Head over to the Prada for half off selected ready-to-wear and accessories. Walk as quickly as your stilettos will allow on NYC pavement because the sale ends Sunday.
45 E 57th St
New York, NY 10022
*Photo credited to: Prada
Thursday, December 28, 2006
New Year's Eve Makeup by M.A.C
Allow a M.A.C Pro makeup artist to set off your look for New Year's Eve
makeup application by a M.A.C Pro
redeemable for $50 worth of M.A.C products to take home
Sunday, December 31, 2006
6 - 8 p.m.
148 Columbus Ave (& 67th St)
By pre-pay reservation only. Click below to RSVP and pay for service.
RSVP by Saturday, December 30.
Wednesday, December 27, 2006
Recently my very hip friend who runs a very hip company called ironically enough Hipguide invited me to a most swank affair. Rather then stress about what to wear, which I have taken care of thru the many sample sales that i recently patronized (more on credit card debt later) I stressed about what to do with the hair. In a moment of divine providence I remembered a video from Nexxus, I
clicked my way to Nexxus online, where a short instructional video gave me the equivlant of Jimmy Choo's at $50.00, a chic but simple hairstyle!
*Photo credited to: www.nexxus.com
Monday, December 25, 2006
Wanted to share a super sexy Itunes play list I just received from our Milanese correspondent Arlene. Some tunes are familiar, some are undiscovered but all are equally great. Perfect CD for your next dinner party.
1. Duele el Amor/Aleks Syntek
2. Se Me Va La Vida/ALjadaqui
3. Amortiguador/Andrea Echeverri
4. En Algun Recuerdo/Bacilos
5. La Lola/Cafe Quijano
6. Durmiendo Con La Luna/Elefante
7. Quiereme mucho/Ely Guerra
8. Un'ora in Piu/Francesco Renga
9. Quisiera/Juan Luis Guerra
10. Nada valgo sin Tu Amor/Juanes
11. Andar Conmigo/Julieta Venegas
12. Muneca de Trapo/La Oreja de Van Gogh
13. Me Gustaria Qe Comprendieras/Luz Casal
14. Rara Vez/Mikel Erentxun
15. Lucha de Gigantes/Nacha Pop
16. Amarte Duele/Natalia Lafourcada
17. Solo 3 minuti/Negramaro
18. Todo De Ti/Nek
20. Stop! Dimentica/Tiziano Ferro
Sunday, December 10, 2006
Ladies, major, major Alvin Valley scoop. Run, run, run to the showroom tomorrow, Monday, Dec. 11th! If you are a fan of his pants then you know that these prices are a steal!!!!
Six Hours Only
To my gorgeous, chic, intelligent, sample sale customers and friends…
In grateful appreciation of your support, and in consideration of the financial demands of the holiday season (and living in New York), I offer you the following unadvertised year-end FINAL price break for SIX HOURS ONLY:
$59 for cotton twill, sateen, corduroy, denim, seersucker, and linen pants.
$69 for gabardines, blends and wool pants.
$99 for leather or suede waistband pants.
$99 all fabrics.
$39 all fabrics (no leather).
$49 leather waistband skirts.
$69 all colors.
DATE: Monday, Dec. 11th
HOURS: 12:00 – 6:00pm
ADDRESS: 552 7th Ave., 3rd Floor (between 39-40th)
Last Chance to Dance
Kind ladies, Monday is “it”! Super-super-SUPER-save on “THE BEST FITTING PANTS IN THE UNIVERSE.” I thank you all.
This offer cannot be used retroactively or in conjunction with any other offer.
Inquiries: Call Rich at (646)228-0815 or reply to firstname.lastname@example.org
Friday, December 8, 2006
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Thursday, December 7, 2006
Cuisine: Cuban, Latin American, Spanish
Category: Upscale Dining
Neighborhood: West Village, NYC
Given an impressive high score for its “muy delicioso” food in the 2006 Zagat survey, this cozy West Village spot evokes the soul of Havana, with exotic Cuban, Latin and Spanish dishes accompanied by house signature cocktails and the sounds of Salsa and Merengue. The music is live every weekend, and the food is hot every night, especially the roast suckling pig with cassava and fresh mojo, the sautéed pork “el cochinito” and the “Parillada” platter of chicken, steak and sausages. For a perfect evening, take 15% off the entire check with this hot DiningFever deal.
