Rebecca Black had to drop out of school due to bullying, and is now home schooled by her mom. [US]
British Prime Minister David Cameron promised Parliament Thursday to punish Britain’s rioters. "You will pay for what you have done,” he warned the rioters, telling Parliament “We will not let the violent few beat us.” [Reuters]
Viddy is the new smart phone app that is like Instagram but with videos. [NYT]
George Soros' 28-year-old former flame is suing the billionaire over a broken promise to buy her a Lexington Ave. pad, and now she wants $50 million for her trouble. [NYD]
The hotly anticipated "Mad Men" collection has arrived at Banana Republic! [TheCut]
We all started doing it back in middle school, and since then, we know we are in for a night (and a rough morning) when we start whipping it out. It is the dance move we all love and hate: the grind. I never really realized just how many ways there were to grind until looking back on our most recent photo album from Escape To New York. From the standard, to the dirty, to the sandwich, and more check out the many faces of grinding! Which one is your favorite?
viala.guestofaguest.com: Like high school, every party has its archetypes. The jock. The nerd. The hot chick. But that's a pretty boring way to look at the world, don't you think? And outdated, given that L.A. routinely throws parties weird and fun enough to give rise to all sorts of new, more complicated characters... MORE>>
This summer was an epic fail as far as concerts go (and that's putting it mildly) and now that the weekend is looming closer, we can't help but think of all the things we were looking forward to at the Music To Know (MTK) festival... but then we started thinking about all the things we weren't looking forward to. So here it is, what we will and most definitely will not miss about the MTK music festival.
While some of us may be in a style rut, others may be having separation anxiety about parting with some of our favorite summer trends. (Crop tops and I have developed a pretty serious relationship.) Here are a few pieces that can make the seasonal transition without looking completely out of place.
Day & Night came back to Gurney's Inn over the weekend to celebrate it's addition to St. Tropez, and it was messy -- the kind of messy where your bangs are soaked in sticky champagne and plastered down on your forehead and your dress is splattered and stained with cranberry juice and vodka. So what are some lessons we've learned from these drunk bafoons? Well, for one drinking a bottle of rosé that is half the size of your body to the face will undoubtedly lead to some sloppy outcomes...
On Saturday the Montauk Playhouse hosted their sixth annual gala, this year titled "The Diamond In The Rough Gala," to raise money for the expansion of the playhouse itself. The community organization is in the early stages of adding a 299 seat theater and aquatic center to make the space a true family destination for Montauk residents. Comedian Richard Kind hosted the event and provided the laughs and set the mood for an enjoyable evening. Actors, such as Charlie and Jerry O'Connell, came out to show their support as well.
viaguestofaguest.com: Bravo loves bringing you rich women who like drama. The twist this time: They are single and looking to mingle in the vast expanse of the city's dating scene. Let's take a look at the socialites that will make the cast of "Most Eligible." MORE>>
Riding on the Hampton Jitney at least once in your life is a total New York right of passage. No one actually likes the Jitney, but we deal with it's shitty wifi and no cell phone rule because we have to. Plus, deep down inside, all of us has a soft spot for those big green monsters. With that being said, I came across some YouTube video bashing the Jitney in a manner that was probably supposed to be funny but ended up being annoying in the most irritating fashion. Take a look for yourself...