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Now that summer is here, we are pretty much in store for nothing but sunny days and clear, cool evenings and with no rain in sight, L.A. is taking advantage with outdoor movie screenings popping up all over the city. Going to a movie with friends or a date is an American institution, but summer outdoor screenings are upping the ante with DJs, food trucks, live music performances, BYOB and those colorful L.A. sunsets right before showtime. From screenings of cult classics on the Hollywood Forever Cemetery lawn to a "bike-in" outdoor movie on the L.A. River, there is something for everyone, no matter your budget. We've consulted our sources and gathered all the details for the many opportunities to catch some flicks under the stars this season with this guide to L.A.'s top 10 outdoor screening series happening this summer.
Across the globe, surfing has become a lifestyle, but to a select few, surfing is more than a way of life; it embodies who they are. Photographer Alberto Guglielmi's new series, "Surfer DNA," captures the essence of that in stunning photographs of surfers with surfboard fins emerging from their bodies. The series debuted last week in Soho, and again last night at Aesthesia Studios in Culver City to benefit Waves for Water's Campaign for Hurricane Sandy Relief in the Rockaways.
Nightlife in New York City can get a bit expensive. All those cover fees and drink prices can really add up, so we decided do a little research on where to score some free booze and save a little money. Trust us, your wallet will thank you later.
What's better than a fun-filled date in New York City? A double date with two times the fun! Check out these exciting double date ideas that will have you breaking a sweat, laughing until your ribs hurt, or pretending you're in your own version of "Top Chef." More»
Photographer and Shark Attack Sounds host Ben Watts isn't camera shy, but he's keeping #shhhhh about his latest project: wine label WattsUp Rosé. Watts and Wine Awesomeness will be launching the label this Memorial Day weekend in the Hamptons. Why rosé, Ben? "Why not? Its my favorite pink drink Shhhhh!" More»
Are you getting a little tired of the typical dinner and movie date night? Is your girlfriend nagging you to be more unique and romantic? With so many options in a city like New York, there's no reason to do the same thing each time you and your significant other decide to go out. Break the monotony, and spice up your date night with a few of these great ideas.
There's no doubt that Fashion Week is one of the busiest times of the year for New Yorkers. The days are spent running from show to show in sky-high heels, followed by long nights of partying. All of the festivities can certainly take a toll on your body, so it's important to take some time to relax after all of the craziness dies down. We've got you covered with our list of the best places to put up your feet and unwind. More»
NYC wine bars are a dime a dozen, so we understand that it can be easy to play it safe and stick with those tried and true spots you already know and love. But it's a new year, and if you're starting to get bored of your usual routine, we're here to help you ditch your go-to spots and venture out to one of the many great wine bars the city has to offer. Be it the atmosphere or the menu, these places have unique qualities that even your non-wine friends will enjoy. More»
What do you get the person who has everything? We all have that difficult person on our list, and shopping for them can be incredibly stressful and exhausting. No one wants to gift unread books or unworn clothes, so use this guide to choose the perfect class for the really tough people on your list. Whether it's a trapeze class or a wine tasting lessons, create memories that will surely outlast some ordinary stocking stuffer.
Here is your must-read guide to the best parties and events in Washington, DC this weekend. More»
With Halloween coming up, you might have blissful memories of trick-or-treating and filling buckets of plastic pumpkins with what seemed like an endless supply of candy. Although we no longer take part in such shenanigans, we can always use a chocolate fix. Check out the chocolate edition to our Downtown food crawl. More»
Wednesday, June 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.