Larry David, Cheryl Hines, Jeff Garlin, Susie Essman, and J.B. Smoove were among "Curb Your Enthusiasm" stars that came out to support the season 9 premiere at SVA Theater in Manhattan. Keegan-Michael Key, Aida Turturro, Mark Feuerstein, John Oliver, Bryant Gumbel, Andrew Rannells, and Robert Kennedy Jr. were also in attendance, while an After Party at TAO Downtown brought out Aziz Ansari, "SNL" star Pete Davidson and many more.
The Surf Lodge's Concert Series continued with a special performance from Jakob Dylan and The Wallflowers and Miss Velvet and the Blue Wolf.
Jean Shafiroff hosted her annual luncheon/symposium at Le Cirque in support of the New York Women's Foundation, which will have its gala on Monday, October 2, at the Plaza. This year's topic was criminal justice and prison reform.
The second annual edition of "The Bridge," presented by Swiss watch manufacturer Richard Mille, returned to The Bridge golf club - the Bridgehampton Race Circuit's former home. Attendees admired over 100 rare and vintage cars and an art fair that highlighted works from six prestigious galleries. The invite-only event brought out Beyonce and Jay-Z, Swizz Beatz, Donna Karan, Gabby Karan de Felice, Flaviana Matata, Lyor Cohen, Andy Thomas, Robert Melville, David Fink, Roger and Wendy Ferris, Howard Lorber, Jeff Goldberger, Stuart Parr, Vito Schnabel, David Mugrabi, Christopher Pagani, Silke and Savas Tsititridis, Woody Boley, Joey Wolffer, and Vladimir Voronchenko.
LongHouse Reserve commemorated exceptional landscape design and creativity during its annual Landscape Awards Luncheon. The afternoon, which featured a pre-awards lecture at Hoie Hall at St. Luke’s Church in East Hampton, honored Deborah Nevins and Kris Jarantoski.
Hammer Towing, 27 Eats, Bartlett Tree Care, Blocks, Tructs, & Art, Bridgehampton Fire Department, Diversified Services, Green Thumb, Mr. Softee, Peconic Bay Medical Center, S&P Sanitation, and Suffolk Cement visited the Children's Museum of the East End in Bridgehampton for the 3rd annual Big Truck Day.
More than 270 New Yorkers gathered as the Green-Wood Historic Fund presented its highest honor to Dozier Hasty and Nancy Havens-Hasty, longtime Brooklyn Heights residents and advocates of the borough’s cultural life during Green-Wood’s tenth annual fundraising gala. The gala proceeds, which totaled over $200,000, will support the restoration of the landmarked Weir Greenhouse, which will open in early 2018 and Green-Wood’s planned Education & Welcome Center to be built directly adjacent to the greenhouse.
Designer Domenico Vacca hosted a Fashion Presentation at the Manhattan Domenico Vacca outpost that included an art exhibition featuring Domingo Zapata.
The inaugural Chita Rivera Awards for Dance and Choreography, recognizing the work of choreographers and dancers on Broadway, Off-Broadway, and on film, was held at the Al Hirschfeld Theatre. Tony Award winner Bebe Neuwirth hosted the soiree, which featured performances from A Bronx Tale, Come From Away, and the revival of Sweet Charity. New York City Ballet’s Antonio "Nino" Vendome, Chairman of The Vendome Group, was honored with Chita Rivera Award for Outstanding Contribution to the Arts and Humanities.
The Sag Harbor Chamber of Commerce partnered with the Sag Harbor Partnership for a new Sag Harbor HarborFest closing night party that supported the Partnership's Sag Harbor Cinema restoration efforts.