After Hurricane Sandy put a damper on last year's festivities, the city's got two years of partying to catch up on. Halloween 2013 looks set to be nothing short of epic and with more events planned than perhaps ever before, we're already starting to feel the city's dark side burbling towards the surface. After spotting two Albert Einsteins, a fox that goes gering-ding-dingeringeding and several cats wandering the streets today, we thought we'd give you a sneak peak of what's in store.
Temptress Yacht on NYE
If you’ve got your heart set on sailing into the 2010 New Year, then cruising down the Hudson River in this multi-level maritime luxury is the way to go. Enjoy the four hour open bar, buffet dinner, and midnight champagne toast while you visit scenic Manhattan highlights such as Ellis Island, Chelsea Piers, the Statue of Liberty and more. The fireworks and world renowned DJ will only add to your already unforgettable New Years Eve New York 2010 celebration.
At 5'6", O'Neal McKnight's presence is far from intimidating. Dressed casually, with a friendly, open demeanour, you would never know that this man has the ear of some of the most celebrated names in the music industry. Perhaps his name is not as well known as that of his cousin Andre Harrell, but from dancing with Outkast, to styling Mystikal, and recording an album with Busta Rhymes, O'Neal McKnight's impressive list of talents and qualities show that there is much, much more than meets the eye.
With an array of venues hosting parties for New Year’s Eve 2009 here in New York City, there are a select few that offer breathtaking architecture. If you feel like celebrating the end of 2008 and the beginning of 2009 in a setting that boasts classic glamour, Cipriani at 42nd Street, Capitale and Guastavino’s are three venues that definitely make the list. If you are looking for a space that brings a more contemporary feel, Pressure holds a lot of potential.