ADIDAS ORIGINALS x EDDIE HUANG CHINESE NEW YEAR PARTY
When: Jan 23, 10pm-4am
Celebrate Chinese New Year with Adidas, Eddie Huang, Max Koshkerman, James Cruickshank and Simonez Wolf with an open Ciroc bar from 10-11pm! DJ Austin Peters and DJ Vibe will be spinning all night.
When: Jan 24, 7 pm - 10 pm
Tuesday is shaping up to be a fairly tame night. Unless you're going to Nemo for an open bar and karaoke. Enjoy an hour long open bar with cocktails and Sapporo drafts and be sure to drink up so you have the guts to get on stage and make a fool of yourself. Private rooms are also available if the embarrassment is too much for you to handle. Tickets are $45.
Seems like the troubled new spot, Ludlow Manor, just can't catch a break. Last Wednesday, the owners faced a hearing before the State Liquor Authority following the Community Board 3 complaints of “multiple misrepresentations” by the owners, which include Georgie Seville and allegedly Lady Gaga's ex Luc Carl. According to Blackbook, a $10,000 fine was assessed.
Ludlow Manor was approved for a ground-floor liquor permit last fall. However, they did not receive a permit for the second or third floors (though rumors are they were serving liquor illegally on both floors, leading to complaints by CB3.) Another curveball was thrown in court when the club's attorney said Carl was not actually an owner, and anyone claiming such was “making an erroneous statement.”
Marquee Las Vegas has released their full 20l2 exclusive resident DJ lineup which includes a non-stop list of some of the biggest DJs in the world. This year Marquee brings you Above & Beyond, ATB, Benny Benassi, Chuckie, Dirty South, Erick Morillo, Kaskade, Markus Schulz and Redfoo for weekly sets that are not to be missed. Marquee continues their reign on the electronic music scene as being the worldwide destination for EDM talent. Touted as the “New Ibiza,” by MTV News, their setup includes a 40-foot LED DJ booth, custom visuals, state-of-the-art sound system with 32,000-watt subwoofers, and nightly costumed dancers. 2012 is lining up to be Marquee Las Vegas' best yet. Details below:
Have you ever dreamed of what it would be like to be out with movie stars on Oscar night? Well, now is your chance to get into one of Hollywood's most exclusive parties! Charitybuzz.com is auctioning off the opportunity to attend the 5th Annual Hollywood Dominos Pre-Oscar party. Brush shoulders with movie stars and the who who's of Hollywood at Sunset Tower in Beverly Hills prior to the Oscars on February 23, 2012.
Noah Tepperberg & Jason Strauss host Tiesto's 43rd birthday celebration tonight at LAVO! We know, 43 years, we can't believe it either. This is set to be one of the biggest, most exclusive parties of the year, requiring "red carpet approval" to even buy a ticket. Tiësto was born Tijs Michiel Verwest in Breda, North Brabant, Netherlands on January 17, 1969. He started DJing at the age of 14 at local school parties. In 1985 through 1994 he was a resident DJ at several clubs in the Netherlands. He played weekend sets from 10pm-4am at a small nightclub called The Spock in Breda, where he was really able to settle into a style of his own.
Tiesto's Birthday at LAVO
Come celebrate Tiesto's birthday tonight at LAVO! This surprise birthday bash is the most coveted party of the night. The world renowned DJ rings in another year of life and topping charts. Need we say more? Get your tickets here. Early arrival is recommended, the door will likely be a madhouse.
Burlesque Dance Party at The Delancey
When: Jan 18, 10:30pm
Can you believe Cielo has been around for 9 years? Now that's something to celebrate. Espcially in the fickle nightlife industry! As one of the original clubs before the Meatpacking District was cool, it has held its own for nearly a decade in what is now NYC's trendiest party neighborhood. The club is known for having two of the longest running weekly parties in the U.S. featuring some of the biggest DJs in the world. Just in the past year, they've hosted star DJs such James Zabiela, Chris Liebing, Ben Watt, Roger Sanchez, Mark Knight and Nick Warren.
