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Columbia University Acquires Patti LuPone’s Theatrical Archive

November 12, 2019

Two-time Tony winner Patti LuPone, who returns to Broadway later this season in her Olivier-winning role in the revival of Stephen Sondheim’s Company, has donated a portion of her personal archive to Columbia University’s Rare Book & Manuscript Library. The ongoing collection, which spans LuPone’s five-decade career, consists of opening and closing night notes, press clippings, Playbills, and […]

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Langar: The gastronomy of a community kitchen

November 10, 2019

The beauty of langar is that it is an extremely democratic and inclusive way of breaking bread together. Barriers of caste and hierarchies of social status are all broken as everyone sits cross-legged on floor. PM Modi, others attended langar at Dera Baba Nanak I @narendramodi  |  Photo Credit: Twitter “The dining hall of the Guru’s […]

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6 Reasons Matte Black Appliances Should Be On Your Radar

November 6, 2019

Matte black is having a moment. Featured on exterior paint colors, living room decor, cabinet hardware, and more, this edgy color trend is practically everywhere within homes. And now, kitchen appliances are embracing the dark side, too. “We took cues from trends in interiors and tech, specifically the ‘softening’ of technology, which helps it to seamlessly […]

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India’s first cloud kitchen fund and incubator Ghost Kitchens launches with $3M corpus

November 4, 2019

Restauranteur Karan Tanna launched Ghost Kitchens Pvt Ltd, India’s first investment and incubation company for startups in the cloud kitchen segment. The company will focus on India’s fast-growing food delivery market and will incubate and invest in companies that focus only on home delivery. It will leverage its expertise such as in-house capabilities of brand building, […]

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British Culture Archive: The exhibition showing family photos

November 3, 2019

They could be in an album or a shoebox of memories. But are your prized family photos of wider value? And could they be part of Britain’s cultural heritage? A new exhibition space in Manchester plans to showcase people’s snapshots of everyday life in the 1970s, 80s and 90s after a crowdfunding appeal raised £10,000. […]

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Acne Studios to Launch 48-Hour Online Archive Sale

October 26, 2019

Back in 2016, Acne Studios launched a 48-hour online pop-up site called the “Acne Archive.” Following last year’s sample sale, Acne Studios has announced its plans for a fourth installment. The pop-up sale will feature a range of curated goods from the Stockholm brand, including classic items, exclusive products from previous collection and show pieces — all up to 75% off. […]

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