Tonight in New York City: Visit a seriously scary haunted house, meet the writers of The Late Show with David Letterman, or celebrate 20 years of CrazySexyCool. By Carly Petrone.
Zebra Cake & Friday Night Dancestravaganza
Spend your Friday night at Beauty Bar. Starting at 8 p.m., Adam Manawala (Funny or Die), Josh Homer (Comedy Central’s Live at Gotham), and Josh Carter (Collegehumor) host a night of comedy, featuring some pretty hilarious guests. Have a few cocktails (or a manicure) and stick around for the Friday Night Dancestravaganza, which begins at 11 p.m. DJ Omri S. Quire will be spinning everything from soul to new wave so come ready to dance. Party goes until 4 a.m. and admission is free.
Radio City Christmas Spectacular
It’s that time of year again, when Radio City lights up for the holidays. Get your ticket to see the Christmas Spectacular and be a part of opening night. The Rockettes are all dolled up and ready to show off their winter wonderland. Share in the joy with Santa, the Nutcracker, and the Living Nativity. Tickets range from $45-$108 and show starts at 7 p.m.
Party Like It’s 1999: CrazySexyCool November Edition
It’s hard to believe it’s been twenty years since TLC’s CrazySexyCool album came out so why not celebrate the 90’s the way Chili, T-Boz, and Left Eye would have – at an awesome dance party! Head over to The Bell House and start belting out your favorite songs from the all-girl trio. Who knows, maybe you’ll find your soul mate while dressed in your best flannel and Doc Martens. Party starts at 10:30 p.m. and admission is free.
Just because Halloween has come and gone doesn’t mean you can’t check out one of the scariest haunted houses in NYC. Blood Manor, the 5,000 square foot attraction maximizes your fears with corridors, themed rooms, and a labyrinth of passageways. Actors and performers will leave you screaming with their creepy antics but isn’t that part of the fun? Tickets are $30 and tours run until 1 a.m.
An Evening with Late Show with David Letterman Writers
Hang out with the writers of The Late Show with David Letterman tonight. The Paley Center welcomes these talented and funny wordsmiths to the stage to talk about what it’s like to create material every weeknight. As the show prepares to enter its final year on the air, it’s the perfect time to discuss what really goes on behind the scenes. Tickets are $25 for members, $35 for general public. Event starts at 6 p.m.