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Football fans across the globe were all watching the same game last night: Super Bowl XLVII. This year's big game had an added level of excitement, as head coaches and brothers, Jim and John Harbaugh, went head to head for some sibling rivalry. As if that weren't enough, Beyonce's epic halftime show caused a stadium-wide black out, but that didn't put a damper on any of the festivities. Take a look at how the world watched and celebrated the game last night.
From the Academy Awards to New York Fashion Week, we have a busy month ahead of us and it's time to start marking these dates down. We've got all the major events covered for you, so there's no excuse to fall behind on your social calendar this season.
NYC Skateboarders are the trend setters of the underground that exists below 14th street. They rocked street wear, Freeman's haircuts, and Instagrams before everyone else did. It is true, the boys with the boards are the city's true taste makers. It only makes sense to follow them to their local spots to check out what the Lower East Side has in store. Check out our 6 favorite LES skater bars! More»
With SXSW wrapped up, Ultra wound down, and Coachella right around the corner, Music Festival Season is hitting its stride. But where to go? There are a lot of options, and unless you're a Shah of Sunset, chances are you can't afford the cross-country tour to make it to them all. Don't worry though, we have spent a great deal of time researching all the festivals that you should be considering, and have the rundown on all the Whos, Whats, Whens and Wheres to help you decide which music fests to hit this season. So sit back, relax, and start searching for your credit card as we bring you Guest of a Guest's Guide to the Best of Music Fest Season. More»
Mardi Gras may have just started here in New York, but in New Orleans the party's been going on for days. The main event of the Big Easy's Mardi Gras celebration begins on the Monday morning before the holiday and won't (officially) end until tonight at midnight. For those of us who can't make it down south to take part in the revelry, we'll just have to settle for photos. More»
Last Friday night launched the Soledad O'Brien and Brad Raymond Foundation, a charity that provides scholarships to young women, in Bridgehampton for a jazz-themed night of fun. Guests included Star Jones, Russell Simmons with actress Melissa George, jazz stars Kirk Frankin and Ron Carter, and event chairs Cicely Tyson and Pharrell Williams.
An event that brings together horn-fueled New Orleans music, ridiculous Manhattan views, and one of the slickest venues in the city requires a fine-tuned look—one that’s swingy and fancy at once. If you’re heading to The Standard tomorrow night to support NOLA restoration, here’s one ensemble that will bring the house down. More»
While in New Orleans to commemorate the 5 year anniversary of Hurricane Katrina, our dear Prez was kind enough to carry an umbrella for his wifey. MObama, however, is less than pleased because: More»
Sunday, May 26
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.