Taking a break from Halloween for a sec, lets take a look at some of the other parties from last week, including a girl's guide to the NBA, and two art openings, one soft and subtle, one black and white.-
Tina's Tips! A Gal's Guide To The 2010-11 NBA Season
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Want to seem like you know sports but are a little hesitant to suit up and play? Tina Cervasio is your new best friend. The Knicks sideline reporter threw a party to celebrate the launch of her book of tips so now when your boss asks who sunk a three from the top of the key in last night's game you can tell her.
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Subtle isn't a strong point for most New Yorkers but Basak Malone's newest curation at the Gelabert Studios Galleries makes the case for soft over strong. Artists including Carlos Aquilino, Aase-Hilde Brekke, Anthony Coffey and Tove Hellerud contributed and gathered to toast the opening in an understated manner.
Mauro Bonacina Exhibition Opening
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Mauro Bonacina, the Milanese born artist, opened his first New York show at the Charles Bank Gallery with a clatch of close friends and an abundance of vino. The large scale black and white pieces looked right at home in the always innovation gallery space.