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Dylan Lauren Unwraps Her Sweet Side at Book Launch Bash

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    Founder of Schmaltz Brewing Co. Jeremy Cowan and Coney Island Sideshow frontman Donny Vomit took Niteside through the annual Freaktoberfest kick-off event for NY Craft Beer Week. Held at Park Slope's "The Rock Shop," brewers from across the state poured savory brews while Vomit and his troupe provided equally unsavory entertainment. Warning: Graphic content. (Published Monday, Sep 27, 2010)

    Candy queen Dylan Lauren welcomed throngs of guest to her spiffy Upper East Side store, Dylan’s Candy Bar, for the launch of her new book, “Dylan's Candy Bar: Unwrap Your Sweet Life” last night.

    The author and mogul caught up with alice+olivia designer Stacey Bendet-Eisner -- who had a sweet surprise of her own! Not only is it the fashionista's birthday today, but she confessed to Niteside last night that she's pregnant with her second baby. And a baby bump is of course going to influence her Halloween costume this year.

    Meet Coney Island Freakshow Frontman Donny Vomit

    [FREEL] Meet Coney Island Freakshow Frontman Donny Vomit
    Founder of Schmaltz Brewing Co. Jeremy Cowan and Coney Island Sideshow frontman Donny Vomit took Niteside through the annual Freaktoberfest kick-off event for NY Craft Beer Week. Held at Park Slope's "The Rock Shop," brewers from across the state poured savory brews while Vomit and his troupe provided equally unsavory entertainment. Warning: Graphic content. (Published Monday, Sep 27, 2010)

    “I’m thinking of going as a pregnant prom queen … or maybe a sort of gothic bride, where I would tar a wedding dress and paint my face white?” she said.

    But bringing it back to candy, the designer told us, “One year my best friend my sister and I all went as M&Ms. … That was so fun!” But there are other perks to being pregnant than having a Halloween costume in the bag.

    Marketing Queen Katie Longmyer Brings Disco to the Hudson River

    [NTSD] Marketing Queen Katie Longmyer Brings Disco to the Hudson River
    Katie Longmyer, veteran promoter and owner of Good Peoples, talked to Niteside aboard the Clipper City Tallship this weekend. Vinyl-toting DJs Lloydski and Prince Language spun an eclectic mix of Disco that ranged from Sylvester to Glass Candy and the crowd danced all along the Hudson. (Published Tuesday, Sep 14, 2010)

    “It’s amazing how much money you’re saving when you’re not buying coffee or alcohol,” she told us. Which means there’s more to splurge on fun, festive sweets for this year’s trick-o-treaters.