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‘Funny Face’: Film Review

In a rare moment of light, everyday pleasure in the otherwise perma-brooding “Funny Face,” two young Brooklyn lovers build sandwiches from international deli ingredients, accompanied by Serbian butter and sour watermelon pickle, and eat their creations with relish on a bench overlooking the shore. Whether intended or not as a reference to an almost century-old […]
Tags: Reviews, Brooklyn, Festivals, Berlin Film Festival, Tim Sutton, Funny Face


A Week At A University In New York, NY, That Costs $52,000 A Year

Welcome to Money Diaries – College Edition, where we’re tackling what might be the last taboo facing modern women: money. We’re asking college students how they spend their hard-earned money during a seven-day period — and we’re tracking every last dollar.Today: a Student/Technical Assistant at a university that costs $52,000 a year who spends some of her money this week on Ito En Green Tea. Occupation: Student/Technical AssistantIndustry: Higher EdAge: 20Location: New York, NYSalary: $15,600...
Tags: Facebook, Fashion, Music, New York, Minneapolis, Ebay, US, Eu, Walgreens, Brooklyn, Iowa, Mta, Portland, Manhattan, Jesus, Salt Lake City


Event in Chicago Examines How to Recruit Great Talent for Retail

According to the National Retail Federation, the average turnover rate in the retail industry is slightly above 60%. On the other hand, it is 15% for other industries. The Leap TA: Retail event looks to tackle this problem with a two-day event addressing retail talent acquisition. Speakers from Starbucks, IKEA, Walmart, Target, Kroger, Sleep Number and other major brands will address issues that affect their hiring process along with solutions. Some of the sessions will look at how to transform...
Tags: Washington, Sales, Chicago, Brooklyn, National Retail Federation, Houston Texas, Santa Monica Calif, New York City NY, Las Vegas Nev, San Francisco Calif, Small Business Events, Las Vegas Nev Predictive Analytics World, Las Vegas Nev Marketing Analytics Summit Las Vegas, Las Vegas Nev Digital Growth Unleashed Las Vegas, Santa Monica Calif TECHSPO Los Angeles, Dallas Texas National Small Business Week


Current Obsessions: LA Story

Above: Artist/designers Mason St. Peter and Serena Mitnik-Miller, the couple behind General Store in LA and SF and the authors of Abode: Thoughtful Living with Less, are selling their Topanga Canyon house; they’ll be having an open house on Sunday from 1 to 4 pm; go to Canyon Haus for more info. One of our favorite LA shops, Counter-Space, is opening in a new space at 1837 Hyperion Avenue; to celebrate, they’re throwing an opening party on Sunday, February 23 (tamales and sangria on offer). In...
Tags: Books, La, Brooklyn, Paris, Hans Hofmann, Soho, Atlantic Avenue, General Store, Design News, Current Obsessions, LA Story, Serena Mitnik Miller, Mason St Peter, Areaware, La Soufflerie, Hyperion Avenue


Michael Bloomberg hired ad agency Oberland and is trying to find black advertising pros to court black voters

Presidential candidate Michael Bloomberg hired New York-based agency Oberland for a new ad campaign to court black voters and has been trying to hire black advertising employees to work on it, sources close to the project said. Two people who were approached said they wouldn't work for the campaign, citing the former New York City mayor's controversial stop-and-frisk policy, which one called "racist." Bloomberg has apologized for the policy and courted the support of black leaders around the c...
Tags: Facebook, New York, New York City, Elizabeth Warren, Trends, Bloomberg, Brooklyn, Psa, Michael Bloomberg, South Carolina, Bernie Sanders, Mike, Houston Texas, Congressional Black Caucus, Blue Man Group, Black America


Lil Tjay Pays Tribute To Pop Smoke On New Song “Forever Pop”

Two days ago, the ascendant New York rap star Pop Smoke was murdered in Los Angeles. He was only 20. Pop Smoke has been making music for just over a year, but he was already starting to realize his star potential, and the sound that he represented, the bubbling Brooklyn drill scene, was … More »
Tags: Music, New York, Los Angeles, Brooklyn, Lil Tjay, Pop Smoke


What Islanders’ Belmont Arena Can Learn From Western Arenas

This past week, I watched the New York Islanders take on the Vegas Golden Knights, Arizona Coyotes, and Colorado Avalanche. Each city is completely different from the other and that personality is reflected in their hockey arenas. The Islanders are slated to open Belmont Arena before the 2021-22 season, and they too will look to add the Long Island identity into their home. What can Isles ownership take away from the west and make Belmont one of the nicest places to watch a hockey game? Vega...
Tags: Usa, New York, Phoenix Suns, Sport, Brooklyn, Glendale, Arizona, Las Vegas, Hockey, NHL, Denver, Long Island, Vegas, Arizona Diamondbacks, New York Islanders, Belmont


