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Social Media Week is in full-force, bringing you some of the most innovative entrepreneurs, social media directors, writers, speakers, and enthusiasts in the digital era. With over 200 events in NYC this week, it'll be impossible to attend all the panels and parties, but we've made things easier by rounding up the ones that we're most excited to attend. Click through to find out which Social Media Week events you don't want to miss this week in NYC! More»
There was a time in the not-so-distant past when people waited for fashion week with bated breath in order to catch a glimpse of the designer creations traipsing down the runways. Today, the sartorial creations of fashion's best and brightest are captured on the streets outside of the tents. These street style stars have become as much a part of the fashion machine as the shows themselves. Although arguments can be made about how there are no longer any true originals in the street style world, there are still some that stay authentic and true to their own aesthetic. We've compiled a list of the best street style women that continue to keep us on our toes.
This week, Mona Lisa gets a makeover at Allegra LaViola. Artists chip away at the Central Park Ice Festival. The New York Times goes international at its Travel Show. Judith Bernstein and Paul McCarthy talk sex and death at the New Museum. And the Brooklyn Museum remembers MLK. All this and more, on this week's art round up.
It's now mid-July, and if you are unaware of your options to getting to the Hamptons, we have a problem. However, if you feel like your transportation option just isn't quite working out for you, we may have a solution. Thanks to the New York Times' extensive review on getting to the Hamptons, we have an in depth look at just how a Friday afternoon can be spent aboard the Hampton Jitney, the LIRR and of course, a helicopter. We've thrown in one more option, StndAir, just in case neither of those three tickle your fancy. More»
With the relatively recent creation of the blog, big business and individuals have taken the opportunity to utilize this widely available and visible platform to discuss an array of topics. Fashion is most likely the commonest topic written about. The following selection of fashion blogs range from well-known blogs to some lesser known ones, nevertheless they all deserve notable attention for their prose, taste, and individuality. More»
It was a 'Glee'-ful night in New York City at the GLAAD Media Awards, a star-studded gala co-hosted by Cory Monteith and Naya Rivera at the Times Square Marriott Marquis. The event, which honors "outstanding images" of the LGBT community in the media, attracted such luminaries as Dakota Fanning, Russell Simmons, Jersey Shore's Vinny Guadagnino, Cheyenne Jackson, Carson Kressley, Smash's Megan Hilty, DJ Whitney Day, and more. More»
Last weekend, a NY Times article revealed that Bill Powers goes to a lot of parties. (The Gray Lady must not get out much these days.) Everyone knows Bill's ability to bend space and time, which allows him to attend every art opening, fashion show, and gala in New York, and still be early for the parent-teacher conference. But do you know the man behind those rose-colored glasses? From Editor in Chief to gallery owner to reality television star, here are the many hats of Bill Powers. More»
Good news! According to an article in The New York Times, Tinsley Mortimer, 35, is officially back from the land of banished socialites, which apparently lies "on the outskirts of Manhattan’s garment district." Yikes. From Upper East Side queen to High Society drama, here's a GofG photo chronicle of Tinsley's comeback. More»
When choosing between happy hour or going to the gym, most of us are quick to leave our sneakers at home and head right to the bars, where the most strenuous activity is getting up from your seat to order another drink. It's even harder to find motivation to go to the gym on the weekends, when the opportunities for drinking and partying seem endless. But there's no need to choose anymore! Thanks to the new Party Workouts, we can party the night away-- and burn tons of calories too. More»
Saturday, May 25
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.