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There is no shortage of fun things to do and causes to dress up for in Washington between now and White House Correspondents' Weekend. Here are ten DC galas in March and April you won't want to miss:
Good news! According to an article in The New York Times, Tinsley Mortimer, 35, is officially back from the land of banished socialites, which apparently lies "on the outskirts of Manhattan’s garment district." Yikes. From Upper East Side queen to High Society drama, here's a GofG photo chronicle of Tinsley's comeback. More»
MTV is launching an all new reality show and you don't need to be a pregnant teen or Italian to be cast. You just need to like to party. More»
All you need nowadays to live out the American Dream is some time in front of the paparazzi and a reality tv show, and voilà! Case in point, Social Life Magazine Editor-in-Chief, Ms. Devorah Rose. We take a look at his self-made socialite who continues to make a mark in the Hamptons this summer. MORE»
"High Society," the failed reality show about snobby, immature socialites complaining, fighting, and whining, didn't pan out leaving purse-snatcher Paul Johnson Calderon with time on his hands. What is an attention-hungry lad with a trust fund and penchant for thievery to do? Dedicate himself to a life of crime! The target: Bros. More»
L.A.'s social landscape is quite different than NYC's, specifically with respect to the high society world. Instead of galas and balls, we do Oscar after parties. But every so often an old school affair takes the town and brings out L.A.'s version of high society in their black-tie best, like Barbara Davis' Carousel of Hope Ball on Saturday. And apparently our variant of the city's crème de la crème includes folks like Rachel Uchitel. More»
Dozens of American icons stayed at Andy Warhol's Montauk outpost between his 1972 purchase of the property and his death fifteen years later. These superstars were unusual visitors to the isolated cliffs of Montauk: so what was life like out there? More»
She didn't start the fire, but it's no longer burning--maybe thanks to her. Cops arrested Albert Trummer, Apotheke owner and self-proclaimed artist, Sunday morning after one of his boozy pyrotechnic displays atop the bar. A recent episode of Real Housewives of New York brought attention to the fiery venue. Coincidence? Or curse? 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.