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Have you ever wondered who used to live in your NYC apartment? With the Oscars coming up, we're taking a look back at the movie stars of Golden Age Hollywood and where they used to live in New York. From the West Village to Central Park West, click through to see where some of the most famous stars of the 1930s, '40s, and '50s used to live, from when they were struggling actors to when they became Academy Award nominated superstars.
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This Sunday, the Hollywood Foreign Press Association will present the 70th Annual Golden Globe Awards on NBC, and it will probably be a ridiculous production. How can we make this assumption? Well, empirically, of course. Whether it's stars drunkenly storming the stage or getting groped by network correspondents on the red carpet, here are nine of the most outrageous, absurd and downright hilarious moments in the history of the Golden Globes. Why should this year's be any different?
Last night, the Capital Club held their 20th annual Sinatra Soirée at the National Building Museum. Dashing guys and dolls twirled around to a big band blasting nostalgic tunes decked out in the evening's dress code, a mix of “Summer Ahoy” and “Strong Cocktail.”
After spending the evening perusing the partygoers, I could have used a strong cocktail with all the handsome men and lovely ladies mixing and mingling.
Grab a cocktail, turn on a Sinatra tune and enjoy my top 10 best dressed from Sinatra Soiree, who looked dashing just the way they looked last night.
Coachella is a marathon, not a sprint. Between the pool parties, barbeque parties, house parties, nighttime parties and the festival itself, there's barely an hour in the day without some booze-fueled fun activity, which helps explain how, by the time the adidas x Jeremy Scott event rolled around on Saturday night, everyone was already teetering on the brink of complete drunken exhaustion. But based on these Cobrasnake photos, everyone pulled through. Could it be the spirit of Frank Sinatra lives on in his legendary party house? More»
Leandra Medine is a freelance stylist, writer and the author of the fashion blog The Man Repeller, a site about trends women love and men hate. Her work has appeared in The New York Times, The New York Post, New York Magazine, Harper’s Bazaar, Lucky and Grazia. I caught up with Leandra to ask her my "10 Questions" just in time for Fashion Week. More»
Songs can make you laugh, cry, they have the ability to give you butterflies and sometimes even feel the hangover from memories made while listening. Below are some of the classics that get us in the summer spirit, especially when you are moaning and groaning on 27 East. More»
We have been watching, with growing concern, the recent developments at The Plaza Hotel. This storied New York monument has served as the setting for The Great Gatsby, North by Northwest, and, perhaps most importantly, Home Alone 2. And with recent news that The Situation will be opening a gym there, we're a little afraid our favorite New York landmark is going to the dogs... 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.