There's already an innate sex appeal to hotels. In New York City, some of the best nightclubs in the world are encased in the most elegant and ornate hotels, offering a unique glimpse into the nightlife culture. Check out our top three picks for hotel nightclubs!
Atlanta, Georgia born and New York City bound. Micah Jesse knew from a young age where he wanted to be in the celebrity industry and now he's got the celebrity friends to prove it.
Micah Jesse is a name known in New York for his enthusiastic personality and his drive to find out the latest gossip. So how does one get to where he is today? Joonbug asked and Jesse answered. "I've always wanted to partake in the celebrity world, since as long as I can remember. But I wanted to create a website when I realized that I had a very unique voice and unprecedented access to some of the hottest celebrity events." Low and behold, MicahJesse.com was born.
Jay-Z and Eminem will be performing at Yankee Stadium. But, don't feel like you have to go all the way up to the Bronx to make a vain attempt to get into the stadium. Santos Party House will be hosting an afterparty for both artists following the game. New York's hottest DJs will be spinning when the doors open at 11:00.
These are the top 5 places you need to make sure you're at on Fashion's Night out, this Friday September 10, 2010.
650 5th Avenue
New York, NY 10019
Decorate cupcakes with the Editors of Teen Vogue and hear the sounds of indie rock band Metric at the flagship store on Fifth Avenue.
Perhaps this past week in nightlife has given us yet another clue as to what our industry does when something goes terribly wrong. I reported earlier in the week on the death of 17 year old Nicole Johns, daughter of an American ambassador, child socialite. As the trail leading up to her death from the 25th floor of a skyscraper in Herald Square led us through her footsteps back to the velvet rope at Tenjune, the city and the blogging world began to buzz about who let her in, who let her drink, who gave her her fake, and who, just who in the world could get this child so drunk in New York City.
Hollywood loves a reason to party and they do it like no other. The 2010 Emmys aired this past Sunday and the night was star filled as the celebs took to the streets, exercising their right to celebrate. As usual, Joonbug knows who was where and what they were up to. Who was caught canoodling, who got shut down? Read it all here:
Tom Hanks, Kathy Griffin Alexander Skarsgard, Larry David, Ricky Gervais, and Jenny McCarthy flocked to the Pacific Design Center to mix, mingle and be merry. Lauren Graham and ex boyfriend Matthew Perry canoodled at the bar. Wonder if a rekindle is aflame. Emmanuelle Chriqui got a half hour worth of chit chat with Glee's Matthew Morrison before he bailed to talk to someone better. Don't know what he was thinking. Or maybe we do.
If you loathe the thought of waiting for hours on end in the frigid smog of Times Square to watch an electrified disco-ball drop for only a matter seconds while sandwiched between rankly odiferous tourists, overly considerate pickpockets, and gun-toting CD peddling street merchants, then you might want to consider simply watching the festivities from your television set like all the native New Yorkers. However, if you wish to avoid the overcrowded Times Square media circus and still wish to join in the celebration, try the extensive NewYearsEveCentral.com database, one of these New Year’s Eve events for a night of hedonistic debauchery: