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Nicolas Cage Channeling Humphrey Bogart For Into the Spider-Verse

BEGIN SLIDESHOW Nicolas Cage channeling Humphrey Bogart for Into the Spider-Verse Oscar-winning actor Nicolas Cage is diving back into the comic book genre with the highly-anticipated animated film, Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse, in which he will portray the alternate version of the titular character, Spider-Man Noir, as he interacts with other iterations of himself in a multiverse. Cage sat down with Entertainment Weekly to discuss his method in preparing for the role of Noir, a dark...
Tags: Movies, Brooklyn, Phil Lord, Liev Schreiber, Hailee Steinfeld, Nicolas Cage, Humphrey Bogart, Cage, Miles, Phil, Humphrey, Peter Parker, Spider Gwen, Edward G Robinson, Christopher Miller, Miles Morales


Remodeling 101: 8 Sources for Used Appliances

If you drive a secondhand car, you’re well aware of the pros and cons of buying used machinery. But did you know you could shop the same way for a fridge or a stove or a mixer? We didn’t until years back, when architect Elizabeth Roberts told us she found her Wolf range on Craigslist (see page 82 of the Remodelista book). Now we’re noticing more and more appliances sourced at a discount on sites like this (see, for example, The House that Craigslist Built and A Buzzfeed Founder’s Renovated Rowho...
Tags: Books, New York, Craigslist, Budget, Ebay, Chicago, Brooklyn, House, Queens, Paris, Philadelphia, Appliances, Kitchenaid, Bosch, Kitchens, Wolf


John Calder, Publisher Who Introduced Beckett, Burroughs, And ‘Last Exit To Brooklyn’ To Brits, Dead At 91

“[He] helped introduce British readers to continental writers including Eugene Ionesco, Marguerite Duras and Alain Robbe-Grillet, and also championed edgy Americans, publishing Henry Miller’s Tropic of Cancer and William S. Burroughs’ The Naked Lunch.” In 1966 he was convicted of obscenity for publishing Hubert Selby’s gritty novel “Last Exit to Brooklyn. The conviction was overturned on appeal, in a landmark free-speech case.”
Tags: Art, People, Brooklyn, Henry Miller, William S Burroughs, Alain Robbe Grillet, Hubert Selby, 08.15.18, John Calder, Beckett Burroughs, Eugene Ionesco Marguerite Duras


On Our Radar: 4 Up-and-Coming Ceramicists to Watch in Maine

We’ve written about ceramics and the talented ceramicists who create them from all corners of the globe—from Portugal to London to North Carolina—so it only made sense to highlight a few from Maine, a place where the artisan spirit is not only alive, but flourishing (in fact, we’re celebrating it all week). On our radar: A new collection from a perennial favorite, a 14th-generation artisan, and more. Here’s a look. Ariela Kuh Above: In the coastal community of Lincolnville, Maine, ceramicis...
Tags: Books, Japan, London, Brooklyn, Maine, House, Portugal, Union, Ceramics, North Carolina, Michael, Midcoast Maine, Rockport Maine, LINCOLNVILLE Maine, Hanako Nakazato, Product Discoveries


Tools & Craft #103: How Drawbore Pins Work

Since we introduced Ray Iles's draw borepins last fall, we've gotten a ton of questions about why real ones such as these work better than concentric tapered pins - that is, pins that are sometimes misconstrued as drawbore pins but really are just tapered drift pins. Drift pins are just tapered rods, which from any angle look like cones.Traditional drawbore pins, on the other hand, look like drift pins in one dimension, but if you rotated the pin 90 degrees, one side would becomes straight and t...
Tags: Design, Brooklyn, Joel, Joel Moskowitz, Tools for Working Wood, Gramercy Tools, Tools & Craft, Ray Iles


Michael DiTullo on Why Designers Shouldn't Limit Themselves to a Single Product Category

