Restauranteur, Stratis Morfogen, brings forth a blast from the past by re-introducing the Automat and revitalizing the concept of fast food.
HBO Max’s new series, based on the novel of the same name by Alissa Nutting, “Made for Love,” begs the question, if you could read your partner’s mind, would you? The series’ main character Hazel Green (Cristin Milioti) isn’t given much of a choice when her narcissistic, megalomaniac, tech billionaire husband, Byron Gogol (Billy Magnussen) implants a chip in her head that allows him to do as such.
Japan House LA, once again presents an extraordinary night of cultural infusion by debuting their newest exhibition, BAKERU: Transforming Spirits, through interactive digital technology.
SingularDTV is a blockchain driven film and television studio that also serves as a distribution portal and advocates for the blockchain project. In an attempt to get audiences to understand their mission, they hosted a brunch at the Sofitel Hotel in New York City on November 18th.
Kings Games launched their new game, Candy Crush Friends, on October 12th in Battery Park with a proper candy land party the rain just couldn’t stop.
When consumers normally think about auto racing first thing that comes to mind are zooming vehicles speeding around a track at the speed of lightening.
Last Thursday, June 21st, LG launched their latest experiential bluetooth speaker line in collaboration with AFROPUNK & Twin Shadow at Williamsburg’s National Sawdust. The event also saw the popular synth-pop artist play several tracks from his recently released album, ‘Caer’.
Refinery29’s multi-sensory playground 29Rooms returned to New York Fashion Week.
Urban Tech is investing in tomorrow’s youth.
When one thinks of Epson, black printers and tech gadgets come to mind; but last night at the Digital Couture Project, there was a much more colorful side to the Japanese electronics maven.