The Friendliest Town is a documentary observing and investigating the complex story of Kelvin Sewell, the first African American Police Chief of a small Maryland town, directed by journalist Stephen Janis. We got an opportunity to sit down with the team behind it.
Premiering 19 years after 9/11, “We Are Many” is a fascinating documentary by Amir Amirani that focuses on the implications of the Iraq War, focusing on the anti-war efforts and the media support behind the war.
Lincoln Joins Forces W/ Calm; Launches Collaboration W/ Complimentary App Subscription & Wellness Conversation
The auto company known for its obsession with relaxation is partnering with Calm, a wellness app, and many experts in the wellness space to bring peace on the road and off. The kickoff of the collaboration takes place Wednesday at 11 am ET/8 am PT. Watch it live here.
Guests from all industries came out to support The Whitney Museum of American Art and all of its progressive efforts, with performances by Darren Bader, SHYBOI and more.
The event, hosted at the famed FAO Schwarz in NYC, celebrates and supports St. Jude’s contribution to children’s health and wellness.
The event allowed guests to sample a selection of wines from the expansive and innovative chateau in the heart of the Beaujolais region in France.
The Mondrian Los Angeles Celebrates the Completion of 19 MILLION DOLLAR Renovation; Reveals $100,000 Penthouse Experience
We tour the renovated penthouse and get the scoop on a $100,000 Icon Package. Get the details.
With a title that borrows from the legendary cultural icon by Victor Hugo, the film is oppressively scaled yet never seems to go quite deep enough.