This interview is part of a series featuring the presenters participating in this year's Core77 Conference, "Now What? Launching & Growing Your Creative Business" , a one-day event aimed to equip attendees with tangible skills and toolkits to help produce and promote their products or services. Throughout his professional career, seasoned industrial designer Michael DiTullo has put an emphasis on designing everything instead of pigeonholing himself into a single category. This mentality has n...
Tags: Amazon, Design, Nike, Brooklyn, Ibm, John, Cia, Sears, Frog, Michael, Designer Profiles, LLC, Raymond Loewy, Haan, Sound United, Hartmut Esslinger


This Is How Lyric McHenry Should Be Remembered

Lyric McHenry was my friend. We worked together at Refinery29 and she became more than just my work wife. She was one of my close friends.We both made our careers in and cared deeply about media. As such, I can’t be silent about the way she is being portrayed in the press in the wake of her death. She deserves better. This is how I remember Lyric.Lyric and I started as interns together in June of 2016. I was fresh out of college, unsure of who I was going to be. Lyric, on the other hand, knew e...
Tags: Fashion, Music, Stanford, Brooklyn, Maya, Lyric, EJ Johnson, Sarah Huckabee Sanders, Lyric McHenry, Lyric Lyric


10 Fun Things to Do Before the Start of Fall Semester

Get in those last-chance summer adventures while you can! Unsplash As the weather has turned from hot, to hotter, to hottest I realize that can only mean one thing: it's almost time for satan to take us back to his fiery lair (ick school time!!!) The worst part? I have spent my summer doing the LEAST a.k.a. sleeping, eating, and working. So, here's to the end of summer lighting a fire under my booty and hopefully yours too!  Here are 10 last chance, last minute things to do before summer is o...
Tags: Hbo, College, Summer, America, Brooklyn, Gillian Flynn, Smorgasburg, Greenwich Village, College Life, Summer fun, Fun Activities, Topshop Urban Outfitters


The coolest US neighbourhoods revealed - and Brooklyn doesn't make the cut

The site posted its pick of the 14 trendiest 'hoods [Author: Helen Coffey]
Tags: US, Brooklyn, Helen Coffey


Shorties (Anthony Bourdain Fan Fiction, A New Cat Power Song, and more)

Helen Rosner recommended Anthony Bourdain fan fiction at the New Yorker. Stream a new Cat Power song (that features Lana Del Rey). Vol. 1 Brooklyn interviewed author Brian Alan Ellis. Stream three new Mountain Man songs. features a new essay by A. M. Homes. Stream a new song by Justus Proffit and Jay Som. Ada Limon discussed her new poetry collection The Carrying with BOMB. Stream a new Doe Paoro song. R. O. Kwan talked book tour food with Grub Street. Stream a ne...
Tags: Music, David, Brooklyn, Anthony Bourdain, Justus Proffit, Doe Paoro, Atomic Books Comics Preview, Kwan, Christian Kracht, Madeline Kenney, Helen Rosner, Ling Ma, Lana Del Rey Vol, Brian Alan Ellis Stream, Jay Som Ada Limon, Stereogum Literary Hub


David Rothenberg, set afire by his dad in Buena Park 35 years ago, dies at 42

A man left severely scarred when set afire as a boy by his dad at a Buena Park motel more than three decades ago, who went on to befriend Michael Jackson and become a respected, optimistic Las Vegas artist, has died at the age of 42. An accomplished contemporary conceptual artist, Dave Dave – David Rothenberg until casting aside the last name of his father – was left with life-long scars from his father’s attempt on his life in 1983. But friends say despite the betrayal and violence in his child...
Tags: New York, News, Los Angeles, Sport, Dave, David, Soccer, Brooklyn, Bernadette Peters, Las Vegas, Jackson, Michael Jackson, Orange County, King, Gibbons, Larry King


Monsters On The Horizon – “Mr. Scary” (Video)

