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The Top 5 creative brand ideas you need to know about right now: April 22, 2019

    Welcome to our weekly rundown of the Top 5 most innovative brand ideas you need to know about right now. 5. Carlsberg: ‘Probably not the best beer in the world,' Fold7 After calling itself “Probably the best beer in the world” for more than 30 years, Danish brew Carlsberg is leveling with us. To grow market share, the brand admits it focused on quantity over quality, and now it’s reformulating. U.K. agency Fold7 rebranded it with the brutally honest tagline: “Prob...
Tags: Apple, New York, Advertising, Foxtel, Sydney, Carlsberg, Bell, Taco Bell, Soho, U K, Deutsch, Reebok, Kerby Jean Raymond, Taco ReBELLion Deutsch Taco Bell, Taco Tuesday Starting, New York Fashion Week Pyer Moss


Woman's 20 years of guilt and pain after pregnant sister was killed by Soho bomb

EXCLUSIVE: Natalie Patterson's older sister Andrea was four months pregnant when she was killed in the London nail bombings carried out by a neo-Nazi [Author: Matthew Young]
Tags: London, UK News, Soho, Andrea, Matthew Young, Natalie Patterson


Best secret happy hours in New York

New York City is expensive . That’s a well-known fact that locals, tourists, and even people who’ve never been to the city are all too familiar with. If you plan your day right, though, eating and drinking (especially drinking) in the Big Apple can seem almost, well, affordable. Because for every fancy wine bar, typical Irish pub, and late-night bar in the city there’s somewhere nearby with a killer happy hour. These are the most underrated happy hours in NYC that’ll make you forget how expen...
Tags: Travel, New York, NYC, New York City, Manhattan, Happy Hour, Upper East Side, Houston, Midtown, Mediterranean, Harlem, Bushwick, All, Big Apple, Soho, New York Ny


Folksy Pioneertown, CA wedding with the ultimate desert color palette

Where to start with Lauren + Sean? Their serendipitous love story at a NYC coffee shop? Or their dreamy desert color palette? These two are full of sweet stories and it makes all the details they worked with Carly Rae Weddings to incorporate into their Pioneertown wedding all the better. So let’s just dive right in. Find more of Logan Cole‘s photos below! Love these sweet little strawflower boutonnieres by Primary Petals. The ultimate desert color palette: dusty desert road, marigold,...
Tags: New York, La, Wedding, Asos, Iona, Bay, Philly, Soho, Logan, Sean, Carly, Lauren, Kathryn, Joshua Tree, Kim K, Madewell


Ad Age 2019 A-List No. 8: Anomaly

When it rains it pours at Anomaly. Not just in new wins or the evolution of its internal culture. Last summer it happened quite literally: On June 28, the 15 thousand-gallon water tower perched atop Anomaly’s offices in New York’s SoHo neighborhood burst an elbow pipe and flooded the agency’s tenth and eleventh floors.  Nimble by design, the agency innovated on the fly: The two floors were evacuated for months, with 110 employees displaced. About half the staff was able to find a space on other...
Tags: Florida, New York, Advertising, Toronto, Los Angeles, Diageo, Walmart, Canada, Red Bull, Wall Street Journal, Soho, Rodriguez, Wilshire, Petco, Johnnie Walker, MDC Partners


Sky's Neon subscribers ask: Where is Game of Thrones?

The final season of Game of Thrones kicked off at 1pm on Sky TV's Soho channel, as scheduled (the 1pm screening is a simulcast with HBO in the US, where it's Sunday night; they'll be a repeat screening at 8.30pm).But while Soho... [Author: [email protected]]
Tags: Business, Hbo, US, Soho


Blink Health Wanted to Change the Way Drugs Are Sold. Then Things Got Messy

“We got a huge allergic reaction from what I would call the industry titans,” said Geoffrey Chaiken, Blink’s 36-year-old chief executive officer, sitting in a glass-walled office at the company’s SoHo headquarters in New York in January, where visitors are greeted by a “Humans First” sign. To get better pricing from drugstores, the company made claims it was attracting outside funding for customers that never materialized, according to a lawsuit filed by Blink’s former benefits manager. One th...
Tags: New York, Science, Blink, Soho, Blink Health Wanted, Geoffrey Chaiken Blink


This Startup Wanted to Change the Way Drugs Are Sold. Then Things Got Messy

“We got a huge allergic reaction from what I would call the industry titans,” said Geoffrey Chaiken, Blink’s 36-year-old chief executive officer, sitting in a glass-walled office at the company’s SoHo headquarters in New York in January, where visitors are greeted by a “Humans First” sign. To get better pricing from drugstores, the company made claims it was attracting outside funding for customers that never materialized, according to a lawsuit filed by Blink’s former benefits manager. One th...
Tags: New York, Science, Blink, Soho, Geoffrey Chaiken Blink


