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Join Bob Sinclar for an Electrified Saturday

Cancel your plans this weekend and climb aboard! Legendary French DJ and Record Producer Bob Sinclar has teamed up with SoundCruise and Electric Circus to bring you the most epic party of Summer 2013! This Saturday night starts out on the water and ends at two of the most sought after clubs in the West Village. First up, SoundCruise presented the Hornblower Infinity, the magnificent 3-story yatch that must be seen to be believed. With 1,000 other partiers aboard, the cruise takes you around the city from 5pm to 11pm with Sinclar spinning some of his top hits and remixes with Drek Martinez and some surprise guests! With five dance floors, pillow fights and water guns, this truly is a once in a lifetime experience. The Hornblower Infinity is docked at 353 West Street, New York NY with boarding from 5pm until 7pm. The tickets start at only $65, with table packages including discounts on bottles. Click here to purchase your tickets and gain access to one of the most anticipated parties on the unfortgettable Hornblower Infinity.

The Top 5 NYE Parties in Downtown NYC

Five-weeks -- snag your New Year's Eve party tickets. Four-weeks -- book a car service to chauffer you and your crew around town. Three-weeks – ladies, buy your hot party dresses and gents, rent a dapper tux. Two-weeks – make pre-party plans. And, at the one-week countdown, get excited because in seven-days you’ll be ringing in 2013 in the best city in the USA – NYC.

Seeking the hottest spot to settle into on NYE that’ll surely meet all of your party needs, wants and dreams? All week, we’re serving up the best parties happening across the city starting with 5 HOT FETES in DOWNTOWN NYC:

Weekend Picks: Concert, Club & Foodie Fulfillment

For the Club-Hopper

Watch Your Favorite Headliners this Weekend

This Friday at Greenhouse New York, Sunday Attire will be headlining with an opening set by Michael Fusco. Also on deck at Lilium, Andrew Miller will headline with support from Spaceplant and DJ Tr3vor. And, this Saturday at The Red Room at Gansevoort Park, hailing from the legendary borough of the Bronx, DJ Chris Wonder will be on the ones-and-twos. Tables are filling up fast for all 3 parties so e-mail to RSVP and snag a seat.

Party-A-Day: NYC

We know many of you are getting your Independence Day celebration started early, so we've added some additional revelry for Friday through Sunday. It's going to be a wild week in NYC. Enjoy!

When: 7-11pm

Where: The Darby, 246 West 14th Street.

When: 5-11pm

Where: Tammany Hall Tavern, 218 East 53rd St.

When: 9pm-3am

Where: Highland Park, 206 East 34th Street

When: 10pm-4am

Where: Sway, 305 Spring St. Manhattan

When: 10pm-4am

Where: Gansevoort Park Avenue, 420 park Ave South

When: 11pm

NYC: Your Week in Revelry

When: All Week

Where: Nighthawk Cinema 136 Metropolitan Ave, Brooklyn.

When: 10pm

Where: Sway 305 Spring St. Manhattan

When: 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Where: Terminal 5, 610 West 56th Street

When: 5-6.30pm

Where: XVI Rooftop 251 West 48th St. Manhattan

When: 10pm-4am

Where: Gansevoort Park Avenue, 420 Park Avenue South.

When: 11pm-4am

Where: Marquee, 289 10th Ave, Manhattan

When: 2-10pm

Where: Thompson Lower East Side 190 Allen Street, Manhattan

Greenhouse Parties Naturally

It’s easy to forget that we share this planet with so many other people. Too often we act selfishly, hoarding over land, possessions, and money that we never realize how much we take from the Earth and never give back. Being eco-friendly requires some sacrifices but here, in New York, partying will not be surrendered.

Last Week, one of the City’s only, and most popular eco-friendly nightclubs, Greenhouse, helped celebrate Earth Week by hosting their “Greenhouse Gives Back” campaign. Each night from April 16th to the 22nd, proceeds were given to Global Green, Cans for a Cure, Prospect Park Alliance, American Cancer Society, Riverkeeper, Green Festival, and Plant a Billion Trees, each an environmental or health-based charity.

A Great Mix: Dancing and Mingling

What is the most inherently understood, widely recognized form of communication that spans the entire globe? If you said mathematics, you are wrong. It’s dancing. Bee’s do it. Birds do it, too. Even if you're already enrolled in a zumba class with a friend, finding a great dance club is one of the best ways to relieve stress and have a great time meeting people. Consider these great dance spots next time you got that itch to bust a move.

Cielo, 18 Little W. 12th St. 212-645-5700

Intimate in size, this Meatpacking dance spot was built for dancing. The sunken dance floor means all the attention is on the dancer, surrounded by various genres of house music blasting through its outstanding sound system. The floor is framed with luxurious banquettes so you and your dance partner can take a break and get to know each other.

The Glass Greenhouse Lamp

It’s hard to make gardening a hobby in a big city. Tiny window sills are one of the only place a plant can get sun in an apartment, and that’s only if your apartment building allows it. Forget flowers, it’s nearly impossible to even nurture a few spices or a Chia pet. For the eco-savvy, those trying to save a few dollars, or those who love cool decoration, a solution has cropped up. “Glasshouse", created by designer Kristýna Pojerová, is a tiny green house for those without the space for one.

The pretty little orb also happens to double as a pendant lamp. The orb goes over a lightbulb, using its heat to create the humidity and light needed to support plant life. The opening in the center allows people to reach in to water and tend to herbs. It ventilates so that the plants air well and also allows for the light to pour through. The miniature green house makes use of heat waste from the lightbulb as well.

Ever been to an eco-friendly nightclub in NYC?

NYC's first eco-friendly nightclub, Greenhouse, is holding an event on Wednesday, July 27th. Come join the African Rainforest Conservancy (ARC) at the nightclub for an evening of organic cocktails, hors d'oeuvres, music and more! The ARC works to conserve Tanzania's Eastern Arc rainforest, an area that is over 300 times the size of Central Park! So come out to the Concrete Jungle and give back to the green outside the island of Manhattan.

Tickets are $95 and can be purchased here. A group discount is also available.

Date: Wednesday, July 27th

Time: 8:00-11:00 PM

Venue: Greenhouse

Address: 150 Varick Street, New York NY