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We receive emails and comments all the time from readers who turn to our (not inconsiderable) knowledge of NYC for advice, so we've decided to take time out of our busy day of Internet surfing to answer questions. Today: Where should Noah celebrate his 30th? More»
Come on, even Kanye wouldn't stoop to that....or WOULD he! So where did we first hear this meme that's been making its way around the internet all morning? Click below for the answer... More»
[PC and Jessi from NYC Prep. Photo by PPG]. You open your morning paper (or, who are we kidding, your blog reader) and they're THERE: what they said, what they ate, where they went, what they wore. You couldn't care less because you actually hate them, but they are inescapable. Our question of the day today is:
If you had the power to erase one celebrity (or non-celebrity) from New York nightlife/media coverage, who would you choose?
Leave your answer in the comments, and click more for ours.... More»
If a picture is worth 1,000 words, then at least 10 of those words come from your hand gestures. Seeing as you have 5 fingers on each hand, right? Anyway, the question today is what your favorite hand gesture from party pics of bros and their female counterparts. We're gonna categorize some of them for you so you don't have to think so hard. At left is the ubiquitious "ROCK ON" gesture. It symbolizes essentially that you are a bad-ass, but it's also sort of unoriginal way of expressing yourself. It gets the job done, yeah, but just don't overuse it, ladies. More»
[Does holding a bottle of alcohol qualify you to get your pic snapped? Photo by Lisa Wagner for BlogHamptons]. Obviously, bona fide celebrities are obliged to stop on the red carpet to get their picture snapped so that the wire services can post them, newspapers can print them, and blogs can repost them. But what about those of us who haven't quite reached celebrity status (yet)? Do we deserve our time in the flashes of limelight? Or should we steer clear of the Step & Repeat? My take is this: More»
This is so exciting I can barely stand it. In order to get a little more reader involvement up on the site (as opposed to my inbox), we're going to be asking you questions! Please oh please comment in the comment section so we can all get some dialogue going. FUN! Have a question you want answered? Just email me and I'll probably put it up if it's not too goofy. So, today's question;
Let us know below!
Tuesday, May 21
We sat down with Anne Pasternak for a few questions about Creative Time's past and future, as well as the importance of having an awareness about public art in the city.