Rich Coastal Brats Still Partying Like It's 1999, Times Can't Underscore Enough

You'd be forgiven if you'd mistakenly thought you were experiencing déjà vu as you thumbed through the Sunday New York Times, as two nearly identical front-page features ran in the Styles and Business sections. Each offered its own, fellated love letter to an emergent breed of carefree young fucks.

The first — bearing the headline "The Night Is Young" and accompanied by a large color photograph of a roomful of inebriated twentysomethings in rut — documents a number of budding Hamptons nightlife impresarios who "themselves are barely old enough to drink." The second — bearing the headline "In Silicon Valley, the Night is Still Young" and accompanied by a large color photograph of another roomful of inebriated twentysomethings in rut — details the "time warp" currently underway in "California's tech land," a magical realm where bubbles grow to the size of small planets and working at Airbnb is cause in and of itself to party the night away and/or investigate dormant lesbian impulses on a dance floor.

Rest assured, however, that for everyone in-between, the night is definitely in full bloom. [NYT, NYT]