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Pipilotti Rist’s Open My Glade (Flatten) for January’s #MidnightMoment

This month’s #Midnightmoment in Times Square brings the New Museum’s latest exhibition with Pipilotti Rist to the crossroads of New York City. Rist’s “Open my Glade (Flatten)” is a quirky […]

Sarah Sze, Blueprint for a Landscape

The long awaited 2nd Avenue Subway line is finally open, which means a bevy of new public art for our enjoyment. Sarah Sze was one of the first artists chosen […]

Philip Williams Poster Museum

The Philip Williams Poster Museum may be a retail store, but it feels like a step into an amazing time warp. First of all the space, which opened in 1973, […]

Last week to see Logan Hicks’ Bowery Wall

Just one more week to see Logan Hicks’ massive 5 layer stencil mural, “The Story of My Life,” on the Bowery Wall before its buffed out for the next artists January […]

NYE with RAE BK, All Systems Go

Our Surrealist Ball at The Roxy Hotel is totally sold out- but there’s still a ton of amazing stuff to get into tomorrow night. If I weren’t hosting my own, […]

The Original New Year’s Eve Ball

Back in 1907, metalworker Jacob Starr made the first glowing ball to be lowered from One Times Square at midnight on December 31st. Just five feet in diameter, it didn’t […]

Tenth of Always with Andy Warhol and Candy Darling

Tenth of Always (currently The Madelyn) was a happening gay afterhours restaurant in the heart of the Village, frequented by Andy Warhol and Lou Reed. The place was run by […]

Bronze Plaques of Union Square

I bet you’ve never noticed these bronze plaques on the ground surrounding Union Square before. I know, you were too busy looking at the break dancers/tourists/green market/healing art sellers, but […]

Take a cue from Dali at the 2nd Annual Surrealist Ball at the Roxy Hotel

I’m so excited to co-host the Second Annual Surrealist Ball at the Roxy Hotel. Last year was incredible (check out pics here)- and this year will be even more surreal […]

The Pulitzer Fountain

The ultimate post-mortem vanity plate to himself, Joseph Pulitzer left $50,000 for the Pulitzer Fountain, to be erected in Grand Army Plaza at the South Eastern tip of Central Park. […]

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