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Take a break from that beach bod diet to celebrate Nation Candy Month. We have rounded up some of our favorite places to get our sugar fix in the city. From rich chocolate bars to habanero lollypops, our list is sure to satisfy every sweet tooth. More»
Don't wait until the last minute to get gifts this holiday season. Head out to some of these pop-up shops or holiday fairs to score great finds from the best designers, brands and vendors in NYC. From a mobile style boutique to a nighttime Brooklyn Bazaar, we've rounded up 7 of the best pop-ups you don't want to miss this month. More»
Rihanna made her rounds in NYC last night, wrapping up her 777 World Tour at Webster Hall, and continuing the celebration into the wee hours of the morning at her album release party at the 40/40 club. As usual, the always-fashionable RiRi managed to do it all in style. Meanwhile, there was a very different kind of party going on at Dylan's Candy Bar, where Promgirl.com celebrated their 10th anniversary. Nevertheless, guests at the teen-targeted event did not disappoint us fashion-wise. Click through to see our favorite looks from both ends of the party spectrum.
The season's changing, so before it gets too cold, make sure you get your frozen hot chocolate fix. From Brooklyn to the Upper East Side, we've rounded up the best places in the city to get this divine treat. More»
Saturday morning spin class at Flywheel in East Hampton was anything but ordinary. The cult favorite spin studio loves giving back to the community, and did so in quite a fashionable manner. Designers Shoshanna Gruss and Charlotte Ronson have been hard at work designing special tanks for Flywheel, providing athletic types with a cute top to wear, while giving back to charity. More»
So you've been dieting all Spring, and bikini season is finally reaching full swing, do you know what this means? It's time to dig back into the deserts you've been craving since early April, duh. The Hamptons is known for farm fresh produce and organic fruits, but we've also got a lot of places to enjoy a creamy ice cream cone on a hot summer day. Go ahead, treat yourself to a french style pastry, or maybe even a few Tate's cookies, we just wouldn't recommend doing a tour of our 6 favorite dessert places in one day.
It was a fit and full house at the FlyWheel spinning studio in East Hampton, where not a bike seat was left empty on Saturday morning for a charity ride hosted by Dylan Lauren. The inventive CEO and creator of Dylan's Candy Bar was a proud host and was more than capable of bringing together the rather uncommon combination of sweets, adorable puppies and spinning.
Donations were accepted per seat, and every last cent went to the Monmouth County Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (MSPCA), a New Jersey animal shelter. This is Dylan's non-profit of choice, and is where she rescued a dog of her own, Jersey. The purpose of the charity ride was to give back to this well-organized shelter that is dedicated to improving the quality of life for all kinds of animals through actions including the enforcement of animal cruelty laws, providing a safe haven for pets while they await adoption among other noble actions.
Over the weekend in the Hamptons Tanlines performed at Ruschmeyer's, Matt Lauer celebrated his cover of Hamptons Magazine, Jessica White threw her third annual Angel Wings Foundation Dinner, GofG partied with Banzai Burger, and again with Rugby, Dylan Lauren and FlyWheel joined forces to prevent cruelty to animals and so much more! [Photo: The Converse and Jack Purcell event at Ruschmeyer's]
It's been a long and litigious winter -- from Southampton to Montauk there have been some heavy hitting changes out East. From the Surf Lodge being sold to Montauk Properties LLC, to renovations at the Sloppy Tuna, The Talkhouse, the Blue Parrot, and Banzai Burger, to who is replacing AXE Lounge, to boozy brunches, and pop up shops galore, see what's been happening in the Hamptons after the jump! More»
The Hamptons is always filled with pop-up shops during the Summer, and we already know that Dylan's Candy Bar and C. Wonder are headed out East for the season. But in news that is potentially life-changing (in a good way), Curbed reported that Whole Foods will be opening a pop-up market in Wainscott this summer! 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.