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Your Guide to Celebrating Halloween in NYC

Parades, parties and scary movies are the usual protocol for celebrating Halloween in New York City. And because the holiday falls on a Tuesday this year, celebrations will kick off …

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The Roxy Cinema’s October Calendar: Grit & Gore

As the autumn nights grow longer and colder, a trip to the movies only feels right for an October night in the city. For those looking to get their fix …

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Escape the City Shuffle in these Downtown Manhattan Spas

Behind the bustle of New York’s frenzied streets are some of America’s most innovative and relaxing spa and beauty destinations. Some are tucked away and truly hidden from the …

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Guide to the Best Oyster Happy Hours in Downtown Manhattan

The sun has finally set on summer, when most New York restaurants have started to put away their outdoor seating, close out “Summer Friday” happy hour specials, and start to warm up …

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Modern Korean Gastropub Ms. Yoo Opens in the Lower East Side

The Lower East Side is something of an incubator for imaginative restauranteurs and chefs to introduce new proposals to Manhattan, and sometimes creative eateries that riff on their more established …

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A Painting of TriBeCa’s Past: New York Dolls’ singer David Johansen sits down with gallery owner Rodrigo Salomon

New York’s rich history is recorded in many forms. For some, it’s through photographs, for others, it’s through literature, but for David Johansen, singer and founding member of …

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The Roxy Announces its Autumn Music Lineup

With fall fast approaching, The Roxy is gearing up for warm nights and cocktails away from the autumn winds with stellar musical acts, igniting our stages with rich nostalgia and …

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Experience a 1920s Time Capsule at NYC’s Jazz Age Lawn Party

The glamour of the Roaring 20s is back 100 years later in an exquisite time capsule event held at Governors Island. The annual Jazz Age Lawn Party returns August …

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Your Guide To The Best Vegan Downtown

Mama always said to eat your veggies, and although those moments usually turned into a solid stand-off between you and the mound of greens on your plate – the tide …

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Where To Get Your Poke On: Our Five Picks For The Best Poke Bowls Downtown

Chances are you’re definitely grabbing a poke bowl for lunch (or brunch) sometime this summer. The cubed soy sauce marinated raw fish (usually tuna, salmon or octopus) ladled over rice …

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The Blackstones Way – Take Care Of Your Hair This Summer

It’s a known fact that summer activities – and summer itself – can be hard on hair. Some remedies, you ask? Here are three quick fixes from one of …

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Your Prayers For Sunset Cocktails and Seafood Have Been Answered

Situated on the ground floor of Roxy Hotel is a brand new destination for east coast fare.  The Oyster Bar, opened in late February of this year, is fast becoming a locals …

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Minnie’s Opens On Clinton Street

Manhattan born, Millie Stallings opened Minne’s last June, introducing the city to a new proposal for American cuisine. It’s Ms. Stallings, though she’s no stranger to the restaurant business.

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Air’s Champagne Parlor Opens in Greenwich Village

After nearly a decade of hospitality experiences, Ariel Arce is laying down roots in Greenwich Village at her new venture, Air’s Champagne Parlor. The 29-year-old New York native …

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5 Minutes With The Owner Of While We Were Young

While We Were Young is the restaurant your Instagram feed (and your appetite) have been yearning for. Brightly lit with pastel-colors throughout, the new West Village restaurant has been bringing …

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This Weekend’s PSA – Full Moon Festival

Each year, New York’s Governor’s Island turns into one of the city’s biggest independent music festivals, drawing thousands of music lovers and foodies alike for Full Moon Festival. Tomorrow will …

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Needles And Spins: The Returning Popularity Of Vinyl

where music is revered as the vital cultural force of New York City. The architecture and design are tailored to create the ideal ambiance for its appreciation. A repertoire of  …

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Beach Fossils Infested The Roxy for Cronenberg’s ‘The Fly’

I couldn’t help but listen to the twentysomethings in the back row buzzing his disapproval over basically every decision Veronica Quaife (Geena Davis) makes throughout David Cronenberg’s 1986 …