Transcending new music is making a run again in the East Coast, watch the official video premiere for “Mr. Scary” by Brooklyn based trap/rock/rap band Monsters On The Horizon.
Tags: Videos, Brooklyn, Jazz, East Coast, Monsters On The Horizon


Want To Make The World Better? Here Are 3 Women Doing Just That

If you've spent the better part of the past year thinking about how you can do something good — mentor a teen, donate your clothes (or your cash) to those in need, or take part in a beach cleanup, for example — you're not alone. With all that's going on in the world, spreading good vibes and giving back matters more now than ever, because the way we see it: good creates good. Gap wholeheartedly agrees and, as such, launched Gap For Good. This initiative is designed to not only support the brand...
Tags: Fashion, Music, New York, New York City, Brooklyn, El Salvador, Giselle, Teen Vogue, Solange Franklin Solange, Johanna Toruño Johanna, Gap Mid Rise True, Emilia Ortiz Emilia


Investigators focus on 5 areas in search for Iowa student

BROOKLYN, Iowa (AP) — Authorities investigating the disappearance of an Iowa college student are focusing on five areas in and near her hometown. Twenty-year-old Mollie Tibbetts was last seen July 18, jogging in Brooklyn in central Iowa. The areas of interest are: her boyfriend’s home in Brooklyn; a carwash; a truck stop; a farm more […]
Tags: News, Ap, Brooklyn, Iowa, Nation & World, Brooklyn Iowa, Mollie Tibbetts


Lakers will join NBA 2K League next season, pushing into SoCal eSports

A whole new kind of Lakers team will appear in Los Angeles next year – one that plays basketball through pixels and lines of code. The Lakers are one of four franchises that will join the NBA 2K League next season, expanding the NBA’s gaming league from 17 to 21 teams. The Atlanta Hawks, Brooklyn Nets and Minnesota Timberwolves are also adding franchises to the video game league. For the Lakers, the venture into eSports represents expanding the franchise’s already sizable footprint into the gami...
Tags: New York, Sports, Los Angeles, Sport, Soccer, Brooklyn, Fifa, Portland, Nba, Kobe Bryant, Oakland, Minnesota Timberwolves, Los Angeles Lakers, Staples Center, Golden State Warriors, Lakers


Isles’ Rookie Barzal and His 3 Big Nights

At the beginning of the 2016-17 season, the New York Islanders took the opportunity to see how their two first-round picks from the 2015 draft would perform at the NHL level. Mathew Barzal, drafted 16th, and Anthony Beauvillier, drafted 28th, were both 19 years old at the time. Barzal was slightly favored to make the team, although both played well enough in training camp to make fringe veteran players nervous about losing their roster spots. In the end, it was Beauvillier who impressed the coac...
Tags: Usa, Sport, Brooklyn, Rangers, Detroit Red Wings, Hockey, NHL, New York Rangers, New York Islanders, Islanders, Toronto Maple Leafs, Barclays Center, Colorado Avalanche, Henrik Lundqvist, Andy Marlin, Avs


QUICK HITS: Pandora • Eventbrite + Picatic • AEG, BSE Global • John Mellencamp • Dolly Parton

Pandora has named Heidi Anne-Noel to the new post of Senior Manager, Communications. She will oversee outreach to the music press and music industry. Anne-Noel comes to Pandora from Press Here. She previously served as VP of Publicity at Capitol Records. • Digital ticketing service and event platform Eventbrite announced the acquisition of Picatic, a Vancouver-based ticketing, and event registration platform. Picatic, which was founded in 2008, bills itself as a crowdfunding platform for ...
Tags: Music, New York, Pandora, Brooklyn, Tennessee, Dolly Parton, Gm, Nashville, Ohio, Vancouver, Eventbrite, Music Business, Music Tech, Bruce Houghton, Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum, Barclays Center


