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Sean Evans

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Sean Evans

During his tenure as a gossip columnist for the New York Daily News, Sean spent several thousand hours in nightclubs all over the world. Aside from a number of formidable hangovers, the experience has left him with a deep understanding of the nightlife world and mentality. You're most likely to find him in a darkened corner of some establishment, Scotch in hand, dancing awkwardly. During the days, he writes for ESPN The Magazine, CityUnlisted and Gotham Magazine. Follow him on Twitter via @NightlifeSean.


XVI Article
NYC’s New Rooftop Lounge is Versailles In The Sky   June 9, 2011
By: Sean Evans

Manhattan's latest rooftop offering — XVI — mixes traditional French decor with modern touches to create a relaxed and comfortable atmosphere high above the city.

Tenjune Article
Around the Scene: May 26, 2011   May 26, 2011
By: Sean Evans

Red 7 Nightclub in St. Louis shuts down and Tenjune and Simyone Lounge Co-owner Mark Birnbaum is sued for sexual harassment. Meanwhile, Rhode Island city officials introduce staggered closing times, Wet Republic prepares for Vegas dayclub season and more.

Sleep No More Article
When Theater and Nightlife Merge, Everyone Wins   May 26, 2011
By: Sean Evans

"Sleep No More," a dark, sexually charged piece of interactive theater is the latest offering from entertainment maven Randy Weiner.

Jimmy at The James Article
David Rabin Helps Turn SoHo Around With Hotel Lounge   May 26, 2011
By: Sean Evans

Jimmy at The James hotel is the latest nightlife haute spot from David Rabin. The lounge welcomes a new crowd of tastemakers while reinvigorating the SoHo neighborhood.

South Pointe Article
New Venues Breathe Life into Hamptons Club Scene   May 12, 2011
By: Sean Evans

Two new and diverse spaces shake up the Hamptons nightclub mix just in time for the 2011 summer season.

Venugo Article
NYC Clubs Use Software to Compete for Patronage   May 12, 2011
By: Sean Evans

New software allows guests to book special events directly with New York City bars and clubs. Customers can watch establishments vie for their patronage without ever leaving their computers.

Patron behavior Article
Fight Club   May 2, 2011
By: Sean Evans

Violence in and around nightlife venues appears to be on the rise. No average clubgoer expects to be injured during his or her night on the town, and no venue owner expects it will happen on his or her property. Who is to blame for these reprehensible actions?

Limelight Article
Nightlife Movie in the ‘Limelight’   April 28, 2011
By: Sean Evans

Magnolia Pictures recently purchased filmmaker Billy Corben’s latest documentary “Limelight,” which chronicles the rise and spectacular fall of club scion Peter Gatien. The movie premiered at the Tribeca Film Festival on April 23.

Crowded Nightclub Article
Vodka’s VIP Treatment   April 28, 2011
By: Sean Evans

Vodka always has been nightclubs' stock standard choice for bottle-service spirits. Although sales fell ever-so-slightly when the recession hit, the clear liquor is back with a vengeance, dominating club tabletops once again.

Webster Hall Article
Around The Scene: April 28, 2011   April 28, 2011
By: Sean Evans

NYC's Webster Hall turns 125, Volume becomes Seattle's first fully licensed dance venue and a Kansas City pastor holds church services in a local nightclub while Nikki Beach is set to open in Las Vegas and the International Music Summit revs up.



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