The Bravo godfather dished on how he gets his summer bod
If you were witness to as many thrown drinks as Andy Cohen, you would have a water-resistant smartphone, too – like the one he was touting last night at Samsung’s Made for Summer party for the Galaxy S8, which boasts a panoramic waterproof screen. “I’ve had mine for a ... More
The world's best restaurant will be popping up all summer
This past Saturday, Hamptonites rejoiced in the unveiling of EMP Summer House, a spinoff of Eleven Madison Park in New York City. Spearheaded by OG EMP chef Daniel Humm, the pop-up is designed to be a fun-filled, beachy placeholder while the original undergoes a facelift.
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Mark Birnbaum celebrated his 40th birthday with dinner at Catch followed by a star-studded bash at Tenjune where Fetty Wap and The Chainsmokers performed, presented by Absolut Elyx, Ace of Spades and Codigo Tequila
With jokes supplied by Amy Schumer, the benefit raised nearly $400,000
As one of Hollywood’s emerging philanthropic power couples, Seth Rogen and Lauren Miller Rogen took on Alzheimer’s disease with the third annual Hilarity for Charity New York City Variety Show last night, wherein a coterie of comedy peers showed up to wow the crowd at New York’s Webster Hall.
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The future cultural institution is slated for completion in 2019
At a sneak preview of The Shed, a 200,000-square-foot arts space currently being built at Hudson Yards, hard hats and reflective vests were the accessories of choice. While the $420 million complex has come a long way since its inception in 2005, when Michael Bloomberg rezoned the far West ... More
The major contribution to Los Angeles’s art scene celebrates completion
On Saturday, L.A.’s just-completed Marciano Art Foundation had its first major unveiling with a party heralding the museum’s official opening on May 25th. Founded and entirely funded by Guess co-founders Paul and Maurice Marciano, the museum is housed in a Koreatown manor once occupied by the Scottish Rite Masonic Temple.
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At global financial services firm BTIG’s annual Commissions for Charity Day—where big names act as guest traders—President Bill Clinton, Alex Rodriguez, Shaquille O'Neal, Mark Cuban and more showed up to raise over $4 million to be donated to various ...