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Another day, another new series to binge or film to see. As Netflix, Amazon and HBO re-define how we watch TV and MoviePass upends the film industry, it’s clear we’re looking for more and more stories: from summer blockbusters to updated beloved classics to expansive mini-series to powerful documentaries and biopics. To understand why we’re so drawn to film, we asked a few of Brooklyn-based filmmakers for their thoughts on the power of storytelling...
“One consultant even told me that if you challenge Carolyn Maloney, you’ll never have lunch in this town again,” exclaims Suraj Patel with a half laugh from his Astor Place campaign headquarters. The former cocktail bar is decked out in Patel’s pale pink and blue campaign posters, signs emblazoned with slogans such as “Competition fuels Democracy” and filled with youthful staffers and volunteers. The 34-congressional hopeful for District-12 indeed has a tough task in...
As a shopper these days, I’m very picky. My priorities when it comes to purchasing clothing has matured as I have since I was 17 for a number of reasons. At 17, I got my first job working at one of the biggest, most popular, and frankly ethically problematic clothing companies out there. I saw the in’s and out’s of an ugly operation and looking back, I’m disgusted with myself for having participated in...
The last time I was at City Point, the mixed-use residential and commercial complex, located in Downtown Brooklyn, I hosted their BKLYN All-Stars Shoot Out Event for NBA All-Star Weekend. Bringing out families from all across the borough, to have them compete for gift cards and bragging rights, was a complete success. Not to mention the fact that, after the shoot out, Italian restaurant Fortina (located on the lower level of City Point), blessed all who participated...

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