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Watch Online Eric Hobsbawm: The Consolations of History, a Documentary Exploring the Life & Work of the Influential Historian

Courtesy of The London Review of Books, you can now watch Eric Hobsbawm: The Consolations of History: In this documentary, Anthony Wilks traces the connections between the events of Eric Hobsbawm’s life and the history he told, from his teenage years in Germany and his communist membership, to the jazz clubs of 1950s Soho and the makings of New Labour, taking in Italian bandits, Peruvian peasant movements and the development of nationalism in the modern world, with help from the assiduou...
Tags: Facebook, College, Germany, Uncategorized, Marx, Soho, David Harvey, Theodor Adorno, Eric Hobsbawm, Hobsbawm, Raymond Geuss, The London Review of Books, Anthony Wilks, Donald Sassoon


Perfect: Thomasin McKenzie to Lead Olivia Wilde’s Kerri Strug Biopic

(Photo by David Crotty/Patrick McMullan via Getty Images)   According to Deadline, Jojo Rabbit star Thomasin McKenzie has officially been tapped for the leading role in Olivia Wilde’s upcoming sports drama biopic titled Perfect, centered around legendary gymnast Kerri Strug’s historic win at the 1996 Olympics. The film will be directed by Wilde from a script written by Ronnie Sandahl (Borg vs McEnroe). Production is expected to begin sometime this fall. This marks the 20-year-old New Zealand ...
Tags: Hollywood, Movies, Drama, Olympics, New Zealand, Sony, Olivia Wilde, MMA, Edgar Wright, Justin Kurzel, Soho, Don, Wilde, Taika Waititi, Kevin Feige, ComingSoon


New York will end its curfew for bars and restaurants in May

People dine at an outdoor Soho restaurant on March 21, 2021 in New York City. John Lamparski/Getty Images New York will lift its midnight curfew on bars and restaurants next month. The curfew will first be lifted on May 17 for outdoor eating and drinking. It will be lifted for indoor restaurants and bars on May 31, Cuomo said. See more stories on Insider's business page. New York Governor Andrew Cuomo announced Wednesday that the mandatory midnight closing time for bars and restaurant...
Tags: Politics, New York, News, New York City, Trends, Speed, New York Times, Andrew Cuomo, New York State, Cuomo, Soho, Curfew, Breaking, Connor Perrett, COVID, New York City John Lamparski Getty Images New York


12 of the best affordable hotels in New York City, according to our first-hand stays

If you buy through our links, we may earn money from affiliate partners. Learn more. Booking.com Price is usually a factor for booking hotels, especially in more expensive cities like New York. However, traveling on a budget doesn't have to mean compromising on quality. We found the best cheap hotels in New York City, all personally vetted and starting under $200. Though New York is known for being pricey, especially when it comes to hotels, there are plenty of affordable spots to b...
Tags: Travel, Reviews, New York, Cdc, Hotels, New York City, Trends, Features, Brooklyn, Chelsea, Broadway, Marriott, Manhattan, Ace Hotel, Michelin, Fifth Avenue


People are going to spend up to 10% less in cities because of working from home, study says

People dine at an outdoor Soho restaurant on March 21, 2021 in New York City. John Lamparski/Getty Images Spending in major metro areas will drop by 5% to 10% because of working from home, UChicago researchers said. A cutback in commuting will hit urban spending on food, shopping, and entertainment, they added. This could lead to tax raises or job cuts in cities that are just recovering from the COVID-19 recession. See more stories on Insider's business page. The post-pandemic economy...
Tags: Trends, Manhattan, University Of Chicago, Steven Davis, Soho, Ben Winck, Jose Maria Barrero Nicholas Bloom, New York City John Lamparski Getty Images Spending


At last, printed menus and a chance to wear smoky eyeshadow again | Grace Dent on restaurants

‘Restaurants are back, back, back, so I booked breakfast to see off the misery of the past year’In the happy run-up to last Monday’s grand reopening of restaurants and pubs, a fleck of disquiet seeped into the shallower end of my brain. I have craved many things over these recent months of confinement – printed menus, petits fours, the chance to wear smoky eye kohl – but one thing I’d not missed was Fomo (that’s “fear of missing out”, should you not be up on modern acronyms). Fomo is the pernici...
Tags: Food, Restaurants, Kardashians, Tupperware, Soho, Jomo, Fomo, Jay Rayner, Ribble Valley


