Spring Into Action at The Attic Rooftop & Lounge

Party for a cause with paws as you indulge in excellently concocted drinks and several exciting unveilings from a rooftop vantage point on Wednesday April 15th from 6pm to 11pm at The Attic Rooftop & Lounge. The Spring Into Action event may be the debut of BWI Magazine but it's also a philanthropically legit excuse to celebrate for charity. Benefiting Animal Aid USA, the blend of exquisite cocktails and your charitable donations will allow you to leave feeling a little bit better for more reasons than one.

Kicking off the sunny season in philanthropic prerogative alongside sponsors such as Star Vodka, Eurocycle, Ivon Reyes Couture and Manhattan Motor Cars, there should be no shortage of luxurious amenities at this upscale humanitarian affair. Take advantage of the opportunity to party and do you philanthropic part at the same time by snagging tickets to the coveted event here.

What: Spring Into Action @ The Attic Rooftop & Lounge

When: Wednesday, April 15th, 6pm

Where: 251 West 48th St. NYC

Fight Night: Mayweather vs. Pacquiano at The Royal

Get ready to rumble at The Royal on Saturday, May 2nd for one of most highly anticipated fights in history. If you can't blood, tears and adrenaline-fueled action of Mayweather vs Pacquiao in person, this event is the next best thing. Featuring over 40 HD screens and cutting-edge sound capabilities, Fight Night at The Royal will keep you in the midst of ring-side revelry.

Don't miss a single tap out, knockout or suspenseful moment of this action-packed occasion. Whoever you are placing bets on, you'll never be short on beer, delicious bar food or fellow Fight Night buffs at The Royal, one of Manhattan's most preeminent sports bars. For more information on this elite venue or this event in particular, click here.

What: Mayweather vs. Pacquiano at The Royal

When: Saturday, May 2nd

Where: The Royal, 127 4th Ave, NYC

4th Annual Fashion For Charity Gala

Humanitarianism goes haute on April 14th at the Fashion For Charity Gala. Hosted by super model, actor, star Tyson Beckford, this fundraiser in the cloak of fashion features affluent attendees and participants for an inspiring and imperative cause. This affair will benefit the City Girl Beauty Project, which aids in the rehabilitation of young women that have survived human trafficking and domestic violence. The exclusive evening features food, entertainment, art, fashion, a star-studded setting, and an undeniably appealing agenda that fuses fashion and feminine empowerment.

The 4th Annual Fashion For Charity Gala provides a platform to share stories and provide support through the medium of spring style. The event is not limited to models and members of the press alone as it features guests like Miss USA 2014 Nia Sanchez, celebrity artist Peace Simon and, hopefully, you. Join in a glamorous celebration for a good cause: get tickets and more information on this cutting-edge gala here.

What: 4th Annual Fashion For Charity Gala

When: Tuesday, March 14th at 7pm

Where: DiMenna Center, 450 W 37th St, NYC

Weekend Pick: Friday Night Burlesque with Calamity Chang

Like a scene from Mad Men, classic sex appeal and vintage ambiance presented by Friday Night Burlesque with Calamity Chang will take you back in time to Manhattan nights from an era gone but not forgotten. Each and every Friday night at Hotel Chantelle, these femme fatales take to the stage as they bring you some of the best burlesque the city has to offer.

Talented and scantily clad, the ladies of Friday Night Burlesque never cease to deliver tasteful temptation at this weekly soiree. Featuring headliner, Calamity Chang, this performance is not to be missed. Indulge in divine cocktails as these beautiful performers of the night showcase the art of burlesque at Room 69. Click here for more information on this uniquely enticing event.

What: Friday Night Burlesque with Calamity Chang

When: Friday, April 3rd at 8pm

Where: 92 Ludlow St, NYC

WHAT TO DO April Fools Day Parade
An Incomprehensive Guide to April Fools Day

As if your astronomical rent wasn't enough of a joke, April Fools Day is almost upon us yet again. Like many New Yorkers, you may pride yourself on your apathetic edge and chic distain of all foolery but we strongly encourage you to let go and immerse yourself in fanfare and fiction for one day in the name of April Fools. Below are some fun things to do so you can have the last laugh this April Fool's.

1. April Fools Day Parade 5th Ave and 59th St

Get into the holiday spirit by taking part in this outlandish affair, full of pop-culture references and poking fun. Apparently, this parade will be led by none other than Mayor Bill DeBlasio in distasteful decorum. Although his appearance is certainly expected to turn heads, the shock value does not end there. Featuring a plethora of famous figures, from Beyonce to Ebola to President Obama, this star-studded satire will parade a year's worth of insanity through the streets/our most outlandish fantasies. Full of tongue-in-cheek humor and risque references, this couterfeit affair is riddled with laughs for high-brown humorists and those who enjoy hillarious one-liners alike. Have you been looking forward to attending this event all year long or considering checking it out for the very first time? We sure hope so because the 30th annual April Fools Day Parade is our favorite April Fools joke of 2015.

