Day: December 6, 2018

Joe and Charlie Casely-Hayford: 'All men need a trouser press' – Financial Times

A patchwork of different shades, from butterscotch yellow to seaweed green, adorns the walls of the new Casely-Hayford shop in the heart of London’s Marylebone. “You can see we like colour,” says 62-year-old British menswear designer Joe Casely-Hayford, the patriarch of a budding fashion dynasty. Perched next to him on a tailor’s stool is his […]

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The Early Days of the Nuyorican Poets Cafe – The New York Times

El Espace is a column dedicated to news and culture relevant to Latinx communities. Expect politics, arts, analysis, personal essays and more. ¿Lo mejor? It’ll be in Spanish and English, so you can forward it to your tía, your primo Lalo or anyone else (read: everyone). In digitizing The New York Times’s photo archives, one […]

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Handmade Arcade, The Area's Largest Indie Craft Fair, Returns – 90.5 WESA

The 14th annual Handmade Arcade on Saturday will look a lot like the past several ones, as Pittsburgh’s oldest and largest indie craft fair takes over a big chunk of the David L. Lawrence Convention Center for the day. Handmade Arcade runs 11 a.m.-7 p.m. Sat., Dec. 8. David L. Lawrence Convention Center, 1000 Fort […]

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Forget Hipster Santa: Portland needs these 21 Santa Clauses right now – OregonLive.com

By Lizzy Acker | The Oregonian/OregonLive | Posted December 06, 2018 at 10:13 AM | Updated December 06, 2018 at 10:15 AM Jacqueline Dormer/The Republican-Herald via AP Hipster Santa is just whatever. He’s soooo 2016. Portland is too unique for such a vague and general Santa. Here are 21 Santa Clauses Portland could have, sitting […]

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Holiday Music for the Joyful, the Lonely and the Skeptical – The New York Times

JD McPherson, ‘Socks’ JD McPherson is a vivid reinterpreter of the strutting rock ’n’ roll of the 1950s. His holiday album, “Socks,” is a collection of original songs with startlingly original conceits. The mopey “Socks” is a tongue-lashing to unoriginal gift givers. “Bad Kid” is a lite-rockabilly boast from someone with “a black leather jacket […]

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Lincoln Yards plan imperils Chicago's indie music scene – Crain's Chicago Business

Chicago has a uniquely vibrant and world-renowned music culture, full of both history and contemporary relevance and innovation. Providing the creative backbone for this vital segment of Chicago’s appeal is a dedicated, delicate, interconnected, far-reaching ecosystem of independent artists, clubs, record labels, promoters, media outlets and retail establishments. The proposed LiveNation/Ticketmaster involvement in the Lincoln […]

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Large high-street fashion brand could shut two of its Teesside branches – Teesside Live

Fashion store Peacock’s could pull the shutters on two of its biggest Teeesside branches for good. Staff at the clothing chain are facing an uncertain future after ‘closing down’ posters appeared in the windows of its Middlesbrough stores at Cleveland Retail Park and Captain Cook Square. The signs also read ‘subject to landlord negotiations’. But […]

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The 65 Best Songs of 2018 – The New York Times

1. The 1975, ‘Love It if We Made It’ In a swirl of harplike arpeggios over a stubborn beat, Matty Healy rails at hypocrisy and disinformation, complaining “Modernity has failed us,” and admits to individual ambition despite it all: a millennial’s plight. 2. Sade, ‘The Big Unknown’ Desolate lost love haunts the verses before determined […]

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'Fashion has failed us!' Protestors strip to their lingerie and march through Victoria's Secret at Oxford Circus in … – Daily Mail

Protesters dressed in their underwear have staged a demonstration outside lingerie giant Victoria’s Secret on London‘s Oxford Street. The diverse group of women – including one with a stoma bag – braved the plummeting temperatures wearing just knickers and crop tops, in a bid to raise awareness of the lack of diversity in the fashion […]

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Amal Clooney Has a Major Fashion Moment at the UN Correspondents Association Awards in New York – Vogue.com

Amal Clooney rarely makes appearances on the red carpet, but when she does, the world takes notice—and for good reason. Her star turn at the United Nations Correspondents Association Awards in New York last night was no different. With her husband George at her side, the human rights attorney radiated classic Hollywood glamour in a […]

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