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A Week In New York City On A $70,000 Salary

Welcome toMoney Diaries , where we're tackling what might be the last taboo facing modern working women: money. We're asking millennials how they spend their hard-earned money during a seven-day period — and we're tracking every last dollar.Today: a programmer working in tech who makes $70,000 per year and spends some of her paycheck this week on a white orchid.Occupation: ProgrammerIndustry: TechAge: 23Location: New York, NYSalary: $70,000Paycheck Amount (2x/month): $1,955Monthly ExpensesRent:...
Tags: Fashion, Music, New York, Boston, New York City, Brooklyn, Queens, Broadway, Manhattan, Health Insurance, Vancouver, Melinda Gates, Times Square, Lululemon, Sinead O Connor, HSA


She Found Comfort in a Brooklyn Diner, Then Lost Everything

A lonesome widow saw a new daughter in her favorite waitress. “At first, she brought a lot of joy into my life,” she said. That would not last.
Tags: News, Brooklyn, Frauds and Swindling, Robberies and Thefts, Widows and Widowers, Brooklyn (NYC


Boy on scooter dies after he’s struck by a bus in the Bronx

NEW YORK (AP) — A 7-year-old boy riding his scooter in New York City has died after he was struck by a bus. Police say Shevon Bethea of Brooklyn died Saturday after the mid-afternoon collision in the Bronx. Police say responding officers found the boy injured on the ground. He was taken to Saint Barnabus […]
Tags: New York, News, New York City, Brooklyn, Bronx, Nation & World, Bronx Police, Shevon Bethea, Saint Barnabus


Brooklyn Law School Parts Ways With Dean

New York Law Journal, Brooklyn Law School Parts Ways With Dean: Nick Allard is out as dean at Brooklyn Law School after six years in the job. Allard and a law school spokesman on Friday declined to discuss the reason for his departure, but said they planned to make an... [Author: Paul Caron]
Tags: Taxes, Brooklyn, Brooklyn Law School, Paul Caron, Legal Education, Allard, Nick Allard, New York Law Journal Brooklyn Law School


Chris Matic – “Calories” (Video/Single Review)

Jamaican-American rapper, singer and songwriter, Chris Matic , born Christopher Orlando McClymont in Kingston, Jamaica comes as the debut artist for I.B. Music, named from the “Invisible Bully” moniker Notorious BIG gave to his Best Friend music industry veteran Damion “D Roc” Butler (Founder) from the Christopher “Notorious BIG” Wallace and Bad Boy Entertainment family with Sean “Diddy” Combs. Chris delivers stimulating monotones and rhymes combining his Jamaican and American accents with elect...
Tags: Reviews, New York, Brooklyn, Jazz, Chris, KINGSTON Jamaica, Wallace, Christopher, Matic, Sean `` Diddy, Damion, Chris Matic, I. B. Music, Invisible Bully, Christopher Orlando McClymont


Capitol Watch: Nixon undaunted; Sen. Felder targeted by Dems

ALBANY, N.Y. (AP) — In New York state government and political news, actress and activist Cynthia Nixon says she’s a “viable candidate” for governor, while delegates at the Democratic convention on Long Island took aim at a state senator from Brooklyn who sides with Republicans. Convention delegates earlier this week overwhelmingly voted for two-term incumbent […]
Tags: New York, News, Ap, Brooklyn, Long Island, Albany, Cynthia Nixon, Nixon, Nation & World, Sen Felder


Current Obsessions: Into Summer

Here’s how and where we’re kicking off summer, this first long weekend of the season. (Plus: the last days to enter our remodeling giveaway and the launch of the 2018 Considered Design Awards.) Here’s your beach reading. Above: Photograph from The New New England: A 1754 Cape on Spruce Head in Maine. Get your submissions ready: The Gardenista Considered Design Awards launch next Friday, June 1, and are open to amateurs, professionals, homeowners, apartment dwellers, landscape architects, ...
Tags: Books, New York, London, Uncategorized, San Francisco, Brooklyn, Maine, Paris, Edinburgh, Vancouver, Annie, Meredith, Florence, Gertrude Stein, Margot, Elan


The 10 most fashionable US cities with the best street style

It is said that the US is a melting pot, and one place that is clearly apparent is in our style. On the streets, people express their histories, culture, opinions, and ideas through what they wear. Whether they’re dressing to impress or just for the weather, their style is as individual as the people themselves. Some areas of the country have become famous for their fashionable forms of self-expression; here are the US cities, large and small, with the best street style. 1. New York City, New Y...
Tags: Travel, Fashion, New York, Texas, US, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Atlanta, Brooklyn, United States, Portland, Street Style, Miami, Nashville, Clothes, New Mexico


