Sheltering Sky @ McCarren Hotel Rooftop

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In Williamsburg, McCarren Hotel and Pool's "Sheltering Sky" -- the rooftop bar -- hosted cool people for Sheltering Sky, on Wednesday, August 20 with music by Prince Terrence, Sean Louis and Cesar Soto. Jeffery Thomas hosted the party. Photos by Nate "Igor" Smith.

Published on August 21, 2014

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adane
adane

Thanks to one of the newer and top promoters Jeffrey Thomas, this party is the perfect way to spend a Wednesday night! After being invited into the scene by friend and DJ Prince Terrence, Jeffrey has successfully hosted a large number and wide variety of beautiful people each Wednesday with prime seating and bottle servie at his own table. His guests come from as far as Washington Heights to spend a few hours dancing their hump-day woes away and meeting and networking with new people. Don't be dismayed by the ever impending weather - this party will only get better with heaters to keep the night sweaty and fun! 

nomonomo
nomonomo

New york used be full of original, interesting beautiful people with fun parties....

JackAssNYC
JackAssNYC

Ugh...so sick of people like the first dirty-ass girl, trying to replicate the Grimes look.  And, her two-toned hair colored friend is annoying as fucking shit!  Oh, and add the beast with the fox around her neck to that list as well.


Stop trying to be like everyone else...just be yourself.

adane
adane

@JackAssNYC Maybe that is them being themselves - and if it isn't and they need somewhere to start and this so called "replication" is the catalyst they need, then at some point they will and all they need is support and patience from strangers - not unhelpful criticism 

JackAssNYC
JackAssNYC

@adane - I highly doubt that they are "originally" that way.  "Look at me...I'm unique and spunky...pay attention, I'm soooo out there!  The more dirty and drugged out I look, the more cultured and "hip" I am!"  WRONG!


My only point is that NYC used to be a place people come to be individuals in their life and career.  Sadly though, and I have countless friends from out of state that are this way, people end up moving here and fall into what's trendy.  What is this, high school in our adulthood?


NYC is over and has been.  When the actual artistic ones who help cultivate the neighborhoods are pushed out as far as, what Ridgewood now?, you know damn well it's time to pack up and leave.  That is unless you're into endured family wealth, frat parties, or the stock market.

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