Starting January 14th, Kaskade will play sets all day at Marquee Las Vegas. The renowned reigning #1 DJ will showcase brand new sets at both the day and nightclubs, keeping the party going around the clock.
"After an incredible 2011 at Marquee, in particular the Halloween and New Year's Eve epic sell-out shows, I can't wait to continue the residency in 2012. Having a monthly residency in Vegas gives me the chance to stretch out musically, play longer sets, and share some really unique magical moments with my fans. Vegas has exploded in the last two years, the parties just keep getting bigger and better, the city and Marquee are can't miss destinations for dance music fans,” Kaskade says.
The American Museum of Natural History has a whole lineup of amazing events coming up in February. If you're looking for new experiences to mix up your normal evening or weekend routine, AMNH has you covered. Whether you're looking for a fun daytime activity, cocktails, or a learning experience for kids, there's something for everyone. Pick your adventure! Details below:
Mystery at the Museum: An Accomplice Adventure
Select Saturdays and Sundays
Families with children ages 10 and up
Embark on an exciting adventure through the Museum! Meet characters, follow clues, and solve puzzles as you unravel a tale that takes you to iconic locations and behind-the-scenes areas. Part game, part theater, and part walking tour, Mystery at the Museum is an experience you won’t soon forget.
SciCafe: The Virus Hunters
February 1 at 7 pm
Wallach Orientation Center, fourth floor
21+ with ID
Enjoy cocktails, cutting-edge science, and conversation at this popular after-hours series, which takes place on the first Wednesday of every month.
Highly publicized diseases like Ebola and swine flu are only some of the many viruses that spread from animals to humans. Join virologist Nathan Wolfe and computational biologist Daniel Janies as they discuss their efforts to track infectious agents in animals before they reach people. Traveling from the jungles of the Congo to the marketplaces of China and using supercomputers and Google Earth, these two virus hunters are on a mission to stop the next global pandemic.
Nathan Wolfe is the founder and CEO of the Global Viral Forecasting Initiative, an organization that studies emerging diseases in animals to curb infectious threats before they become pandemics. He spends much of his time chasing viruses in Africa. In 2011, Wolfe was named one of Time magazine’s 100 most influential people in the world. Daniel Janies is an associate professor at Ohio State University. Along with colleagues, including researchers at the Museum, he created a web-based application called Supramap that tracks and maps pathogens as they evolve, providing crucial information for public health officials and national security experts.
Proudly sponsored by Judy and Josh Weston.
This program is made possible by a Science Education Partnership Award (SEPA) grant from the National Center for Research Resources (NCRR), a component of the National Institutes of Health (NIH).
Adventures in Science: Beyond Planet Earth
Three Thursdays, February 2, 9, and 16, from 4:30–6 pm
For grades 3, 4, and 5
$90 for three classes
Will humans land on a moving asteroid or discover ancient life on Mars? What lies beyond our planet, and where will we go next? Explore these questions and more in a series of workshops based on the Museum’s special exhibition Beyond Planet Earth: The Future of Space Exploration. Workshops include hands-on activities, visits to the exhibition, and journeys in the Hayden Planetarium.
The Museum’s Youth Initiatives are generously supported by the leadership contribution of the New York Life Foundation.
Beyond Planet Earth is made possible through the sponsorship of Lockheed Martin Corporation.
And is proudly supported by Con Edison.
Major funding has been provided by The Lila Wallace-Reader’s Digest Endowment Fund.
Additional support is generously provided by Marshall P. and Rachael C. Levine, Drs. Harlan B. and Natasha Levine, and Mary and David Solomon.
Presented with special thanks to NASA.
Story Pirates: My Museum Story
February 4 at 11 am and 2 pm
Enjoy this sketch comedy show based on stories written by kids that take place at the Museum. The show features actors, puppets, and live music, celebrating the words and ideas of all the young authors while reinforcing positive messages about science and self-expression.