Wednesday, April 6, 2011

Love for Brooklyn, Don Hill and DJs

Nightlife News for April 7, 2011
Compiled by Gamal Hennessy

Prince of the City
Show Some Love
Anyone with two iPods and a gimmick can claim to be a DJ these days. But if you want to tell the artists from the pretenders, consider three things the next time you go out…

New Venues
Paramount Bar
Another cocktail lounge follows Lambs Club into the bright lights of Times Square.

Pier Garden
The scene of the summer Water Taxi parties is allegedly being replaced with a waterfront beer garden…

The Art of Clubbing
The New York Museum of Art and Design has a new program that presents nightlife as a form of art. 

Conde Nast names Brooklyn one of the best places in the world to see. A big part of this rave review is the recognition of the growing nightlife scene across the river.

The event site Going will be gone by May 1.

A new service from David Rabin brings the Priceline and Lending Tree business model to nightlife.

Don Hill
The nightlife world paused to mourn the loss of a long time operator who passed away last week.

No comments: