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If we're to take Heidi Klum's word for it, in the fashion industry, you're either in or you're out. But the notion of being "in" based on one's age is increasingly being questioned - and for good reason. From nine-year-old DJ Fulano to 91-year-old socialite Iris Apfel, we've rounded up some of our favorite age-defying DJs, models, and style entrepreneurs! More»
There will be a private preview party tonight for The RE:MIX Lab Fueled by Hyundai at Chelsea Market, the gardening store Brooklyn Farms will be turned into a burger joint, a new Italian restaurant will be opening in 2013 on 57th street, and much more in today's nightlife news round up! More»
Vintage is always better and if you happen to be a music enthusiast, the best vinyl records in NYC are in high demand. We have rounded up a list of the hot spots in Brooklyn, Manhattan to Queens where you can go vintage and put your records on. More»
Crystal clear water, powdery white sand, and incredibly welcoming locals are just the start of what makes the Maldives the closest thing to heaven on earth. Top this off with breathtaking 5-star resorts and food that give Michelin-star chefs a run for their money, and you’ve got more than enough reasons to splurge for your next holiday. If paradise alone is not enough to convince you to hop on a plane, here are 7 unforgettable experiences that just might. More»
Let's face it: any DJ crew can call themselves "World Famous", and it doesn't necessarily mean squat. Just because someone at Bar Marmont let Paz De La Huerta drunkenly control the iPod for a few songs, that doesn't make her a "World Famous" DJ any more than it makes her an icon of responsible life decisions. But then again, if you call yourself "World Famous" and back it up with a 20-year career of absolutely killing it with classic turntable skills, a devotion to real hip-hop, and the respect of a global community, then, yes, you've probably earned the right to call yourself The World Famous Beat Junkies, who celebrated their 20th with a jam session at the Echoplex that brought out hip hop heads and famous faces alike. More»
What would a great nightlife scene be without its top players maintaining the status quo? Check out some of this year's top personalities preserving New York's party scene as top ranking, and keeping this sleepless city awake.
DJs are bigger than ever now, and most of them live lives like rock stars; they have performed in large nightclubs, events and fashion shows all over the world. Superstars DJ's like Tiesto, Avicii, David Guetta, and Samantha Ronson all have well established roots, and many aspiring young DJs strive to be as successful. See our picks of up-and-coming DJs, and who is climbing the ranks.
Night owls gathered Friday night at The Eldridge to jam to music by Night Kids- four insomniac DJs and producers. With cupcakes for fuel and drinks in hand, this crowd had no problem dancing into the night...Night Kids style. More»
Scenesters and DJ's collaborated for a night of fresh beats, poolside lounging, and floaties at the weekly Nightswim!, hosted at the Roosevelt's Tropicana Bar last night. Once past the tightly guarded door, protected by the black lace-wearing door girl (no clipboard involved, she knew who belonged), party goers were eased back into a comfortable scene with booze, palms trees twinkling with christmas lights, and Shamu. More»
Thursday, May 23
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.