AK Monthly Recap: March 2019

March brought me to Guyana. That, far and away, was what dominated the month — my weeklong trip to the little-visited country in South America. It was an unbelievable trip and I can’t wait to start writing about it for you. Honestly, this month was so dominated by work that I didn’t get up to much else. I was working like crazy to write all kinds of solo female travel guides, and I still have quite a few. But even though I was crazy busy this month, I still got a TON of books in. Behold: March ...
Tags: Florida, New York, Featured, Beyonce, Wales, Obama, Mexico, Stanford, Tim Burton, America, Los Angeles, Blog, Earth, Colombia, Harvard, Britain


Mary Boone’s Rise and Fall Profiled in NYT

The NYT has a profile on Mary Boone this week, her rise to power, and her current jail sentence for tax evasion. “We used to say that Mary brought the uptown gallery downtown,” says Eric Fischl. “She knew she was showing artists whose work was going to become expensive, she knew the idea of bohemian SoHo was over, […]
Tags: Art, News, Art News, Minipost, Soho, Mary, Mary Boone, Eric Fischl


Summer Lovin’ Had Me a Blast; Summer Lovin’ Happened So Fast

This post originally appeared on Nomadic Chick. It all began, fittingly, on the first day of summer with a game called ‘tangled’, where everyone puts their hands in the center of a circle, grabs two random people’s hands and then proceeds to untangle themselves to make a circle as this is “team-building” and “creates friendships”. It was our first day as counselors at an American summer camp in up-state New York and we were wondering just what we had gotten ourselves into. In the fray of hand g...
Tags: Travel, Florida, Usa, New York, Australia, New York City, US, Personal, Canada, United States, Ireland, Jane Austen, Buffalo, Pod, Derry, North America


Netflix Orders The Queen’s Gambit Limited Series from Scott Frank

Netflix orders The Queen’s Gambit limited series from Scott Frank Netflix has ordered a six-episode limited series is based on the Walter Tevis novel The Queen’s Gambit. The series chronicles the life of an orphan chess prodigy Beth Harmon during the Cold War era, following her from the age of eight to 22, as she struggles with addiction in a quest to become the greatest chess player in the world. PB = PB || {}; PB.gptStandAlone = PB.gptStandAlone || {}; ...
Tags: TV, Movies, Gotham, Netflix, TV News, Edgar Wright, Playmobil, Soho, Emma, Ripley, Walter Tevis, Allan Scott, ComingSoon, The Queen's Gambit, Scott Frank, Anya Taylor-joy


Nikkei cuisine and where to find it

“Nikkei” just sounds like a word people are going to use wrong. You can almost hear a half dozen people sitting around a violet-lit table in some SoHo hotspot asking stuff like, “Is the octopus tonight Nikkei? Perhaps you could go back and ask the chef.” While the waiter looks on confused another chimes in, “Kylie ONLY eats Nikkei now. It’s like sushi, but lower-carb.” “And, like, all the fish has to be flown in from Peru,” says another. “And they mix it with six different kinds of pomegranat...
Tags: Travel, Japan, London, Nikkei, US, Toronto, America, Los Angeles, Washington Dc, Peru, Miami, Lima, Crossfit, Martini, Best Restaurants, All


How to Reach Millennials and Gen Z: ShopTalk ’19

The youngest millennial is entering college, with the oldest nearing 40 years old. They spend less time watching TV and more time on YouTube, they prefer blogs over magazines, and of course, they’re savvy social media users. Most importantly, they’re in their prime spending years—making them a prime mark for bands and retailers. However, millennials are difficult to target. They make decisions quickly and move on to the next thing quicker than you can say “hello.” Legacy brands find it tough ...
Tags: Ecommerce, Events, Blog, Soho, Norwest Venture Partners, Kuhl, Budhraja, Leifer, Shoptalk '19 Recap, Lisa Wu Partner, Leslie Leifer, Stephen Kuhl Co Founder CEO of Burrow, Gayitri Budhraja, Burrowhouse


‘We’re as Sick as Our Secrets.’ How Eliza Dushku Is Taking Back the Power After Her #MeToo Story

This is an unusual interview. I am not meeting Eliza Dushku in a Beverly Hills restaurant or the bar of a hotel in SoHo, where celebrity profiles are usually set. Instead, I find Dushku in a coffee shop just off Harvard Square in Boston. Inside, dozens of students in hoodies hunch over their laptops, writing…
Tags: Movies, News, Entertainment, Uncategorized, Beverly Hills, Soho, Eliza Dushku, Dushku, Harvard Square in Boston Inside


