A candlelit vigil for a Brooklyn teen killed by New York City police officers left two people injured and led to one arrest Monday night.
On March 11th at approximately 7:00 pm, roughly 200 people gathered in East Flatbush for a somber vigil to remember Kimani Gray, a 16 year-old shot and killed by plainclothes police officers Saturday night after allegedly pointing a gun at them.
Joan Rivers, Debbie Harry, and a slew of New York nightlife legends made it to HIP HIP HOORAY: A BONE-A-FIT FOR JACKIE BEAT on March 3 at The Cutting Room. The event was to raise money for Jackie Beat's double-hip replacement surgery, which the gracious stars were eager to help out with.
The wild boys and girls of the weekly Girls & Boys party at Webster Hall welcomed March with a bang on Friday. ZEDD, Alex Metric, Tommie Sunshine, Alex English kept the party going with nonstop tunes.
ALL PHOTOS BY NICKYDIGITAL.com
From Nick Murray's write-up:
If Friday night's Swedish House Mafia show were a short film, it would open on the scene where I'm in a stall in the men's room, surrounded by screaming, rolling 18 year olds, knocking back a shooter of Bushmill's and wondering what turn my life took to bring me to...
You know that friend you can't stand 99 percent of the time, but when it comes time to party they are the MVP without question? We found 100 of those friends and put them together in one place for your partying and viewing pleasure.
- LA Weekly's 100 People They'd Like to Party With
On February 20th, ASAP Rocky, Bodega Bamz, DJ Getlive, ASAP FERG, and 4th Pyramid played a Scion Audio/Visual Open Mic event at Public Assembly.
ALL PHOTOS BY Kaitlin Parry
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On February 23rd, Drop The Lime, Strange VIP, Star Eyes, Tony Quattro, and Cobra Krames packed 35 Beadle St. in Brooklyn. It was all for Whores 'n' Gold, a mashup of Whorehouse NYC, Gold Whistle, and Trouble & Bass. Check these photos to see if you can make out anyone you know--and be sure to...