For more details and to get this great deal, click here
“The King of Pants” -WWD
WINTER, HOLIDAY & RESORT SAMPLE SALE
PRINT THIS E-MAIL AND BRING IT for Extra Dollars-Off, as follows:
PANTS: $40 OFF second pant, and $40 OFF third (and every additional) pant purchased.
JACKETS: $40 OFF every jacket purchased.
SKIRTS: $20 OFF every skirt purchased.
100% CASHMERE KNITS: $20 OFF first cashmere, and $40 OFF second (and every additional) cashmere purchased. The cashmeres are new, pristine, in original seal-packs, and PERFECT HANNUKAH & CHRISTMAS GIFTS!!!
YES, you can e-mail this to your friends & co-workers.
YES, you must present this e-mail at check-out for purchases made 12/7/06 – 12/09/06.
YES, we are re-stocking new goods every day.
NO, you cannot use this certificate retroactively, duplicatively, or in conjunction with any other discount offer. All sales are final.
DATES: Dec. 7, 8 & 9th
HOURS: 12:00 – 6:00pm
ADDRESS: 552 7th Ave., 3rd Floor (btw. 39-40th)
INQUIRIES: Call Rich at (646)228-0815
Wednesday, December 6, 2006
BEYONCE'S 2007 WORLD TOUR DANCE AUDITIONS-Los Angeles, New York City, Chicago!
BEYONCE- SEARCHING FOR BACKGROUND DANCERS
Beyonce Searching for Background Dancers
Auditions in five U.S. cities
She selected her all-female band through nationwide auditions. Now, Beyonce is using the same process to secure dancers for her upcoming world tour behind new album “B’Day.”
Folks interested can head to Los Angeles, Atlanta, Houston, New York or Chicago beginning next month, where open call auditions will be held at times to be announced soon.
Dancers may be male or female, of all nationalities, but must be at least 18 years old. For more information on Beyonce's 2007 World Tour Dance Auditions, please visit: www.beyonce.com
December 6-7: Los Angeles, Alley Kat (1455 Gordon)
January 11-12: New York, Location TBA
January 27: Chicago, Location TBA
Tuesday, December 5, 2006
Argentinean Dossier as written by MUG
Not to pull a Latina version of the recent Gwyneth faux pas, but it is no secret that I love Argentina and all things Argentine. And it turns out I am not alone. MUG -- tops on my list for smart daily reads -- shares my love. Check out their Argentinean Dossier for a review of Argentine hot spots in the city.
And here comes a teaser……be sure to check back into to Casa Naranja later this week for our ultimate gift giving guide.
A noteworthy group of Argentinean artists have work on exhibit at the Consulate General of Argentina, 12 W. 56th [5th/6th] that leads up to an event this week. On Wednesday at the Consulate, 6pm-9:30pm, an evening of art, wine, and a silent auction. Tickets are $20. Auction items will include a trip to Buenos Aires, Catena and other wines, and Proenza Schouler clothing. The artwork has been donated by the artists and all proceeds will go to artist scholarships at ProyectArte, a NYC-based nonprofit that, among other things, helps educate and develop promising teenage artists at its school in Buenos Aires. You can see the auction catalogue here.
Major Latin music producer Gustavo Santaolalla is behind the Bajofondo Tango Club, a group whose sound is a mashup of musical styles, including tango and electronica. They've got two albums out and the sound will just keep growing on you.
Through December 14th, "Landscapes: Urban, Interior, and Natural" at Susan Eley Fine Art, 46 W. 90th (by appointment). There are works from three artists, including Leando Artigala, born in Buenos Aires, who shows his 2003 images of the Perito Moreno glacier in Patagonia.
Fans of suspense films should catch The Aura, directed by Fabián Bielinsky, who died earlier this year at the age of 47. Much of it is set in a Patagonian forest, where an epileptic taxidermist finds himself isolated and confronted by mystery and violence. Bielinsky's masterful technique is to ratchet up tension without increasing the pace. At the IFC
• Argentine Pavillion, 32 W. 46th [5th/6th] 212.921.0835
• Azul Bistro, 152 Stanton [Suffolk] 646.602.2004
• Buenos Aires, 513 E. 6th [A/B] 212.228.2775
• Chimichurri Grill, 606 9th [43rd/44th] 212.586.8655
• Hacienda de Argentina, 339 E. 75th [1st/2nd] 212.472.5300
• Industria Argentina, 329 Greenwich St. [Duane/Jay] 212.965.8560
Nail some of those tango walks, sweeps, and turns with guidance from classes found here, and practice virtually any night of the month by check out events listed on this calendar.
