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  • 10 Things To Do This Weekend

    Another weekend is finally among us! Whether it be in the Hamptons or New York City, this weekend is filled with exciting events for everyone. Fridays at Five – Michael Shnayerson July 22 4:30-6 p.m. The Hampton Library, 2478 Main Street, Bridgehampton Michael Shnayerson, former Vanity Fair contributing editor, will be this week’s Fridays at Five

  • 10 Things to Do this Weekend

    The weekend is almost here! Although there is never a lack of activities in New York City or the Hamptons, sometimes it can be tiresome to find the best way to spend your days off. We’ve compiled a list of 10 exciting events around New York City and the Hamptons, so time this weekend can be

  • 10 Things to Do This Week

    Fourth of July may have passed, but this weekend is just as eventful! From rooftop films and new art exhibits to markets and concerts there is never a lack of activities in New York.  Here are 10 exciting events to enjoy in the city and the Hamptons over the next few days. So get out this weekend

  • Live Music Returns to The Surf Lodge Tonight

    The shows will go on! Live music returns to The Surf Lodge in Montauk tonight with the weekly Nancy Atlas Surf Lodge Wednesdays. The live music scene has been hush-hush in Montauk since just before Memorial Day Weekend, when the Surf Lodge was found to be in violation of its license from the State Liquor Authority.

  • Sea Star Beachwear Pop-Up Shop Opens in Southampton

    Sea Star Beachwear, Sunni Spencer and Lindroth Design have combined forces to create a resort chic pop-up boutique in Southampton. Located at 66 Jobs Lane, the shop brings together three exciting brands, and the trio hosted an opening party over 4th of July weekend. The pop-up store will remain open seven days a week through Labor Day.

  • Bill Cunningham Captivated New York City

    Dear New York Times Editors: For most people, I’m sure that Bill Cunningham’s recent death was just another bit of sad news in a very sad week. But to the fashion and social crowd, we’ve lost an emblem, and his death represents the end of an era. As the editor of a society magazine and

  • Broadway’s “She Loves Me” Makes History with Livestream Thursday

    On June 30 BroadwayHD and Roundabout Theatre Company will live stream the musical She Loves Me, making history with the first ever Broadway show to be broadcasted live online. The classic musical stars Laura Benanti, Zachary Levi and Tony Award-winner Jane Krakowski. BroadwayHD has previously sponsored the Behind the Scenes Show for the 70th Annual

  • Ella on the Run, It-Girl

    Ella On The Run, a London based singer and songwriter, first came into the musical spotlight in 2014 with her debut single Golden Boys. Its heady mixture of smooth vocals and electronic beats immediately got her the attention of media and fans alike as well as landing her on the list of Glastonbury’s emerging artists. Ella studied

  • Sing for Hope Invites New Yorkers to Tickle the Ivories

    New York City’s public pianos are back! Hand-painted Sing for Hope pianos will be stationed across the five boroughs for the public to visit, play and enjoy from June 9 through June 19. The non-profit organization founded by opera singers Monica Yunus and Camille Zamora aims to bring the power of art to those who

  • MET Breuer Presents Unfinished Exhibit

    The new Met Breuer on Madison Avenue is a must see in NYC this summer. An extension of The Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Met Breuer is dedicated to modern and contemporary art. The latest exhibit, Unfinished: Thoughts Left Visible, examines the question of when a work of art is truly completed. Spanning both the