The 2012 Social Good Summit spread out across three days in New York and across the world, with events in Beijing and Nairobi, through the technology of Mashable and Meetup. Panels and discussions ensued about the role individuals, particularly youths, and technology play in influencing the "global conversation".
Bloc Party return stateside in support of a strong new record, playing its version of a "greatest hits" show to fantastic results.
The Killers take direction from Werner Herzog in their Amex UNSTAGED performance bringing Battle Born to the Bronx.
The upcoming Brooklyn Pour, presented by The Village Voice, promises over 100 craft beers and entertainment.
POPMATTERS SPONSOR: Chrissy Murderbot and Dani Shivers put on a high energy show for people looking to do their thing at Chicago's Double Door.
If the protestors outside on the Barclays Center Ribbon cutting day might have indicated, the new arena, and home for NBA's Nets, has stirred up controversy and excitement.
The essential Chicago label throws itself a birthday bash in Baltimore, with a little help from Future Islands, Tortoise, Matmos, and others.
Electronica group, Karmeleons, brought their dance rhythms to New York the same week One Track Heart: The Story of Krishna Das presented the chant singer on the big screen. Both artists utilize their Indian elements to create sounds exemplary of their genres, showing how music, not just from India, can impact an individual.
Bob Mould gave a great performance to a barely half full audience at Williamsburg Park.
Day five of our TIFF coverage features the latest Terrence Malick film To the Wonder and David Ayer's End of Watch.