All posts related to Times Square on Guest of a Guest for Times Square.
Over the weekend in NYC, the Museum of the City of New York held their 2013 Young Members Circle Winter Thaw, charity: water founder and CEO Scott Harrison and W Hotels Vice President, North America, Carlos Becil hosted a private luncheon at the W Times Square, Phillip Salem joined Danielle Bernstein of We Wore What at the Spring Selfie competition at Owen, and more!
If there's one thing New Yorkers know how to do, it's ringing in the New Year the right way, and 2013 was no exception. From an amazing Armin Van Buuren DJ set at Pier 36 to a little Gangnam Style in Times Square, there were no shortage of NYE celebrations in NYC on Monday night. When it comes to partying, no city does it quite like New York. Just click through to see all the photographic evidence.
[Jay Z, Chris Martin] [Theodora Richards, Alexandra Richards]
On Monday night Jay-Z and Coldplay counted down the last few seconds of 2013 together at Barclays Center, Harley Viera Newton and Alexandra Richards danced until the early hours at Soho Grand Hotel's annual Black and White masquerade ball, Tiesto rang in the new year at Revel in Atlantic City, Taylor Swift and Psy took over Times Square for the NYE Waterford Crystal ball drop, and so much more! Check out how New Yorkers celebrated with our New Year's Eve 2013 party round up.
We live in an era wrought with conflict, when even a moment of peaceful introspection can be hard to come by. We have stress and we have joy, we support our close friends and chosen charities, and we always have spare time (and a spare fork) for a slice of cake. But it's less often that we take time out of our schedules to stand in solidarity for peace with our families, friends, and neighbors. Today, however, is the United Nations' annual International Day of Peace (sporting a theme of "Sustainable Peace for a Sustainable Future") and you're invited to the celebration. From Yoko Ono's IMAGINE PEACE films in Times Square to a Peace Day concert in Baghdad, here are some of our favorite peace-promoting celebrations across the globe! More»
With all the stress of this competitive city, it's time to kick back, relax and laugh for a night. From the best in improv and sketch comedy to "The Longest Running Comedy Club in the World," we've rounded up the best comedy in the Big Apple! More»
Last night in NYC, Susan Sarandon, Lindsey Wixon, and Dustin Yellin hit up the premiere of Ai WeiWei: Never Sorry, Coco Rocha and Steven Kolb came out to Citi Field to celebrate the Mets partnership with CFDA on the unique Mets merchandise collection, Nelly Furtado rocked out at the SELF Summer Party, The Wallflowers previewed their upcoming album at the Bowery Ballroom, and so much more. Last night's parties were full of premieres, pitches, performances, and photo studios! More»
Looking to stay in step with NYC culture? All it takes is a step in the right direction... and we're here to guide you! Each of the following sites features a fabulous set of steps perfect for sun, snacks and socializing. Some of NYC's finest have found themselves on these steps, which have rich histories in city and society happenings. Stop by at the right time and you could find yourself in the midst of film shoots, fashion shows and other festivities! More»
Let's face it. Walking to work in espadrilles or hauling a heavy beach bag across the sand is no substitute for a workout (we know - we've tried to get away with it). But we also know that it can be hard to fit gym time into your schedule, especially with so much to do outside. Enter: the outdoor workout program, a perfect mix of sun and sweat, urban landscape, arm lifts and lunges. So what are you waiting for? Choose a fitness program, grab a friend and get going - we'll see you there! More»
From bodega walls to subway doors, New York City is one of the best places in the world to find street art. But with anonymous works, famous installations, and sky-high murals scattered across five boroughs, there’s too much to see in one trip. So, lace up your sneakers and watch out for the cops, because we’ve pulled together some of the must-see pieces out on the streets right now. 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»
As New Yorkers, we like to think that we're flexible: we take the 1 train when the 2 isn't running, we'll go for an espresso when the regular coffee is still brewing, we'll even settle for standing room only admission when our favorite band comes to town. More»
Monday, May 20
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.