Go-Today has some of the best deals to Argentina, including a package starting at $749 (departing from Miami), that includes flight and five nights.
Sunday, December 10
Haydee Milanes performing at Living Room
Yes, she is the Pablo Milanes' daughter!
Listen for yourself.
154 Ludlow St, at Stanton St, Lower East Side [F,V to Lower East Side-Second Ave] 212-533-7235
Monday, December 4, 2006
As told to us by our favorite Dominicana who resides in Milan, Mrs. Arlene Ventura-Valentini:
For all you ladies who have spent one too many restless cold nights in N.Y. wondering about what the French do in the winter....well, ponder no more. I have been asked to quench your thirsts with my neo-European know how and escapades…and well, if you MUST know, they go skiing in Magical Megève. Forget that whole American-French rivalry thing, its ALL about the French Alps over here.
Doing the Mountains, French Style
Yes, they are fierce, they are fabulous, they refuse to speak English, have major attitude and have no qualms about showing you their distaste in tourists but Megève is worth the experience.
Megeve was one of the earliest ski resorts to be created – a French answer to St. Moritz. Tucked neatly at the toes of Mt. Blanc, Megeve is very accessible by plane (Lyon or Geneva) or by car from Italy, Switzerland and all major French cities. It took us about 3 hours from Milan by car and the sights along the way are beautiful, although a bit claustrophobic if you are not into 360° panoramic views of mountains.
Megève is 599km (372 miles) SE of Paris and 72km (45 miles) SE of Geneva.
Set amid pine forests, foothills, and mountain streams, Megève offers history, ambience and altitude that differ from any other French ski resort. Here you will find cozy chalet homes with smoky chimneys, ancient agricultural farms and luxurious 5 star hotels all together in harmony. Better known for its “glamorous” atmosphere, much credited to royalty, elites and celebrities the likes of Porfirio Rubirosa, Frank Sinatra, the Benettons and Baroness de Rothschild who constructed five resort hotels, which include the restaurant La Taverne Du Mont D’Arbois, great for grilled meats and regarded as Megève’s most fashionable address, have made Megève the “It” place in France .
Megève is undisputedly the most complete cosmopolitan ski resort; with more than 290km (190 miles) of downhill runs plus nearly 81km (50 miles) of cross-country trails. It is the home of the world’s largest lift-linked ski areas that includes neighbouring Chamonix, Combloux, Saint-Nicolas-de-Vèroce and St. Gervais, completing the Evasion-Mont Blanc ski area. Today it boasts one of the best ski schools in Europe (not that looking cute in a snowbunny suit requires any lessons) and is home to one of the world’s best spas, Les Fermes de Marie. In summer, Megève offers a number of activities including water sports on Lac de Javen (ok, Im guessing this is the lovely frozen lake I saw), hiking, horseback-riding, mountain-biking, golf and my favourite, horse-drawn carriage rides through its narrow, medieval-style cobbled streets. The driver even gives you a warm fuzzy blanket that soon matches the feeling you get while taking it all in.
My fond memories of skiing in NY involve Hunter Mountain and manmade snow, standing in line for that hotdog and fries while walking in those boots and trying to look like it was actually easy. In Megève, there is no need for all that façade, if you made it there you are fierce enough to just stand around (very a la Victoria Beckham) and look fabulous. Take a walk in the centre and stop in a café for coffee and croissants (these two things are worthy enough to get yourself over here), window shop or just look at the French do their “thing”. But if you have children like I do, you might actually be forced to do something physical with the snow. In our case it was sledding. We were a bit disappointed Megève didn’t offer the same amenities for some serious sledding but we made the best of it and tore those bunny hills up. Half an hour into this sport and having had entertained all with our originality we were ready for some good ol’ French cuisine (think cheese fondues, chocolate crepes and soufflès, warm baguettes, foie gras, fruit jams with butter and anything with melted Raclette cheese on it). Ok, I absolutely love French cuisine and have to honestly say that this was my biggest motivation for going back to Megève this winter. I recommend Le Ferme de Mon Perè ,with three Michelin stars, it is one of the top restaurants in France. With cooking that verges on the satirical, this restaurant put Megève on the gourmet map when it opened in 1999. They have a 20,000 bottle wine cellar, honey, need I say more? My only advice is that you try and meet a cute local that wouldn’t mind translating all those dishes on the menus for you, since they are not big on English here.
