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Today I found myself reflecting on Hurricane Sandy, Lou Reed, and the old Penn Station. Then, I took a look at what is really in my friend's MDMA (Molly) pills, I got in touch with Facebook's oldest user and I shared my favorite Halloween costume idea. Let's get started...
Hey boys, the girls got a new club and you better listen up! Chances are you know many of the big names on TheLi.st – a new start-up that serves as "a platform for awesome women" according to its founders, Rachel Sklar and Glynnis MacNicol. It's a group that has grown from a small table at Tom & Jerry’s bar to a veritable power list of women over 400 strong.
“There’s a lot money to be made on taking women seriously,” explained Rachel in TheLi.st's new Manhattan office. “That’s actually a quote from Cindy Gallop (of the infamous TED talk Make Love Not Porn, another well-known crusader for women), and we have used it over and over again.” Rachel and Glynnis have been sharing women’s stories in the media for the better part of the last decade, and now they are formally giving them a club to support and connect to one another. It’s an “old boys club” for women – but it’s not on a golf course, it’s online, and it’s helping to get girls, women and mothers interested, engaged, and even funded in the tech space. Powerful men are taking notice and getting on board - they have figured out that women are a good investment. Angel investor and Barbarian Group co-founder Rick Webb is an adviser and "mega supporter of women"; the NYTimes' Nick Bilton wants in on the 'Friends of TheLi.st list', and guys like The Daily's Greg Clayman, David Pakman of Venrock, CNN's Jonathan Wald and Lean Startup's Eric Ries are champions and supporters. More»
Last night in NYC, President Obama dined with 120 guests at Lincoln Center for the basketball fundraiser hosted by Michael Jordan, Joseph Gordon-Levitt joined the cast of "Premium Rush" for their world premiere, Dree Hemingway hosted the Littledoe accessories dinner for Chase Cohl and Phillip Lim, Andre Saraiva and Saturdays Surf celebrate the end of summer at Le Bain, Business Insider throws their Ignition summer party, and more! More»
Beginning Memorial Day weekend, Beaumarchais is bringing their infamous Beau Brunch to the Hamptons, and drunk brunch lovers are already celebrating. Curious to know if Beaumarchais will be the same at the beach? Go HERE to Business Insider to check out some photos of what you can expect this summer!
The holidays may have come and gone, but you're in dire need of a vacation. You just booked one? But wait! Have you checked to see if the hotels you're staying at offer these perks? The only requirement for these services is that you are a rich, possibly lazy, priss.
Here are some of the ridiculous perks at hotels that Business Insider rounded up.
From party photos, to Catch's reviews, to Club XIX's staff shakeup, to LES secret dance parties, check out today's Nightlife News Round Up! More»
When it comes to the internet, what you post will last forever. Fortunate for employers, and unfortunately for those looking to be employed, this can affect your career. (Especially for those who are a little too comfortable sharing their lives online.) Mashable took the time to figure out all the stats, of who doesn't get hired and who gets fired. Check out our breakdown of the numbers. More»
via guestofaguest.com The fearless Rachelle Hruska is the brains behind our sites in NYC, the Hamptons, and LA. Business Insider takes a look at what a typical day is like for Hruska - a girl who moved to New York in 2005 from the midwest only to found GofG with Cameron Winklevoss after discovering the fascinating nightlife scene of the city. MORE>>>
Chances are if you are reading this site, you know about our fearless and beloved leader Rachelle Hruska. She moved here in 2005, quit her job in finance after discovering the nightlife scene, and founded GofG with Cameron Winklevoss. With a site that covers NYC, the Hamptons, and LA, Business Insider takes a look at what a typical day is like. Take notes. MORE>>>
Saturday, March 8
Sean MacPherson took some time out to chat with us about his new restaurant, so click through to find out why we\'re calling Margaux your new go-to in NYC.