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Paul’s Casablanca Is The NYC Nightclub Where It’s Okay To Dance

As you approach 305 Spring Street in Soho, there is a neon-lit, green and red sign that reads “McGovern’s Tavern,”. It is a 100-year-old New York City landmark, guarded by …

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The Roxy Files: Ruddy Harootian

Every team member at The Roxy wears multiple hats and has multiple identities- both on and off the floor. We’re behind the bar, we’re assisting guests, we’re pouring champagne or …

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Sounds Of Summer By Hayleigh Hatcher

Coming in hot. As the first, official day of summer descends upon us, it’s only fitting to have a playlist to match. Curated by Hayleigh Hatcher – one of …

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Your Cinema Hitlist This Summer

New Yorker is a haven for cinephiles, with a bevy of boutique and intimate screening rooms to catch the latest, rarest, or vintage flick. With the beloved Roxy …

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Five Minutes With Chillhouse Owner Cyndi Ramirez

New York City is a place that prides itself on being able to give you what you want at any given time, but it’s never seen anything like …

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The 2nd Annual Mudd Club Rummage Sale Is Here

For the 2nd year running, The Roxy Hotel proudly hosts The Mudd Club Rummage Sale. Taking over the entire ground floor of the hotel, the exclusive vintage sale kicked off …

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Bringing Jam To A New Prestige At The Django

Jam Sessions at the Django are deceptively more dignified that the term “jam session” would typically imply. On these choice evenings, the venue is transfigured to a niche for the …

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Fresh Delivery: The Flower Shop NYC

It’s your cool uncle’s basement, it’s an RV trip with friends, it’s the elevated sports bar you’ve always wanted.  It’s The Flower Shop, the new LES gastropub that’s reinventing downtown bar …

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Introducing This Is New York, Vol.5

Today, GrandLife Hotels releases the latest volume of its famed music compilation, This is New York, Vol. 5. Since GrandLife’s foundation, serving guests and bringing them great music …

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Sorbillo Set To Open In New York

Opening alert! Anyone that’s been to Naples, Italy knows that it is the reputed home of the world’s best pizza, and internationally celebrated pizzeria, Sorbillo. Most days a …

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Three Cinematic Perspectives On War

Cinema has served as a powerful tool forged in the history of war – either as a glorifying force of propaganda or a condemning revelation of its morbid realities. Three …

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The Return Of Blue Note Jazz Festival

In its seventh year, New York’s Blue Note Jazz Festival is one of the most anticipated and respected jazz events on the US East Coast. This June 1-30, the city …

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Boogie Nights – Two Decades Of Diggler

It is hard to believe that it’s been twenty years since Paul Thomas Anderson’s Boogie Nights thrust on to the scene, announcing Anderson as a legitimate auteur and minting Mark …

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The Artist Series by Roxy Cinema Tribeca

Last night marked the exciting  launch of The Artist Series – a  new monthly installment from Roxy Cinema Tribeca! Bringing together the worlds of film, art and music, the program will showcase …

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What it means to lose Glenn O’Brien

A soothing atonality charged the ambiance of shoddy black and white video framed on Glenn O’Brien. He was deftly rolling a joint as he nodded to the bass line in …

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The Films Of David Lynch

It’s a fair statement to say that no American filmmaker has made a greater contribution to the realm of surrealism as David Lynch. His debut film, Eraserhead, still stands as a …

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5 Minutes With TOME

NYC Style Q&A With: TOME Thousands of fashion designers come to New York each year to establish their brand and attract high profile buyers. Few make it. With the exception …

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Movies For Mean Girls

The dramatis personae native to any high school consist of well-established archetypes. The weight of the adolescent plight, moreover, can be as excoriating as any Greek Tragedy. The awkwardness in …

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One Of Us – Cult and Midnight Movies at Roxy Cinema

The cultural phenomenon of the midnight movie is alive and well at the Roxy Cinema. It began on television in the 1950’s, where films that were a little too dingy …

