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The New York Rangers recently hosted its annual Casino Night charity event, where they raised over $200,000 for the city's needy children through the Garden of Dreams Foundation. And while we give them all a virtual high five for a job well done, what we're really excited about is the post-event pics, featuring the teams biggest studs in some of the snazziest suits, ever. (New York Rangers)
The schools in Hurricane Sandy's wake have been through tons of turmoil, and students have had to miss out on so many things. Luckily, they're getting some help in the form of Rent The Runway's new Dream Prom program — the site will be throwing a dance for one of the affected schools. High schools can put themselves in the running until March 15, and a final winner will be announced next month, so spread the good word. (Rent The Runway)
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Shipley & Halmos just gave its website a major facelift, and we can't get enough of the new S&H Journal. Check out the very first interview piece, a chat with the drummer behind indie band Grizzly Bear. (S&H Journal)
We'd be lying if we said we haven't been lusting after a Birkin bag for, well, ages. Now, thanks to the new contest from Rue La La, you could have a coveted It Bag to call your very own. All you have to do is join the site, invite your friends, and cross your fingers. (Rue La La)
NYC travelers, your business trips are about to get a whole lot better. A brand new Shake Shack is coming to JFK airport, meaning you can wait out delays with a custard in hand. (Grub Street)
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