I Tried Samsung's New Galaxy Note9 — & This Is How It Changed My Photos

LED-embedded wristbands worn by audience members glinted in the stands of Brooklyn’s Barclays Center last week, producing an effect akin to cell phone flashlights waving in unison to a slow song at a concert. It was a fitting homage given that onstage, Samsung executives filled the role of performer as they presented the company’s latest entry into the mobile marketplace: The Galaxy Note9, a model that is often considered more of a cross between a phone and a tablet — or, the more cringe-worthy...
Tags: Apple, Fashion, Music, Instagram, Samsung, Brooklyn, Google Maps, Pen, Barclays Center, Advanced Features, Power UpSamsung


Stylish Poster Design by Jose Berrio

Stylish Poster Design by Jose Berrio abduzeedo Aug 14, 2018 Jose Berrio shared a really cool project of personal poster design on his Behance profile. They have all this dirty look, with some very stylish typography and textures. They bring back some old school movie posters, almost punk look. I liked the idea of creating personal projects to not only promote your skills but as away to let people know you are available for new projects. It's a way to d...
Tags: Design, Brooklyn, Jose, Jose Berrio, LCI Bogotá


Judge denies request to move U.S. trial for drug lord ‘El Chapo’

NEW YORK (AP) — A U.S. judge has denied a request by notorious Mexican drug lord Joaquin “El Chapo” Guzman to move his trial. Judge Brian Cogan made the ruling on Tuesday at a hearing in Brooklyn. Guzman’s lawyers said intense security measures used in transporting him from a Manhattan jail for Brooklyn court appearances […]
Tags: New York, News, Brooklyn, Manhattan, Joaquin El Chapo Guzman, Nation & World, Brian Cogan, Brooklyn Guzman


NYC subway riders beat conductor in attack caught on video

NEW YORK (AP) — Police are looking for two irate New York City subway riders who punched a conductor in the face after he announced a train was going express. It happened shortly after 4:30 a.m. Saturday at the Grant Avenue station in Brooklyn. The transit workers’ union, TWU Local 100, says the conductor announced […]
Tags: New York, News, NYC, New York City, Ap, Brooklyn, Grant Avenue, Nation & World


BlacKkKlansman’s Costume Designer On The ’70s Trend To Wear Now

On Friday, Spike Lee’s BlacksKkKlansman, a movie based on a wildly true story about an undercover operation to infiltrate the Ku Klux Klan with a Black detective from Colorado Springs in the ‘70s, opened in theaters. Considering everything old is new again, and that thee silhouettes from the ‘70s are in high demand, we asked costume director Marci Rodgers about the pieces from the film we can wear in real life. Turns out: She’s banking big on denim and fringe.“I love fringe,” Rodgers tells Refi...
Tags: Fashion, Music, New York, La, US, Brooklyn, Spike Lee, Serena Williams, Beacon, Colorado Springs, Angela Davis, Ku Klux Klan, Lee, Rodgers, Howard University, Patrice


Alea Lacta Est… (“the die is cast”) Election 2018

Opinion Alea Lacta Est… (“the die is cast”) Election 2018 USA – -(AmmoLand.com)- As I took pen in hand this day, hypothetically speaking, my goal once more is to impress upon you the absolute seriousness of this critical moment in time for the survival of our republic. And, for you to believe in your heart, that the upcoming midterm elections will be the most important in our Nation's history.Know that President Trump not only knows the stakes, he knows exactly what he is doing like the maste...
Tags: Usa, Guns, Obama, New York City, America, Cnn, Fbi, Brooklyn, House, James Clapper, HRC, Donald Trump, Trump, Patricia, United States of America, Lowe


Alea Iacta Est… (“the die is cast”) Election 2018

Opinion Alea Lacta Est… (“the die is cast”) Election 2018 USA – -(AmmoLand.com)- As I took pen in hand this day, hypothetically speaking, my goal once more is to impress upon you the absolute seriousness of this critical moment in time for the survival of our republic. And, for you to believe in your heart, that the upcoming midterm elections will be the most important in our Nation's history.Know that President Trump not only knows the stakes, he knows exactly what he is doing like the maste...
Tags: Usa, Guns, Obama, New York City, America, Cnn, Fbi, Brooklyn, House, James Clapper, HRC, Donald Trump, Trump, Patricia, United States of America, Lowe


Chloë Grace Moretz Jabs Ex Brooklyn Beckham In Discussion On Celebrity Dating!

