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Jameson takes us behind the scenes to present 12 of Brooklyn's finest bartenders - the heroes who make it all happen. Learn about the hidden talents and signature drinks, tips beyond tipping, and even hear some of their best bar stories. This week's Bartender Spotlight: Rosey Rosenkranz. What's the hardest part of your job? The easiest? The hardest part is dealing with people and the easiest part dealing with people. You know who you are. What's your signature Jameson...
In it's second year of existence, Panorama NYC Music Festival returns to Randall's Island this weekend with a lineup just as strong as last year's Arcade Fire, Kendrick Lamar, and LCD Soundsystem-led debut. Seen as an alternative option to Governors Ball—held about seven weeks apart, Panorama and Gov Ball both have their fun on Randall's Island—this year's festival will see a wide array of music, seemingly broken down at the top by themed days this...
Reservoir Dogs (1992) Directed by Quentin Tarantino Tarantino’s revelatory gut-punch of a first feature, now 25 years old, has profoundly influenced crime movies. It established snappy dialogue on life’s banalities, 1970s nostalgia, extreme casual violence, vintage noir tribute, and foul-mouthed jokes as staples of the genre that endure to this day. The tone is set in the legendary pre-credit sequence, with the color-codenamed gang of veteran thieves eating at a diner. Mr. Pink (Buscemi) whiningly questions...
Twin Peaks: Fire Walk with Me (1992) Directed by David Lynch One of the many positive effects of the impending return of Twin Peaks to the television airwaves is in bringing—on its 25th-anniversary year, no less—Twin Peaks: Fire Walk With Me back into wider public consciousness, thus opening it up to the reassessment it so richly deserves after its lackluster reception back in 1992. Naturally, David Lynch being the uncompromisingly idiosyncratic auteur that he is, the...

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