Day: October 11, 2018

Coronado Author Showcase And Indie Author Day – Coronado Eagle and Journal

In celebration of national Independent or “Indie” Authors Day, the Coronado Public Library and the Cultural Arts Commission present a program of events for aspiring writers and a showcase of Coronado’s local authors. The events take place Saturday, Oct. 13, 2018, beginning at 9 a.m., in the Coronado Public Library’s Winn Room and adjacent grounds. […]

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Melbourne hipsters invent unspeakably gross trick called 'the human cocktail strainer' – Pickle

By Dannielle Maguire5 hours ago Ok, so we’re actually really struggling to write this story. We’ve covered a lot of gross things at 9Pickle, like mega pimples being popped and two-litre poos being surgically removed from someone’s clogged bowels. Disgusting stuff is our jam. We have an incredibly high tolerance for yuckiness. But this video […]

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How Bill Cunningham shaped today's street style photographers – Vogue Australia

Photographer: Jonathan Daniel Pryce A familiar face for many New Yorkers and fashion industry insiders – unmistakable in his simple uniform of blue French worker’s jacket, white shirt and beige slacks – Bill Cunningham documented decades of street style through his New York Times columns “On the Street” and “Evening Hours”, both launched around 1989. […]

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Fashion chain Coast collapses into administration with 300 jobs at risk in another blow for the High Street as WH … – Daily Mail

Fashion chain Coast has collapsed into administration putting 300 jobs at risk- in another blow to the already ailing British high street. It came just hours after WH Smith launched an overhaul of its under-pressure business as it revealed sliding sales and profits at the division. Staff at Coast- which specialises in women’s clothing- were […]

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Indie-rock heroes Swearin' regroup for Fall Into the Sun – Chicago Reader

A history of 2010s indie-rock wouldn’t be complete without at least one chapter—if not a volume—about twin sisters and musicians Katie and Allison Crutchfield. As half of the Birmingham band P.S. Eliot, which broke up in 2011, they released a handful of recordings, including two full-length albums that helped build a foundation for emo’s fourth […]

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The Armoury Is Stocking Your Off-Duty Fall Wardrobe – Robb Report

Mark Cho and the team of well-dressed men behind the Armoury know a thing or two about hunting down the finest in men’s fashion—stocking its New York and Hong Kong boutiques with some of the top, and often thoroughly under-the-radar, purveyors of classic tailoring and handmade shoes. They’re experts in finding the kind of quietly […]

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Coast fashion chain closes high street stores – The Guardian

The fashion chain Coast has become the latest casualty of the high-street crisis, with 300 jobs and 24 stores set to go. The brand’s high-street stores are closing, but its 145 department-store concessions will carry on trading as part of the sale to sister brand Karen Millen as part of an 11th-hour rescue deal. Staff […]

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Signals Midwest celebrates 10 years of Cleveland indie-punk – cleveland.com

By Anne Nickoloff, cleveland.com | Posted October 11, 2018 at 02:12 PM Tommy Calderon CLEVELAND, Ohio — For a band that formed for the fun of it, Signals Midwest has gone further than its members could have ever imagined. The punk band came together 10 years ago in Cleveland with a handful of friends who […]

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BREAKING: High street fashion chain Coast faces COLLAPSE after going into administration – Daily Star

HIGH street women’s fashion chain Coast looks set to go bust – with hundreds of staff at risk of losing their jobs. DS (Pic: DS) Staff were told on Thursday night the firm had been drafted in to carry out the administration process.  It is believed rival fashion firm Karen Millen has bought […]

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A Runway That Reflects Our World: How 4 Brands Are Bringing Fashion to Life – Vogue.com

There’s nothing typical about Gypsy Sport, Ambush, Y/Project, and Martine Rose. Each of these brands is not only helmed by young talents with a knack for disruption—Rio Uribe at Gypsy Sport, Verbal and Yoon at Ambush, Glenn Martens at Y/Project, and the eponymous Martine Rose—but they have found innovative ways to express a sense of […]

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