Midmorning on Valentine's Day (Feb. 14), Paul McCartney fans got a gift they could hardly have expected. That night, the arena-accustomed star would play a semi-private show in a hall holding barely more than a thousand people, and if they had forty bucks in cash, they could join him.
The fine print was odd, given the holiday's couple-centric focus: Attendees could buy just one ticket each, and had to get to New York's Irving Plaza in person to buy them -- if you and your sweetie weren't both within striking distance of the Union Square area, it was Craigslist time. (There, ticke...
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