Jeff Timmons of 98 Degrees will be hosting & performing all night at Club Amazura for the 90’s Jukebox with Jeff Timmons of 98° & friends on July 2nd. The evenings event is presented by Certified Records & Entertainment Worldwide LLC. Special guest performances by Tjuan Benafactor, Lily Rayne, Messy Tye & more. We will have live karaoke contest running all night with tons of different prizes so be sure to bring your best karaoke voice out. Johnny Bananas from MTVs Real World & The Challenge will be in the building helping judge the karaoke competition all night. Super model & MTV Wild N Out co-star Vivian Kindle will be in the building doing a model search and she will be giving atleast 1 modeling contract at Club Amazura on July 2nd.
Come early, Stay late and have a blast with me Jeff Timmons of 98 degrees.
Tickets are on sale now, get your tickets online today & save!
25.00 general admission presale. 50.00 general admission @ door
50.00 VIP in presale. 80.00 VIP @ door
Backstage Passes(includes first 3 row seating) 150.00 presale. 300.00 @ door
Here’s the link to buy tickets
Filipacchi at 23 Prince Street is a Toy Store for grown men! They just opened a brand new location in New York City in the heart of Nolita, carrying everything from high-end paintball accessories, to motorcycles, power-sports vehicles, as well as action-sports accessories. Some of the most interesting products include sidecar URAL motorcycles, Jetsurf (a surfboard with an engine) DTV Shredders (a combination of tank, skateboard and motocross bike) and One Wheels (a motorized skateboard). They carry their own line of Made in New York wool and cashmere caps, as well as athletic apparel. The prices are very reasonable for the quality of materials. The store has a military, industrial feel, and is split up into action-sport sections including: Surf, Skate, Shred, Hunt and Moto. They have 2 URAL sidecar motorcycles on display and the owner brings a third to the store weekly to display outside. Filipacchi is a true man cave and welcome addition to the Soho/Nolita area and for those looking for great gift for the men in their lives. If you can’t make it down to the store, they have a great website that has all the products: www.filipacchi.com.
American Express has partnered with Uber to offer US based amex cardholders 2 free rides home from select major US airports (up to $65 per ride) this holiday season (now through December 31, 2016)
To claim your free rides (up to $65 per ride) you simply need to enter AMEXAIRPORT in the promotions tab in the Uber app & make sure that your American Express card is the selected method of payment, then $65 will be taken off the total cost of your ride after the ride ends. To be eligible for this promotion, rides must originate at one of the following airports:
- Boston (BOS)
- Chicago (ORD and MDW)
- Houston (IAH)
- Las Vegas (LAS)
- New York (EWR, LGA or JFK)
- Seattle (SEA)
- Washington, D.C. (DCA or IAD)
Getting home from the airport by car can often be very pricy, so this offer is without a doubt a generous holiday gift if you’re based in one of the markets this promo covers. Remember, if you don’t have an Uber account, you can sign up here to receive another free ride (up to $20).
Marko Stout’s downtown exhibitions have been one of the hottest tickets in New York this year. In a recent article the Huffington Post asked the “Is Marko Stout the next Warhol”. The New York Times referred to Marko Stout as a “…rock star of the art world”- and anyone who ever attended an open night of one of the artist’s exhibitions knows why.
This renowned New York artist draws very large crowds of younger millennial art fans to his exhibitions. For years Stout’s popularity was cult like and localized to New York- however after a series of high profiles sales and international exhibitions his reputation has grown rapidly, making him one of the hottest contemporary artists working today.
He has taken the world by storm by making his artworks attention grabbing and provoking, and it’s a mix of sexuality with urban myth. Marko Stout became a sensation in social media with a huge attention from young art fans, his sales and gallery crowd is making everyone call him this generation’s Andy Warhol.
Last August, a warm summer night at the Rivington Street Gallery in the chic downtown SoHo area of New York City brought a large crowd of art lovers, collectors and a line of young fans out to meet the local celebrity cult artist Marko Stout and see some of his latest works from his “Erotic Dreams” collection. This was offered as a limited preview for the artist upcoming solo show this fall at the Art Nation Gallery in Times Square.
Upon entering Stout’s exhibition one was greeted by a deviant seven foot leather clad female sculpture topped by a malevolent white rabbit head. Alongside the piece 3 large LED sets ran erotic videos including a 20 minute close-up of a young women working herself to an intense sexual orgasm. Next the gallery guests were exposed to Stout’s vibrant fiery aluminum prints full of attitude and bombarded with the artist’s profound quotes- such as, “free your mind, “victim of the rules” and others.
Marko Stout is likely the most relevant New York artist working today- with many reporters and critics comparing the artist, his work and lifestyle to the famous Andy Warhol.
2016 Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade
- The Macy’s Day Parade floats were pulled by horses until 1939.
- 1939 was also the first year NBC broadcast the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade. NBC continues to be the official broadcast station of the Macy’s Parade, though CBS also carries the parade unofficially. 50 million viewers tune in to this New York parade each year.
- Because of Word War II, there was no Macy’s Day Parade from 1942-1944. During that time, the rubber and helium originally meant to blow up the famous Macy’s balloons were donated to the American military.
- The 1945 Macy’s Day Parade surpassed 2 million people in attendance.
- Snoopy – the Peanuts character created by Charles Schultz – holds the distinction of having the most Thanksgiving Day NYC Parade floats, with six different balloons since 1968.
- Because of heavy rain, the 1971 Macy’s Thanksgiving Parade was forced to ground all giant balloons, making it the first Macy’s Parade without balloons since 1926.
- Today’s Macy’s Day Parade features over a dozen giant balloons, nearly 30 parade floats, 1,500 dancers and cheerleaders, more than 750 clowns, several marching bands from around the country, and over 8,000 participants in all!
- The giant balloon inflation is open to the public, and takes place from 3pm-10pm the evening before Thanksgiving on 77th and 81st streets between Central Park West and Columbus Ave.
- 4,000 volunteers take the time each year to put on this NYC Thanksgiving celebration.
- The Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade route is 2.65 miles long.
- 3.5 million people attend the Macy’s Day Parade each year.