Courtesy of Womenintheworld.org
On March 8, I attended the first of three “Women in the World Summit 2012″ sessions at Lincoln Center. What an evening! I got there early, yet the line went on for blocks. I even saw few celebrities like Debra Messing who also attended the conference. Read the complete post »
No Comments | Posted on March 19, 2012 | Categories: Event-Related, From the Blog
If you haven’t stopped by Lincoln Center for a glimpse of models, celebrities, and glamour, head down to 66th Street today before Mercedes Benz Fashion Week ends! You didn’t need a ticket to the runway to spot famous famous and admire gorgeous get-up. Stop by the Allure lounge on West 63rd St for a photo shoot, free goodies, and more! Grab a drink at the Empire Hotel (feel free to introduce yourself as Chuck Bass at the bar and see what happens)… for a sure shot at seeing fashionistas.
For a bite to eat, check out the 23 restaurants in near Lincoln Center offering fashion plate specials- delicious prix-fixe meals at affordable prices.
This afternoon, Jessica Szohr stopped by The Eddie’s Pizza Truck for Urban Decay with a few girlfriends to grab a few pizzas in between the shows. Jessica ordered “The Naked” pie for herself, named after the brand’s cult-favorite “Naked” palette. Following @UrbanDecay411 for exclusive pizza (and cosmetics!) giveaways.
Beyonce and baby-bump were also spotted yesterday at the Mercedes Benz Star lounge along with famous faces like Emma Watson and Mandy Moore. Show off your style and admire others– who knows who you’ll see! Seriously, if your fashion week viewing hasn’t begun, head to the West Side before it’s too late!
No Comments | Posted on September 15, 2011 | Categories: Attractions, Entertainment, Event-Related, From the Blog, Midtown West
Watch Judah Friedlander perform through July 17 at Caroline’s! Tickets are $27.50! Friedlander may be best known for his work on 30 Rock, but he is also a stand up comedian and a published author.
Caroline’s on Broadway (1626 Broadway, Midtown West)
This fabulous dance party and live music event hosted at the sleek and intimate Canal Room, will feature DJ Keo Nozari along with performer Shontelle. Gumbo NYC is an LGBT events group, which hosts a party every first Friday of the month at Galapagos Art Space in DUMBO, Brooklyn. GUMBO was a Paper Magazine nominee for “Best Gay Party 2010,” a Time Out New York “Critics’ pick,” and was declared “one of the hottest new parties in NYC” by OUT.com.
Canal Room (285 W Broadway)
Barneys New York: FREE Facials
FREE facials at Barney’s this Saturday! Treatments include, but are not limited to, UV damage correction and wrinkle depletion. All services are done by world renown Sunday Riley Modern Skincare professionals.
660 Madison Ave
10 am – 5 pm
Robot Film Festival
After collecting around 70 short films that revolve around robots, the Robot Film Festival is showing off the flicks. Buy tickets to the movies and make sure attend the festival’s awards ceremony, called the “Botskers.”
The Three Legged Dog (3LD) Theater (80 Greenwich St)
through July 17
Come Out and Play is hosting a field day this Saturday on Governors Island! Join in on “the day of new and exciting outdoor games, from wild new field sports to large social games.” Every year, Come Out & Play features the best in experimental new real-world games. Listing of games is available online.
11am, 5pm, Governors Island
4 Knots Music Festival
Presented by The Village Voice, this indie-rock music festival includes groups like the Black Angels, Oberhofer, Davila 666, Titus Andronicus, and Eleanor Friedberger.
South Street Seaport’s Pier 17
1 – 12 pm
Opening of Jim Henson’s Fantastic World
Fifteen of Jim Henson’s famed puppets, including Kermit the Frog and Miss Piggy, will be on display at the Museum of the Moving Image along with over 120 other artifacts from Henson’s long career. Guided tours of Jim Henson’s Fantastic World will run every Saturday and Sunday at 3pm.
Museum of the Moving Image (36-01 35th Avenue, Astoria)
July 16–January 16, 2012
Midsummer Night Swing
Take a trip to Lincoln Center for the last day of this popular series. The Harlem Renaissance Orchestra will be playing fantastic music that will be sure to inspire plenty of crazy dance moves for the third annual dance contest.
Damrosch Park (62nd Street between Columbus and Amsterdam)
Head to Crown Heights for a lady party like no other! $15 entrance fee.
893 Bergen St (between Classon and Franklin Aves)
Mister Sunday with Eamon, Justin and Todd Terje
(388-400 Carroll St., nr. Bond St; Gowanus Grove, Brooklyn)
Spend your Sunday dancing outdoors at this Brooklyn summer dance party. Bring your dog (on a leash), kids (who get in for free!), and enough sunscreen to last a couple of hours of dancing!
Matt Timms Present’s “The Ice Cream Take Down”
Your chance to taste over 20 flavors of ice cream all for $15. Cast your vote for your favorite flavor!
The Bell House (149 7th St, Brooklyn)
1 Comment | Posted on July 14, 2011 | Categories: Astoria, Brooklyn, Entertainment, Event-Related, Financial District, From the Blog, Manhattan, Midtown East, Midtown West, Queens, Upper East Side, Upper West Side, Weekend Forecast
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A five dollar bill doesn’t go far in New York City, but recent additions to the Lincoln Center area have made the West 60’s a little more attractive to penny-pinchers. Not only is this afternoon excursion easy on the wallet, but rest assured that all 5 senses will be satisfied as well.
Touch: Just when you thought 5 was the lucky number, this first stop may suggest otherwise: i-junkies can forget the cross-town trek to the 5th Ave Apple Store and head to the new 67th street location, just unveiled this past weekend. The new building carries on the family tradition of its ‘glassy’ Eastside sister, and is unwrapped just in time to offer a slew of i-gadgets for the Christmas season. With a 45-foot Genius Bar and free daily workshops ranging from audio production, Final Cut Pro and dozens of other tutorials for your favorite i-apps, there’s plenty to keep your hands busy.
1981 Broadway @ 67th St
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No Comments | Posted on November 19, 2009 | Categories: Attractions, From the Blog, Manhattan, Midtown West