Today’s NY Times reported on the actress Charlene deGuzman’s viral hit on YouTube that’s already been viewed about 18 million times. So for everyone sitting in silence this long weekend with their closest friends playing Candy Crush, logging into FB or sex apps, seems there’s always a jackass too busy to savor the moment.
For the electronic music crowd, Electric Zoo has become a big draw for strong talent and mixed audiences. Today was supposed to be day three of the party on Randall’s Island, with big names like Armin Van Buuren, Diplo, Fedde Le Grand, Steve Aoki and Victor Calderone to keep the high going, but after 2 people overdosed, the mayor’s office shut it down. You’ll have to settle instead for the after-parties tonight at Roseland, Pacha and Output in BK. Death ruins everything, huh?
Since everyone’s getting fat at Smorgasburg, you won’t have to worry about long lines at the Brooklyn Flea where there are still plenty of hotspot food options and lots of sometimes crafty clothing options, vintage furniture and random 80′s action figures you don’t need.
Can only imagine a few things worse than being outside yesterday afternoon in the sticky summer heat, but that tight crowd at MoMa PS1′s second-last Saturday Warm Up party seems even worse than the subway platform wait to get there.
All week long, Lincoln Center’s picture-perfect facade hosts the Metropolitan Opera’s most popular Live in HD presentations, like last night’s The Tempest or tonight’s Otello. The free Summer HD Festival runs every night at 8pm until Monday September 2nd. And of course, BYOB.
Mixing vintage inspired eyewear with economic manufacturing makes Warby Parker a big draw for anyone looking for the boutique eyewear experience for less than $300 a pop. And the new SoHo location stocks enough for every taste, with prices starting at $95.