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This Sunday, whether your mom prefers a quite dinner for two or a champagne brunch, we've got you covered. Plenty of restaurants in the city are offering complimentary treats for mom, and some are even providing live jazz bands to spice up the occasion. Take a look through our list of the best restaurants to take your mom this Mother's Day. More»
The Valerie Fund, a non profit group that supports children with cancer and blood disorders, threw their annual gala event in the spirit of Mardi Gras. With the purchase of an $80 ticket, guests were accommodated to an open bar and given masks, beads, and boas to compliment their cocktail attire. More»
On Saturday, BrunchCritic.com launched BC Events and hosted an orange themed brunch at Location05 Studios in Tribeca. All guests adhered to the required citrus dress code from dresses to shirts to underwear, everyone was wearing orange somewhere. More»
Where to cheer on the horses during the Kentucky Derby; an end to the Oak Room; a possible new beginning for Don Hills'; an opening for Eastbridge; a victory for Williamsburg hipsters; boobs for Mother's Day; a man swallowing needles and more. Today's nightlife roundup laughs in the face of danger! More»
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Young professionals filled Frank Gehry's IAC Building this past Friday for the fifth annual Spring for a Cure benefit hosted by the Millennial Society of the Samuel Waxman Cancer Research Foundation. Guests enjoyed cocktails and food from Dell'Anima, Kuma Inn, L'Artusi and Riverpark and desserts from Magnolia Bakery, all in support of cutting-edge cancer research. More»
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The Young Associates of the Valerie Fund held their first annual gala this past Sunday at the Midtown Lofts and Terrace, the Waterside School held their bowling tournament at Bowlmor Lanes, and the BackSpin 2011 XBox Kinect table tennis tournament took place at General Assembly. Check out the photos! 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.