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Last night, the stars came out for the Chanel Eighth Annual Tribeca Film Festival Artists Dinner. The crowd was a who's who of the Downtown New York scene, with guests including everyone from Michael Pitt, to Dree Hemingway, to Sean Avery. The guests arrived at the perennial Tribeca staple - and one of our top festival restaurants - The Odeon, where they posed for pictures in front of a bright pink floral walkway. The women were as fashionable as ever, with Chanel being the obvious choice for fashion personality Alexa Chung, model Joan Smalls, and Leigh Lezark of The Misshapes, among others. Scroll through for our photographs and read on to see what Josh Radnor of "How I Met Your Mother" and Kiernan Shipka of "Mad Men" had to share with us last night. More»
Ever wish that The Office's Jim Halpert were your local paper salesman? Or that you could spend a night bar-hopping with HIMYM's Barney Stinson? We can't help you make their acquaintance, but we can help you bring your favorite shows to real life - sort of. From Modern Family-inspired nail polish to Dunder Mifflin paper, here are some of your best bets for sitcom-inspired products! More»
It's official - Parks and Rec's Leslie Knope and Ben Wyatt have tied the knot! In honor of Pawnee's finest, we've rounded up funny folks who are married in real life and appear together on television (which isn't the case with Poehler and Adam Scott, but we took some inspirational license). From on-screen police agents to Irish pub co-owners, see which of your favorite sitcom stars have tied the knot! More»
Have you ever been so invested in a TV show that you almost feel like you're living vicariously through the characters? Now, with our help, you can actually live the lives of your favorite TV characters, minus the on-cue laughter. Skip the cliché $40 bus tour and visit these of-the-moment TV film locations instead. Click through to see Cafe Grumpy, the coffee shop from Girls, and McGee's, the bar that inspired MacLaren's in How I Met Your Mother.
This Wednesday, October 10, is National TV Dinner Day. We're complete believers in celebrating national food holidays and taking our TV-watching habits to the next level, so you'd better believe that we'll be sitting couch-side come Wednesday night. But instead of 1950s Swanson television dinners, we're cooking up Ron Swanson (and Schrute Farms and Homer Simpson) style dinners. Here are some primetime-inspired menus for you to celebrate National TV Dinner Day - no commercial breaks included! More»
After a summer spent pondering Saturday Night Live's future without Kristen Wiig, the Lonely Island boys, or Abby Elliot (we'll really miss ya!), we're counting down the days until the sketch show starts up again. And what better way to kick off Season 38 than with three new featured players straight from Chicago's Second City, more than enough election season material , and, at least for the time being, Jason Sudeikis? Here's everything you need to know to get the most out of your SNL season premiere! More»
Becoming a super model entrepreneur seems simple: get discovered, pose for Sports Illustrated, be featured in Vogue more than once, make TV appearances, start your own line of lingerie, and within what seems like a blink of an eye, you have earned yourself a top spot as a high earning mogul. Find out how these beauties took their power to the next level to become millionaire moguls. More»
One night a year The Broadway League and the American Theatre Wing join forces to present the Tony Awards to recognize excellence in theatre. The 66th annual Tony Awards will undoubtedly be Broadway's most glamorous night this year and we don't want you to miss a beat. Here are all the important details you need to know for this weekend! More»
Tilda Swinton and Sharon Stone enjoy a Pomellato and MOCA hosted private dinner at E. Baldi, followed by the celebration of the opening of Pomellato's new Rodeo Drive boutique hosted by Swinton; Leonard Maltin honors Martin Scorsese at the Santa Barbara Film Festival; Neil Patrick Harris unveils the newest M&M character—jewelry and candy were the theme for Monday in Los Angeles and we've got your inside scoop in this issue of Last Night's Parties! More»
Yesterday's New York Times brings to our attention a "law" that surely, most of us have broken while living in New York. (It's hardly ever enforced, so relax, and it's not stealing food.) The law states it is illegal for three or more unrelated people to share an apartment or house. All together now: WHAT?!?!?!?!?! More»
Monday, May 20
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.