Danish Light: 8 Ideas to Steal from a New Restaurant in Copenhagen by a Studio on the Rise

Midway through a particularly bleak New York City winter, I’ve been fantasizing about a potential escape—most recently, to Copenhagen. A few weeks ago I was planning an imaginary/hopeful trip, looking at airfares, and poking around the Internet for new hotels and wine bars to try when I stumbled upon Hverdagen—a new restaurant in the city’s industrial-cool Kødbyen neighborhood with warm, clean-lined interiors, paper lanterns, and terra cotta-colored details—and added it to my wish-list itinerary...
Tags: Books, New York, Restaurants, New York City, Brooklyn, Copenhagen, Kvadrat, Design Travel, Restaurant Visit, Hotels & Restaurants, New Restaurant, Royal Danish Academy, Ideas to Steal, Frederik Bille Brahe, Kristina Line, Anton Bak


Pensa Tackles Aluminum Luggage Redesign for Zero Halliburton

Erle P. Halliburton wasn't an industrial designer, but he was both an industrialist and a designer. In the 1930s he traveled to various oil fields in America, implementing the new method of oil well cementing he'd invented; the frequent travel led him to design his own suitcase, which was made from a then-newfangled material called aluminum.The suitcases caught on, and in 1938 Halliburton launched his own company to produce them. Movie star Marlene Dietrich was a fan, and either Halliburton form...
Tags: Hollywood, Design, America, Brooklyn, Bags, Halliburton, Marlene Dietrich, Dietrich, Pensa, Erle, Zero Halliburton, Mark Prommel Partner


TV Bits: Netflix Cancels ‘Insatiable’ While in Talks to Renew ‘Lucifer,’ ‘The Last OG’ Season 3, and More

In this edition of TV Bits: Netflix cancels Insatiable after two seasons Lucifer in talks with Netflix for another season The Last O.G. season 3 trailer unveils April premiere date Superstore renewed by NBC for a sixth season And more. Netflix seems to have lost its taste for Insatiable. The dark revenge comedy starring Debby Ryan, Dallas Roberts, and Alyssa Milano has been cancelled after two seasons, reports Deadline. The series — which follows Ryan’s overweight Patty after an accident ...
Tags: Europe, Hollywood, Television, Movies, Nbc, Neil Gaiman, Disney, Alyssa Milano, Fox, Netflix, Brooklyn, Tbs, Tracy Morgan, Warner Bros, Casablanca, Lucifer


'El Chapo' Guzman associate who testified against the kingpin sentenced to 84 months in prison

Tirso Martinez Sanchez, a former associate of Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzman whose testimony helped convict the drug kingpin, was sentenced to 84 months in prison -- about seven years -- in Brooklyn federal court Thursday.
Tags: Cnn, Brooklyn, El Chapo Guzman, Joaquin El Chapo Guzman, Tirso Martinez Sanchez


'El Chapo' associate who testified against the kingpin sentenced to 84 months in prison

Tirso Martinez Sanchez, a former associate of Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzman whose testimony helped convict the drug kingpin, was sentenced to 84 months in prison -- about seven years -- in Brooklyn federal court Thursday.
Tags: News, Brooklyn, Stories, El Chapo, Joaquin El Chapo Guzman, Tirso Martinez Sanchez


All Of The Internet’s Best Beauty Sales Can Be Found Right Here

I’m going to be totally, completely honest with you: As a beauty editor, I haven’t paid full price for shampoo, moisturizer, or body wash in what could easily be four years. Heck, I get a lot of it for free. However, that doesn’t mean that I haven’t snapped up some on-sale Pat McGrath lipstick from Sephora's Black Friday promo, or a good nail polish shade while visiting the Target near my parents’ house.What exactly am I getting at? Your girl lives for a sale. Even when brands are happy to send...
Tags: Nordstrom, Fashion, Music, Bliss, Brooklyn, Broadway, Kim, Anthropologie, Sephora, Riley, Artis, Pat McGrath, Ulta, Nordy, Anthro, Natasha Denona


Brooklyn's big plan has been a flop ... for now

The Nets took a big gamble by signing Kyrie Irving and Kevin Durant this offseason. Now both players are lost for the season.
Tags: News, Brooklyn, Nets, Kevin Durant, Kyrie Irving


Zero-Waste Restaurant Takes Sustainable Dining to the Next Level

A Brooklyn-based concept is guided by a central principle of respect for the environment and its inhabitants
Tags: Trends, Brooklyn, Zero Waste Restaurant


