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This weekend's highly anticipated fight night is expected to be the biggest and most subscribed-to showdown in boxing history. Undefeated, five-division world champion, Floyd "Money" Mayweather Jr, and eight-division world champion Manny "PacMan" Pacquiao will face off to unify their Welterweight World Titles at Las Vegas's MGM Grand Garden Arena and on flatscreens across America.
With its subterranean atmosphere, suggestive artwork, and of course, the ever-iconic "All Evil Things" glowing neon behind the DJ booth, the Electric Room was the perfect spot to host the launch of the sexy-and mysterious-debut collection of Death by Dolls on Wednesday.
Besides the OBVIOUS art event on your calendar this weekend (the public opening of the Whitney Museum!), there are plenty of other exhibitions and galleries ready to get your creative juices flowing. Click through for the best in the city!
It’s tough living in Los Angeles. With so many exciting restaurants to choose from, it’s nearly impossible to choose where to dine on your personal holiday. But fear not! Whether you’re in the mood for fancy, fun, frugal, we have the top spots for you.
Finally. April is over, which means it's never going to rain again. Right? Dry yourself off and hit up our favorite tried and true haunts and new eager-to-try spots. From pasta to pierogies, dig in to a little of this, and a little of that.
The opening of the downtown location of the new Whitney Museum has been the talk of art lovers, fashionistas, and society page enthusiasts ever since the Madison Avenue building closed its doors last year. Now the time has finally come to celebrate the unveiling and check out the new Whitney for yourself. On May 2, the museum is hosting a Meatpacking District block party for the ages and opening its brand new doors - for free!
It's that time of year again, NYC. Southern belles in frilly pastel sundresses and matching hats will gather with southern gentlemen in seersucker suits to watch the 2015 141st Annual Kentucky Derby. But just because you won't be traveling down south doesn't mean you can't enjoy the celebration.