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A Big Screen Brush-Up On The Oscars

Post the Oscar award ceremony,  movie-lovers rush to the theaters to catch up on the year’s prize winners. The ceremony means more than just the gowns and the gossip, it’s …

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The Harder They Come: The Film That Brought Reggae To The World

Flip through the record collection of any audiophile and you’re certain to find a copy of the soundtrack to The Harder They Come. The catchy title theme and the other …

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The Roxy Cinema Honors Women’s Month

Any celebration of cinema is a celebration of women. Since Mary Pickford first batted her lashes or Theda Bara’s gaze penetrated the smoke filled movie house, the silver screen owed …

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Tilda Swinton Emerges To Eminence In “Orlando”

Tilda Swinton, one of the most celebrated actresses of the moment and something of a deity in the worlds of art and fashion, has made her presence known in the …

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The Parallel Multiverse Of The Great Ken Russell

Ken Russell was one of the most controversial, celebrated, and maligned filmmakers from the 1960’s through the 1990’s. His psychological approach to narrative, expertly forged characterizations, transcendent fusion of the …

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Top 5 Reasons To Watch “Tommy” On The Big Screen

Tommy is the greatest Rock and Roll film of all time. Unsurpassed in its psychedelic reaches, aristocratic in casting, formidable in performances, the film is a stand-alone masterpiece of Ken …

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Roxy Cinema Presents Blade Runner: A Spectacle In Neo-Noir

Stanley Kubrick’s 2001 introduced HAL as Artificial Intelligence that was incorporeal, with godlike omnipresence and a ruthless will to dominate. Before HBO’s Westworld  posed the imminent quandaries of an AI true-to-life, …

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In Homage To Sci-Fi Mastermind David Cronenberg

It’s Science Fiction week at the Roxy Cinema and the weekend features two crowning achievements by David Cronenberg, one of the genre’s indisputable greatest. Cronenberg’s prolific career was distinguished in …

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The Twentieth Anniversary Of A Sci-Fi Vanguard – Fifth Element

The Roxy kicks off a weekend of films for Fashion Week with a special screening marking the 20th Anniversary of The Fifth Element, Luc Besson’s cultural synthesis of science fiction …

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Roxy Cinema Salutes Fashion Week

A signature pride of the Roxy Hotel is its reverence to the cultural heritage of New York City.  Music has always been paramount in this equation with a diverse repertoire …

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My Own Private Idaho: A Quintessential Classic by Gus Van Sant

Gus Van Sant, one of the great names of 1990’s indie cinema, came into the full expression of his style with his second film, My Own Private Idaho. His intimate …

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The Django’s Valentine Special

Take your sweetie for a spin back in time, for a taste of Old New York for Valentine’s Day at The Django. Step into the clandestine days of the speakeasy …

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Now Screening – Lou Reed’s Berlin

Lou Reed first rose to prominence as a songwriter and front man out of the 1964 New York Art Scene when Andy Warhol championed The Velvet Underground. The band created …

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Now Screening: The House That Ahmet Built

Ahmet Ertegun was born into a high-ranking political family in Istanbul in 1923. When his family moved to America in the late 1930’s, at the age of twelve, his passion …

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The Legend Of Michelangelo Antonioni

Michelangelo Antonioni’s reputation as a filmmaker derives from an approach to cinema so contemplative in its beauty that it could be described as ‘ambient.’ The screenwriting and performances are prominent, …

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Now Screening: Heart Of A Dog

Step inside the Roxy Cinema Tribeca this year and you’ll experience every grain of the magic of motion pictures. With gourmet concessions and craft cocktails, the cinema program for 2017 …

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Get Ready To Party Like Dali This NYE

In 1972 Marie-Hélène de Rothschild held her now world famous Surrealist Ball at her Chateau at Ferrières in France. Everyone from Audrey Hepburn to the Surrealist Salvador Dali himself attended, …

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Up Close & Personal – Downtown’s Live Music Scene

We all know that some of the biggest and boldest concerts have taken place across the city, but when you’re in the mood for a more intimate live music experience, …

