The cast of "Mad Men" including January Jones, John Slattery, Jon Hamm, Elisabeth Moss, and Christina Hendricks gathered at the MoMA in New York City for a special screening of the AMC hit. Katie Couric, Andy Cohen, Coco Rocha, Diane Sawyer, Tate Donovan, Lindsay Ellingson, Colin Jost, and Kelly Rutherford were among attendees, who toasted to the final season of "Mad Men."
Magnolia Pictures and The Cinema Society along with Dior Beauty hosted a special screening of "Serena" at the Landmark Sunshine Cinema in New York City. The viewing brought out the film's stars Bradley Cooper and Jennifer Lawrence, as well as Patricia Clarkson, Ivanka Trump, Kelly Rutherford, Pablo Schreiber, Nicky Hilton, Nolan Gerard, Jill Martin, Beth Ostrosky Stern, Dan Abrams, Jeremy Piven, Josh Lucas, and Victor Garber.
Elisabeth Moss, Jason Biggs, and Bryce Pinkham star in the Broadway revival of Wendy Wasserstein's "The Heidi Chronicles." Directed by Pam MacKinnon, opening night brought out Patricia Clarkson, Rose Byrne, John Slattery, Alessandro Nivola, Jane Seymour, Sebastian Stan, Chris Noth, Margarita Levieva, Justin Bartha, and Jackie Cruz.
"Divergent" mania has officially descended upon New York City, as the stars of "The Divergent Series: Insurgent" make the media rounds to promote "Insurgent." Several of the cast including Theo James, Shailene Woodley, Ansel Elgort, Miles Teller, Ashley Judd, Mekhi Phifer, Octavia Spencer, Jai Courtney, and Zoe Kravitz attended a special screening of the film at the Ziegfeld Theater.
The 30th Annual Guild Hall Academy of the Arts Lifetime Achievement Awards toasted to artistic achievement during a celebration at Sotheby’s. Martin Short presented Matthew Broderick with his award for Performing Arts, Robert Caro presented Jules Feiffer with the award for Literary-Media Arts, Laurie Anderson presented Ralph Gibson with the award for Visual Arts, and Michael Lynne presented Linda and Harry Macklowe with the Special Award for Leadership and Philanthropic Endeavors.
150 philanthropic attendees indulged in a spectacular late-winter menu showcasing black truffles during the 18th annual Sunday Supper at Restaurant Daniel. Hosted by Chef Daniel Boulud, "Black Truffles and Blue Jeans" raised $720,000 for Citymeals-on-Wheels, which is the equivalent of 112,150 meals for the organization. To prepare the one-of-a-kind meal, Chef Boulud was accompanied by Chef Jacques Chibois from La Bastide Saint Antoine in Grasse, France, as well as Chef Markus Glocker of Bâtard Restaurant and Chef Gabriel Kreuther, who prepared canapés.
Former Children's Museum of the East End (CMEE) Board President, Amy Tarr, served as emcee for the annual CMEE in the City dinner. Held at the Bowery Hotel in New York City, the evening paid tribute to Hollis Forbes, Jackie Mitchell, and Reggie Van Lee. CMEE now serves over 60,000 visitors each year, addresses vital needs in the community, and is poised for a very bright future due to the trios incredible efforts. CMEE in the City raised $200,000 for the Bridgehampton-based children's museum.
No sitting on a beach in St. Barth's or hitting the slopes of Aspen this winter for Southampton philanthropist Jean Shafiroff. Instead, the busy Mrs. Shafiroff has been zigzagging across the country to promote several organizations near and dear to her heart. In mid-February, the Shafiroff's opened their splendid Park Avenue apartment for their New York pals to learn more about The New York City Mission Society's April Gala.
"SNL" alum, former hosts, musical guests, and current cast members gathered at 30 Rock to honor the 40th anniversary of the iconic show during a 3 1/2 hour NBC special. The hilarious tribute featured a mash up of old and new sketches featuring the likes of Billy Crystal, Tina Fey, Jimmy Fallon, Amy Poehler, Chevy Chase, Emma Stone, Will Ferrell, Molly Shannon, Chris Farley, Maya Rudolph, Dan Aykroyd, Mike Myers, Kristen Wiig, Justin Timberlake, John Belushi, Melissa McCarthy, Andy Samberg, Chris Rock, Seth Meyers, and many more.
Following his retirement from baseball, New York Yankees icon Derek Jeter has launched a new media platform that will allow fans intimate access to the games they love through the voices of athletes. The launch party was attended by Vivica Fox, New York Mets ace Matt Harvey, New England Patriots' Rob Gronkowski, Common, Seattle Seahawks' Russell Wilson, Kal Penn, Billy Magnussen, Luis B. Ortiz, and former New York Jets Antonio Cromartie.