The thing about Americans…they have it in their heads that Champagne is strictly a celebratory tipple – only dusted off for weddings, IPOs and the like.
Does poke bowl mania know no bounds? Perhaps not.
We’re suckers for any high-end home rich with history, social standing, and original moldings, but sometimes a house’s past never quite leaves its present. Since the wealthy are known to misbehave, it’s no wonder that so many mansions across America boast infamous tales, and a few restless spirits who want to retell them
Does this mean we can finally sue the LIRR, various movie theaters, and Whole Foods for the same reason? We mean, this guy gets us.
Thanks to an entire world of dating apps, getting a first date is easy. Making that first date successful, and managing to snag a second one, is the hard part. However, some very important scientific research has emerged to help you through
Not that we’re surprised or anything, but really, damn . Last night, while little sis Solange was busy wowing the Google crowd in Manhattan, Queen Bey took to the red carpet at Tidal’s massive benefit concert in Brooklyn to support her husband Jay Z, and, well, show off her killer post-twins bod.
A voice-activated disco ball, massive plates of peppers, and Solange Knowles. All were present last night at the New York launch of #MadeByGoogle, celebrating home tech by the internet juggernaut.
“I love that track 2 death,” Warren Wolfe says over text as he frantically sends through a last-minute addition to his playlist. The track, “LGBT” by Cupcakke , is an all-out banger that reflects the artist’s incredible taste and properly closes a roundup of Wolfe’s go-to songs. Across genres that span everything from ambient and grime to electronic and pop, Wolfe curated a collection of music to celebrate the release of his latest single, “Stranger,” a dance track about hook-up culture.
A genuinely international affair – with members hailing from Vienna, Stockholm and NYC – the now Brooklyn based Folding Legs have made some of the most striking sounds of these last few years. To wit, 2013’s mysterious “Double Time,” which sounded a lot like some brilliant, lost 4AD band. Their new EP, which is sadly also their last (thus the title, The End ), is out this Friday – and BlackBook has the privilege of premiering “Slaughterhouse,” its most affective track.
Halloween is just around the corner, so it’s time to stock up on drinks that bring out your inner ghoul.
Richard Boch moved to Greenwich Village in 1976 and became the keeper of an entryway to New York nightlife. Centered at 77 White Street, The Mudd Club was the heartbeat of a New York past, all encapsulated in Boch’s new book
In a cruel twist of fate, Tiffany Trump turned 24 last week on Friday the 13th, but the social scene savvy First Daughter did not let superstition ruin her celebration. The law school student departed DC for the weekend in order to party with her crew in New York, feting her big day at Urbani Truffles on the Upper West Side. While dad and older siblings Ivanka and Eric were nowhere to be found, Tiff was joined by mother Marla Maples and Donald Trump Jr., along with her posse of rich kids including Andrew Warren (duh), Peter Brant Jr., Julia Moshy, and Alex Assouline.
Growing up an “Eloise of the Waldorf,” alongside sister Paris, and carrying the name of a hotel chain empire, Nicky Hilton has always been an A-lister. Yet one slightly underdeveloped, all things considered. With the inherent makings of a social force, she has all too often, and seemingly all too happily, taken the back seat.
Harvey Weinstein appears to be embroiled in every corner of the entertainment industry: Page Six now reports that Lana Del Rey’s “Cola” is about the disgraced film executive.
Quick fixes and magic pills are just that — they don’t produce long-lasting results that will impact your health and life in the long-term. It’s tempting to assume specific products can get you what you want, be it a slim figure, better sleep, or a clearer mental state.
For a select group of Upper East Side art patrons and gala girls, the seasonal social calendar revolves around one particularly glamorous New York institution: The Frick Collection. Last night, the masterpiece-filled mansion played host to its annual Autumn Dinner, a stunning event that marks the start of the fall fundraising season and allows for the rare opportunity to dine in the museum’s iconic picture galleries.
Not a fan of all pumpkin spice everything? While there are plenty of autumn-y sips you can custom order off the Starbucks “secret menu,” the global coffee chain has now come out with a seriously spooky seasonal treat that, well, sucks the life out of a basic #PSL
On Thursday evening, Los Angeles philanthropists and social scenesters gathered at The Beverly Hilton for a night in support of CoachArt, a brilliant nonprofit that provides free lessons in art and athletics to children battling chronic illness. The 2017 CoachArt Gala Of Champions was full of music, fun, and inspiring stories, featuring performances by some of the recipients of CoachArt’s uplifting services. The event raised over $850,000 for the organization and honored Ted Chervin and Chris Silbermann with the 2017 BET Networks / Viacom Inc
When you just know that that perfectly plump, beautifully colored pumpkin perched on the steps of that brownstone cost more than you spend on your haircut. Motherfucking rich people…