The World Health Organization urges people to stop playing fast and loose with the pandemic as coronavirus cases and deaths soar

Revellers drink in Soho as non essential retail reopens on April 12, 2021 in London, United Kingdom. Chris J Ratcliffe/Getty Images The WHO warned people not to get complacent about the pandemic as COVID-19 cases surge worldwide. While vaccines offer hope, only 1 in 500 people in poor countries have received a shot. Officials warned cases have been rising for weeks, with 4.4 million new cases recorded last week. See more stories on Insider's business page. The World Health Organizat...
Tags: UK, Science, US, Trends, Who, World Health Organization, Los Angeles Times, Soho, London United Kingdom, Johns Hopkins University, Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, Chris J Ratcliffe Getty, Ghebreyesus, Coronavirus, Van Kerkhove, Maria Van Kerkhove


The backbone of the US economy roared back to life at record speed in March

People dine at an outdoor Soho restaurant on March 21, 2021, in New York City. John Lamparski/Getty Images The Institute for Supply Management's services gauge hit a record high in March as the country reopened. Services count for 70% of US output, meaning the March rebound underscores a strong recovery. The headline index rose to 63.7 from 55.3, beating all economist forecasts. See more stories on Insider's business page. After the freeze, comes the thaw. For the US economy, the p...
Tags: US, Trends, ISM, Soho, Oxford Economics, Institute for Supply Management, Anthony Nieves, Nieves, Ben Winck, Oren Klachkin, Bloomberg Readings


Bliss Skincare Review: A Review of The 10 Best Bliss Skincare Products

The story behind Bliss skincare begins in 1996 when Marcia Kilgore founded the first Bliss spa in New York City’s Soho. The brand expanded over the years, opening more spa locations and eventually developing a line of clean, cruelty-free skincare products to allow customers to recreate the spa...
Tags: New York City, Bliss, Beauty, Soho, Marcia Kilgore, Skin Care Reviews, Bliss Skincare Review


SCOTT GALLOWAY: WeWork may be in a unique position to rise from the post-pandemic real estate fallout

Over a year of having to adapt to remote services has changed to way people think about work. Clive Wilkinson Architects Scott Galloway is a bestselling author and professor of marketing at NYU Stern. The following is a recent blog post, republished with permission, that originally ran on his blog, "No Mercy / No Malice." In it, Galloway says commercial vacancy rates will continue to rise long after the pandemic ends. See more stories on Insider's business page. Real estate is an aweso...
Tags: New York, Softbank, US, San Francisco, Trends, Tesla, Austin, New Jersey, Switzerland, Miami, Jesus, WeWork, Gannett, Hulu, Donald Trump, Goldman


Black Spot Takes Classic Awards Show Virtual In A Tour-De-Force For Audiobooks

THE 26TH ANNUAL AUDIE AWARDS® WILL BE BROADCAST ON C-SPAN’S BOOKTV ON APRIL 3 AT 5:40PM ET / 2:40PM PT. Leveraging the best of remote-production technology and a pantheon of performing talent, Black Spot exploded the audience for the 26th Audie Awards® by more than 1000% — even as the pandemic continued to rage. For the fifth year in a row, the Audio PublishersAssociation tapped Black Spot’s live event team from Pelorus Studio to produce their signature Audie Awards® — spangled with star...
Tags: Featured, Advertising, United States, Art and design, Manhattan, Soho, John Leguizamo, Audio Publishers Association, Rob Tannenbaum, Black Spot, Ben Whitten, Alicia D Williams, Audie Awards, Taylor Ervin, JoAnna Laskas, Pelorus Studio


Focus Features Sets June Release for Edgar Wright’s The Sparks Brothers

Focus Features sets June release for Edgar Wright’s The Sparks Brothers On the heels of screening at the 2021 South by Southwest Film Festival (SXSW) and making its world premiere at this year’s Sundance Film Festival ,Edgar Wright’s The Sparks Brothers documentary has landed a June 18 release date from Focus Features! RELATED: Edgar Wright’s Documentary The Sparks Brothers Acquired by Focus And watch this space for imminent news on international release dates for @sparksbrothers from @Un...
Tags: Movies, Edgar Wright, Universal Pictures, Sxsw, Sparks, Soho, Wright, Ron, Focus Features, Scott Pilgrim, Movie News, Nira Park, Russel Mael, Laura Richardson, Media Rights Capital MRC, Southwest Film Festival SXSW


Henry Golding Confirms Snake Eyes Reshoots are Currently Underway

BEGIN SLIDESHOW Henry Golding confirms Snake Eyes reshoots are currently underway Crazy Rich Asians breakout star Henry Golding took to Instagram to confirm that he’s currently back on the set of Paramount Pictures’ Snake Eyes to start filming the reshoots for the upcoming G.I. Joe spinoff. This comes over seven months since the film completed its principal photography in Japan. In his Instagram story, which you can check out below, Golding gave fans an update by assuring them that all ...
Tags: Japan, Movies, Instagram, Paramount Pictures, Edgar Wright, Soho, Golding, Lorenzo di Bonaventura, Stuber, ComingSoon, Movie News, Kenta, Robert Schwentke, Brian Goldner, G.I. Joe, Henry Golding


I finally found an unlined bra for larger cup sizes that's both lightweight and supportive

If you buy through our links, we may earn money from affiliate partners. Learn more. Cuup's The Plunge ($68) is my favorite bra at the moment. Cuup Cuup is a lingerie startup with five minimalist, supportive bra styles that are all $68.I tested out The Plunge ($68) and it's become my favorite option for weekends and weekdays.You can order The Plunge in 10 colors, in band sizes 30-38, and in cup sizes A-H. I first came across Cuup, a four-year-old lingerie startup founded by Fr...
Tags: Reviews, Style, New York City, Trends, Lingerie, Soho, Women's clothing, CUUP, Mara Leighton, Style (Reviews, Product Card, IP Reviews, Women's Apparel, Insider Reviews 2021, Women's Bras, Cuup Cuup


"There were a few people who knew about those pictures, but I didn’t show them publicly at all. I didn’t bother promoting myself."

"Even now, I don’t promote myself. I do photography because I love it. Money isn’t going to make a better picture for me and it is not going to make me happier. I wasn’t working for the work to be shown or seen, I was working for the pleasure of doing the work itself. I guess the reason I didn’t show my work is I was always busy going onto the next thing." From "Interview: Aaron Rose’s Coney Island" (Popular Photography, 2014).What did you like about shooting at Coney Island? The gutsiness. To b...
Tags: Photography, Law, Kodak, Fat, New York Times, Leica, Coney Island, Rose, Soho, Aaron, Ann Althouse, Seen And Unseen, Aaron Rose, Eli Lilly Company, Rebecca Hackemann, High School of Performing Arts


2021 REACH Australia Class Announced

Last week, the National Association of Realtors and Second Century Ventures announced the 2021 REACH Australia Class. This cohort is the second class based out of Australia. Programs such as REACH are critical to developing a global proptech ecosystem, which Geek Estate is proud to support. Six companies were selected to participate in this cohort. Openn Navigation: Digital sales process and platform empowering real estate professionals to facilitate a way to find the true market price for a p...
Tags: Startups, Australia, Radio, Soho, NAR, National Association of Realtors, Reach, SCV, Entrepreneurs and Tech, REACH Australia


The 16 best MasterClass classes, taught by celebrities like Neil deGrasse Tyson, Chris Voss, and Serena Williams

If you buy through our links, we may earn money from affiliate partners. Learn more. MasterClass provides online video classes taught by well-known celebrities and industry leaders.An annual subscription costs $180 ($15 a month) and grants access to all of MasterClass's offerings. Below, you'll find a personal review, some common FAQs, and 16 of the best MasterClass courses.Who better to teach you writing than Margaret Atwood, a backhand than Serena Williams, or singing than Christina Ag...
Tags: New York, Christina Aguilera, La, Trends, Fbi, Neil Degrasse Tyson, Walt Disney Company, Michelin, Margaret Atwood, Annie Leibovitz, Lucasfilm, Rolling Stone, Serena Williams, Carlos Santana, Samuel L Jackson, Coursera


New York cinemas reopen after a year on pause – but will film fans return?

