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Last night in NYC, Marquee finally reopened its doors (after a year of renovations, we can confirm that the Chelsea club is better than we remembered), Diane von Furstenberg and Zac Posen came out for Lola Montes Schnabel's "Within Reach" opening reception, Brian Clark debuted his new Pace Gallery exhibition, and so much more!
Last night Naomi Campbell was honored at The Gabrielle Foundation's Angel Ball at Cipriani Wall Street, Mary Kate Olsen stopped by The New York Academy for Art Take Home A Nude Auction at Sotheby's, Russell Simmons attended the Third Annual Caron Renaissance Save A Life Event and so much more. Last night's parties were all about the art!
Anna Wintour and every fashion designer that matters hit CDFA nominations, Cinema Society screened "Cracks," Leon Russell joined Elton John on stage, ladies shopped for candy bags and Candy Bags, journos and theater types went gonzo and much more. Find out what happened last night. More»
Given all the flak and vitriol directed Steve Martin's way in light of his "boring" 92nd St. Y conversation, who knew Robin Williams was rounding up a defense squad? Eli Obus's video tells the story. More»
The other day we mentioned that the 92nd Street Y is one of the city's hidden cultural powerhouses. In case you need just another nudge to trek that far uptown (I'm considering exploring this "subway" thing after the cab fare), last night's panel about the future of women's fashion is the perfect example. Glamour Editor-in-Chief Cindi Leive moderated a discussion of the topic with Ashley Olsen, Isaac Mizrahi and Pulitzer Prize winning popular culture writer, Robin Givhan. More»
The team behind absinthe-centric Chinatown lounge Apotheke just got cleared to open Pulqueria, a taco and margarita joint next door on Doyers Street. Pulqueria might seem like an affront on the area's innumerable dumpling holes-in-the-wall and noodle shops. But it's really just another instance of NYC bars, restaurants and clandestine strip clubs operating in unexpected places. Some of the spots below are stubborn holdouts. Others are examples of neighborhood imperialism. But all make for pleasant detours from the scenes that surround them.... More»
Which famous New Yorker are in the minority of people who are loving their job right now? Answer below... More»
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.