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Traveling from city to city can be demanding enough when it comes to choosing hotels, restaurants, travel and endless leisure options. And when it comes to nightlife, there are almost limitless chic scenes to choose from. To make it easier, we've picked some of our favorite bars all over the globe-- with views to die for. From Dubai to Hong Kong, Paris to Sydney, check out the tallest bars in all your favorite cities.
A fire at Waverly Inn destroys a mural by Edward Sorel, Drake and Chris Brown are each offered $1 million to compete in a celebrity boxing match, Seamus Mullen is the chef for the seasonal cafe in front of the Standard Hotel, and more in today's nightlife roundup! More»
If you've got the travel bug but lack the funds to run with the jet-setters, we've got the perfect solution to help you visit far-flung destinations without ever leaving home. The Scent of Departure perfumes has bottled up the aromas of some of the world's best cities, and for only $45 per bottle, you can smell like London, Los Angeles, Seoul, Dubai, or a number of other places. More»
Mischa Barton makes her come back with a new clothing line launch in Dubai, Jean-Paul Gaultier takes his trends around the globe to premiere his first ever runway show in Beijing, Carine Roitfeld talks about her new documentary in line with the release of her new magazine, CR, and more in this week's fashion files! More»
- Choose a salad, win a movie ticket? Dieting for dollars may soon be a reality. [NYT]
- Plans for an underwater hotel in Dubai are underway. No word yet on if/when the Jetson-esque lodgings will come to fruition...but it looks awesome. [HuffPost]
The radio silence of Kanye West's Twitter account has been wildly unnerving for some of us (and by some of us, I mean me).
His last tweet was on January 7, and it read:
The world is our office.
Keep in mind, this was right after the Twitter tirade he went on -- sending a rapid fire 80 tweets in the span of 3-4 hours. From spewing out absurd messages like he was going to pick up "where Steve Jobs left off" and how school systems were messed up, to quoting George Bernard Shaw, the Charlie Sheen-esque "twirade" made us a little nervous -- but what was even more unnerving was his sudden silence. Did his PR team finally put the kabosh on letting Kanye personally tweet? Will they get a ghost tweeter to commandeer the account? Maybe he's "over" Twitter?
In department stores across the world, shoppers race up and down escalators with one mission: buy what they need and get out. But there’s a different breed of department stores where art galleries, libraries, and ATMs that dispense actual gold are the focus—and not poorly stocked shoe sections or pushy salespeople. Here are five department stores with features so awesome that shopping is just an after-thought. More»
David Swinghamer, the 53-year-old CEO of Shake Shack, looks to expand his American meal empire this year with additional locations in Connecticut, D.C., and, yes, Brooklyn. Swinghamer reveals the origins of his Danny Meyer connection and the roots of his success. More»
Friday, May 24
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.