On December 4th, the Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater pirouetted into its 2013-14 season at New York City Center with an Opening Night Gala.
Wayne McGregor’s “Chroma” ballet served as a sensational start to the evening’s repertoire, but the party program afterwards with models Joan Smalls and Carolyn Murphy, actor Taye Diggs, Chef Marcus Samuelsson, operatic Read More
On December 8th, Columbia Pictures’ presented the “American Hustle” Premiere at The Ziegfeld Theater in New York.
Call it an Academy Awards dress rehearsal, but something about “American Hustle” begs for Oscar hardware.
Starlets Amy Adams and Elisabeth Rohm looked noticeably sleek in their gowns, but the flick came out the big winner spurring on plenty Read More
On December 2, The New-York Historical Society’s held it’s annual History Makers Gala.
Over 500 patrons of NYHS assembled at the lavish Pierre Hotel for this year’s gala and raised a hefty $3.1 million. The lauded historical institution also toasted Roger Hertog, Trustee of the New-York Historical Society since 2003 and former Chairman of the Board from 2007 Read More
The Jersey-born artist Daniel Colen once collaborated with his friend and frequent creative accomplice Dash Snow on an installation called “Hamster’s Nest,” which showed at the Deitch Projects. Inspired by “trashing hotel rooms while naked, high on coke, Ecstasy, or mushrooms,” according to a 2010 profile in Black Book, the piece required 30 nude volunteers and 2,000 shredded phone books. Sober now and with showings in the Whitney, and the Gagosian and Saatchi galleries to his name, Mr. Colen has adopted mellower habits of late. Now he has a pad to match: the former wild child just paid $2.6 million for a four-bedroom duplex condo in a townhouse at 71 Pierrepont Street in Brooklyn Heights, according to city records.
Starting today, commuters passing through the Union Square subway station will have the opportunity to browse the sartorial selections on offer at a pop-up UNIQLO store. UNIQLO, a Japanese maker of affordable casual wear, is the second retailer to take part in a new MTA initiative designed to bring “hip, small stores…into subway stations for short-term stays,” according to a release. The first, an indy-centric media shop known as The Newsstand, piloted the program last summer with a location at the Lorimer/Metropolitan Avenue stop, in Williamsburg.