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ListenUp: Portishead covers ABBA, plus music videos from Erykah Badu + Robert Glasper, Thundercat and Aphex Twin in this week's music


Portishead: SOS (ABBA Cover) In an exhilaratingly dark version of ABBA's "SOS," Portishead's Beth Gibbons brings an immense heartbreak to the Swedish group's 1975 pop song.

Link About It: This Week's Picks: Artists respond to Brexit, Prince's last guitar, iconic NYC buildings in desolate environments and more in this week's look at the web


1. Artists and Designers React to Brexit With emotions running high across the Western world in reaction to the UK's decision to leave the EU, artists and designers have done what they do best: convey feelings through images.

2018 Mercedes-AMG GT R: The most powerful street legal GT yet


Mercedes-AMG debuted the GT R—the latest iteration of their two door sports car—at the Goodwood Festival of Speed.

Link About It: The First-Ever Dieter Rams Documentary


There are few names that draw as many design associations as Dieter Rams. The legendary figure of unprecedented imagination altered the world of industrial design.

House Beer's Premium Lager Expands East: From a recipe conceived in a Los Angeles garage, to Colorado brewing, the brand lands in NYC


The founders of House Beer aren't trying to be anything but producers of a tasty, premium lager. The brand, which launched back in 2013, has made a presence in LA where its group of founders reside.

Buy: The Stoner’s Coloring Book


Create your trippiest artwork and set your inner artist free with Jared Hoffman's "The Stoner’s Coloring Book." With 40+ original illustrations created by nine artists, the pages within are a wild ride; psychedelic and plenty of positive vibes.

ListenUp: Miles Davis, Robert Glasper feat. Erykah Badu: Maiysha (So Long)


Robert Glasper—longtime crusader of liberating jazz and its players from rigid definitions—took samples from Miles Davis' archive (predominately his later electric years) and collaborated with the likes of Laura Mvula, Hiatus Kaiyote, Stevie Wonder......

Summer Film Series to Catch in NYC: Vintage porn classics to live music scores, both in and out of the theaters


Summer may be synonymous with Hollywood blockbusters, but if you're in the mood for something else—in a screen size larger than your 15" laptop—NYC thankfully has a deluge of options, like Rooftop Cinema Club's movies with a sunset view.

Buy: Soup + Salmon Gift Box


Dinner at the campsite can be meaningful as it is nourishing. Outdoor brand Patagonia's purposeful food line Provisions is offering meals that are surprisingly both delicious and good for you, while being sensitive to the environment and investing......

Link About It: Artists and Designers React to Brexit


With emotions running high across the Western world in reaction to the UK's decision to leave the EU, artists and designers have done what they do best: convey feelings through images.

Stonecutter Spirits, Vermont: Not even a year old, the award-winning aged gin makers release their first whiskey


Traditionally, gin is a clear, unaged spirit but the industry is warming up to the concept of adding another dimension to the juniper-flavored spirit.

"Insider Brooklyn" Book: Written by fourth-generation New Yorker, the photocentric guide explores the borough's most vibrant picks in full color


Rachel Felder is no stranger to Brooklyn. She's a fourth-generation New Yorker with plenty of family history, stories and memories in the city.

Link About It: The Story Behind Prince's Last Guitar


In February 2016, custom guitar maker and creator of the distinct Purple Special guitar, Simon Farmer received an email from Prince's former drummer Kirk Johnson.

Venice Biennale 2016: "LifeObject": Exploring the synergy between architecture and biology at the Israeli Pavilion


by Ari Samuel In tune with this year’s “Reporting from the Front” theme commissioned by Venice Biennale Chief Curator Alejandro Aravena, the Israel Pavilion unveiled "LifeObject," an immersive and stimulating exhibition analyzing the synergy......

Inside NYC's Storied The Beekman Hotel + Residences: One of the most anticipated developments in years finally opens its doors


There are few buildings in NYC that carry as much allure as 5 Beekman Street, once known as Temple Court.

Link About It: Chicago Makes the Right Move in Equal Access to Bathrooms


Four months to the day since the Charlotte City Council passed the discriminatory House Bill 2 in North Carolina, Chicago has done the opposite.

OTHR Design Studio: Beautiful, useful homewares 3D printed on demand in steel, precious metals and porcelain


There are three pillars to the products released by OTHR design studio: they must be useful, they have to fit the right aesthetic, and they need to be unique.

Buy: Junit Lamp


Made from geometric-shaped ash wood, these delightful lamps are painted in bright primary colors that add a splash of boldness to any room, without overwhelming it.

Inside the Uniquely Norwegian Home of Jarlsberg Cheese: Where dedication to craft, ingredients and a well-kept secret recipe makes all the difference


Year after year, Norway consistently tops “Best of” lists in a wide variety of categories. From healthcare to education, the fjord-laden Nordic nation of just over five million people often scores top honors thanks to rich natural resources and......

Omakase Exclusive: eero: Lincoln Motor Co. presents a home WiFi system that keeps you connected


Nearly all homes have a WiFi dead zone: you never get messages in the kitchen, you can't watch Netflix in the bedroom, you can't FaceTime in the backyard.


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