Emily Tan is a freelance writer and photographer based in Jersey City, N.J. She been covering all things women, pop culture, music and tech since 2008. Emily has been published in the Seattle Times, AOL Music, Lemondop, CMJ, Spinner, PopEater. Currently, Emily contributes to a various places in the U.S. and U.K. including The Line of Best Fit, Idolator, Village Voice, Diffuser.fm and TheBoombox.com. contributes to various sites and publications in the U.S. and U.K. including TheBoomBox.com, Diffuser.fm, The Line of Best Fit, The 405 and Village Voice. Emily is usually on the hunt for the perfect cup of coffee, at a gig, or cycling around the city.
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When Billy Joel stopped by 'The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon' last night, you just knew something musical would happen.
That Cool Hoverboard Is a Hoax … But It’s Still Cool
Remember when Marty McFly hopped on a pink Hoverboard to get away from a bunch of punks in 'Back to the Future 2'? Next to those coming-soon power shoelaces, that hoverboard is one of Doc Brown's most coveted inventions.