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Canal Street Market Brings An Artisanal Marketplace Downtown

Over the past few years, there’s been an uptick in the ‘market’ style of shopping and dining. Chelsea Market has always been an important part of the neighborhood, with celebrated …

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Your New Year’s Eve At The Django

Descend into the Django this December 31st and have a New Year’s Eve to remember. With vaulted ceilings and an atmosphere reminiscent of the boîtes …

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A Night At The Roxy Hotel

Narrated by Stacy Suaya One well-played act in life is a feat. But to take it one act (or a few) further – i.e. the Meryl Streeps and Matthew McConaugheys, …

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Diane Arbus At The Met Breuer

When photographer Diane Arbus cut her own life short at the age of 48, we lost an incomparable talent. One of the most influential photographers of the 20th Century, male …

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La Double Vie – Vs Magazine At The Roxy

Shot By Vs Magazine At The Roxy Hotel – Full story in the FW16 issue, available now Photography – J.Hecster Styling – Vibe Dabelsteen Hair – Gavin Harwin …

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Condé Nast Traveler Awards Roxy Hotel One Of New York’s Best

This year, Condé Nast Traveler once again rolled out their Readers’ Choice Awards – one of the longest-running and most prestigious recognitions of excellence in the travel industry. The …

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Introducing The Roxy Hotel

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Alita Moses – A New Voice In Jazz

The elegant beauty of Alita Moses lights up the stage with enchanting presence. She warms the audience with intelligent repartee and a finesse unique to the natural performer. But the …

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A New York Original – David Johansen At The Django

Two defining principles of the Roxy Hotel are its commitment to music and its historical connection to Downtown New York. So it is both befitting and honorable that the legendary …

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In The Spotlight – Beau

Elegant and demure, Heather Golden and Emma Rose of Beau create a stage presence like a painting by Andrew Wyeth – static and composed, yet stirring with underlying depth. Their …

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Classic New York: Webster Hall

Webster Hall has long been lauded as the top destination for live music and endless dance parties in New York, continuously serving the nightlife community since the early 90s. But …

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Raise A Glass At City Vineyard, Tribeca’s New Waterside Oasis

When summer heats up, true New Yorkers head to a waterside patio for some boozing. This grand tradition is more robust than ever in Tribeca, where City Vineyard …

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Downtown Classics

New York is a city of new — new friends, new neighborhoods, new restaurants. And while we love a good opening as much as the next Downtowner, we …

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The Roxy Sessions With Angela McCluskey

From her time with LA 90s indie folk sensations Wild Colonials and on through her subsequent solo career, Glasgow-born singer-songwriter Angela McCluskey (who actor Norman Reedus has said has “the …

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5 Must-See Exhibitions at Our Favorite Downtown Galleries

Downtown NYC has long been known for housing artists and creating space for flourishing creativity. So it’s no wonder some of the city’s best galleries reside just outside our …

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Return of the Hardcore Downtown

If you missed the incredible Lydia Lunch’s first installation of her “Underground Salon” on July 11th at The Django, fear not, you have one more chance to enter the artist’s …

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Open for Business: Downtown’s Latest

There’s nothing better than exploring New York when the weather is warm, and this summer you might as well stop by some of the coolest new restaurants and boutiques while …

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Downtown’s Great Outdoors

As cities go, New York makes excellent use of the urban oasis. Central Park’s Great Lawn is iconic, as are the winding paths in Riverside Park, the arch in Washington …

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Spring Place Takes an Iconic Look Back

As New York Fashion Week moved downtown over the last few seasons, Spring Studios has emerged as one of the primary destinations for fashion shows and industry events. While the …

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The Tiniest Mmuseumm In NYC

Yes, Mmuseumm is small. In fact, it is micro-sized, miniscule, tiny, infinitesimal, and if you are anywhere near 6 ft. tall, you will need to duck to get inside. Housed inside an …