Chloë Grace Moretz has purposely stayed silent on the subject of Brooklyn Beckham -- now she's opening up about why. The young Hollywood power couple split in April after over three years of on-again, off-again romance. Brooklyn seemed to move on very quickly, and now maybe Chloë has as well. Related: The Movie Chloë NEVER Wants You To See! In an interview with The Sunday Times, the Miseducation of Cameron Post star detailed the problems with dating -- and going through a breakup -- when you're ...
Tags: Celebs, Hollywood, Brooklyn, Playboy, Brooklyn Beckham, Moretz, Chloe, Brooklyn Beckham Instagram, Cameron Post, Chloë Grace Moretz Jabs Ex Brooklyn Beckham


Premiere: “Hard Love” by Julietta

Going galactic in the latest music video from the pop performer A collage of brilliant bits from the known universe—including galactic star-scapes and jungle flora—the latest music video from Brooklyn’s Julietta, “Hard Love” melts and pops with decisive delight. In the track, breathy vocals drift atop a bright beat supported by guitar, drums and synths. All the while, the tight production acts as an invitation to …
Tags: Music, Design, Music Videos, Culture, Brooklyn, Songwriters, Singers, New Music, Premieres, Julietta


Duster Announce First Show In 18 Years

Earlier this year, Duster went back into the studio for the first time in 18 years and now the band are attached to their first show in the same amount of time. As Brooklyn Vegan points out, they'll be opening up for (Sandy) Alex G at Warsaw in Brooklyn on 12/14, … More »
Tags: Music, Brooklyn, Warsaw, Tour Dates, Brooklyn Vegan, Duster, Sandy Alex G


Keywords Are for Users, Not SEO Abusers

What is the single most important factor for SEO? Is it your sitemap? Is it internal linking? Is it external linking? Is it the quality of inbound links to your site? Is it the relevancy of your domain name? Is it how fast your site loads? Is it your content? Depending on who you ask, the answer to all of these questions is yes. Despite the lack of general consensus among SEO experts as to which of these factors is most important, one thing that can’t be debated is the importance of k...
Tags: Google, Advertising, Seo, Brooklyn, Starbucks, Keywords, LSI, Red Hook, Chapel Hill North Carolina, Francesco Montesanto


The Making of French Montana & Remy Ma “New Thang” with Harry Fraud (Video)

A weeks back I had the chance to connect with Brooklyn’s Harry Fraud for a new episode of Deconstructed. He took us through the step by step process behind the creation of French Montana and Remy Ma’s latest single “New Thang,” which was featured on the Uncle Drew soundtrack. Continue after the jump…
Tags: Videos, Interviews, Montana, Brooklyn, Jazz, Remy Ma, French Montana, Uncle Drew, Harry Fraud, Harry Fraud Video, DECONSTRUCTED, New Thang


Review: The Perfect Mother

Summary: An addictive psychological thriller about a group of women whose lives become unexpectedly connected when one of their newborns goes missing.A night out. A few hours of fun. That’s all it was meant to be.They call themselves the May Mothers—a group of new moms whose babies were born in the same month. Twice a week, they get together in Brooklyn’s Prospect Park for some much-needed adult time. When the women go out for drinks at the hip neighborhood bar, they are looking for a fun break...
Tags: Books, Kerry Washington, Brooklyn, New York Times, Winnie, Prospect Park, Molloy, Midas, Julie P, Aimee Molloy, HarperI