We’re so used to tight suits, manicured skits, and cookie cutter questions when it comes to talk shows; that the audacity to be real is practically a physical assault to the senses.
This past week, The Marlborough Contemporary has welcomed a Red Grooms collection, curated by Dan Nadel, pulling in works from 1955 to 2018.
I can’t help but think that when a tattoo artist invites you for a session, they are in a way inviting you into their home.
The US Open is a time when the world stops to appreciate professional sportsmanship in the heart of Queens.
Even with the preparation of being told that my evening at Sushi Roxx was going to include a show, I wasn’t ready for the intensely fun atmosphere that would fill the restaurant for the entirety of the night. The music was pumping, and the lights glaring well before we even stepped through the thick drapes that hid what can be more accurately described as a club than a restaurant.
Cream cheese has been an important part of the New York City food scene for an imaginable amount of time. The spread has undeniably played a role in the rise of the city’s bagel empire.
John Singleton’s Snowfall is setting on an ambitious course to find itself in the same waters as The Wire.
Last week Edge Shaving Gel threw together a fun night of bowling, good food and drink over at Bowlmor Lanes. The objective was to create a warm atmosphere where people genuinely mingled, let their guards down, and got loose with some bowling. Also present was the option to get a classic hot towel, old school barber chair, straight edge shave. That gave a chance for Edge to showcase the quality of their shave gel as well as get a lot of the guests looking fresh.
It was cool to see everyone get along so well, and let themselves just be goofy and have fun bowling. Edge did a great job facilitating an intimate environment that felt incredibly left field of corporate in the best way. To further the theme of date preparation, edge also had a dating advice guru who spent time getting guests to open up about relationship insecurities. It was an interesting choice, but ended up being a success as it furthered the very intimate atmosphere. The night felt less like a corporate party and more of a friendly outing. It hit the mark of a group date night
Big Boi stopped by Electric Lady Studios to share half of his upcoming album Boomiverse.