So pack your Versace ski-suit, your Gucci snow-boots, a French dictionary and your Diva alterego and book your next winter escape for Megève, where the French do it better!
For more information on Megève contact:
The Office de Tourisme, 70 Rue Monseigneur Conseil (Tel. 04 50 21 27 28) or www.megeve.com.
Friday, December 1, 2006
Wednesday, December 20th 6:00 pm
Instituto Cervantes Auditorium
211 East 49th Street (between 3rd and 2nd Av.)
Director: Julia Solomonoff. Based on a short story by Julia Álvarez. 2001. 55 min.
When Yolanda García decides to visit the town where she was born in the Dominican Republic, her American boyfriend throws himself wholeheartedly into the trip. Fascinated by the stories of eccentric aunts and lovely cousins, he anticipates a festive week of eating and drinking, endless dancing and topless beaches. But one of Yolanda’s relatives is running for president—which couldn’t be a worse time to introduce her live-in gringo lover to her traditional Dominican family. Their relationship, which was working so well in New York, turns upside down in the unforgiving heat of the Caribbean.
Free admission. English without subtitles.
Thursday, November 30, 2006
Wednesday, December 6th 7:30 pm
Room 517, Hamilton Hall, Columbia University,
116th St. and Broadway
Cuban Roots/ Bronx Stories
Director: Pam Sporn. Original music by Óscar Hernández. 2000. 57min. Documentary.
This film reconstructs the story of an African-descended family from Cuba that arrived in the United States shortly after the failed Bay of Pigs invasion in the early 1960s. When his father goes back to Cuba for the first time in more than 30 years, Pablo decides to explore his Afro-Latino identity. Through successive layers of archival material, verité footage and the narrator’s own memories, Cuban Roots / Bronx Stories weaves a complex narrative of personal and historical events that challenge various racial and ethnic stereotypes.
Special guest: Pam Sporn. Moderator: Claudio Iván Remeseira, Hispanic New York Seminar of the American Studies Program, Columbia University.
Free admission. English subtitles
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Wednesday, November 29, 2006
Industria Argentina: 20% off entire check
Cuisine: Argentinean, South American
Category: Upscale Dining
Neighborhood: Tribeca, NYC
This popular Tribeca hot spot boasts a sleek, airy dining room adorned with furniture flown in directly from Argentina, as well as authentic Argentinean cuisine, featuring dishes from every region of Argentina. Menu specials include free range beef, prepared in a brick oven or on the grill as well as great variety of fish and seafood. Menu highlights include the beautiful grilled meat selection served for two, the "Corte Carnicero" style Rib Eye, and a Whole Branzino. To make your experience even more exciting, don't miss the flavorful appetizers or the extensive Argentinean wine list with a wonderful selection of Malbecs. Click below to get this DiningFever exclusive now and take up to 20% off your entire check.
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1. Raised-seam heel, by Manuela Filipovic, $265. 2. Chain-mail heel, by Gaetano Perrone, $725. 3. Grosgrain bow pump, by Gianluca Soldi, $285. 4. Art Deco hells, by Manuela Filipovic, $325. 5. Evening shoe, by Fay.B, $255. 6. Satin bow slingback, by Gianluca Soldi, $275. 7. Stretch bootie, by Zoe Lee, $315. 8. Satin bow mule, by Gianluca Soldi, $250.
(Photo: Courtesy of Té Casan)
It’s bigger than Capitale! If you have not yet heard of Té Casan, and if you like shoes, you soon will: It’s a 5,500-square-foot, chandelier-hung, glass-staircased Soho store filled with nothing but women’s shoes.
But what is this brand?
The shoes are by seven young designers you’ve never heard of—they were plucked from the obscurity of big-name design studios like Alexander McQueen, Versace, Dries van Noten, and Vivienne Westwood by an Israeli mogul named Yaron Kopel, who made his fortune running the Israeli version of Teleflora, as well as Microsoft Israel. It’s a multinational, hyper-ambitious, and somewhat bewildering project. Kopel installed his shoemaker dream team in Barcelona, for no other reason than that the creative director, Asil Attar, likes the city’s aesthetics. Each designer is supposed to come up with one new style every week—putting Té Casan on roughly the same production schedule as H&M. To further strain the production chain, Kopel claims there will be 50 more Té Casans worldwide in the next five years.
