Sunday, 23 December 2012 03:17
The daring and dexterous Nigel Sylvester stars in a new commercial Fueled by Gatorade. Beautifully shot in his New York hometown on RED cameras, this artistic clip captures the professional BMX street rider in his element. The ad was directed by Harrison Boyce and, if you pay attention, you can catch glimpses of his cameo appearance subliminally tucked away in the leafy Queens borough as Sylvester presses in to create that Perfect Moment. This video is pretty epic as far as commercials go. Enjoy.
Wednesday, 12 December 2012 02:07
Just days after a very public outburst over wife CoCo Austin's PDA-packed pictures with another man, Ice-T is ready to forgive, forget, and move on. On Monday, the rapper and Law & Order actor, 54, reunited with his glamor model spouse, 33, in New York City, where they hit up an event at the Last Rites Gallery. [See & Read More]
Published in Gossip
Thursday, 06 December 2012 18:05
Mr. Damon Brandt, a New York-based art dealer and consultant, shares his recipe for a healthy supper of quinoa, prawns and tomatoes, served with a fig, rocket and pea-shoot salad. Mr Brandt's dish is easy to emulate, quick to prepare and perfect for a light weekday supper. He doesn't reveal what he'd drink with it, but we'd go for a glass or two of Albariño wine, from Galicia in northwest Spain. Enjoy.
Tuesday, 27 November 2012 20:21
Fabolous reps hard for his home city of New York in the video for “So NY.” The Brooklyn spitter takes to the streets during Hurricane Sandy in the black-and-white visual directed by TAJ-TPK. As Loso rocks out with a band, images flash of the flooding and damage the storm caused. As strong New Yorkers do, the re-building process has already begun. Download Fab’s new The S.O.U.L. Tape 2 here.
Thursday, 15 November 2012 23:16
Google’s smartphone app team Niantic Labs has released a new multi-player gaming platform for mobile users that turns your real-world location into a virtual world. For example, if you are in Times Square in New York, the app’s built-in scatter map technology knows where you are and adds a virtual layer to it. It leads you to real statues and landmarks to continue the game. Calling the game Ingress, players operate under the premise that a strange energy has been discovered by European scientists, and it must be controlled before it controls you. To request an invite for the trial stages of the game for Android via Google Play, head here. Enjoy.
Thursday, 15 November 2012 20:51
Apple's latest product release is always a hot commodity— a fact that certainly isn't lost on the bandits and black marketeers of the world. The company was the victim of a large scale heist at JFK Airport in New York this week, where two men absconded with multiple crates containing approximately $1.5 million worth of iPad Minis.The crooks struck a cargo building at the airport shortly before midnight, using an on-site forklift to load two pallets full of iPad Minis onto a truck, The New York Post reports. [Read More]
Published in News
Monday, 05 November 2012 00:13
A couple ties the knot amid all the devastation from Hurricane Sandy, and not a single guest wasn't affected by the storm. The bride’s parents lost their home. The groom, a firefighter, has been reporting to work helping Superstorm Sandy relief efforts. But despite all the devastation, a couple and their guests are embracing a joy-filled wedding day a week after Sandy hit.
Monday, 22 October 2012 17:21
Jay-Z has his hand in everything... including cognac. The hip-hop mogul officially launched the Bacardi-produced cognac, D'usse, back in May and now, appears in a short commercial promoting the dark liquor expected to compete with Hennessy.The brief one-minute clip features Hoav smoking a cigar in slow motion while reaching for his snifter of D'usse while gazing over the New York skyline.The commercial ends with a simple statement: "A bold new expression of cognac." Enjoy.
Tuesday, 09 October 2012 22:29
A number of firms, like GTIS Partners in New York, are buying thousands of single family homes to rent them out. Buying single family homes as an investment just might save the housing market, says one of the country’s biggest real estate investment firms in New York. GTIS has its eyes set on new, uniquely American investment opportunity. It’s less exotic than their usual hot spots. And far more distressed. Which makes the assets quite cheap.
Wednesday, 19 September 2012 15:24
This could possibly be our new weekend anthem. I’ve been jammin’ to New York's Outasight for awhile now, and he seems to be constantly growing in popularity. It’s always good to see hard-working artists get some shine. Checkout the fun visuals directed by Isaac Ravishankara and download the single on iTunes now. Enjoy.