A new museum exhibit traces the development of salsa and the broader context that produced the musical style, specifically the immigrant culture of New York City. It looks fascinating and informative and also like it will have you extremely motivated to step up your dance skills this summer.
Not sure why it’s so warm and muggy here in New York City, but maybe we’ll get some properly crisp weather eventually. Until then, let’s just admire the autumnal style of these three cool kids.
One of the reasons New York is really funny — and annoying — is because the city has "socialites": Self-important, wealthy women with ridiculous names (Byrdie Bell, Tinsley Mortimer, Susan Shin, Carrie Cloud, Valesca Guerrand-Hermes) who like to go to parties where they buy "tables" so that they can wear expensive…