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Noisy Brooklyn Record Stores; Winter's Eve on the UWS

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WILLIAMSBURG—According to a DNAinfo article, two Moore Street record stores are battling with new tenants in the neighborhood over the right to play their music really, really loud. Click through for a handful of biting arguments on both sides, including this thought from Jesse Millan, the owner of San German Records: "It's like the Christopher Columbus syndrome, you move somewhere and forget anyone was there before you." [DNAinfo]

UPPER WEST SIDE—Tonight marks the Upper West Side's 13th annual Winter's Eve celebration at Lincoln Square. In addition to food, music, and activities for kids, nearby boutiques will offer special discounts. Deals include a free one-week studio pass at YogaWorks and complimentary makeovers when you spend $50 at MAC. Also, you can have your picture taken with Santa at Brooks Brothers. [My Upper West]