Weekend Pick: Lifestyle Thursdays at Haus

Make Haus your home for indulgence as you gallivant beneath their trademark chandelier at this provocative weekly party. Setting the mood at this Haus-party, DJ Sussone and DJ Spade will be your cordial hosts as they cranks out some of the best beats in the city. Boasting brilliantly concocted drinks, tiered dance floors and stellar soundtracks, Haus's Lifestyle Thursdays party will immerse yourself in the nightlife you've always dreamed of.

Going up on a Tuesday is overrated: Thursday is the trendiest weeknight for debauchery, and you can do it up in good company at Haus. It looks like you'll be starting your weekend early with doors opening at 11:00 pm on Thursday night. After a long work week, you deserve to feel right at home at Haus.

Spreadhouse Coffee: Java Of All Trades

Customize-able LED lighting, reclaimed wood, South Asian-esque textiles, and a roomy open space infused with the fragrance of fresh coffee: this is scene of Spreadhouse Coffee, the new LES coffeehouse with a seriously relaxing and stylish vibe. Thanks to owners Peter Richardson and Greg Minasian, you now have the perfectly unique coffee/work/chill spot in the heart of Lower East Side.

Considering the words "quality" and "community", it's no surprise that monster corporate franchises like Starbucks aren't exactly what come to mind. Featuring an essence that is fully localized, Spreadhouse Coffee takes pride in its character as being the anti-Starbucks. The space doubles as the office of a video production company - also ran by Richardson and Minasian under the Spreadhouse moniker - that's housed in the small "shack" in the back.

Weekend Pick: Paris & Simo at Stage 48

Ready for another dose of Paris & Simo? Yearning to feel that same buzz you felt from their show at Lavo Nightclub last month? Then hit Stage 48 this Friday as the two return to NYC to rock the party, following a new dance single, 'Not Alone,' feat. Mako, released today.

Though fairly new to the electro-dance music scene, their gargantuan sound, backed by heavy basslines heard throughout the the DJ duo's solid catalogue, suggests that P&S are no novices when it comes down to creating excellent music.

Party Like It's 1999 at The Bell House

The nineties is an era gone but certainly not forgotten. Take a much-needed trip down grungy memory lane at the Party Like It's 1999 event at The Bell House, where you'll raise a glass to the good times as you reminesce under neon lights and tracks from classics like TLC.

Throwback revelry is no longer limited to Thursday because they are making a major comeback each and every month in the heart of Brooklyn. The time machine doors open 9:30 and the party officially kicks off at 10:00. Dressing in your dated best is an absolute must for this event, which should be no probles as ironic tees, chokers and distressed denim are back and in a big way.

WHERE TO PARTY Standings Bar
Where to Get Your March Madness On in NYC

Got that March Madness? Well even if you can't make it to the tournament, there are still plenty of bars and restaurants in the city that'll help satisfy your March Madness cravings. From cold beer to champagne, we are bringing together the best of the best for all types of sports enthusiasts.

Standings Bar 43 E 7th St

Best known for their mega-pitchers and free pizza, Standings Bar prides itself on its simplistic approach to sport debauchery, making it an ideal destination if you're in the market for divey scene. This bar frequently entertains jam-packed parties so you can bask in the rowdiness excitement of cheering on your fave team with a full house of other enthusiastic fans. Standings will be hosting their annual "March Madness Pizza Gorging Parties" on Thursday, March 19th and Friday, March 20th with pizza arriving at 1:00 and numerous TVs to catch the games on.

Weekend Pick: Fedde Le Grand at Pacha NYC

Don’t get it twisted, Fedde Le Grand may be Dutch, but he’s best known for his 2006 single “Put Your Hands Up 4 Detroit.” A true House devotee, Fedde le Grand spends his time crisscrossing the globe, destroying nervous systems wherever he goes with his raucous, high-energy tunes.

This Saturday night, the in-demand DJ makes his way to our fair city with his headlining appearance at Pacha NYC, otherwise known as the International House of Party (otherwise known as IHOP the Turnt). Tickets are just $10 before 12 AM if you get on the guest list, but if you’d rather die than turn up early, don’t sweat it, there are a variety of other ticket options available via Pacha's website. Lucky you.

WHAT: Fedde Le Grand at Pacha NYC

WHEN: Saturday, March 21st, 11pm

WHERE: Pacha NYC - 618 W. 46th Street