Reopening marks a significant moment after a Covid-induced closure but experts and cinemagoers remain wary over safetyLike all cinemas in New York, the Angelika in Soho has lain dormant for almost an entire year. But just before 10am on Friday, with an unceremonious creak, the shutters raised to welcome its first customers since the city was ravaged by the coronavirus pandemic. Related: US experts warn new Covid variants and states reopening may lead to fourth wave Continue reading...
Tags: New York, Film, US, World news, US news, Culture, Soho, Angelika, Coronavirus


Netflix's Shadow and Bone Trailer Is the Miracle We Need (io9)

The Grishaverse is alive and alight in the new trailer for Shadow and Bone. Based on Leigh Bardugo’s bestselling Grisha trilogy and Six of Crows books, Shadow and Bone follows orphan and mapmaker Alina Starkov (Jessie Mei Li, who will also appear in Edgar Wright’s upcoming Last Night in Soho) as she discovers the…Read more... [Author: Courtney Enlow]
Tags: News, Netflix, Edgar Wright, Soho, Leigh Bardugo, Grisha, Courtney Enlow, Alina Starkov Jessie Mei Li


The cofounder of clothing brand Faherty says the company had its best year yet thanks to a diversified supply chain and the art of storytelling

Alex Faherty Courtesy of Faherty Alex Faherty is the cofounder of the clothing brand Faherty.  The company weathered the pandemic due to its diversified business model.  It also went on a hiring spree to bring on writers who could develop the storytelling of the brand.  Visit the Business section of Insider for more stories. In 2020, clothing brand Faherty had a standout year, according to its twin cofounders Alex and Mike Faherty. Alex credits one thing that helped keep his company afloat...
Tags: Asia, Nordstrom, New York, Instagram, Matthew Mcconaughey, New York City, US, Trends, United States, Manhattan, Venice, Neil Patrick Harris, Kerry, Alex, Hamptons, Barney


Brooklyn Man Arrested in Florida in SoHo Store Robbery

A Brooklyn man was arrested in Florida in the brazen daylight armed robbery of a SoHo luxury store after authorities say he bragged about the heist on social media.
Tags: Florida, Brooklyn, Soho, SoHo Store Robbery


Edgar Wright Directing New ‘The Running Man’ Movie Based on the Stephen King Novel

The Running Man, Stephen King‘s dystopian novel that was very loosely adapted into an Arnold Schwarzenegger movie in the ’80s, is getting a new adaptation from none other than Edgar Wright. Wright’s adaptation will stick more closely to King’s book, which was set in a world where people risked their lives on a deadly game show to earn a billion-dollar jackpot. Wright is tackling the story adaptation for the film with Michael Bacall, and Bacall will write the script. Deadline broke the news t...
Tags: Movies, Stephen-King, Sci-fi, America, Adaptation, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Paramount Pictures, King, Edgar-Wright, Soho, Wright, Simon Kinberg, Richard Dawson, Bacall, Scott Pilgrim, Richard Bachman


How Supreme went from a small skateboarding store to a billion-dollar streetwear company

Supreme was once a small skateboarding store in New York City. Now, it's a billion-dollar company well known for its presence in the fashion industry. The retail value of Supreme's clothing isn't that outlandish, but once the items sell out, they begin to increase in value.  Supreme under-produces to the demand, creating a huge resale market and exclusivity associated with the brand.  Visit the Business section of Insider for more stories. Following is a transcript of the video.Shopper 1: Sup...
Tags: New York, Instagram, New York City, Trends, Nike, Manhattan, Robert De Niro, Ncaa, NHL, North Face, Chris, Louis Vuitton, Soho, Tyler, Gore Tex, Supreme


Do You Remember……..

Do you remember……….DuWop Cosmetics? I got an e-mail in my inbox just now with a coupon code. They e-mail me from time to time and it just struck me funny how obsessed I used to be with Lip Venom. Remind me again why we liked this so much? I can’t confirm this but I’m pretty sure they use Lip Venom to numb the lip area in preparation for lip fillers! If you didn’t have huge lips after applying Lip Venom you were doing it wrong. Remember when they released the blood red stained version to prom...
Tags: Beauty, Soho, Giorgio Armani, Fill In The Beauty


Sex workers are human too. They deserve protections for reporting violence.

Sex workers go on strike on International Women's Day, marching from Soho to the Royal Court of Justice on 8th March 2020 in London, United Kingdom. Claire Doherty/In Pictures/Getty Images Sex workers are scared to report violence for fear of criminalization for prostitution.  Between 45% and 75% of sex workers globally have experienced violence at work. Until decriminalization of sex work occurs, the best way to protect sex workers from violence is to give them amnesty from criminaliz...
Tags: UK, New York, California, Office, US, San Francisco, Trends, United States, Nevada, Soho, London United Kingdom, SFPD, Molly Smith, San Francisco Police Department SFPD, Royal Court of Justice, Claire Doherty In Pictures Getty Images Sex


When you can’t quit a crush

Falling head over heels in love is one thing, but if it becomes all-consuming you may be in ‘limerance’A few years ago I was at my university’s library, frantically refreshing a dating app. Under my crush’s photo there was a location setting that told me how far she was from me. “One mile away!” I felt a surge of adrenaline and my mind started racing.I was a promoter for a gay nightclub in London’s Soho, which was where I met Lucy. I’d drop my flyers on purpose and she’d help me pick them up. We...
Tags: Psychology, Science, London, Relationships, Life and style, Health & wellbeing, Lucy, Soho


‘The Sparks Brothers’ Clip Gives You a Look at Edgar Wright’s New Music Documentary

Edgar Wright‘s return to narrative features, Last Night in Soho, is set to arrive later this year. But that’s not the only thing the Baby Driver filmmaker has up his sleeve. He also has The Sparks Brothers, a documentary about the pop-rock band Sparks. Wright’s doc has a cavalcade of famous faces turning up to sing the band’s praises, and in a snappy, fast-paced clip you can watch below, Wright’s interview subjects can’t stop talking about how unique Sparks were when they burst onto the scene i...
Tags: Movies, Documentary, Los Angeles, Edgar-Wright, Sparks, Video Clips, Soho, Sundance, Wright, Ron, Russell, Ethan Anderton, Sparks Wright, Sparks Brothers, The Sparks Brothers, Sparks Brothers Clip Here


The 15 best online courses on MasterClass, from acting with Samuel L. Jackson to writing with Margaret Atwood

When you buy through our links, we may earn money from our affiliate partners. Learn more. is an e-learning platform that provides online video classes taught by well-known celebrities and industry leaders.An costs $180 (or $14.99 per month). Below, you'll find a personal review, some common FAQs, and 13 of the best MasterClass courses.Sign up for Insider Reviews' weekly newsletter for more buying advice and great deals.Who better to teach you writing than Margaret Atwood, a backhand than Se...
Tags: New York, Christina Aguilera, La, Trends, Fbi, Neil Degrasse Tyson, Walt Disney Company, Michelin, Margaret Atwood, Annie Leibovitz, Lucasfilm, Rolling Stone, Serena Williams, Carlos Santana, Samuel L Jackson, Coursera


Edgar Wright and Kevin Feige Are Friends Again After Not Speaking Since Wright Left ‘Ant-Man’

Before the Marvel Cinematic Universe had even taken shape, Edgar Wright was hired to direct an Ant-Man movie. Wright and co-writer Joe Cornish had written a treatment for the film back in 2003, and were hired by Marvel in 2006. From there, Wright spent the next few years developing the project. He even shot test footage that screened at the 2012 San Diego Comic-Con. But by 2014, Wright walked away due to creative differences and Marvel brought in Peyton Reed to direct. According to Wright, he h...
Tags: Movies, San Diego, Marvel Studios, Edgar-Wright, Joe Cornish, Ant Man, Soho, Wright, Kevin, Paul Rudd, Kevin-Feige, MCU, Peyton Reed, Feige, Empire Magazine, Collider Wright


Baked by Melissa's delicious mini cupcakes are perfect for any occasion - we've bought them for ourselves and as gifts

When you buy through our links, we may earn money from our affiliate partners. Learn more. Baked by Melissa Facebook Baked by Melissa is a New York City-based cupcake shop famous for its bite-sized cupcakes in fun colors and creative flavors. Nationwide shipping starts at $15.95 on orders with a $20 minimum so you can send these treats to a loved one easily.  When you want to satisfy your sweet tooth and try a bunch of different cool flavors without overloading on sugar, we can't thin...
Tags: Reviews, Kitchen, Food, New York City, Trends, Manhattan, Dining, Dessert, Soho, Melissa, Melissa The, Connie Chen, Melissa Read, Product Card, Kitchen (Reviews, IP Reviews