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Every now and then, Refinery29.com mines a story from the news wires so bizarre, they have to share it, and then well, it’s just so freaking weird, it’s worth repeating—if only to make several "eggs-traordinary” puns. "Our hearts are broken—or scrambled, really—after reading this unfortunate news.
Here’s a chanteuse to add to your radar: Mimi Goese. Her vocals have been featured by Moby and Rolling Stone magazine has described her performance style as an "eloquent sonic ballet.” Tonight she and collaborator Ben Neill will showcase their "Songs for Persephone” in at the Cooper Square Hotel Penthouse
Now a visit to the Intrepid must be somewhere on your lofty list of New York sights to see eventually—maybe number 333? Sure this iconic sea, air, and space museum might not be on your immediate to-do list, but a free, public concert this Thursday might just change that. In one of those mysterious
This past weekend brought big news for David Chang fanatics as the culinary maverick expanded his empire above 14th Street. "Glory, glory, hallelujah, this is the moment the Upper West Side has been waiting for: the Columbus Avenue location of Chang and Christina Tosi’s Momofuku Milk Bar is now open,”
Has it been another manic, manic New York Monday? Decompress with Mogwai playing an early show at Webster Hall that’s perfectly scheduled for a school night. The band’s lyric-less, cinematic soundscapes are ones you can lose yourself in and forget everything that happened before 6:30 p.m. today. In
Speaking of words, here’s a buzzy one that seems to have gone out of vogue for reasons unknown, "multiculti.” Seriously, when was the last time you heard anyone use that expression which was everywhere circa 2005? However, here’s a great reason to pull this passé term out of retirement for one last
Is midtown really trying to compete with downtown for hipster speakeasy status? Last week the Thursday Styles observed, "The saturation point for speakeasies was breached several years ago, but they continue to sprout up behind taco stands, coffee shops and beauty salons. The latest is JBird, a hidden
Nobel Prize-winning poet Seamus Heaney opens the 73rd season of the Poetry Center at the 92Y uptown. He’ll read from his new collection of poems, "Human Chain,” which, according to the Guardian’s review, "muses upon heredity and absent friends with restraint and rich imagery.” One of the few modern
The latest chapter in the wild and wacky life of Hamish Bowles? Going undercover as an aspiring singer during an open-call audition for Simon Cowell’s new TV competition, "X Factor” in Newark, New Jersey, of all places. Since embarking on a series he’s dubbed "Vogue hazing,” he’s gone one-on-one on
The rumors that Chelsea Handler’s beau will be taking over The Cooper Square Hotel appears to be confirmed: "Dressed (slightly) down for the rec room at 200 E. 5th St. in black slacks and a white button down, hotelier Andre Balazs asked the members of Community Board 3 to transfer over The Cooper
Fortunately, the rainy weather should be clearing up just in time for the DUMBO Arts Festival kicking off tonight at 6 p.m., where else than Down Under the Manhattan Bridge Overpass? In the late ’70s, the neighborhood earned its DUMBO acronym from resident artists, who unlike real-estate developers
As of 5:05 a.m. this morning, it’s official, fall is here and we don’t need a groundhog to tell us that outdoor festival season is winding down and the city’s beloved summer stages will be returning to their winter homes somewhere warmer. Catch a last glimmer of outdoor revelry tonight with the finale