Inspired by Pharrell's "Happy" video, Geoffrey Stevens started filming New Yorkers dancing around different NYC neighborhoods to the song (it's not unlike the Girl Walk All Day project). It will make you smile. Don't you like to smile?...Show More Summary
Mexico City is developing the vacant land under its elevated highways. Could Toronto follow its lead? Public Works looks at public space, urban design, and city-building innovations from around the world, and considers what Toronto might learn from them. Show More Summary
A new variety night from Bourgeois & Maurice.
A new Bollywood film, “Mastram”, traces the fictional journey of a real-life writer of erotica whose racy low-cost works in Hindi spurred sales at bookstalls and pavement shops across India in the 1980’s and 90’s.
Video Walton Communities plans to build a 120-unit, four-story senior apartment complex in Dunwoody’s Georgetown community.Representatives of the apartment company described the Legacy at Georgetown project to members of the Dunwoody...Show More Summary
Pro wrestler Colt Cabana pretends to hurt people for a living. The 33-year-old Deerfield native has been doing it for 15 years, briefly in WWE but mostly on the independent scene. But the punch he delivered to actor Michael Cera's groin...Show More Summary
Joe Seer/Shutterstock Did you watch The Oscars last night? Did you complain about how boring and horrible it was but keep watching anyway? Me too! We saw some glamour in fits and starts, most of it radiating off of winner and queen of my heart Lupita Nyong'o, but the majority of dresses were different versions of bedazzled, nude leg hosiery. Show More Summary
Just when you thought the chasm between what the Kremlin is saying and what it's doing couldn't get any wider, the Russian military is demanding that Ukrainian forces surrender while Russian diplomats are denying that troops are even...Show More Summary
Each week, Torontoist examines the upcoming TV listings and makes note of programs that are entertaining, informative, and of quality. Or, alternately, none of those. The result: Televisualist. Monday Almost Human concludes its first season and… it’s been a little rough? The actors are still very good, but the show doesn’t seem to be going […]
TweetHere it is: Comet Skateboards // SAN FRANCISCO SHRED CITY And in the end, they have a Shutterfly book to send to Nana
TweetAll the deets on TLMade: Here’s the pitch: TLMade is a social enterprise centered on bringing out creativity, producing quality products, and creating jobs all within the Tenderloin District of San Francisco. Through the support of City Impact, our purpose is to transform lives through discipleship relationships, and create community through art and work, while [...]
TweetHere it is, from the police union: Who staged this cheesy recreation of the Asiana 214 crash landing? And who chose the old-school narration style? I don’t know what you’re doing, POA. Certainly, the populace considers this PR campaign odd. Oh well. Oh and here’s the concomitant billboard - let’s strike a pose in front of a [...]
Video On April 23-27, 2014 Dunwoody Preservation Trust (DPT) will host Lemonade Days, its annual fund raising event. Lemonade Days 2014 will again feature the same format that we have enjoyed for the past few years. This year we plan to continue our extended carnival hours, add rides, diversify more broadly the food choices and add new activities. Show More Summary
A group of socially active young people from award-winning youth empowerment charity, Envision, are partnering with Unchosen to Break The Chain of Human Trafficking in Birmingham. This will be an evening of powerful short-films from independent film makers – shining a light on a practice that thrives in the shadows. The event begins at 7pm […]
Hell hath no fury like a woman separated from her schnauzers: a Manhattan woman is suing her ex-boyfriend for canine custody after he allegedly dognapped two pets they'd agreed to share. Hopefully she's retained Elle Woods as her attorney. [ more › ]
When you get into your vehicle what is the first thing you do? Plug in your phone charger? Pick your choice of CD or start your engine? Just how many people put on their seat belts before doing any of those other things? Statistics indicate that wearing a seat belt is not the main priority […]
We don't think we have to sell you too hard on why the New York Public Library is such an important and beloved NYC institution—if you read physical books and/or are interested in ectoplasmic anomalies, you know how indispensable it is. Show More Summary
I'm impressed that after 10 weeks, The Eternal Zero still holds a grip on Japanese audiences. The film cleared $75 million in revenue, which is certainly a feat for any film in Japan. I doubt that the film will keep its current paceShow More Summary
Now is truly the winter of our it-will-never-stop-snowing: after a brief warm spell over the weekend, Mother Nature is back to her old abominable tricks, and she just can't wait to hug you and squeeze you and call you George. More snow...Show More Summary
The Cardigans singer goes solo.