Eliza Dushku Is Taking Back the Power After Her #MeToo Experience

This is an unusual interview. I am not meeting Eliza Dushku in a Beverly Hills restaurant or the bar of a hotel in SoHo, where celebrity profiles are usually set. Instead, I find Dushku in a coffee shop just off Harvard Square in Boston. Inside, dozens of students in hoodies hunch over their laptops, writing…
Tags: Movies, News, Entertainment, Uncategorized, Beverly Hills, Soho, Eliza Dushku, Dushku, Harvard Square in Boston Inside


Shunned, seized and now celebrated: the porn paintings of Betty Tompkins

Inspired by her husband’s porn stash, the artist’s explicit work horrified galleries and customs officials. Now the world can’t get enough. We visit her New York studioWarning: adult contentBetty Tompkins sits slumped in her chair, knees wide apart, cheerfully reading from the phone in her hand with an attitude of scoffing amusement: “‘The venerable’, ‘the brilliant’, ‘the incomparable’, ‘the great living legend’ … ” She breaks off to frown and mutter: “How old am I?” Then she continues: “‘The f...
Tags: Apple, Art, New York, Women, Painting, Life and style, World news, Culture, Feminism, Art and design, Exhibitions, Pornography, Soho, Tompkins, Manhattan Continue, Betty Tompkins


Niche Niche, NYC’s New Dinner Party Restaurant

Each nightly event at this 25-seat SoHo venue will be hosted by a different wine professional SoHo’s 25-seat restaurant Niche Niche is an undeniably charming concept. Designed to host evenings reminiscent of a dinner party at a friend’s house, the venue officially opens tonight—and every day onward will be unique, with a different wine industry professional hosting each night. Owned by Ariel Arce and her …
Tags: Food, Design, NYC, Restaurants, Drinking, Wine, Dining, Food + Drink, Soho, Ariel Arce, Sommeliers, Wine Tastings, Niche Niche NYC, Niche Niche


An Animated Introduction to the Chaotic Brilliance of Jean-Michel Basquiat: From Homeless Graffiti Artist to Internationally Renowned Painter

By the late 1970s, New York City had fallen into such a shambolic state that nobody could have been expected to notice the occasional streak of additional spray paint here and there. But somehow the repeated appearance of the word "SAMO" caught the attention of even jaded Lower Manhattanites. That tag signified the work of Al Diaz and Jean-Michel Basquiat, the latter of whom would create work that, four decades later, would sell for over $110 million at auction, a record-breaking number ...
Tags: Google, Art, New York, College, New York City, Animation, Andy Warhol, Seoul, University Of Maryland, Soho, Facebook Twitter, Jean Michel Basquiat, Basquiat, William S Burroughs, Taschen, William Burroughs


When Women Control the Money, Female Founders Get Funded

At a pitch night in SoHo, female entrepreneurs pitch female venture capitalists.
Tags: News, Entrepreneurship, Venture Capital, Science and Technology, Soho, Women and Girls, Silicon Valley (Calif


The Coolest Spots To Get A Piercing In New York City

Being a New Yorker is about more than having the right zip code. There are also a few New York-specific rituals you must complete: You must attend at least one Yankees or Mets game — if not for the crowd antics, then for the overpriced beer. You must partake in a Sabrett hot dog when it's offered to you by a street vendor. And you must, absolutely must, get pierced at one of the many historic hot spots scattered all over the island (and in some outer boroughs).And while a last-minute baseball g...
Tags: Fashion, Music, New York, Hollywood, New York City, Brooklyn, Broadway, Manhattan, Yankees, New Yorker, Starr, Nyu, Soho, Mets, East Village, Johnny


A Week In London On A $325,000 Income

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: an associate working at a hedge fund who makes $325,000 per year and spends some of her money this week on waffles. We previously published a diary from this OP in September 2018, when she lived in NYC. Editor's note: All prices have been converted to...
Tags: Facebook, Fashion, Music, England, New York, London, Virginia, Berlin, Bloomberg, Barcelona, Tesco, NHS, Chelsea, House Of Cards, Miami, Brexit


Earth’s Atmosphere Stretches Out Past the Moon

A recent analysis of data collected by the ESA/NASA Solar and Heliospheric Observatory shows that the Earth’s atmosphere is a lot larger than previously known. A recent discovery based on observations by the ESA/NASA Solar and Heliospheric Observatory, SOHO, shows that the gaseous layer that wraps around Earth reaches up to 630 000 km away, or 50 times the diameter of our planet. “The Moon flies through Earth’s atmosphere,” says Igor Baliukin of Russia’s Space Research Institute, lead author...
Tags: Russia, Earth, Jason Kottke, Soho, Space Research Institute, Igor Baliukin, ESA NASA Solar and Heliospheric Observatory, ESA NASA Solar and Heliospheric Observatory SOHO


