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Last night in NYC, Armory Week was in full swing with the 2014 Armory Party at the MoMA following the Armory Show Vernissage, the founders of Lit, the Beatrice Inn, and Le Baron teamed up to throw a party at Gilded Lily, Nate Burkus hosted a party celebrating the upcoming Affordable Art Fair, and so much more!
Just as the temperature dips, New Yorkers gear up to head down to Miami for one of the most anticipated and event-filled weeks of the year. Once again, Art Basel kicks off next week, giving New York a breather while all of its artists, musicians, gala dwellers, and nightlife savants make their way to South Beach for 4 nights of beachside ragers...and a little art along the way. From Jeff Koons' champagne bash and the Chez Andre pop-up to a Kendrick Lamar show and the infamous Basel Castle, we've got all the events you can handle during Art Basel Miami! More»
Last week we presented Part 1 of our interviews with 10 of New York's best DJs, in which the best party-starters clued us in on their top album choices (hint: Yeezus), the best parties they've ever DJ'd, and their secret post-club snacking spots. Today we bring you Part 2, featuring 5 more of the DJs who have our stamp of approval when it comes to having the best night in NYC. From playing Saturday Night Live to playing alongside Kanye West, these are the top DJs you can't miss this fall. More»
When you go out as much as we do, you start to notice all the subtle details, like where to go for a certain type of mood and which places truly care about creating the best experience for patrons. A big part of that is the music we hear, and despite a constant influx of new DJs, we know exactly which ones will actually get us out to the clubs. We took some time to talk to 10 of our favorite DJs, who easily rank among the best in NYC. Click through to read what they had to say, and be sure to check them out at some of the hottest spots in the city this fall! More»
Sundance 2013 kicked off this weekend, and film buffs flocked to Park City again this year. From Dave Groh's sold-out concert at Park City Live with Stevie Nicks, to Jessica Biel and Ringo Starr hanging out at The Westway, to Avicii and Matisyahu's blow out performances, here is a round up of some of the top bashes from Sundance's first weekend.
[Sundance Film Festival Awards After Party via]
We've spent many a winter evening cozying up to our fireplaces and flipping through our never-ending Netflix queue in search of the perfect film. But winter nights aren't just for at-home screenings. This week, the Sundance Film Festival returns for another year, and beyond movie watching, there will be a lot of party hopping. We've rounded up the best events, lounges, and entertainment that Sundance attendees will enjoy in between screenings!
Goldbar is known for many things: a gilded decor fit for kings but enjoyed by downtown New Yorkers, late-night Sunday ragers, and a damn difficult door. This week, GoldBar is having a grand re-opening to present their new features, and we had a chance to talk to partners Shaun Rose, Jonny Lennon, and Udi Vaknin for an inside sneak peek. We checked out the new space and found out what the nightlife veterans had to say about the changing industry, and picked their brain on some upcoming projects.
What's more surprising about this weekend's NYT's expose on underage drinking in the Hamptons nightclubs? The fact that several promoters had the balls to go on record admitting their roles in shepherding their young herd into clubs, or the fact that this is in any way "new" news to be headlined in the Styles section? Does anyone over 21 actually have the desire to go to these clubs? Hasn't this been the case since the beginning of time? Is this what our ever growing conservative society is coming to? Time to move to Europe. MORE>>>
While the Post took the initial dive and "exposed" the underage drinking occurring at Nello Summertimes (which, in turn, caused a major crackdown on the club and their police security guards), the NY Times is doing their own investigating, this time with the popular Hamptons hot spots such as SL East (also known as the former Lily Pond) and South Pointe. So how do these youngsters manage to get past the velvet ropes anyway? More»
Monday, March 10
Sean MacPherson took some time out to chat with us about his new restaurant, so click through to find out why we\'re calling Margaux your new go-to in NYC.