posted a picture of the new team logo that accompanies the Nets’ move from New Jersey to Brooklyn.