For years, the discussion amongst most "bros" is which supercars to own in their Dream Garages. And it has ranged from luxury exotics to vintage daily drivers that would be re-tuned to their polished glory— both affording envy of all kinds. One of the cars that always comes up is BMW’s monster M-powered sports sedan, the M5. A five series model that makes no apologies for its size, weight, stance, and performance. Onlookers and owners alike know that the M5 means bizness- a vehicle that accommodates a hectic daily lifestyle as well as a powerful track car for weekend warriors looking to challenge its 4,276-pound pose.
Now with BMW introducing a refreshing version to the already legendary sedan, the M5 Competition Edition (with only 200 units produced) affords new features and increased pow...
The new Huawei Mate 20 Pro has the latest technology and boasts incredible performance with features such as super-long-lasting battery with innovative shareable power, incredible performance with ultra-fast speeds, in-screen fingerprint, and 3D facial mapping unlock features. The new Kirin 980 chipset features technology that gives you faster app launch times and seamless multi-tasking. Thanks to the new chipset, the Huawei Mate 20 Pro boasts some major processing power.
The amazing thing about living in or visiting the city of Toronto is that there is no shortage of sites to see, people to meet, content or food to consume, not to mention the number of festivals that take place in this multicultural megacity. Known as having the most festival per capita in North America, that says a lot about a city that might eventually mirror New York in the coming decades.
Last week (through September 21-27), I took part in one of the newest and innovative festivals to arrive in Toronto, Elevate. It’s a four day, city-wide “tech fest” that is a diverse and inclusive event that features inspiring keynotes, topical content streams, experiential programming, and epic socials. As a Creative, I was joined by global professionals, tech leaders, investors, and many more lookin...
To raise money for the mental health charity: Mind, Secret 7" and Greenwich Peninsula invited ten world famous artists to use a Rega Planar 1 turntable as their canvas. Each turntable is up for auction, and the artists range from Es Devil, known for her stage sculptures for Beyoncé and Kanye West to Turner Prize winner Jeremy Deller who has been dubbed the "pied piper of popular culture." All ten turntables will be on display in the Ace Hotel in London for the duration of the auction.
Going to the movies is an experience of its own but the Delphi Lux Cinema adds another layer. Located in Berlin's City West district, the building offers seven distinct theaters. Their personalities are on display as soon as you enter the lobby with exteriors ranging from pink diamond shaped tiles to knotted pinewood. Inside, every auditorium is branded with its own mix of LED lights and geometric patterns. The hue of the neon glow varies from room to room, giving each one a unique, futuristic atmosphere.
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Youcan Robot’s BW-Space is a the ideal accessory for any level underwater explorer. The drone is outfitted with a 4K camera, autonomous and piloted control features, and LED light settings. The drone does not come with the Control Remote, but the unit features an autopilot mode and auto-tracking for subjects the 4K, UHD camera recognizes as the focal point. $659
There are endless “Summer Hits” playlists and oftentimes their decade—or specific year—of release can be pinned down without even checking the title. As with the Backstreet Boys and Britney—there is a similar, or familiar, sound. But, in a new interactive guide from the New York Times, hope for diversity in popular hits returns. Songs like Drake’s “Nice For What” or Cardi B’s “I Like It,” are summer hits of today and they couldn’t, in theory, sound more different. In the guide, technical aspects like loudness, valence, energy, “acoustic-ness,” and danceability map out charts for popular songs. See how each year’s array of charts differ at the New York Times.
Jason Bateman stars in this crime series as Marty Byrde, a financial planner who gets involved with some really bad dudes and has to relocate to the titular summer resort community. While there, Byrd must juggle a money laundering scheme to help pay back a massive debt and the safety of his family—all while staying a step ahead of the authorities. Bateman gives one of the best performance of his career—and it’s a stark difference from his comedic work on Arrested Development. Catch up on the 10-episode first season before Season 2 goes live.
When I got the Late Late Show With James Corden Opens a New Window. job in 2014, I had to make a change. For years, I was touring and had put on a lot of weight. I’d get low energy or melancholic, and think that food would make me feel good, so I’d raid the hotel minibar and feel terrible. Then, when I was home in Brooklyn, I had access to a bunch of great new restaurants—and lot of calories. When I moved to Los Angeles, I was tired of being overweight and finally had the chance to do something about it.
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I started having food delivered by a company called Kore Kitchen. The meals are simple— baked chickenOpens a New Window. with steamed broccoli, cod with wilted spinach. I love having a modular food system. Two units show up and have enough sustenance for...