B out in NYC...This Weekend!

There's a lot going on this weekend, so where will you find the time?
Take a peak at what's going on in NYC...

What: Dining for Darfur
When: Sunday April 29th
Where: All over NYC, and a few other select cities
Why: You can dine at top restaurants like Nobu, Ono and BLT Prime, and have 5% of the proceeds donated to help initiatives in Darfur and Chad.
Info: Click here for a list of participating restaurants.

What: PJ Morton Band NYC album release party
When: Friday April 27th
Where: Joe's Pub
Why: Because you need to be on this bandwagon...PJ has a cult following, and now you have the chance to see what all the hype is about!

What: Hourglass Events presents - Boutique Finesse Anniversary Party
When: Saturday Aprl 28th
Where: Loft NYC
Why: It's a free celebration of fly style and glamorous people. Oh, and The-B-Life and The Fashion Bomb will be in the house too. Did I mention it's free?
RSVP: Click here

What: Breaking Into Television Seminar
When: Saturday April 28th
Where: The Apollo Theater
Why: MTV's Sway and producers from top networks will share their experiences in the TV business and give you ideas on how to break in. ("If it's free it's fro me!)
Registration: Click here, then follow the links.

What: Coffee & Tea Festival - NYC
When: April 28th & 29th
Where: Metropolitan Pavillion (125 W. 28th St.)
Why: Because there's more to life than Starbucks.
More info: Click here

What: Billion Dollar Babes Sample Sale
When: April 27th-29th
Where: The Altman Building (135 W. 18th St. - btw. 6th & 7th)
Why: It's the perfect introduction to sample sales. Check out frocks from Alvin Valley, T Bags, Black Halo, and more!
More info: Click here

What: The Art of Shopping Sample Sale
When: April 27th-29th
Where: 72 Greene St.
Why: It's a denim fest with Hudson, 575's, True Religion and more!
More info: Click here

What: Monet Exhibit
When: April 27th - june 15th
Where: Wildenstein & Company (19 E. 64th St.)
Why: With over 60 works from both public and private collections, it's well worth the $10 admission fee ($5 for students)!
More info: Click here

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