Speaking of H&M, how much are these shoes?
Higher than Nine West, but much lower than Manolo. The prices hover in the $200s. (For comparison’s sake, basic black Christian Louboutin pumps are about $500.)
So what’s the draw?
Original design, for one. Plus, all the shoes are limited editions; no more than 74 of each style will be made, which means once they’re sold, there’s no such thing as a reorder.
How is the design?
It runs the gamut from trendy trainers to bridesmaid-able. But first look says they lack the sophistication of, say, Manolo or Louboutin and the on-trend fashion savvy of Prada or Chloé. And while they may be cheaper, they’re still not cheap: $300 is a lot to pay for shoes by someone you’ve never heard of.
Could this possibly work?
The brand’s kooky “Free to Be You and Me” thing is undeniably appealing. And the marketing plan includes making stars of the designers, in a Project Runway-esque move. “If one of the designers is a schizo or suicidal, we’re going to let you know,” says Ron Pompei, the stores’ designer (and the man who gave Anthropologie its scruffy-cool vibe). But at the end of the day, they’re going to have to move a whole lot of stack-heeled boots to make that Soho rent.
382 W. Broadway, nr. Spring St.; 212-584-8000
Hours: Monday through Saturday 10 a.m. to 7 p.m.; Sunday 11 a.m. to 7 p.m.
Nobox (www.nobox.com) is an award winning interactive agency dedicated to developing Internet marketing strategies to help market leaders acquire and retain customers. Some of Nobox’s major clients include Mozilla-Firefox, Toyota, Lexus, Scion, Verizon Wireless, Procter & Gamble and Banco Popular.
Art Director Position
As an art director at Nobox you will be responsible for creative tasks related to a wide range of online projects. You will work directly with the creative department on developing concepts and designs for websites, online campaigns, e-mails, mini sites and online games. This position requires excellent design and presentation skills, superb creativity as well as a highly developed attention to detail. You should be a team player who can contribute in brainstorms, and work with other creatives through project development.
• Award winning creative executions, and creativity
• Strong collaborative skills and the ability to work well with teams
• Attention to detail
• Interactive experience required
• Expertise in Illustrator, Photoshop, Flash (a bonus)
• Must be bilingual (English and Spanish)
Please send in your resume with examples of work to firstname.lastname@example.org (links to projects, or lo-res screenshot attachments).
As a Production Assistant in our company responsibilities include but are not limited to: gathering pertinent information and creating comprehensive documents for production development needs, entering project’s and updating in a Time Management System, tracking deadlines/development, etc.
• Experience managing multiple projects at the same time
• Extremely detail oriented
• Self starter
• Problem Solver
• Leadership skills
• Highly Organized
• Capable of working independently
• Have the ability to learn quickly and grasp concepts
• Microsoft office experience
• Internet marketing knowledge.
• Strong written and verbal communications skills.
• Bachelor Degree in related field. Minimum of 2 years professional experience. Experience in managing technology projects is a plus.
Please send in your resume for review to email@example.com.
Jr. Web developer
• Adobe Flash & Actionscript
• Adobe Dreamweaver
• Some Adobe Photoshop/Fireworks Experience
• Some Adobe Illustrator/Freehand Experience
• Detail oriented
• Good time management skills
• Highly Organized
• Must be bilingual (English and Spanish)
Please send in your resume with examples of work firstname.lastname@example.org (links to projects, or lo-res screenshot attachments)
As the Executive Assistant at Nobox you will be in charge of office duties such as faxing, some computer work, sorting and distributing mail and incoming packages, answering and directing phone calls and visits from clients. Maintain and schedule meetings with clients inside and outside the office facilities. Organize and stock office supplies, coordinate company activities, monitor personnel attendances, vacation schedules, sick days, among others. Provide support for Management.
• Skilled user of electronic communications, document creation, information management, and new office technologies.
• Well organized, results driven team part.
• Creativeness, willingness and eagerness to accept new responsibilities and challenges with enthusiasm.
• Able to work well under pressure as well as with minimum supervision.
• Productiveness under the pressure of multiple-task assignments,
• Fully bilingual (Spanish/English), with excellent oral and business writing
• Computer knowledge (MS Word, Excel, Power Point, Outlook)
• Self starter
• 2 plus years experience in office administration.
