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Getting soaked by the rain today? Don't worry - this weekend, you'll be getting soaked in champagne instead. The weather may be a drag, but we've rounded up this weekend's best events to keep the rain out of sight, and out of mind. Escape to the Hamptons for a champagne brunch, an exclusive dinner party, and more. Check out our list of parties that are waiting for you to attend this weekend!
The fashion crowd showed their proud support at the Hetrick-Martin Institute's 13th annual School's Out Benefit. Held at the home of Peter Wilson and Scott Sanders, over $200,000 was raised on Saturday night, benefiting over 2,500 LGBTQ youth in need.
[Andy Cohen, Albert Bianchini, Kyle Barisich] More»
Over the weekend Andy Cohen attended the School's Out Benefit, Georgica celebrated with Falling Whistles and StyleCaster, A-Trak spun at South Pointe, Katie Lee and Beth Stern partied for the new Parrish Art Museum, locals came together for the Blessing of the Fleet and after party at Swallow, Mark Cunningham hosted Hot Summer Nights at Ruschmeyer's, and so much more! More»
Living in NYC, it's easy to get caught up in the whole "bright lights, big city" lifestyle. Sometimes you have to take a step back and realize that life is about more than models & bottles. Instead of spending your Sunday nursing a hangover, why not get out and do some social good? Here we've rounded up a list of amazing NYC Charities and Volunteer Programs, so do yourself a favor by getting out and doing a favor for others!
Last night at Bar 13, Indaba Dance hosted a benefit for the Hetrick-Martin Institute (home of the Harvey Milk High School). Guests were treated to the sounds of DJ McMahon, to sets from Erik Reyes (of Midnight Society) and Elliot DeHoyos (of Slanted Black & Tommy Boy). What’s not to love about an event that benefits LGBT youth, elevates the sometimes dicey reputation of the NYC dance music community, offers two-for-one drink specials, and gives its organizer academic credits? More»
Tuesday, June 18
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.