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Before a great night out at one of New York's hotspots, a good dinner is in order. Except, no girl wants to walk more than she has to while wearing those 5 inch heels needed to get past the ropes. Club owners have noticed this as a major downside of going out in New York which is why more and more venues have recently been teaming up with top chefs to create a dining option right next door to their club. Some clubs even let you order food from the restaurant to your table at the club making certain their venues are a one stop shop. With that in mind, we give you some of the top places in the city to dine and dance. More»
The reincarnation of Studio 54, Jay-Z hits up the 40/40 Club, Red Egg got raided, Debbie Harry hosts a party, the Giants get rowdy, Super Linda's opening and much more in today's Nightlife News Round Up! More»
Here at Guest of a Guest, we consider the upcoming weekend one of the best weekends of the year. It should be yours too considering the four day weekend includes the biggest party night of the year, Black Friday shopping, and of course the all day gorge-fest that is Thanksgiving. Here's our picks for the Thanksgiving weekend. More»
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Cancer Research Institute Young Philanthropists, a group of professionals under the age of 40, held their 4th annual Midsummer Social last night. Guests hit Kiss & Fly in the Meatpacking District where they kicked back and partied down for a good cause! More»
Donan Karan honored President Bill Clinton; society types came to Central Park for an event to save the elephants; Zoe Kravitz screened her new film with Gen Art; The Standard celebrated their new statue by KAWS; two lucky gals had a party at Dream Hotel downtown; Greenhouse had a fashion show, Fergie showed up at Avenue's 2nd birthday and more! Last night's parties put the pow in Boom Boom Pow. More»
Wednesday, May 22
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.