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All That Downtown Jazz

New York’s downtown jazz scene is a cauldron of talent, attracting promising new acts and big name headliners from all over the world. Here, The Roxy Hotel curates some …

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The Art Of The Lower East Side

Once the gritty and bohemian Mecca of New York, the Lower East Side has morphed into a popular destination in recent years, with world-class restaurants and luxury apartments. Amidst this …

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Working For The Weekend

Been working hard all week? We hear you. So does Roxy Hotel resident DJ, Justin Dean Thomas. We called on the downtown local to share some Friday afternoon …

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The Story Behind The Brew

As soon as you enter Jack’s Stir Brew Coffee, you’ll notice the menu isn’t one you’d find in any standard coffeehouse. With a story behind practically every item they serve, …

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An Artistic Tour of Tribeca

In the 1970s, Tribeca was a hub for art and artists, who transformed its sprawling historic industrial spaces into their own living and working spaces. Now catering more toward fashionable eateries and …

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In The Spotlight – Jon Regen

Each Thursday, the styling’s of multi-talented musician Jon Regen enlivens the Roxy Lounge, treating guests to a night infused with jazz, pop, rock, soul, and blues from the enigmatic native New Yorker. As …

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The Big Apple On Screen: 11 Films Starring New York City

As the heat of summer in the city settles in, refresh your love for New York with some of our favorite films – all of which love Manhattan just …

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On The Record with Roxy’s In-Room Vinyl Program

We’re proud to announce our newest musical venture at The Roxy Hotel – our in-room vinyl record program. Upon checking in to your premium suite, you’ll find a TEAC turntable and a …

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The Roxy Welcomes Vinicius Cantuaria To The Stage

As a singer, guitarist, composer, drummer and percussionist, Vinicius Cantuaria is well known to the jazz and Bossa Nova world. The artist splits his time between Rio de Janeiro and New …

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In The Spotlight – Chris Norton

Chris Norton’s presence commands a room where even the most reserved are gripped by his persuasive musicality and personal charisma. His repertoire ranges broadly from jazz, big band era classics, …

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A Minute With Pam Hogg

Pam Hogg is an icon impossible to define. Inimitable in her courageous vision that erupted from the UK’s post-punk scene, Hogg has maintained a trajectory that’s elevated her into the echelons of …

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Up your Office Game – Your Guide to Downtown Workspaces

These days, more and more ambitious individuals are straying from the conventional workplace to take on new projects of their very own. Whether it’s full-time, with a small group of …

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The Roxy Hotel Cinema Pairs With Posteritati For Weekend Screenings

Adding to the excitement of The Roxy Hotel Cinema’s recent announcement of their partnership with Submarine Films, is the roll-out of the public screening program that launches this weekend on Saturday, …

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Places To Take Mom This Sunday

Sunday is the day we say thank you to the Mom’s in our lives. The day we celebrate those that have taken care of us since day one. Although there …

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The Roxy Hotel Tribeca Nominated In Conde Nast Traveler’s Readers’ Choice Awards

Each year, Conde Nast Traveler turns the tables with their coveted Reader’s Choice Awards. Instead of the magazine’s team of well-traveled editors picking their favorite hotels, resorts, airlines, destinations, and …

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Jack’s Coffee Gives It a Stir at The Roxy Hotel

If you don’t know Jack, it’s time you got up to speed. Allow us to introduce you. “The coffee landscape has changed a lot since I started in New York …

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In The Spotlight – Chino Pons

As the lights dim on the dapper assembly in the Roxy Hotel lobby on a Saturday night, beams of gold and crimson spread onto the stage to …

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David Koh Begins Private Screening Series With Glenn O’Brien And Maripol

This Monday evening marked the launch of The Roxy Hotel Cinema’s partnership with David Koh and Submarine Films. Koh inaugurated a private screening series with a showing of cult classic, …

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The Roxy Hotel Cinema Launches With Submarine Films

Words by Roxy Hotel’s Art Curator, Natalie Kates. In an era of streaming, videos on demand and a culture obsessed with getting their movies on handheld devices, I’m thrilled to …

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The Hitlist- Vinyl Venues

Although one never needs a formal excuse to dance the night away, here’s an extra reason. Tomorrow is National Record Store Day, a day that vinyl retailers, their customers, their staff and …

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Blackstones Sets Up (A Second) Shop At Roxy Hotel

Blackstones is one of those fantastic New York places that’s business in the front, but step inside and you become Alice through the looking glass, walking into a party art-directed by Woody Allen.

