So you’re headed to Las Vegas for New Year’s Eve 2015. You’re spending the craziest night of the year in the craziest city in America, so you’d better make sure you don’t go home with memories of a dismissive stripper and a few desultory tugs at the nickel slot.
First of all, NBA All Star Weekend has become one the biggest party weekends in the country. In 2015 New York will be hosting the festivities and if you have the chance, it’s something you do not want to pass up.
Google, like they have done every year, published a list of the most searched for music festival of 2014 in America. The list is lead by Coachella and is rounded out by the Fun Fun Fun Festival.
Miami, FL – December 9, 2014 – Fool’s Gold Day Off Art Basel Edition at LMNT Studios.
Toronto, ON – December 8, 2014 – The Wilderness at Lost and Found Lounge.
Las Vegas, NV – December 6, 2014 – Afrojack at Hakkasan Nightclub.
Streamed worldwide and topping global Twitter trending charts, #ABGT100 live at Madison Square Garden has been chronicled in an official after-movie.
Miami Beach, FL – December 5, 2014 – Hennessy VS Presents A$AP Rocky at IVY Nightclub.
This is now our new favorite BBQ spot in Los Angeles. It was a bit pricey but the quality of meat was outstanding, so it’s worth it.
The elusive Shake Shack breakfast sandwich, previously available only at the two Shacks at JFK Airport, is officially on offer at the Grand Central Terminal Shack in Midtown, Manhattan.