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The warm weather will be in full swing (hopefully) by the time May hits this week. The month is packed full of events, large and small, that you won’t want to miss. From barbecue competitions and music festivals to the Cannes International Film Festival, we've got you covered on next month’s events.
Nerd Prom in Washington is officially over, and all of the celebrities are back home. From the People/TIME party on WHCD Eve to the Making News Party, from the MSNBC and Vanity Fair/Bloomberg after-parties to the brunches with media elites, here is a look back at the glittery parties of WHCD weekend, in chronological order:
With SXSW Interactive coming to a close, the music festival is underway. From crowd surfing at the Barbarian Group's No Way Back Party to partying with James Franco and Chloe Sevigny at the "Spring Breakers" after party, here are the top parties from the 2013 SXSW Interactive and Film Festival. More»
Whether you’re in a festive mood or feeling over-stuffed with spirit, it can be difficult to find reasons to put down the fork and remote on Thanksgiving. To help you discover some new ways enjoy your holiday, we’ve pulled together these 10 gobble-less activities to check out this year.
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Halloween is just around the corner and lucky for us, it falls on a Wednesday this year, which means we have two weekends to celebrate our favorite holiday. Everybody knows no city does it up quite like NYC on this occasion and we have tons of parties filling up our calendar. We've rounded up the best parties to attend this spooky holiday and it all begins this week, so gear up Big Apple!
Bringing a new wave of Soul Garage to a new generation, Black Alley has been in the game for about 5 years. They are based out of D.C. and represent the region's "band-like" and "go-go" tendencies. Their diverse backgrounds and rhythmic intuitions help to develop their unbarred sound.
We had a chance to catch up with the group, who spoke about their collaboration with Black Cobain in New York, the inspiration behind their new album, and the truth about their group dynamic. More»
Last night in Times Square, one might have noticed a different kind of sign amidst the bright lights of advertising: "Jasmine Never Sorry (for Ai Weiwei)," a 23-story work of luminescent grafitti art by Vicki DaSilva. The piece, which pays tribute to the words of Chinese artist and dissident Ai Weiwei, was launched in a lighting ceremony hosted by Roots drummer, Questlove. More»
For the next week, Brooklyn will be the home of the Northside Festival. Dedicated to all things film, music, and art, this is the week every hipster dreams lives for. It is a culmination of urban-semi underground culture, allowing New Yorkers to experience first hand the innovations these art forms have to offer. More»
What do Obama, a 10 year-old boy, and a pop group from Australia have in common? They're all on the internet singing Carly Rae Jepsen's smash hit "Call Me Maybe." The infectious song has become an internet sensation, and everyone has caught the bug. From Justin Bieber and Jimmy Fallon to the Miss USA contestants and Donald Trump, here are 10 of our favorite lip syncing, acoustic and silly covers of "Call Me Maybe." More»
Sunday, May 19
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.