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Your Guide to National Record Store Day 2016

Finding a record store in New York City can be a bit like crate digging itself—it’s hard to find the good ones, or sometimes, any at all. From …

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Well Suited With Craig Robinson

In the spirit of its tranquil-decadent aesthetic and a legacy setting the stage for cocktails and live music in Tribeca, staff at The Roxy Hotel are exclusively outfitted by bespoke tailor …

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Natalie Kates – The Style Curator

Grand Life’s curator Natalie Kates, aka The Style Curator, is known for her impeccable style and fantastic taste in edgy art. The private art dealer and curator has brought the beautiful works …

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Easter Brunch At The Roxy

Looking to enjoy Easter breakfast this Sunday? Why not opt for something a little different and reserve a table at The Roxy for a special Easter Buffet. Get comfortable in The …

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Your Weekly Playlist By Brian Newman

Ahead of his energetic performance at The Django this Friday, March 18th, Brian Newman shares an exclusive playlist for The Roxy Hotel. The track list is a compilation of …

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Two Hands Brings Australian Touch To Tribeca

The recently opened Two Hands restaurant is already catching the attention of downtowners; both as a caffeine pitstop and sit-down dining experience. Roxy Hotel took five with co-owner Giles Russell to …

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A Minute With Brian Newman

Brian Newman has become one of the most sought-after acts in New York City. Splitting his time between touring with Lady Gaga and Tony Bennett and leading his own quartet …

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Your Weekly Playlist By Jonathan Toubin

After shaking up The Django with his soul & rock’n’roll set last week, DJ and producer Jonathan Toubin keeps the music rolling. Listen to his exclusive playlist for The …

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First Time Fest x The Roxy Hotel

“First Time Fest 2016 is a 4-day showcase of original inspiring works by First Time Directors, Producers, Cinematographers, Editors, Screenwriters and Film Composers. Featuring a New Filmmakers’ Showcase, …

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The Perfect Rainy Day Playlist by Sean Ono Lennon

Cozy up and crank it up because we’ve got the perfect wet weather mixtape. Made exclusively for The Roxy Hotel by Sean Ono Lennon.

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NYFW ’16

Famed photographer Sonny Vandevelde takes us behind the scenes of NYFW. Check out his images from the top shows of the season. #gallery-2 { margin: auto; …

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Coming Home To The Odeon

Still standing in TriBeca after a 35-year tenure on the corner of West Broadway and Thompson street is a GrandLife favorite and cultural landmark for those who lived below canal in …

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The Lucky Bee Lands In LES

Downtown locals are all too familiar with the haven that Lower East Side has become. An eclectic community that continues to grow, folk to the east of Bowery have a …

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Spotlight On: Ayakamay

Words by Sophie Weiner | www.twitter.com/sophcw On a chilly January night, I walked through the red curtains draping the entrance to the Leslie-Lohman Gallery’s subterranean Prince Street Project. In a …

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Last Minute Reservations – Valentine’s Day

Love is in the air – and on your plate it seems, as restaurants city-wide prepare their Valentine’s Day menus. Whether you’ve got a date or are simply looking for …

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Jim Cummins Exhibition Hits Soho

When you’ve got a retrospective that that spans three decades and includes work for some of the biggest names in the music industry, there is reason for an exhibition to be …

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Valentine’s Mixtape by Alix Brown

Take it to the dance floor lovers. To help you warm up for Valentine’s Weekend, one of our resident DJs, Alix Brown has pulled together a …

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Dinner Date At The Roxy Hotel – Valentine’s Prix Fixe Menu

