New Year Gets Set Off with A Sultry Bang of
in Brooklyn are often a lively, eclectic affair.
A crew of people called The Danger (TheDanger.com)
created a fun-filled party called New Lost City
in Williamsburg for the kick-off of 2008.
This New Year’s Eve event contained plenty
of eye candy and bubbly sparkling wine to spare.
There were dancers dressed in Japanese attire
“popping” and “locking”
while two other entertainers were dancing in
a suspended fabric, which was attached to the
ceiling. These professionals created contorted
moves and sexy poses while in mid-air.
Some casino games were on hand; the bar was
jam-packed and the peppermint hot chocolate
gem-of-a-cocktail sealed the deal quite right.
Fire dancers in the moon-lit sky created a striking
sight. New Years Eve was a cool, bright start
to 2008 at this random warehouse on a warm January