Abu Dhabi NYU, The Soup Nazi Returns, And Does Derek Blasberg Get Paid To Go To Parties?

60 pianos have been installed at landmarks all over Manhattan as part of an art installation touring the world.....Pick a spot and channel your inner Mozart. (AP)

might be the smartest magazine out there. Joe Zee's twitter account helps too. (Styleite)

Still miss Domino? Well, welcome Lonny, the NY based replacement of interior design magazines. It looks like a print magazine. It acts like a print magazine. But if offers Web-only benefits like zoomable images and content-rich PDF files. (New York Times)
Fern Mallis is a genius. She created "Fashion Week" and now she is getting a Humanitarian Award at Concern Worldwide. Props to Mrs. Mallis. (Design Taxi)
The "Original Soupman" aka the Soup Nazi is returning to the tiny location that started it all. Visit Al Yeganeh at his West 55th Street grub hub—but don't ask for a napkin because you'll never get one. (Grub Street)
NYU is really taking over the world—and they are just as selective as ever. 90% of NYU Abu Dhabi's incoming class is bilingual, with an average SAT score of 1445. Is this for real? We're guessing the SATC2 gals aren't enrolled. (Gothamist)
Most people would pay for a spot on the guest list of a prime designer's next shindig. Not Derek Blasberg. According to Jezebl, the Style.com writer may have gotten paid $2500 to show up to a party. (Jezebel)