Please send in your resume to email@example.com
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Monday, November 27, 2006
Spanish Cinema Now
December 8 – 26, 2006
Lincoln Center the Walter Reade Theater
165 West 65th Street, between Broadway and Amsterdam
Plaza Level, NYC
Daniel Sánchez Arévalo, 2006; 105m
Fri Dec 8: 2 & 6:30
Sun Dec 10: 6:20
Crossing the Border
Un Franco, 14 pesetas
Carlos Iglesias, 2006; 105m
Fri Dec 8: 4:15
Sat Dec 9: 4:50
Tue Dec 12: 1
Las vidas de Celia
Antonio Chavarrías, 2006; 101m
Fri Dec 8: 9
Sat Dec 9: 7
Agustín Díaz Yanes, 2006; 135m
Sat Dec 9: 2
Sun Dec 10: 8:30
Bienvenido a casa
David Trueba, 2006; 118m
Sat Dec 9: 9:15
Sun Dec 10: 2
Tue Dec 12: 3:10
The Tower of the Seven Hunchbacks
La Torre de los siete jorobados
Edgar Neville, 1944; 90m
Sun Dec 10: 4:30
Wed Dec 13: 3:30
Life Hanging by a Thread
La vida en un hilo
Edgar Neville, 1945; 92m
Wed Dec 13: 1:30
Sun Dec 17: 4
The Night of the Sunflowers
La Noche de los girasoles
Jorge Sánchez-Cabezudo, 2006; 123m
Thurs Dec 14: 2 & 6:30
Sat Dec 16: 8
La dama boba
Manuel Iborra, 2006; 98m
Thurs Dec 14: 4:30 & 9
Sat Dec 16: 2
Honor de Cavelleria
Albert Serra, 2006; 111m
Fri Dec 15: 2 & 6:20
Thurs Dec 21: 6:15
The Education of Fairies
La educación de hadas
José Luis Cuerda, 2006; Spain/France/ Argentina; 103m
Fri Dec 15: 4:15*
Sat Dec 16: 5:45*
*Currently not available
Fri Dec 15: 8:30
Sun Dec 17: 2
Domingo de Carnaval
Edgar Neville, 1945; 83m
Sat Dec 16: 4
Tue Dec 19: 1:30
Tue Dec 26: 5
Daniel Cebrián, 2005; 104m
Sun Dec 17: 9
Wed Dec 20: 2 & 6:10
The Crime on Bordadores Street
El crimen de la calle de Bordadores
Edgar Neville, 1946; 93m
Tue Dec 19: 3:15
Sat Dec 23: 3:40
Alberto Rodriguez, 2004; 86m
Wed Dec 20: 4:15 & 8:15
Salvador (Puig Antich)
Manuel Huerga, 2006; 134m
Sun Dec 17: 6:00
Thurs Dec 21: 1:30
Sat Dec 23: 1
Out of Here
Vete de mí
Víctor García León, 2006; 90m
Thurs Dec 21: 4 & 9
Sat Dec 23: 5:45
Sun Dec 24: 1
Lo que sé de Lola
Javier Rebollo, Spain/France, 2006; 110m
Fri Dec 22: 2 & 6:15
Sat Dec 23: 8
La doble vida del faquir
Esteban Riambau & Elisabet Cabeza, 2005; 94m
Fri Dec 22: 4:15 & 8:30
Sun Dec 24: 5:15
Duende y misterio del flamenco
Edgar Neville, 1952; 75m
Edgar Neville, 1941; 30m
Sun Dec 24: 3
Tue Dec 26: 1 & 8:45
The Last Horse
El último caballo
Edgar Neville, 1950; 85m
Tue Dec 26: 3:10 & 6:40
Spanish Painting from El Greco to Picasso: Time, Truth, and History brings together for the first time works by the great Spanish masters of the 16th through the 20th centuries: Francisco de Zurbarán, Diego Velázquez, Bartolomé Esteban Murillo, Francisco de Goya, Juan Gris, Salvador Dalí, Joan Miró, and many others, as well as El Greco and Pablo Picasso
Next Saturday December 2nd, the last Marcha Latina of 2oo6 at PACHA.