SUM’s US debut at Five Points Festival

From PLANET-X and PLASEEBO, the SUM vinyl figure will make its US debut at the PLANET-X booth (#328) at the Clutter Five Points Festival in Brooklyn on June 2nd & 3rd 2018. A few one of a kind SUM hand-paints signed by artist Bob Conge will be available at the show, followed by the general release in July. SUM has a switched internal color-changing LED unit with replaceable batteries and inset glass eyes.
Tags: Toys, US, Brooklyn, Plaseebo, Bob Conge


Trending on Gardenista: Garden Revolutionaries

This week on Gardenista, profiles of revolutionary women gardeners, including a young designer’s gold-winning garden at the Chelsea Flower Show and a model turned botanical baker, plus a start-of-summer how-to. Read on. Above: Take a look at a gold medal garden at this year’s Chelsea Flower Show by an unflappable young designer: “Designer Sarah Price makes gardens that garden editors adore,” Kendra writes. “Her gardens hum with energy and authenticity yet, like her, they are—serene.” This yea...
Tags: Books, Brooklyn, Chelsea Flower Show, Marietta, Margot, Eugene Oregon, Kendra, Trending on Gardenista, Gardenista, Indoor/Outdoor Living, Sarah Price, Mediterranean Garden, Outdoor & Gardens, Ernie O'Byrne, Crazy Quilt Garden, Ways to Help Houseplants


Ruciano – “The Sickest Illest” Ft. Gucci G.r.a.y

“The Sickest Illest”, new track by The Chillionaires‘ very own Brooklyn wordsmith Ruciano featuring Gucci G.r.a.y.
Tags: Brooklyn, Jazz, Gucci, Singles, The Chillionaires, Gucci G.r.a.y, Ruciano


10 theater productions to see in Southern California this week (May 25-31)

LOS ANGELES COUNTY “Bordertown Now” The veteran Southern California theater provocateurs of Culture Clash revisit their 1990s hit “Bordertown” with an updated look at the state of affairs along America’s southern border. Richard Montoya, Ric salina and Herbert Siguenza will tackle hot-button issues with their trademark sharp-edged satire. A community conversation will follow each performance. When: 8 p.m. Wednesday, May 30 and Thursday, May 31. Show runs through June 24. Where: Pasadena Playhous...
Tags: California, America, Los Angeles, Sport, Things To Do, Soccer, Brooklyn, Broadway, Army, Elvis Presley, William Shakespeare, Theater, Orange County, Hamilton, Southern California, Bordertown


Comment on deb’s new york favorites by andrewtheblog

Great list! How about a Brooklyn list?! As a life-long Brooklynite, I can help you out.
Tags: Food, Brooklyn


Pasadenans won’t be able to vote on rent control this November, after all

Local hopes to get a rent control measure on the November ballot were dashed Thursday when a Pasadena group announced it fell 2,112 signatures short of the 12,336 that would have been necessary to put the idea up for a citywide vote. Pasadena Fair and Equitable Housing Coalition had 180 days to collect signatures from 15 percent of Pasadena’s registered voters. The countdown began when the group first filed the petition in November. Member Nicole Hodgson said technically that would make the dead...
Tags: Politics, Housing, Sport, Soccer, Brooklyn, Hodgson, City Council, Pasadena, Local News, Chamber of Commerce, Los Angeles County, Terry Tornek, Richardson Texas, Paul Little, Top Stories SGVT, Top Stories PSN


New Music: Casanova Feat. G-Eazy & Rich the Kid “Go BestFriend 2.0”

Casanova recently announced he’s joining Def Jam Records, remaining at Roc Nation for management purposes. The Brooklyn rapper’s street anthem “Set Trippin” is one of this year’s hardest songs out, and now Casanova is back with its follow-up. On “Go BestFriend 2.0,” Nova 2x recruits G-Eazy and Rich the Kid on the strip club ready song sure to do some damage in the clubs this summer. Get it on iTunes and listen below. Continue after the jump…. New Music: Casanova Feat. G-Eazy & Rich the Kid...
Tags: Brooklyn, Jazz, New Music, Roc Nation, G-Eazy, Casanova, Def Jam Records, Rich The Kid, Casanova Feat G Eazy, Casanova Feat Chris Brown Fabolous


The Friday 15 with Liz Anthony, Mariposa Communications

At the end of each month we invite a member of our PR Couture Council to curate a selection of industry news, tools and other fun stuff capturing their interest at the current moment. Enjoy! Name: Liz anthony Title: President & Founder Agency: Mariposa communications Location: New York, NY Find us online: @mariposacomm...
Tags: New York, Pr, Brooklyn, Dell, Rebecca Minkoff, Liz, Amy, Soho, Mariposa, Mackie, New York Time, Fashion PR Fridays, News & Events, Mariposa Communications, PR Couture Council, Accessories PR