Tender Details Define Brooklyn’s Latest Japanese Restaurant, Rule of Thirds

Located inside of A/D/O by MINI, a design-forward restaurant that emphasizes interactivity A collaborative project from Brooklyn-based Sunday Hospitality, George Padilla and JT Vuong, the restaurant Rule of Thirds lies just beyond the nARCHITECTS-designed courtyard at A/D/O by MINI, a mixed-use creative space in Greenpoint. To remain consistent with the venue’s overall ethos, careful attention was paid to design—both of the restaurant itself and of …
Tags: Japan, Design, Brooklyn, Japanese, Dining, Ceramics, Mini, Craftsmanship, Rule Of Thirds, Food + Drink, Japanese Food, Pottery, Greenpoint, A/D/O, ADO by MINI, JT Vuong


Public Practice – “Compromised”

Public Practice, the Brooklyn post-punk band born from the ashes of Drew Citron's indie-pop project Beverly and punk outfit WALL, have officially announced their debut album. Gentle Grip, the follow-up to their 2018 EP Distance Is A Mirror and last year's "Disposable" b/w "Extra-Ordinary" single, will be out out in May via Wharf … More »
Tags: Music, Brooklyn, Beverly, Citron, Public Practice, Jonny Campolo, Josie Keefe


Amid Broader Slump, Buyers Seeking Affordability Face Toughest Market

Prices of Manhattan’s least expensive homes increased by a staggering 8.9% in February New York, NY – Feb. 19, 2020 (PRNewswire) The sluggish Manhattan sales market persisted in January, but one segment of the market is heating up. In the bottom 20% of the Manhattan market, home prices bucked the wider trend, rising 8.9% to $480,438 according to the StreetEasy Price Indexi. The increase in prices at the low end of the market signals heightened demand for affordable options in Manh...
Tags: Real Estate, News, New York City, Radio, Brooklyn, Queens, Manhattan, Washington Heights, Upper Manhattan, Flatiron, Inwood, Real Estate News, Zillow Inc, StreetEasy, Zillow Group NASDAQ, StreetEasy Research


William Brent Bell to Direct Orphan Prequel Esther

William Brent Bell to direct Orphan prequel Esther William Brent Bell, director of The Devil Inside, The Boy, and Brahms: The Boy II, will helm the Orphan prequel Esther for eOne, according to Deadline. The script was written by David Coggeshall (Watch Over Me, PREY). RELATED: Brahms: The Boy 2 Clip: Play Date Goes Terribly Wrong In Esther, Lena Klammer orchestrates a brilliant escape from a Russian psychiatric facility and travels to America by impersonating the missing daughter of a wealthy...
Tags: Movies, Horror, America, Brooklyn, Brian Cox, Emmy, Eone, Golden Globe, William Brent Bell, Esther, Brahms, Lena, ComingSoon, Isabelle Fuhrman, Jaume Collet Serra, Jen Gorton


The 21 most influential digital creators based in New York who rule Instagram, YouTube, and other social-media platforms

Business Insider is recognizing the leading digital stars who live and create content around the Greater New York City area. We are highlighting these 21 top creators based on audience size, creativity, and their impact on the influencer business as a whole. These New York-based creators run successful digital businesses across platforms like YouTube, Instagram, and TikTok. Click here for more BI Prime stories. Los Angeles often takes center stage when it comes to the influencer world. Headli...
Tags: Facebook, Nordstrom, New York, Beyonce, Instagram, Minnesota, Adobe, Rihanna, NYC, Youtube, La, Massachusetts, New York City, Digital, US, Los Angeles


Kitchen of the Week: A Modern Garden Kitchen in a Historic Row House in Melbourne

When we last checked in on Anna Pipkorn Skermer and Jane Kilpatrick of Pipkorn Kilpatrick, the Melbourne-based interior designers had just tackled their first big commission: an extraordinarily refined houseboat: see Lake Luxe, Scandi-Style.  Today, we’re spotlighting another nature-centric project of theirs: Kilpatrick’s own indoor-outdoor kitchen in a charmingly tiny Edwardian brick row house in Melbourne’s Fitzroy. To remake the quarters for Kilpatrick and her husband, the duo created a new “...
Tags: Books, Brooklyn, Ikea, Melbourne, Hay, Bosch, Kitchens, Elizabeth Roberts, Carrara, Kilpatrick, Kitchen Design, Kitchen of the Week, Eat-in Kitchens, Pipkorn Kilpatrick, Designer Visit, Kitchen Remodels


A day with YouTube prankster Adam Saleh proved that the internet's A-listers have reached celebrity status