Come to experience another Momento Chivas.
when SATURDAY DECEMBER 2nd
where PACHA 618 West 46th Street @ 11th Ave.
time 11:00 PM - 4:00 AM MAP
REPLY to RSVP and guarantee your entrance
NOTE the Club has 3 entrances, MARCHA LATINA will have one
assigned for its guests with a $10 cover. (Access to PACHA $30)
Sunday, November 26, 2006
10 PERFORMANCES ONLY! DECEMBER 11-22
New York, NY 10036
Visit Theatre Mania
Regular Price: $86.50 - $101.50 Tickets
TheaterMania Discount: $66.50 Tickets!
Value: You Save up to 35%!
Monday 8:00pm / Tuesday 8:00pm / Thursday 8:00pm / Friday 8:00pm / Saturday 8:00pm / Sunday 5:00pm
SEE THE EXPLOSIVE BROADWAY DEBUT OF THE INTERNATIONAL DANCE PHENOMENON AND SAVE UP TO 35%
Orchestra and mezzanine tickets only $66.50 (regular prices $101.50-86.50) with this special offer for performances Dec. 11, 12, 14, 18, 19 and 21 only.*
"His dancing can simmer, smolder or
-THE NEW YORK TIMES
World renowned flamenco dancer JOAQUÍN CORTÉS - hailed as "the very best of his generation" by Spain's El Pais newspaper - returns to New York City to make his Broadway stage debut with his acclaimed solo show, MI SOLEDAD, in a strictly limited engagement at the Palace Theatre.
MI SOLEDAD (My Solitude) is a unique 90-minute fusion of flamenco dance, music and song. Accompanied by a live ten-piece orchestra and a seven-member vocal ensemble combining the musical rhythms of jazz, classical and flamenco, Cortés takes audiences on an intimate and provocative journey through one man's soul.
Already an international phenomenon, JOAQUÍN CORTÉS: MI SOLEDAD has triumphantly played many of the world's capital cities since its Mexico City premiere last year, including sold-out engagements in London, Venice, Milan, Paris, Tokyo, Lisbon, Lima, Madrid, Kiev, Moscow, Barcelona, Caracas and Buenos Aires.
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Friday, November 24, 2006
7 FOR ALL MANKIND AND LAROK HOLIDAY POP UP STORE
7 For All Mankind and LaROK, two favorites of the super-chic set, are opening an INTERACTIVE pop up store for two weeks featuring their hottest and newest goodies for the holiday season. Come one, come all and join in the merriment of shopping ‘till your hearts content!
Dates: Monday, November 27th thru Sunday, December 10th
Location: 62 Greene Street (btwn Spring and Broome)
Time: 11am – 8pm daily
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SHOWROOM SEVEN SAMPLE SALE
Showroom Seven Sample Sale
498 Seventh Ave, 24th Floor
bet 36th and 37th Streets
We accept: AMEX/VISA/MC/Cash
Monday, December 4th through Friday, December 15th
Weekdays and Saturdays 10 am to 7 pm.
Please bring photo id for building access.
Please find the following sample sale highlights:
-Erickson Beamon: "Black Magic" jet draped bib necklace: S7 $226 / Ret $565 @ Barneys.
-Orla Kiely: Black Silk baby doll party dress: S7 $180 / Ret $450.
-Orla Kiely: Laminated Winterberry print hold-all bag with leather trim: S7$189 / Ret $365 @ Takashimaya.
-Charlotte: Black leather ruched evening bomber jacket with knit sleeves: S7 $250/ Ret $600 @Intermix.
-Bracher Emden: Beyoncé's favorite new bags: swarovski studded clutches and evening bags: S7 $456 / Ret $1140 @ Henri Bendels.
-ISSA: Floor length feather print silk jersey hostess dress: S7 $220 / Ret $450 @ Saks Fifth Avenue.
-Elisa Antheniense: Paillette evening clutch: S7 $329 / Ret $750 @Searle.
-A&G Cashmere: Biker / Tattoo print Long sleeve T shirt: S7 $35 / Ret $75 @ Barneys.
-Tara Subkoff for Easy Spirit: Suede wedge pumps: S7 $90 / Ret 220 @ Intermix.
-Tee Party: Long Sleeve Toile print T shirt with romantic motif S7 $29 / Ret $72 @ Neiman Marcus.
-Michael H: Rock n' Roll Denim: S7 $75 / Ret $187 @Atrium.
-Sanimi - French lace peekaboo cocktail dress: S7 $285 / Ret $720.
-Ashish n Soni - Strapless gold brocade cocktail dress: S7 $275 / Ret $ 687