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New Yorkers have lived under a nanny state for the last decade. But the past month or two have felt like a May sweeps double episode of Supernanny. And if whorehouse operators can't beat the law, who can? More»
Two of New York's most notorious power couples, Donald Trump and Melania, and Harvey Weinstein and Georgina Chapman, got cozy at last night's after party for the premiere of the (hopeful) Christmas blockbuster, NINE. We're guessing it was probably the first (and last?) time that the Trumps chose to spend an evening at M2. More»
There's something about Nascar. You have to hand it to an American cultural staple which encourages full body leather and mullets. The need-for-speed company hosted a celebration of the NBA Draft at M:2, last night. As DJ Cassidy worked the turntables, many a racetrack junkie and basketball fan gathered to burn some of the palpable energy surrounding t-minus one day until the checkered flag falls on this year's picks and the nail biting ends. More»
More photo's from Monday night's NYC Nighlife Preservation Community Launch party at M2 are surfacing, and this is one of my favorites. We caught up with Chloe Sevigny (who upon arriving exclaimed to Steve Lewis-the man working the door as well as his bowtie- "Steve! I'm having flashbacks of Tunnel!" He's heard that before. Then came Paul Sevigny, that's DJ Paul Sevigny to you. The co-owner of the recently shutdown west village hot spot Beatrice Inn was carring a huge cardboard box full of white "Free the Beatrice" t-shirts (sister Chloe was rocking hers), that he passed out to lucky fans. More»
Thursday Thrillist hosted their "The Internet Is Out of Control" party. Based on the party pics from M2, the party certainly looked WWWild! With Internet week coming to a close, (The Webby Awards on Monday night mark it's imminent end), last night's Thrillist party had some stiff competition to compete with. 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.