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Sundance 2013 kicked off this weekend, and film buffs flocked to Park City again this year. From Dave Groh's sold-out concert at Park City Live with Stevie Nicks, to Jessica Biel and Ringo Starr hanging out at The Westway, to Avicii and Matisyahu's blow out performances, here is a round up of some of the top bashes from Sundance's first weekend.
There's a few art festivals in New York this week, including Lower Manhattan's River to River, Staten Island's Lumen, and the launch of Photoville--a popup photography village on the Brooklyn Waterfront. Also: Jonathan Safran Foer curates an exhibition for a fictional artist, AFA continues their Maurice Sendak Retrospective, and Ringo Starr MSPaints for charity. Let the wild rumpus begin! More»
The Grammy Awards are upon us once again, but it's been a busy week here in New York. Between the Giants Super Bowl win last Sunday and the start of Fashion Week, few of us have even had time to give thought to the biggest music event of the year. There's just over 48 hours until the Grammys, but there's still time to get filled in on the most important details of what's sure to be a memorable show! More»
Ann Dexter-Jones wears many hats - a long time New York City socialite, a mother to a flock of famously creative minds, an established writer, and a spiritual "Reiki master." Now, after establishing her brand "Ann Dexter-Jones," the British-born New Yorker can add fine jeweler to her list. We talked to Dexter-Jones and her daughter, Annabelle, in their lovely downtown duplex. More»
The Beatles are famous for their effect on teenage girls and fans who would scream and cry a the very sight of the band. But we've never heard of the sort of pileup Ringo Starr and Joe Walsh triggered at the 'Imagine There's No Hunger' event the other night. As soon as the two hit the red carpet, a frenzy broke out and a domino effect of photographers falling to the ground on top of each other. 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.