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Vanity Fair Celebrates the 13th Annual TriBeca Film Festival

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Thursday, 4/24/2014 9:56 PM
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It’s not too often you can say a slew of stars enjoyed themselves in a courthouse, but that’s what happened Wednesday night among the iconic pillars of New York State Supreme Court for Vanity Fair Celebrates the 13th Annual TriBeca Film Festival. Hosted by TriBeca Film Festival Co-Founder Robert De Niro, Vanity Fair editor Graydon Carter and Ronald Perelman, many of today’s hottest young starlettes, legends and moguls schmoozed the night away with Mayor Bill De Blasio in honor of New York’s most celebrated film festival.

Although ascending the stairs in the most graceful fashion (and fashions), everyone battled the chilly winds in keeping both warm and their hair in place for Mr. McMullan’s must-have arrival shots. With that, guests made the wise decision of nestling inside the courthouse, which imbued a playfully jovial spirit into the annual affair.

The much adored – and very much missed on the silver screen ... Read More


Kevin Spacey Museum of The Moving Image

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Monday, 4/14/2014 4:13 PM
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“You’ve been making us laugh, making us cry, and, at times, terrifying the sh--… ever living daylights out of us,” opened Carl Goodman, Museum of The Moving Image Executive Director, on the career of their 28th annual salutee, Kevin Spacey; setting the tone for a colorful evening uptown for Museum of The Moving Image Salutes Kevin Spacey.

A multitude of Mr. Spacey’s friends, peers and past co-stars came out to the decadent 583 Park Ave, praising him in as wide a range as his acting talents.

To Samuel L Jackson, “[Spacey’s] career stands alongside Bogart, Cagney and a young Brando.” To Chazz Palmintari, “it’s impossible to turn away when he’s on screen.” To Beau Willimon, House of Cards creator, he’s, “a moving force of nature…”. And to President Bill Clinton (whom wrote a letter read by Co-Chair Ivan Lustig), he’s “cherished for his friendship, kindness and generosity.” But with all the kind ... Read More


The ACE Committee Soiree - April 10th

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Wednesday, 4/9/2014 5:19 PM
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Holly Peterson Book Party

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Sunday, 4/6/2014 11:25 PM
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Among a wealth of writers, influencers, family and friends, Holly Peterson, Author of New York Times Bestseller The Manny, and her father, Pete Peterson, presented her latest novel, The Idea of Him, at the storied Four Seasons Hotel.

“It was a three year battle with publishers, agents and manuscript rewrites,” said Ms. Peterson, looking as radiant as ever, to her guests of getting The Idea of Him off the ground, “But I knew what I wanted to tell, and with your help, I worked on it until it was right.”

“And I want to apologize to my father,” continued Ms. Peterson, “if I was a major pain in the ass while getting this done.” Mr. Peterson, sitting at her side in admiration, then called for the mic, sharing their loving banter, “Calling yourself a major pain in the ass is an understatement.”

Ms. Peterson carried on to directly thank the many ... Read More


Guggenheim Works & Process

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Thursday, 4/3/2014 8:52 PM
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With delightful excerpts from two recent pieces and a 20ft. tall, awe inspiring balloon installation, New York’s culture elite decorated the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum in celebration for the 30th Anniversary Gala for Works & Process. A cultural touchstone since 1984, pioneer of the arts, Mary Sharp Cronson, has built her Works & Process series into one of the leading programs that provide access to internationally renowned performance artists, writers, choreographers, composers, scientists and directors.

The evening invited the elite crowd into the Peter B. Lewis Theater, treating them to not only a retrospective film of the last 30 years – colorfully narrated by Mary Sharp Cronson – but to two wonderful performances from recent seasons.

After remarks from both Solomon R. Guggenheim Foundation and Museum Director, Richard Armstrong, 30th Anniversary Chair, Caroline Cronson, introduced Bach Interpreted (2014), a beautifully graceful dance choreographed by Emery LeCrone to J.S. Bach’s Partita No. ... Read More


New York Observer New Look Party

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Thursday, 4/3/2014 8:45 PM
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The New York Observer has new clothes, and last night, let America’s most visible faces see their sharp, new style; bringing together a deep collection of media magnets to midtown’s lavish Casa Lever for The New York Observer’s New Look Hosted by Jared Kushner and Joseph Meyer. Yes, the pink pages are no more for the New York hallmark, moving over to a more traditional, magazine style look, and thereby bringing it to, as expressed by publisher Jared Kushner, “What a New York paper should be in the 21st century".

The whitewash of flashes started promptly at 7pm, with elite after elite pouring in to get a glimpse at the contemporary makeover, still hot off the presses from its first issuance on March 19th. This new Observer couldn’t have been paired better with the modernly sophisticated Milanese restaurant, Casa Lever. And sophistication always brings out the sophisticated.

Martha Stewart popped in early, ... Read More


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