Watching “How to Make It in America,” a slick, hipster dramedy about two best friends trying to make it big with their fashion line in New York City. Great soundtrack, solid acting (Bound’s Gina Gershon is still hot as hell), and an actual exploration of entrepreneurship. Watch the trailer.
In one episode, when the nightclub shuts down, someone yells: Let’s go! I know a sweet spot in Chinatown.
This reminded me of a killer bash we threw at our loft on East Broadway–DJ mixing, photographer, green room, white room, etc. It was around 4 a.m., and I was ready for the night to slow down. Standing in the kitchen, I realized I didn’t recognize anyone in the room, and then I overheard a chick talking on her cell phone, saying: You should come on over, we’re at the coolest, funky underground club in Chinatown. I told her, “This is my apartment,” asked her and her friends to leave, but deep down inside, I felt pretty chuffed. #howtopartylikearockstar