By Jesse Green Via vulture.com A typical musical might list 18 numbers in its program; Hamilton, with 34, is more in the range of operatic works like Porgy and Bess. Ambition is part of it, no less for Lin-Manuel Miranda today than for George Gershwin in 1935. So is scope. The true-life tale of the orphan immigrant […]
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by Sarah Zorn Via Brooklyn Magizine Between embarking on tropical vacations or steamy weekends at the beach, slurping oysters, barbecuing, and sipping frosty drinks on rooftops, it’s never going to be easy to bid adieu to yet another fleeting summer season. But since there’s nothing you can do to stay September’s inevitable crash back into reality, […]
By: anneh Via artistsnetwork.com The award-winners in the 2015 UART Online Pastel Competition represent an impressive collection of pastel prowess and ingenuity. The juror was Liz Haywood-Sullivan—artist, author, instructor and current president of the International Association of Pastel Societies. She had her work cut out for her, having to select a first, second and third place winner, […]
By Kerry O’Conor MM Editors Via moviemaker.com Read all 50 Film Festivals here. The Festivals AMERICAN FILM FESTIVAL Wroclaw, Poland / Oct. 20-25, 2015 / americanfilmfestival.pl With generous prizes, excellent programming, a very favorable rate of acceptance (last year a whopping third of submissions got in), free lodging and transportation, and field trips around Poland—all that for no entry fee—submitting […]
By Nick Murray Via rollingstone.com Once again, we talked to 10 of the hottest artists who are climbing the charts, breaking the Internet or just dominating our office stereos. This month: One of Korea’s most popular female MCs, a social-media sensation turned pop star, goth rock’s gravest new pleasure, a Blink-182-inspired party rapper and more. 1. Tunde Olaniran […]
by Brianna Lance Via soitgoesmag.com Tunes by William Onyeabor, Jagwar Ma, George McCrae, and The Stone Roses to get you dancing this weekend. Image: Bianca Jagger with Angie Bowie at the Ziggy Stardust Retirement Party in 1973 by John Rodgers.
A few tunes by French Kicks, Sam Cooke, and Nina Simone (plus a few more) to spice up your week. Image: Bruce Davidson, Brooklyn Gang (1959) Brianna Lance Via soitgoesmag.com
BIOPHILIA film Via soitgoesmag.com The Biophilia Hypothesis Excerpted from Peter H. Kahn, Jr.’s Developmental Psychology and the Biophilia Hypothesis: Children’s Affiliation with Nature The Biophilia hypothesis asserts the existence of a fundamental, genetically based, human need and propensity to affiliate with life and lifelike processes. Consider, for example, that recent studies have shown that even minimal […]
By Anna Brismar Via makeitlast.se Every other week, Make it last’s sustainability expert Anna Brismar of Green Strategy answers questions about fashion and sustainability. Have a question you want answered? Send it here. And read more about what sustainable fashion really is, or at least how we define it with the help of Anna, here. This week’s question: Designers have […]
By MCKEL HILL Via Intothegloss.com This may be a bold statement, I know, but hear me out. The concept of beauty food is basically consuming nutrient-dense, anti-inflammatory foods that keep our bodies healthy from the inside out, where all beauty fundamentally starts. So it’s not about vanity here, it’s about how a healthy inside shows on […]
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