Ariana Grande Gets A Worker Bee Tattoo To Honor Manchester Victims

This week marks the one-year anniversary since the devastating terror attack at the Manchester Arena, where Ariana Grande had just finished a concert. As the city continues to mourn the 22 people who died in the bombing, Grande recently took to social media to honor the victims from that night with an emotional post and what appears to be a new tattoo.The worker bee design, a symbol of Manchester, is similar to the one tattoo artist Sam Barber offered in efforts to raise money for the victims' ...
Tags: Fashion, Music, New York, Instagram, Time, Brooklyn, Ariana Grande, Manchester, Selena Gomez, Gomez, Manchester Arena, Grande, Sam Barber, One Love Manchester, Mira Mariah @girlknewyork, Fleur Noire Tattoo


The MTA revealed its $37 billion plan to save NYC's crumbling subway system —but there's one big problem

New York City Transit Authority president Andy Byford unveiled a plan to repair and modernize the New York City subway system on Wednesday. The plan, called "Fast Forward," would replace an antiquated signal system, redesign the way passengers pay fares, increase the number of subway cars, and install elevators at stations. According to the New York Daily News, the plan would cost $37 billion. It would require stations to close on nights and weekends for up to 2.5 years, though it would not cl...
Tags: New York, NYC, Wall Street, New York City, Trends, Brooklyn, New York Times, Mta, The Times, Manhattan, Bill De Blasio, Andrew Cuomo, De Blasio, New York Daily News, Blackrock, Cuomo


Elon Musk's Twitter rant is a smoke and mirrors tactic that hides the disturbing truth about Tesla (TSLA)

Tesla CEO Elon Musk has been on an extended Twitter rant against critics of the company. His most recent target is the media, which he says has lost public trust and should be tracked for truthfulness. Musk is doing all this to distract from the alarming reality of Tesla's struggling business. Tesla CEO Elon Musk now appears to think that the media is his enemy.  For an entrepreneur who has received what can conservatively be described as luminous-megawatt-white-hot-genuflecting press for a ...
Tags: Facebook, Twitter, Elon Musk, US, Trends, Tesla, Brooklyn, SEC, Johnson, Musk, Elon, Samuel Johnson, Tesla CEO Elon Musk, James Boswell, Kara Swisher, Electrek


Elon Musk's Twitter rant is a smoke-and-mirrors tactic that hides the disturbing truth about Tesla

Tesla CEO Elon Musk has been on an extended Twitter rant against critics of the company. His most recent target is the media, which he says has lost public trust and should be tracked for truthfulness. Musk is doing all this to distract from the alarming reality of Tesla's struggling business. Tesla CEO Elon Musk now appears to think that the media is his enemy.  For an entrepreneur who has received what can conservatively be described as luminous-megawatt-white-hot-genuflecting press for a ...
Tags: Facebook, Twitter, Elon Musk, US, Trends, Tesla, Brooklyn, SEC, Johnson, Musk, Elon, Samuel Johnson, Tesla CEO Elon Musk, James Boswell, Kara Swisher, Electrek


Shorties (Writers Remember Philip Roth, Pitchfork's Summer Album Preview, and more)

Zadie Smith, Jason Diamond, and Megan Abbott remembered Philip Roth. Vulture ranked Roth's books. Slate shared a guide to his work. Pitchfork previewed summer's best albums. May's best eBook deals. Vol. 1 Brooklyn interviewed singer-songwriter Dick Stusso. eBooks on sale today for $2.99: The Last Samurai by Helen DeWitt The Things They Carried by Tim O'Brien Stream a new Maggie Rogers song. Ronan Farrow discussed his book War on Peace with Fresh Air. NPR Music is strea...
Tags: Music, David, Brooklyn, Ryley Walker, Natalie Prass, Atomic Books Comics Preview, Paris Review, NPR Music, Roth, Lauren Groff, Tim O Brien, Ronan Farrow, Dick Stusso, Megan Abbott, Maggie Rogers, Helen DeWitt


Stream THICK’s New EP Would You Rather?

When we named Brooklyn-based drunk punks THICK a Band To Watch back in March, we witnessed a slumber party-like dynamic: sharing snacks and stories, playing "Would You Rather?" Today they dig deeper into that playful candor with their new EP Would You Rather? Its four-song tracklist bustles with unabashed sensitivity, a … More »
Tags: Music, Brooklyn, Premiere, Album Stream, Thick


Amazon Prime will begin streaming all of ‘Dawson’s Creek’ in June, plus ‘A Very English Scandal’ and more

