Calling all night crawlers! If you love to party, are out and about, or serving NYC's trendiest crowds, it's time to listen up. An award-winning television production company based right in New York City is partnering with a major cable network and working on an exciting new documentary series that could feature YOU! The series will tell the story of NYC through the eyes of its city dwellers who are on the job or out socializing between the hours of 3-5am, highlighting the unique ways and real life events through which the city comes to life at night.
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What do you get when you mix hipsters, blue and white collar workers, glam divas and art enthusiasts in a museum parking lot? If you're guessing First Saturdays at the Brooklyn Museum, then you, my friend, are correct. For a couple of years now the Target sponsored event, which is free to the general public, has grown to be a new staple of what we call Brooklyn's new renaissance. Every first Saturday of the month, an eclectic mix of people gather at the art enclave to partake in festivities that go from 5 to 11 pm.
Saint Patrick’s Day is coming up and maybe you didn’t get a chance to celebrate this past weekend at the parade downtown. Don't worry! There are plenty of Irish pubs in San Francisco where you can celebrate with a refreshing pint. Grab a friend or two after work, head to one of these pubs and cheers joyously over your favorite Irish beer.
The Plough and Stars, 116 Clement Street (at 2nd Ave), San Francisco, CA 94118, (415) 751-1122
The Phoenix Bar, 811 Valencia Street (at 19th St), San Francisco, CA 94110, (415) 695-1811
Johnny Foley’s Irish House, 243 O’Farrell Street (at Powell St), San Francisco, CA 94102, (415) 954-0777
It's the ultimate house party and it's our pleasure to introduce you to the new Mansion 360. The 40,000 square foot Miami mega-club was recently redesigned from floor to ceiling with unprecedented lighting and sound systems and an edgy new façade. The city of Miami Beach even declared Saturday, January 21st "Mansion Day" as the club reopened its doors to kick off a two day electro-fest deemed "Deadmau5 unhooked."
True to the new 360 concept, the DJ booth has been relocated to the center, promising guests a great performance no matter where they are on the dancefloor. Mansion goes beyond simple bottle service with the new VIP scene, complete with a full private bar with ample tables and seating, all in the shadow of world-renown DJs.
For some reason, twice a year, women feel the need to wear as little clothing as possible. Those two occasions are Halloween and New Year's Eve. While many women bask in the glory of feeling justified for being scantily clad, many of us would rather keep a little to the imagination. Seeing someone's butt cheeks hang down from under their dress veers off the sexy path and into, "WTF is she wearing?" So, to avoid such disasters, here are 4 looks for 4 different types of parties that are both sexy AND classy. Whether you're headed to the club or out with the family, here are some pointers for keeping all eyes on you for the right reasons.
Although it's not yet December 31st, the countdown has already begun. The days are rapidly disappearing as you try to decide what to wear, where to go and who to celebrate with. We can't pick your clothes or your friends, but we can tell you where the hottest parties will be happening in Miami this New Year's Eve. (Click on venue name for more info and to reserve tickets + tables.)Fontainebleau 4441 Collins Ave
Miami Beach, FL 33140-3227 The Fontainebleau is one of the most posh and popular party spots in Miami so naturally have booked some top talent for their NYE poolside bash. Swedish DJ Axwell, part of the Swedish House Mafia, will deliver an unforgettable, exclusive mix of house, electro and club music to welcome the New Year. The party lasts from 7PM to 2AM with premium open bar from 9-12. Tickets: general admission starts at $325 with private cabanas and stage-side tables costing five figures. Or, take the party inside to Fontainebleau's ulta-club LIV where Busta Rhymes and Sebastian Ingrosso will be helping you celebrate the new year. This is one of the most expensive and exclusive parties in Miami with general admission starting at $575 which includes admission and premium open bar from 9PM - midnight (the price drops to $375 after 1AM). There are tons of tables available both downstairs and on the mezzanine where you'll pop bottles of Belvedere and Dom Perignon for prices between 8 and 20 grand. The party will last until after the sun comes up again at 7AM. Tickets and tables can be booked here.
Dream South Beach 1111 Collins Ave,
Miami Beach, FL 33139-4604 If you want a more intimate space this NYE, head to Dream, rated one of Miami's top 5 hotels by TripAdvisor users. All tickets include open bar from 8PM - 1AM, passed appetizers from 9PM-11PM, party favors and a champagne toast. Upgrade to VIP and gain access to the Moroccan Room for a scrumptious buffet. A DJ will be spinning all night on the rooftop at HIGHBAR. [TravelZoo is currently offering 50% off tickets here.] The Bank
139 N.E. 1st Street
Miami, FL 33132
If you were hoping to get tickets (any ticket!) to the Gansvoort Miami rooftop party on New Years Eve, you're out of luck. That is, unless you're looking to join the party after midnight (limited tickets will be on sale after 12:30 at the door as well as online). The party is the first to sell out in Miami, and promises to ring in the New Year like no other. With DJ M.O.S on the tables and a top notch, exclusive crowd, it's set to be the most coveted party in Miami.
With sprawling views of the the shoreline, located 18 stories above the beach, it's one of South Beach's sweetest hot spots. The rooftop boasts 26,000-square-feet with a 110-foot-long outdoor pool that plays underwater music. Private cabanas come with HD TVs and plush couches, only the finest V.I.P style.
Heidi Klum is well known for her elaborate Halloween costumes and parties. This year's 12th annual party at Tao nightclub at the Venetian in Las Vegas was no exception with her dramatic entrance and ensemble.
The eccentric supermodel was covered by a blood spattered sheet and wheeled onto the red carpet by two dudes dressed as doctors. The sheet was pulled back to reveal a skinless Klum in a bodysuit with immaculate muscle and bone detail. She rose from the gurney and proceeded to pose for the cameras as if she walked right out of the pages of an Anatomy textbook, or maybe a twisted episode of Dexter.
For just one night, the penthouse at 1111 Lincoln will turn into an exclusive Halloween Party Scene. The annual Nightmare Above Lincoln Road charity Halloween event benefits The Little Lighthouse Foundation, assisting children and their families in South Florida who struggle with medical, educational, emotional and financial challenges. The party starts Saturday, October 29th at 9PM and winds down at 2AM.
This year’s theme is fire, complete with décor to stimulate all your senses including red lighting, video-projected flames on the walls and 34 foot ceilings, fog, comfy sofas and a custom sound system. Cato K will be in the DJ booth and local restaurants will provide some munchies in between your trips to the Fire Bar, also sponsored by Grey Goose. If you need to put some finishing touches on your face, M.A.C. and Macy’s will have a make-up station set up. There will also be a photo booth to capture you and your friends in your best costumes.
Don't you just love living in Miami where it's still warm enough in October to wear whatever you want? Whether your costume is creepy, creative or kinky, here is where to see and be scene this Halloween.
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 22nd
'Hula-ween' Luau at Solé on the Ocean: The ultra-contemporary boutique hotel in Sunny Isles Beach celebrates Halloween early with a pumpkin carving, paddle boarding, limbo contests (win a weekend stay) and a beachside Polynesian pig roast. A Mai Tai, valet and music by DJ Dutch and the Aloha Boyz are included in the price of admission. Festive attire is encouraged and will be rewarded. For reservations, call 786.923.9300 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. 5:00pm to 10:00pm, $25 per person.