Category: POP CULTURE

09 Feb 2016

Apple Music, Spotify and a Guide to Music Streaming Services – The New York Times

Ranging in price from free to $19.99 a month, different streaming services offer varying levels of control to the user — from customizable radio stations to on-demand listening, in which users can pick the exact song they want to hear. Some services require listeners to be connected to cellular data or Wi-Fi, while others allow them to save songs to their devices for listening offline in places like airplanes and the subway.

Here’s a comparison of how some of the most popular streaming music services stack up against one another in terms of catalog size, cost, advertising and more.

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15 Dec 2015

Art Los Angeles Contemporary (ALAC) with Director Tim Flemin

Art Los Angeles Contemporary is currently hosting its third edition at the Santa Monica Airport’s Barkar Hangar with a winning program; half Los Angeles and half international gallery participation. Tim Fleming, the Director of ALAC states, “there’s a real sense of hospitality,” when describing the tone of the fair. He continues, “ALAC was created from the idea that Los Angeles deserves and is ready for a contemporary art fair that champions the whole LA art scene and offers a good cross section of what’s happening in Contemporary Art.”

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12 Sep 2014

Behind the Scenes: Logan Neitzel | Style & Shopping | Seattle Met

Behind the Scenes: Logan Neitzel Keeping it Seattle-y, but going super broodish and dark for New York Fashion Week. Flashback to NYFW in February; we’ve got this seasons’ report from Seattle designer Logan Neitzel. Though the Art Institute of Seattle grad now dwells completely in the realm of New York fashion (Vogue and WWD were […]

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