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Gold Skate Crew


Our friends from Patina Rentals threw the party of the year on Thursday at The 1896 that we will not soon forget and some of us will never forget. I’m talking real tattoos to always remember the night by. The Color Condition debuted their collaboration project with Patina at the party and it was out of this […]

Skating in BK

Greenpoint Ice Skating Rink

Our unseasonably warm, 60 degree weather is back just in time for the first weekend of ice skating at the McCarren Park Pool located on the Greenpoint-Williamsburg border. If you don’t have skates, don’t worry. You can rent them for $5. The rink is open 11am-10pm every day of the week through January. All of […]

Celebrate With Us

We’ve teamed up with The Foundry and Michael Stuart NY to create the most memorable and festive holiday parties around. We’re offering all inclusive packages so that the evening is worry free for you and your colleagues or family. Get in touch for more details!  

The Wythe Hotel

The Wythe Hotel

Looking for something to do this weekend or planning a trip to NYC in the near future? You must check out the new shop by Caron Callahan in the Wythe Hotel! The shop is filled with women’s and men’s clothing and accessories, gifts, baby clothes, jewelry and some great travel essentials.  Our dear friend Jessa Blades curated […]

A Floral Workshop Series

floral workshop

When Juliet and I launched P&P almost 6 years ago we quickly realized how little we knew and how much there was to learn. Although we've gained unimaginable amounts of knowledge about designing and executing events over those years, we still recognize today that there is always more to learn. The journey never ends and […]

Wild Medicine


We are so excited about the new ‘Wild Medicine’ exhibition going on at the NYBG. The show opens on the 18th of this month and runs through September. With information on how plants are used by a a diverse group of cultures for everything from medicine to cosmetics, it is sure to be a super fascinating […]



I remember being a small child and hearing about Imelda Marcos (and her shoes) and thinking, “What’s so wrong with that?”  There’s something kooky and campy and slightly dark about about her whole persona, which is why I’m dying to see Here Lies Love at the the Public Theater.  Created by David Byrne with help […]

Meat on the south side


         We’ve heard all the hooplah about Briskettown on the South side of Williamsburg, but never worked up the nerve to battle the crowd of people who try to make their way through this small spot each night. They tend to sell out of meat so often they even have a  URL […]