June is guilty pleasure time at Amazon Prime. The first two seasons of “Dawson’s Creek” are already available, but now all six will be streaming so you can watch (and rewatch!) the tribulations and triumphs of Dawson, Joey, Jen and Pacey from beginning to end. The teen drama originally aired on the WB beginning in 1998 and launched the careers of James Van Der Beek, Katie Holmes, Michelle Williams and Joshua Jackson. The premiere date for “A Very English Scandal” is yet to be announced, but keep...
Tags: Amazon, White House, Sport, Amazon Prime, David, Things To Do, Soccer, Brooklyn, Karl Marx, Greta Gerwig, Ben Whishaw, Harley Davidson, Hans Christian Andersen, Lions, Hugh Grant, Alcatraz


The Shape of Yes. Recent works by Malin Abrahamsson

The Cluster Gallery is pleased to announce “The Shape of YES.”, a solo show of recent works by Malin Abrahamsson, a Brooklyn Art Cluster Residency Program Artist in 2018. The exhibition will be on view from June 1 through June 23, 2018, with a public opening reception on Friday, June...Read more »
Tags: Art, Brooklyn, Exhibition, Malin Abrahamsson


Tools & Craft # 96: Plumier, Crankshaft Design, And How We Waste Time at TFWW

I got called to the back of the shop a few days ago where some of my colleagues were having a heated discussion about crankshafts. They were perusing a copy of Charles Plumier's 1701 L'Art De Tourner, Ou De Faire En Perfection Toutes Sortes d'Ouvrages Au Tour and one wag noticed that all the crankshafts in the pictures weren't connected to either a flywheel or a screw by a straight rod, like in a steam engine, but a "U" shaped arm instead. The question that they were asking me was why, I had no ...
Tags: Design, Brooklyn, Joel, Tim, Joel Moskowitz, Tools for Working Wood, Gramercy Tools, Tools & Craft, Charles Plumier, Tourner Ou De Faire En Perfection Toutes Sortes


As The Podcast Boom Continues, Can Audio-Only Fiction Catch On?

"Gimlet Media, the podcasting startup based in Brooklyn, tapped the valve of radio drama in 2016 with Homecoming, the fictional thriller podcast brought to life by Catherine Keener, Oscar Isaac and David Schwimmer." And more high-profile fiction podcasts are coming, with the likes of Kristen Wiig, Ethan Hawke, John Cameron Mitchell, Glenn Close, Cynthia Erivo, […]
Tags: Art, Media, Brooklyn, David Schwimmer, Audience, Catherine Keener Oscar Isaac, 05.18.18


10 Design Ideas to Steal from an Über Creative Remodel by Studio Oink

When our photographer friend Matthew Williams and I traveled to Washington, DC, to photograph a new project by German design firm Studio Oink, I was glad I had just cleared up memory on my iPhone. I took a lot of snapshots. The switch plates, powder-coated hardware, iridescent curtains, paint colors, flush electrical outlets—I was in design-detail heaven. A lot of it went on my mental pinboard I call “future remodel.” Here’s a look at the genius design ideas brought to life by Studio Oink’s Lea ...
Tags: Europe, Books, Hardware, Matthew Williams, Germany, Color, Paint, Brooklyn, Washington Dc, House, New Zealand, Lea, Matthias, Oink, DIY & Remodeling, Remodel & Renovation


Popdose Exclusive Song Premiere: James VIII, “Blueberry Wine”

Popdose presents – exclusively – from Brooklyn-based indie blues-soul singer/songwriter James VIII his newest track, “Blueberry Wine”. With such a wide range of influences, James VIII’s sound is not easily categorized into any one genre, but he defines it simply as soul music. In his own words, this is “music made with conviction and passion. You can hear someone’s heart when they wear it on their sleeve and that’s what I pursue every time I step on stage. I close my eyes, let my face look as r...
Tags: Music, Brooklyn, Popdose, Popdose Exclusives, James VIII


CRYPTO INSIDER: Developers are raking in million dollar bonuses even as prices slump

Welcome to Crypto Insider, Business Insider's roundup of all the bitcoin and cryptocurrency news you need to know today. Sign up   here to get this email delivered direct to your inbox. Bitcoin may be down close to 40% since the beginning of the year, but that doesn't mean developers with expertise in the technology powering the crypto aren't making money hand-over-fist.  A Wall Street Journal report found that companies are willing to pay a lot to lure crypto talent. Some are even offering new...
Tags: New York, Trends, Bitcoin, Brooklyn, Ireland, Wall Street Journal, Fiji, Ian Bremmer, Dave Schwartz, Crypto Insider Facebook


Being in the Zone

--> Nothing is more important to success in your career and life than being in the zone. The problem with most people, however, is that they are not in the zone; instead, they are merely doing what they and others think they should be doing. Most people are following a path that they believe will lead to happiness, wealth, and achievement, rather than doing what comes naturally to them, what they are good at, and the sort of work that makes them happy. You should not be doing anything as a caree...
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