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Today in East Hampton, the flag stood at half mast as we honored those who have dedicated their lives for our freedom.
Planning for the weeks ahead? Enjoy a day of polo and champagne at the Veuve Clicquot Polo Classic, rock out at the Lowline Benefit Concert featuring Miike Snow and MGMT, and party with Sophia Bush at the Pencils of Promise White Party. Here are 10 parties to put on your radar. More»
For those who opted to forgo fighting the legendary Memorial Day weekend beach traffic or an EDM-filled bender in Vegas, there was the 2012 Jubilee, whose summer kickoff festivities took over the Sunset Junction area of Silver Lake on Saturday and Sunday. Let's take a look at what went down at the third annual street and live music festival event for the many who chose to keep it eastside this past holiday weekend. More»
There are so many different kinds of parties in this world of ours: you've got pizza parties, club parties, day parties, BBQ parties, lemon parties (if you don't know, don't ask), and so on. But now that summer is officially here, there's one kind of party that towers above all others: the pool party. And while I shouldn't necessarily have to convince you of that, here are 9 foolproof arguments, complete with photos, from this weekend's 3-day blowout party at the Encore Beach Club in Las Vegas featuring Deadmau5, Steve Angello, Sebastian Ingrosso and more. More»
As America donned white attire for the beaches, barbecues and movies of Memorial Day weekend, France concluded its own pre-summer celebration: the 2012 Cannes Film Festival. This year's top honor, the much-coveted Palme d'Or, was awarded to Austrian director Michael Haenke for his film Love. More»
The actual bridge from Red Hot Chili Peppers' "Under The Bridge" is located in Downtown L.A.'s MacArthur Park; Rolling Stone asks what the best graduation song of all time is; why Beck's son's dancing on stage makes me excited to have children; a new Israeli spider is named after Lou Reed; a vintage Lana Del Rey Keds commercial surfaces—so many fun things have happened in the music world today, let's discuss. More»
There are probably some of you out there who feel like it's important to spend Memorial Day weekend in silent reflection over the sacrifices made in the name of American freedom. And we very much respect that, and send our profound thanks to those who serve our country. We also think that the best way to celebrate freedom, once you've given your thanks, is to go out and have a completely awesome time. Luckily for you, there's a bounty of pool parties, music festivals, BBQ's, yacht parties, rooftop ragers, and more this long weekend, right here in L.A.– check it all out in our 2012 Memorial Day Weekend Party Guide! More»
So Tuesday's not even over yet, and you've already got your eyes on the weekend, don't you? I mean, who could blame you? 3-day weekends are worth their weight in gold, and even by our standards, this one is packed full of enough kick-ass live music for you to really make a mini-vacation of it. But trust us when we tell you that before we even hit Memorial Day, there's a whole load of amazing bands, shows and events rolling through our fair city this week. So what are you waiting for? Today's the day to Go See A Show! More»
A Williamsburg nightclub gets the ax; Mission Chinese Food opens tomorrow on Orchard Street; not surprisingly, new studies reveal that New Yorkers like to drink a lot; Bantam will soon open a huge outdoor space, and more in today's Nightlife News Round Up! More»
If Dov Charney and American Apparel wanted to class up their image, they'd probably owe Roxbury a big "thank you" in the form of some gratis marketing, or at the very least, a lovely fruit basket since the nightclub's employee uniforms and patron ensembles appear to be the reason the retailer is still considered even a little financially viable to someone. As you can see, Friday night DJ Spider lit up Roxbury with the help of bottle sparklers, Go-Go dancers in really tiny spandex numbers, and of course lightsabers. More»
Wednesday, March 12
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.