Midwinter can feel like a nightmarish bout of sleep paralysis. You try to move, but you can’t. Your mind is restless but the allure of hibernation outweighs any prospects of genuine motion.
However, on this long flight through the icy hell of winter, if one continues to lay dormant for too long, the risk of deep vein thrombosis becomes a terrifyingly real threat.
On Sunday, the night before President’s day, we are holding an intervention. On top of the city, where the winds blow the hardest, there is a sanctuary. Where the harshest of gusts cease to blow…
We’re talking of course of Le Bain, our home-across-the-river, the city’s best view, and our most nostalgic of old haunts. With the pool closed, it becomes a true dance temple in the sky.
We’ll be joining one of our great friends, and an impeccable selector, Krystal Klear, for a night of uplifting aural stimulation designed to reinvigorate your spirit and cryogenicly preserve your soul.
As always, Le Bain is free, however we highly recommend RSVPing, as the Sunday of President’s Day weekend generally fills up very quickly. The last thing we’d ever want is to leave you out in the cold.