Jane Rosenthal, the founder of the Tribeca Film Festival, shares her favorite neighborhood haunts
Once upon a time, Tribeca—the Manhattan neighborhood whose namesake film festival kicks off April 17—wasn't as tony as it is today.
"I became acquainted with Tribeca probably 25 years ago," Jane Rosenthal, co-founder of the Tribeca Film Festival and the More
Everything you need to know about the European exercise craze that promises a stellar 45-minute workout
The idea of aqua spinning, alone, raises many questions: What does one wear to class? What is the temperature of the water? Do you sweat heavily? Is that sanitary? And these are all fair concerns about a workout routine that, ... More
New York City's most caring (and stylish) citizens attended the ASPCA's gala on Thursday evening
ASPCA's 16th annual Bergh Ball, which was held at the Plaza Hotel, attracted some of the organization's most passionate supporters – and even transformed the city skyline to a bright orange hue.
Mayor Michael Bloomberg arrived arm-in-arm with his daughter, noted equestrienne and author ... More
Elle Magazine honored Martha Wainwright, Rita Ora and Kelly Rowland's talent - and style - with a hot pink party
Honoring both female artists who grace the covers of tabloids nationwide, like Taylor Swift and Miranda Lambert, and industry newcomers, such as HAIM, Jessie Ware and Angel Haze, Elle magazine's fourth annual Women in Music issue serves to ... More
Lorenzo Martone takes us on his daily ride, hour by hour, on one of his new stylish bikes
When man-about-town Lorenzo Martone cycles around New York City, everyone stops and stares. But it's not just because he's tall, dark and handsome. The Brazilian-born luxury brand consultant recently launched Martone Cycling Company — "fashion bikes" that ... More
What happens when Broadway stars join forces with the world's leading scientists and renowned chefs? See here.
Combining food and science adds up to a winning formula for the mind and senses, as we saw at the World Science Festival Gala on Monday, where some of the brightest minds in science, theater and culinary arts gathered to pay tribute to James D. Watson. The gala, ... More
Andrew Carmellini's restaurants are already among the most buzzed-about in town. But for his next project—an as-yet-unnamed French spot at Lafayette and Great Jones streets—Carmellini, of Locanda Verde and The Dutch, isn't worried about staying on trend.
"The cool kids aren't opening French ... More
Dancing, dining and nudity – all in the name of art, of course.
New York gallerygoers, on-the-cusp artists and fashion notables flooded Chelsea's Center 548 on Monday for a night of performances—both musical and non—and art auctions to benefit Ballroom Marfa, the highly-esteemed nonprofit space for contemporary art, film and music based in Marfa, Texas. Over 40 artists, including More
Natalia Vodianova, Robin Roberts and more were honored at the fourth annual DVF awards in New York City
“I have never met a woman that is not strong,” Diane von Furstenberg told the audience of the fourth annual DVF awards at the United Nations on Friday night, “they don’t exist.” And looking around the room at the women who were recognized (Robin Roberts, Natalia ... More
See the beautiful faces that turned out on Thursday night to raise funds for the New York City-based non-profit.
Designer Reed Krakoff, financier/writer Alexandra Lebenthal, and Carolina Gonzalez-Bunster, co-founder of the Walkabout Foundation, were the honorees at the Henry Street Settlement's annual dinner dance and auction, which took place on Thursday, April 4th. The non-profit serves New Yorkers by providing innovative ... More