  This Valentine’s weekend, mix things up at The Roxy. Lovers and loved ones can dine on a prix fixe Valentine’s menu, curated by chef Joseph Abruzzese. The food offering …

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DJ EIKO HARA’S MIX FOR THE ROXY HOTEL

  Enjoy this week’s exclusive Grandlife playlist curated by DJ Eiko Hara.               …

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KESH COMES EAST

KESH is no stranger to a live work space. For five days, the British-born artist lived, worked and slept in a Los Angeles gallery as part of her Flight:RS279 show, …

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The Roxy Hotel Rings in 2016 At Surrealist Ball

In an incredible display of costumery, downtown revelers put their best on show for our Surrealist New Years Eve celebration. Guests were treated to an evening of performances and sounds …

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New Year’s Eve Surrealist Ball

Surreal : very strange or unusual : having the quality of a dream. What better way to bring in the New Year then with a 1970’s Rothschild inspired Surrealist Ball! …

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Mick Rock: The Rise of David Bowie, 1972-1973

This limited edition book of only 1,972 copies, shows intimate backstage shots and over the top live photos from the days of Bowie’s alter ego, Ziggy Stardust. If you can’t get …

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Johnny Fascinator’s Mix for The Roxy Hotel

New week, new tunes. Check out a mix by DJ Lord Fascinator made exclusively for The Roxy: …

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Mudd Club Rummage Sale

Thank you to all who came to last night’s Mudd Club Rummage Sale to support The Bowery Mission Women’s Center. Special thanks to hosts Glenn O’Brien, Maripol, Paul Sevigny and everyone …

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The Invaders

Directed by Prichard Smith and Produced by Craig Brewer (Hustle and Flow, Black Snake Moan), The Invaders digs deep into the history of this never before documented Memphis …

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Perrin Paris SS16 Presentation at Untitled Space in TriBeCa

Perrin is no newbie to the leather game. Founded in 1893 in Saint Junien, France as just a glove designer, the brand has now extended to handbags as well as …

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Mudd Club Benefit for The Bowery Mission

The Mudd Club Rummage Sale is the first and only Mudd Club event Steve Mass has hosted in New York City since its closing in 1981. Sale will …

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Bernstein, Diltz, & Nash at The Django

The Django hosted a lovely evening celebrating photography, music, and American culture legends Joel Bernstein, Henry Diltz, and Graham Nash. Three artists responsible for some of the most iconic imagery …

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Alejandra Sabillon’s Playlist for GrandLife

Last in our series of Halloween playlists, GrandLife DJ Alejandra Sabillon selects the creepy tracks. You’ve got the music, now get to that party. Happy Halloween! For more of …

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Alix Brown’s Playlist for GrandLife

Next in our series of Halloween playlists, GrandLife DJ Alix Brown, has put together a nostalgic and haunting selection of rock n roll and soul featuring The Sonics, Lavern Baker, …

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In The Halloween Spirit with Posteritati

Posteritati, named “the best place to be reminded that all film art isn’t on-screen” by The Village Voice and one of SoHo’s best independent shops by Time Out New York, is one of …

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Justin Dean Thomas’ Playlist for GrandLife

We’re getting into the Halloween spirit with a series of spooky playlists from our GrandLife DJ’s. First up, Justin Dean Thomas shares some of his favorite Halloween songs in our …

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Day Tripper: Top 5 Autumn Destinations To Explore in Under 24 Hours 

Longing to take in Autumn’s crisp air and colors but only have a day to do so? We take you to five destinations that don’t require weeks off to feel …

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Miles Robbins’ Playlist for GrandLife

Check out our newest Spotify playlist from GrandLife DJ Miles Robbins. A little bit of disco and funk from across the globe. Catch Miles’ set weekly at The …

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Spotlight on: The Menu at The Roxy

Coming from a fine dining background working in Michelin star restaurants such as Gilt, Marea, and The Breslin for over 7 years, we’re excited to have Chef Joseph Abbruzzese creating …

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