new york nightlife

Tony said, "What do you need?" A few of the singers seemed nervous as they walked up to the piano and plopped down their
The uptown club scene was all the rage. New "hot" places constantly opened up. Shepherds was a very hot chic Egyptian-themed nightclub in the Drake Hotel. The Hippopotamus was very trendy for a while on the Upper Eastside as well. Once Studio 54 opened everything changed...
The celebrity boîte in the Hotel Carlyle enshrining today's only public mural art of Ludwig Bemelmans is a fitting incubator for the blossoming musical talents of multi-instrumentalist/singer Kate Davis.
Like any good business idea, or any opportunity at that, New York City is what you make of it and the people that stay there the longest are the ones who--like entrepreneurs--find their niche and prosper in it.
After moving to the States at a very young age from Sudbury, Ontario, Canada, she became the drummer in the original lineup of the Cramps. Linna was a drummer -- a chick drummer -- and this was pre-Bangles, Go-Gos, Bikini Kill, Sleater-Kinney, White Stripes. There were no chick drummers in the 1970s. People took notice. Joey Ramone, for instance.
Here's a fun game: Tell people you're a DJ. Then sit back, and watch them venture down a K-hole of astonishment, curiosity and, often times, only thinly-veiled pity.
One verse into "Vivrant Thing" and a 14-year-old white girl heckled "Bring back Ty!" before flipping her hair and dejectedly
I have an especially bone-chilling list on Twitter that I drunkenly dubbed "Nightlife Hellhole." Usually I avoid it at all costs, for "Nightlife Hellhole" is just what it sounds like - a dingy inferno of delusion, dashed dreams, desperation and despair
I'm the DJ who pees in bottles. I've let go of even finding this shameful.
Within months I dropped out of college because I felt like I had to be a part of this world. I felt so accepted. It was really
Roseland Ballroom is special to me. On November 5, 2000, something happened in that theatre that changed my life for good. Back then, I was a wild and flaming creature, tipping through the streets in six-inch stilettos, spandex, fishnets, lipstick and a few sets of false eyelashes.
Rob Fernandez knows a little something about this, as he's cultivated the New York City nightlife for two decades now. Chances are, if you like to party and appreciate house music, you've danced into the wee hours of the morning at one of his events.
Why do you think iconic New York bars such as Splash and Rawhide are closing? It seems that every few years people say New
People need a reason to follow you, so you need to give them one. Giving can and should come in many forms. Providing relevant and compelling content to any audience is key and is part of what you are offering people if they join your community by following you.
While foodies are always looking for new restaurants and art lovers flock to the latest exhibits, bar flies explore the U.S. from coast to coast in search of the best bars in the country. Here are three of the coolest bars that we've found so far.
At 1 a.m., the bar announced last call -- far earlier than the revelers had come to expect. “We have to cut it off somewhere
What better place to have a bachelorette party than in the city that never sleeps? Get ready to let your hair down and celebrate like there's no tomorrow because New York is the perfect backdrop to take a bachelorette party.
"People don't go out anymore like they use too" Noel Ashman explains. "Clubs have segregated into smaller venues where you'll have the ones for people of Fashion, The Hipsters, Celebrities and so forth."