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Over the weekend in NYC, Avicci and Calvin Harris took over the stage during the Electric Daisy Carnival at the MetLife Stadium, foodies united at the Great GoogaMooga Festival in Prospect Park, Katie Couric and Arianna Huffington dined together at the Elly Awards, Milk Studios hosted the "Identities" Art Party, and more. Last night's parties were all about the outdoor festivals! More»
Daniel Radcliffe was honored by the Trevor Foundation; Prime Minister Tony Blair and ABC’s “Good Morning America” anchor George Stephanopoulos talked Greece; Hamptons types discussed wine and golf; Katy B rocked Le Bain and more! Last night's parties were loud and messy! More»
Anna Wintour celebrated with the NYPL; Madonna and James Franco caught a DJ set by LCD Soundsystem's James Murphy; Katie Holmes wore purple to the Drama Desk Awards; Zach Galifianakis partied at The Top of The Standard; Larry King hosted the Peabody Awards and more. Last night's parties were like a brand new pair of bespangled suspenders! More»
Liza Minelli head to an awards ceremony; Jason Schwartzman, Noah Baumbach, and Ben Stiller came out to support Richard Ayoade's new film; the Federal Theatre celebrated its 40th year; Jon Stewart and John Oliver played dress up for literacy, Bryan Greenberg held a brunch and more. Take a look at what last night's parties got up to this weekend! More»
Some of the world's funniest people came out to congratulate each other, Daniel Radcliffe took the Broadway stage, drag Queens put on their best ball gowns for a good cause, and more! Take a look at what happened while you were out boozing this weekend. More»
John Waters turned out to honor 30 Rock and other TV shows, Brooke Shields sung her heart out, and Julianne Moore was recognized for her work with the LGBT community. Animals lovers raised funds, tech lovers celebrated a new web site, and Franco-philes feted the French. Let's see what went down this weekend! 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.