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Writer, editor, and token office goth at Brooklyn Magazine.
As the features editor for VICE’s dance-music vertical, THUMP, and one of the programmers at the Lot Radio, Lhooq is a powerful as well as empowering voice for women in Brooklyn’s thriving electronic music scene—and beyond. How long have you been at THUMP? Why did you want to join the team? Since a little before we launched in April 2013. I’d been writing for VICE already, and one of my editors was like, “Hey Michelle, you...
Remy Holwick is a photographer and the lead admin in a secret online feminist group (even the name’s a secret!) that gives 3,000+ New York City women, most of whom are in Brooklyn, a safe place to discuss what’s on their minds. Stemming from an LA sister-group with 17,000+ members, the NYC chapter does everything from helping women better support each other through hard times to offering up jobs to discussing political issues to...
Last week marked the release of our annual 30 Under 30 issue, and because each of these individuals is so interesting, we thought we'd further highlight them by running some brief interviews with them. Name: Madison Maxey Age: 22 Neighborhood: Fort Greene Occupation: Creative Technologist and Co-Founder of The Crated Who would be your choice for a 30 Under 30? Zach Valenti Who are your role models in your industry? The entire team at Adafruit. Nan-Wei Gong from Google's Project Jacquard, Francis Bitonti . What...
Your clothes are dumb. They probably don’t look dumb. But they are, you know, not smart. Like, they are literally brainless. Yeah, we know: Clothing is inanimate, so of course it’s not intelligent. But being an inanimate object doesn’t stop your smart phone from being, well, smart. So why not clothes? Don’t worry: Madison Maxey is working on it. Maxey is the endlessly curious, 22-year-old co-founder of The Crated, a Brooklyn-based, second-generation wearable technology company,...

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