Where will you be on Saturday? That’s easy—Zeppelin Hall’s 1st Annual Ugly Sweater Christmas Party. And why will you be there? Because there is nothing you love more than partying in a sea full of ugly Christmas sweaters, battling it out for a shot at $500.
This Saturday night, the largest biergarten in the metropolitan area is challenging you to a sweater-off, an ugly Christmas sweater-off to be precise. So ravage your grandmother’s closet, head to the nearest thrift store, or swing by any hipster outpost—whatever you need to do to get your hands on the that reindeer gold. And those not keen on dressing up will have a chance to enjoy the fun by playing guest judge. It really is a party for all, and for all a great night.
So there you are, standing in the living room of your apartment thinking to yourself: I’ve finally made it. You got the living space, you've landed a decent job, and you’ve made a few friends with whom you can party with on Friday night.
Corinne Fisher : one half of the Guys We F*cked, The Anti Slut-Shaming podcast, dedicated stand-up comedian, writer and actor. She first hit the scene in 2010 with the debut of her one-woman show, Corinne Fisher: I STALK YOU. Since then, she's spent time on NYC's stand up scene at UCB, Broadway Comedy Club, Caroline's, Gotham, and Stand Up NY. Reflecting on her humble beginnings, Corinne noted, "Comedy has always been a part of my life in different ways. My family is just really funny. I went to film school with this idea of becoming the next Christopher Guest, I made a bunch of mockumentaries and stuff. I had a nice life till I moved to New York City and it completely fell apart. I started taking a class at UCB. Did that whole improv thing and realized I'm sort of introverted. Someone came up to me after a show asked me if I ever tried stand-up comedy. I was like, no, I love stand-up but I don't think that's my thing. But, I did it once, fell in love, and basically quit everything because I wanted to concentrate on becoming as good as I possibly could."
Move over “zombie apocalypse,” a new end-of-the-world sexy party theme has emerged: “I Feel... Sin City.” Roee & Yael Carmel, the producers behind I Feel community events are throwing a risqué, eight hour-long adventure with music, art installations, unique dancing cages, and plenty of kinky costumes.
Sounds from Naveen G, Holosound, REsy, and Pony will be playing while striking visuals from Levitation Theory, Ocular Delight, and Lv Fre are displayed.
Welcoming, vibrant, and care free - these are just a few words to describe the final Libation party of 2014 this past Thursday. The DJ spins a beat, just shy of midnight, that seems to summon the inner gods of soul. Everyone is in tune with the music, even the non-dancers of the crowd. Not one person in the building is stagnant as the speakers pump and the colors in the room spin creating a translucent underworld where everyone has come to gather for one final gathering of the year. The occasion? Standing powerfully at 5'6 in black pants and a chic grey pullover, his presence is alluring as many greet him with warm hugs and kind words. It's an obvious celebration for recording artist Manchildblack.
On Tuesday, January 6th at 8pm, Broadway’s smash hit and Tony award winning show Once will bid adieu with a goodbye concert at the Highline Ballroom. Enjoy performances from Once cast members Paul Alexander Nolan and Jessie Fisher, as well as Understudy to the lead Ben Hope, who will perform with his band, The Uptown Outfit. Ben has won the Kennedy Center award for “Most Promising Career” and his band’s forthcoming album, Ragged and Rowdy, is due out in February of 2015. You can listen to the latest single "Collen" here.
Hailing from Kansas City, Missouri, we bring you brilliant comedian Justin Williams. Williams realizes he would not be where he is today if it were not for his parents divorce, “In an odd way, I'm happy I experienced being broke, going to inner city schools, going to suburban schools. It's made me more well rounded. I wouldn't suggest having your parents go through a nasty divorce, but I had a good Mom and extended family, so it wasn't a disaster for my brother and I.” Due to his parent’s rough divorce, Williams was forced into attending a number of different schools, and this is where Williams found his comedic voice. Williams became an expert comedian by realizing being funny was his way “in” with the cool kids.
This Friday, December 12th, Guy Gerber returns to Marquee New York to assert the dominance of his residency above all other performances that have come and gone through the legendary New York City venue. In the midst of an event calendar that has included the likes of Skrillex and David Guetta, and will feature appearances by R3hab and Dada Life before year's end, Guy Gerber's slated performance at Marquee New York this weekend will be far more of a fully-immersive and intense affair than even his own previous residency nights.
Gansevoort Park Ave (420 Park Ave. S)-- This luxurious rooftop is perfect for viewing the illustrious New York skyline.The rooftop pool is one the bar’s signature unique expenditures. Indulge in lavish, organic cocktails in collaboration with Juice Press. The lavish rooftop lounge is fit for royalty and any A-list guest. The overflow of leather hints at the quality of the bar, and the well-made drinks merely complete a premium evening atop one New York’s best lounges.
From the Midwestern state of Ohio, to the busy city of New York, Charles McBee has made a name for himself across the US. The comedian is a jack of all trades, mastering the art of stand-up comedy, film making, and acting. How does one complete such a task? Chuck McBee chatted with us about his endeavors, plans, and intricate skill set as well as some other random tidbits.
Charles is the creator and an actor in his own show entitled It’s a Chucked Up Life. “The idea behind Its a Chucked up Life is to tell a story about a stand-up comedian who thinks he has life all figured out only to find out he's way in over his head. It’s a small take on my actual life, only in the show I get to decide the ending.” The series chronicles the comedian throughout his less than lavish life, while allowing his audience to laugh at his comical occurrences.