The Best Neighborhoods in London: Where to Stay When You Visit

Posted: 2/25/2019 | February 25th, 2019 I’ve always liked London, but when I visited last year something in me just clicked—and poof! I finally saw the light and came to love it. London has a million things to do to keep you busy a lifetime over. With its amazing architecture, world-class art museums, tons of historical sites, and unique shopping experiences, what’s not to love? What’s not to love about a city where the pubs are so small everyone just stands on the street with their pint glass?...
Tags: Travel, Europe, England, London, Thames, Paddington, Chelsea, United Kingdom, Oxford, Camden, Mayfair, West End, Tate Modern, Royal Opera House, Shakespeare, Oxford Street


Tenda F6 wireless 300Mbps Wi-Fi router launched in India at Rs.1899

Tenda has launched the F6 300Mbps Wi-Fi router in India that is specially designed for average home and SOHO setups. The company claims that F6 is not like those traditional Wi-Fi Routers that provide you with speed but also packs in good looks. The large interior space, the top vents, and the bottom heat sink dissipate heat thus creating an efficient cooling system. The Tenda F6 is equipped with four 5dBi high-gain omnidirectional antennas providing wireless signal coverage to every corner. I...
Tags: Accessories, News, India, Blogging, Soho, Tenda, Tenda F6


The moon is inside Earth's atmosphere, European researchers say

Observations made by the SOHO spacecraft over 20 years ago lead to a new discovery.The Earth has hydrogen envelope as part of its outer atmosphere called the geocorona.The geocorona stretches well past the moon, reveals a study. None We are more linked to the moon than we've realized. It turns out that the outer part of the Earth's atmosphere stretches considerably past the lunar orbit. In fact, it goes as far as twice the distance to the Moon.This discovery is a product of observations by the S...
Tags: Astronomy, Space, Russia, Nasa, Earth, Innovation, Planets, Soho, Telescopes, European Space Agency ESA, Cosmos, Space Research Institute, Solar and Heliospheric Observatory SOHO, Igor Baliukin, Bernhard Fleck, European Space Agency SOHO


The moon is inside Earth's atmosphere, claims study

Observations made by the SOHO spacecraft over 20 years ago lead to a new discovery.The Earth has hydrogen envelope as part of its outer atmosphere called the geocorona.The geocorona stretches well past the moon, reveals a study. None We are more linked to the moon than we've realized. It turns out that the outer part of the Earth's atmosphere stretches considerably past the lunar orbit. In fact, it goes as far as twice the distance to the Moon.This discovery is a product of observations by the S...
Tags: Astronomy, Space, Russia, Nasa, Earth, Moon, Innovation, Planets, Soho, Telescopes, European Space Agency ESA, Cosmos, Space Research Institute, Solar and Heliospheric Observatory SOHO, Igor Baliukin, Bernhard Fleck


New York with small kids

Expedia has commissioned me to write a piece on travelling to New York with young kids, presumably because most people would read that sentence and think to themselves WHY WOULD YOU DO THAT ARE YOU CUCKOO NEW YORK CITY WAS BUILT FOR COCKTAILS AND RESTAURANTS AND SHOPPING LEAVE THEM AT HOME WITH GRAMMY AND POPPOP FOR THE LOVE OF BAGELS. As it turns out, not only is NYC entirely do-able with kids (the people who live there even have some of their own!) it’s fun. And it makes for a pretty exquisite...
Tags: Travel, Google, New York, Greece, NYC, New York City, Brooklyn, Italy, Manhattan, Ny, Brooklyn Bridge, Expedia, Central Park, Prospect Park, Moma, Times Square


Earth's air supply may reach nearly 400,000 miles into space — so far that the moon constantly flies through it

Space begins at roughly 62 miles (100 kilometers) above the surface of Earth, but our planet's air supply stretches farther than this. Scientists have discovered that Earth's atmosphere may actually extend nearly 400,000 miles into deep space — far more than previously understood. "The moon flies through Earth's atmosphere," one of the researchers said. The boundaries between planet Earth, the moon, and deep space just got fuzzier. According to a new analysis of data recorded by a spacecraft ...
Tags: China, Russia, Trends, Nasa, Earth, Esa, Moscow, European Space Agency, Mars, Soho, European Space Agency ESA, Heliospheric Observatory SOHO, Space Research Institute, Jean Loup, Igor Baliukin, Baliukin


This Week in Photography Books: Lawrence Schwartzwald

I made a few resolutions last month. I give myself guidelines, each New Year, for things I’d like to work on. (Ways to better myself.) This year, at the top of my list, I’m trying hard to talk less shit about other people. That’s my number one goal. I lost a few friends a couple of years ago, and am pretty sure that gossip-mongering played a role in it. (Not that I take the blame squarely, just that I own my part in it.) On one hand, it makes me value my closest friends even...
Tags: Facebook, Post, Photography, New York Post, New York, San Francisco, Amy Winehouse, Anne Hathaway, Annie Hall, Photography Books, Derek, Soho, Lawrence, Diane Arbus, Steidl, Prince Street