Every year, 5,000 New Yorkers gather in various meeting locations throughout the Big Apple anxiously awaiting the reveal of a secret location for the fanciest picnic of all – Diner En Blanc.
If you read my post last year, you know all about this seriously swanky event. But if you didn’t, just imagine 5,000 strangers gathered under the moonlight, for an all-white epic DIY picnic. That’s right, revelers are required to bring their own food, drinks, table, seats, decor and everything else needed to set up a dashing dinner al fresco. Continue reading “An Affair to Remember – Diner En Blanc 2017”→
With record breaking rental rates and groceries you’d think were made of gold because they’re so damn expensive, it’s difficult to have any money left to actually do things that take the stress away from these “adulting” necessities.
It’s 6 AM on a Wednesday morning and my annoying alarm clock goes off (it’s annoying for a reason). I roll over and jump out of bed. Now, that isn’t normally the case as I usually hit ‘snooze’ one too many times and roll back into my 39th dream, but this particular morning was a special one – it was a ‘Daybreaker’ kind of morning.
If you’re asking yourself what “a ‘Daybreaker’ kind of morning is”, you’re in for a treat. Imagine a club like environment, packed with hundreds of your fellow New Yorkers, jamming out to the latest beats. The only difference is, this kind of partying takes place between the hours of 6 – 9 AM and exercise Endorphins replace the effects of alcohol. That’s right, a completely sober party! Continue reading “Dance Like No One Is Watching – An Early Morning New York City Dance Party”→
The typical situation is celebrities behaving badly, breaking the rules and setting a bad example for the hundreds of thousands of people who follow their every move. But when the gliteratti get together for a noble cause you wonder if that could even be possible. Well, I’m here to tell you that it can. Enter, Global Citizen Festival.