Listing: MIA Screening at 9th Annual SoHo International Film Festival

Feature film from, writer-director-actress, Galia Barkol sets NYC Premiere! In an era and city that is pushing for more inclusion actresses, like Galia Barkol, have found empowerment to tell the stories that, until now, women have struggled to tell. MIA (Sundance Screenwriter’s Lab Semi-Finalist Script) is the story of an immigrant woman in NYC during an “in-between”…

Memorial Day Weekend Cocktails With A Feminist Twist

As our first long-weekend quickly approaches it’s finally starting to feel like Summer is around the corner. We’ve hid from the rain, slugged through the snow, and braced the cold but rejoice New Yorkers, we’ve made it! For many Memorial Day weekend is the opening of summer. It’s time to set up our beach houses,…

Listing: Drag Queen Bingo at LeGrande Lounge

  Drag Bingo at LeGrande Lounge in The Time New York Hotel officially launches Monday, May 21st and will be held on the second Monday of every month! Join Queens Brita Filter (@TheBritaFilter), Jannifer Sport (@JanSportNYC),  Lagoona Bloo (@LagoonaBlooNYC), and Rosé (@RoseWithAnAccent) for signature cocktails including the French Kiss Martini, SexyBerry Marg, Queer Royal for $12 each. Food specials included Chicken…

New Charles James Book Celebrated At The Halston House

A new definitive Charles James biography by Michèle Gerber Klein was celebrated on May 10th at The Halston House. Fashionistas and socialites alike gathered to purchase the first signed copies of Charles James: Portrait of Unreasonable Man: Fame, Fashion, Art. Roy Halston Frowick’s (Halston) former townhouse was designed by the great mid-century architect Paul Rudolf. The relationship between Charles…

Hamptons: Meditation at LongHouse Reserve with Jim Owen

Every Saturday From June 2 till August 25 (Rain or Shine)  Meditation at LongHouse this summer will focus on the pleasures of Getting to Know the Esoteric HEART. For centuries artist and the artist in everyone have used the symbol of the heart to convey feelings of love. Tantrikas or students of the sacred Tantric teachings of India learn…

Listing: Chef Jacques Pépin To be Honored at 2018 Hayground Chefs Dinner

Honorary chairpersons Sarah Jessica Parker and Matthew Broderick announce the 14th annual Hayground Chef’s Dinner, honoring world-renowned Chef Jacques Pépin, onSunday, July 29, 2018, in Jeff’s Kitchen at Hayground School, Bridgehampton. Five-star chefs will cook for guests as they celebrate Chef Pépin. The benefit dinner will raise much- needed financial aid for Hayground School, an inclusive, diverse school which incorporates an…

Listing: James Reese Europe WWI Centennial Tribute Concert

American ragtime and early jazz bandleader, arranger, and composer, James Reese Europe, will be celebrated at a World War I Centennial Tribute Concert on June 8, 2018 at Symphony Space. The evening will be presented by New York Jazzharmonic Traditional Jazz Sextet under the baton of Ron Wasserman and vocalist Aubrey Barnes. Presented in collaboration…

Listing: Joshua Beamish/MOVETHECOMPANY Presents The Masque of the Red Death

Joshua Beamish/MOVETHECOMPANY Presents The Masque of the Red Death Inspired by the Edgar Allan Poe June 28, 2018 at 8pm June 29, 2018 at 8pm The Joyce Theater Since their last appearance at The Joyce Theater’s Ballet Festival in 2015, Joshua Beamish/MOVETHECOMPANY has continued to thrill audiences, most recently at Canada’s National Arts Centre and in…

The Best and Worst Looks of the 2018 Met Gala

The Costume Institute’s spring 2018 exhibition—at The Met Fifth Avenue and The Met Cloisters— features a dialogue between fashion and medieval art from The Met collection to examine fashion’s ongoing engagement with the devotional practices and traditions of Catholicism. Serving as the cornerstone of the exhibition, papal robes and accessories from the Sistine Chapel sacristy,…

Fittingly Themed ‘Save The World’ Mural Comes To Brooklyn

Overlooking the East River, a new four-story mural was unveiled last weekend at 188 Eagle Street in Brooklyn by British artist, D*Face.  Appropriately titled for the moment, ‘Save The World’, it was created in conjunction with the first U.S edition of the Moniker International Art Fair and underwritten by Kaspersky Lab — their newst collaboration…