• 1) Ted Leo and his anthemic Pharmacists make their annual stopover at
South Street Seaport tonight, this time with "ruffian punks" DC
Snipers and "hype brewing rock kids" Tokyo Police Club. Nothing quite
so punk like politically-charged lyrics on a quaint tourist-mobbed
Pier. [flavorpill]
• 2) If ever you were looking for the chance to meet Andy Roddick and
test out the speed of your serve, this is it: Tennis Magazine hosts
"Grand Slam," an assortment of pre-US Open festivities at Grand
Central Terminal today. [nymag]

• 1) D'you get the memo? Fame and celebrity—Already Over. Further proof
can be found at Fringe Festival entry "Naughty Prep School Stories,
which Flavorpill describes as the bastard offspring of Waiting For
Guffman and Entertainment Tonight. [flavorpill]
• 2) Negroclash headline Rebound, the PS1 afterparty in Long Island
City. About as much fun as a party accessible by water taxi is allowed
to be. [upcoming]

• 1) Yeah, yeah, yet another McCarren park offering in the To-Do list,
but sue us—they've had good shit all summer. And this one—Dr. Dog
and the Walkmen—is free. [flavorpill]