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has been reporting on the trend an awful lot lately, and we’re happy to report Sisqo, DJ Jazzy Jeff, Pauly Shore and more have been packaged into one all-purpose, traveling spectacle. 17, it wraps with a day at Pittsburgh’s South Side Warehouse. And then each city gets its own '90s rock band: Sugar Ray in New York, Vertical Horizon in Columbus and Spin Doctors in Pittsburgh.

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Sisqó was released Sunday after posting bail of 5,000. Police detained the renowned thong connoisseur and Dru Hill member, whose real name is Mark Andrews, at his home in the Baltimore suburb of Randallstown and charged him with five criminal acts, including first-degree assault, resisting arrest and reckless endangerment.His girlfriend, Tera Thomas, was also arrested and charged with second-degree assault and resisting arrest.(Kidding—political writers are our heroes.) But in that , two-second mediated memory, a lot is lost along the way.The landfill of forgotten pop-cultural milestones include TV shows that never made it past a season, musical reinventions that didn't stick, and odd celebrity couples that simply do not make sense.The aptly named 90s Fest will hit New York City, Columbus, Ohio, and Pittsburgh next month, bringing a day’s worth of live music and period-appropriate activities to each city. Bone Thugs-N-Harmony, DJ Jazzy Jeff, Sister Hazel and the cover band Saved by the 90s are on tap for all three days. Watch *NSYNC's Joey Fatone Join 98 Degrees to Perform ' Bye Bye Bye' Each all-day event will also include “obstacles and challenges” from shows like , so perhaps the '90s kids who have stayed in relatively good shape will go home with some moon boots, Encyclopedia Britannica or trips to space camp.