YouTube has given everyday people a way to make money off of videos on the platform since 2007, allowing a flurry of creators and users to turn online video into a full-time job. Since then, YouTube's most elite and popular creators have been able to achieve levels of fame and wealth akin to that of high-profile celebrities and models. One of those stars is Adam Saleh, a 26-year-old vlogger based outside of New York City who's known for recording pranks with his friends and documenting life wi...
Tags: Spotify, New York, California, Youtube, New York City, Los Angeles, Trends, Brooklyn, United Kingdom, Fullscreen, Starbucks, Kendall Jenner, West Coast, Yemen, East Coast, Long Island


7 Favorites: Soft, Stylish Throwbeds (Starting at $50)

We’re longtime fans of throwbeds for hammocks, sofas, and daybeds—basically any surface, including the floor, that could use some extra coziness and French flair. (In fact, Hedgehouse, who makes some of our favorite versions, participated in our 2015 Remodelista Market). Lately, we’ve noticed more cushion-y toppers on the market than ever. Below are seven we like. Note: If you know your way around a sewing machine, consider making your own throwbed; see blogger French by Design‘s DIY tutorial. F...
Tags: Europe, Books, Matthew Williams, La, Brooklyn, Paris, Linens, Bedding, Julie, Sofas & Couches, Cisco Brothers, Republic of Guinea, Corinne Gilbert, Daybeds, Pillows & Cushions, Caravane


Thursday Thinkpiece: Bankruptcy Law Picture Book

Periodically on Thursdays, we present a significant excerpt, usually from a recently published book or journal article. In every case the proper permissions have been obtained. If you are a publisher who would like to participate in this feature, please let us know via the site’s contact form. Bankruptcy Law Picture Book: A Brief Intro to the Law of Bankruptcy, in Pictures Wela Quan is a proud Albertan living in New York City. A former corporate lawyer in Toronto and in New York City, she now s...
Tags: Law, New York City, Toronto, Canada, Brooklyn, ISBN, Thursday Thinkpiece, Irwin Law, Irwin Law Inc, Wela Quan, Stephanie Ben Ishai, Thomas G W Telfer


How a Lakers coaching staff of strangers blended to lead the West’s top team

CHICAGO — The Lakers might not be where they are today if not for a very crucial task that helps keep them humming. It’s an area that falls under the expertise of assistant coach Mike Penberthy, who once won a title with the Shaq-and-Kobe-era Lakers. When coaching staff meetings invariably bog down with the minutiae of game planning, he’s often the one who makes the decision to shake things up. “I’ll be like, ‘You know what, I think we need some donuts today,’” he said. “I’ll grab one of the you...
Tags: Minnesota, Time, Sports, Toronto, Sport, Chicago, West, Soccer, Brooklyn, Nba, Beverly Hills, New Orleans, Handy, Dallas, Lebron James, Anthony Davis


Rapper Pop Smoke, 20, Has Died

Brooklyn-born rapper Pop Smoke, who was born Bashar Barakah Jackson, died Wednesday morning, according to his record label. He was 20 years old.
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Rapper Pop Smoke, 20, Killed In Home Invasion

Brooklyn-born rapper Pop Smoke, who was born Bashar Barakah Jackson, died Wednesday morning, according to his record label. He was 20 years old.
Tags: News, Brooklyn, Bashar Barakah Jackson


Shabaam Sahdeeq – “Diamond In The Dirt” | MIC SESSION

Brooklyn’s very own Shabaam Sahdeeq stop by our HQ and drops an exclusive Mic Session performing his single, “Diamond in the Dirt”.
Tags: Brooklyn, Jazz, Mic Sessions


Remembering Pop Smoke, a Rapper Who Brought Brooklyn to the World

The 20-year-old was killed in a home invasion in Los Angeles, days after his latest album debuted in Billboard’s Top 10.
Tags: News, Los Angeles, Brooklyn, Ny, Rap and Hip-Hop, Deaths (Fatalities, Canarsie (Brooklyn, Pop Smoke (Rapper


The Moment in the Script that Made an A-List Actor Say Yes to Making a Now Classic Movie

“Dad was a Yankee fan then, so I rooted for Brooklyn. In ’58, the Dodgers moved away, so we had to find other reasons to fight.” Ray Kinsella (Kevin Costner) Field of Dreams  If you never watched Field of Dreams (1989) then this blog is not a good starting point, because it’s about the end […]
Tags: Filmmaking, Brooklyn, Iowa, Baseball, Kevin Costner, Dodgers, Yankee, Screenwriting, Field of Dreams, Ray Kinsella Kevin Costner, The Bill Simmons Podcast, W.P Kinsella