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London's long-awaited Keith McNally outpost, opening up in the theater district in Covent Garden, is slated to open this month. The bakery will open tomorrow, while the main restaurant will have their grand opening on February 12th. Let's take a look at what we can expect from the Balthazar in London. More>>
London's long-awaited Keith McNally outpost, opening up in the theater district in Covent Garden, is slated to open this month. The bakery will open tomorrow, while the main restaurant will have their grand opening on February 12th. Let's take a look at what we can expect from the Balthazar in London. More»
Last night in NYC, Heidi Klum and Coco Rocha got all dolled up for the 6th annual DKMS Gala, Miike Snow ended the night with his after party at Tribeca Grand, Fern Mallis was honored at the Pratt Institute Fashion Show, Ethan Hawke came out to support his friend, Julie Delpy, at the "2 Days In New York" after party, and more! Last night's parties were all about the fashionable women in NYC. More»
The "I'm part of a social media startup" is the new: "I'm in a band," (circa 60s-90s), is the new: "I work on Wall St," (circa 80-90s), is the new: "I started this really cool Zine," (circa 90s), is the new: "I write for the New Yorker," (circa 60-80s), is the new: "I hang out with artists on the Bowery," (circa 60-70s), is the new: "I'm a poet from Paris." (circa 20-50s), etc. Our advice to the ladies? Do.not.date.these.guys. They are having their moment, which means they are certainly not primed to give you yours.... More»
It's hard to focus on anything but the upcoming Royal Wedding (am I right)? Thankfully today is full of interesting things like Mark Twain's dictated autobiography and Jimmy Kimmel's official "Unfriend Day." Also, today a miracle happened! Someone finally recognized the bubble that is growing in the NY Tech space, AND dared to write about it. More»
This week, Eater.com announced the first annual "Eater" Awards, and invited readers to "have at it" and nominate some winners. Well, don't mind if we do! More»
We recently charted the history of the post-glitz Bowery. This week at Film Forum you can check out Lionel Rogosin's On the Bowery and see the fabled, once dirty boulevard 50 years before its gentrification went into warp speed. The drunks on display here won't be staggering out of a party at the Varvatos store. More»
The New York Times had an article this morning about the frequent and often contentious battles for Foursquare mayorships. Except the people profiled in the article were locked in battles to be mayor of like....a bridge. And, random places in offices. How fierce is the competition for actual cool places? More»
The restaurant's on Houston between Bowery and Elizabeth, a block "in transition, as stylish boutiques move in next to old-fashioned meat markets...Longtime residents still sit on the sidewalk in lawn chairs...even as...fashion's leading edge sip drinks at a gallery opening next door." Must be Pulino's in 2010, right? More»
Thursday, May 23
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.