Notes from the Jungle

Friday, June 23, 2017
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    Spending Columbus Day Weekend in New York? There’s an App for That

    If you’re spending Columbus Day Weekend in the City the Never Sleeps, choosing where to head for a night out can be overwhelming. Do you go to your old staple, where the bartender knows your order? Or check out that hot new place, but risk the pitfalls of the unknown—the crowd, the time in transit, the […]

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    Celebrate National Taco Day

    Walk into GUAC Tacos + Tequila, newly opened in the East Village, and it’s always National Taco Day. The dark wood and inviting bar open into a back dining room with colorful décor, taking you from what would have been a dreary New York Tuesday to a veritable trip across the border. Tuesdays are always […]

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    Metrograph Is the Place To Be During New York Fashion Week

    Picture stepping out from the busy streets of Manhattan and into the chic, classic pages of a magazine. New York Fashion Week models will enjoy that feeling all week; and revelers can get a similar taste of Old Hollywood at the newly opened Metrograph theater and The Metrograph Commissary restaurant. We hear that the who’s who […]

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    Grace Coddington Publishes “Grace: The American Vogue Years”

    Grace Coddington launches new book "Grace: The American Vogue Years."

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    The Met’s “Manus x Machina” Extends Hours This Weekend

    For those who want to enjoy some art and style before heading to the Hamptons for Labor Day, The Met will get you your fix of both. The museum will be hosting extended hours on Friday, September 2, and Saturday, September 3, keeping the popular “Manus x Machina: Fashion in an Age of Technology” exhibit […]

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    IFC and The Cinema Society Host “Disorder” Screening

    With rain in the forecast all weekend, wash away those summer blues and head to the movies to check out Disorder, which opens in select theaters today, August 12. Disorder tells the story of Vincent (Matthias Schoenaerts), an ex-soldier with PTSD who is hired to protect the wife (Diane Kruger) and young son of a wealthy Lebanese […]

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    Road Diaries: Test Driving a Porsche Through the Hamptons

    Depending upon the day, driving in the Hamptons can be a car enthusiast’s dream; or a logistical nightmare. The roads are long and windy, but the traffic is epic. The scenery is unspoiled, but the turns are painfully narrow. Get behind a Porsche 911 Carrera S Cabriolet, however, and dichotomy between the pros and cons […]

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    Say Hello to 100% Natural Sunscreen

    Looking for a natural way to protect your skin from the sun’s harmful rays? Goddess Garden Organics is the leading mineral based sunscreen with a #1 rating from the Environmental Working Group. The sunscreen is not only 100% natural, but it also uses naturally occurring minerals that wash off safely and settle back into the […]

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    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 […]

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    Dylan’s Candy Barn: Dog Adoption Takes over East Hampton Location with Rob Thomas

    Dogs, sweets and ’90s tunes! What could be better? Dylan’s Candy Bar is partnering with the Animal Rescue Fund of the Hamptons (ARF) on July 8 to host a dog adoption event in East Hampton. Dog and music lovers rejoice—Rob Thomas of Matchbox 20 will also attend! Founder and CEO of Dylan’s Candy Bar Dylan Lauren […]

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    10 Things to do in the Hamptons for 4th of July Weekend

    The best way to spend Independence Day Weekend out East

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    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 […]