Top Brazilian fashion label, Osklen, turn heads at Mercedes Benz Fashion Week for Spring 2013

Top Brazilian label, Osklen, has been designing beachwear and relaxed resort wear for men and women for years. Mostly known in their native country, Brazil and led by lead visionary,  Oskar Metsavaht, the label has stepped up their image to include sophisticated ready to wear lines that could easily be spotted on the streets of […] Click to read more »

TABLET chooses the best hotels with your help and makes booking easy, affordable and fun By Frank Pond

Progressive Pulse correspondent and travel expert, Frank Pond uses Tablet to book his hotels as he travels the globe,  because he can get good rates and some of the best options for his hotel stays. We’ve found you can find some of the best boutique and hip hotels on the planet because Tablet keeps tabs […] Click to read more »

The new film, “Keep The Lights On” is a post Stonewall era story of sex, love and addiction of a long term relationship

Director and Co-Writer, Ira Sachs originally debuted his new film, “Keep The Lights On” at the 2012 Tribeca Film Festival, which I was fortunate to attend. In attendance were many of his cast and crew including lead actor, Zachary Booth who plays Paul, opposite Erik played by Danish actor, Thure Lindhardt. The story tells a […] Click to read more »

Spring 2012 Street Style in Soho, NYC By Carlton Jones

Stylist and Host, Carlton Jones hits the streets of Soho in search of street style in early Spring when the weather can be quite temperamental. In this episode, Jones found a lot of layering and mixing of labels from Dolce & Gabbana to Banana Republic. Check out the video feature below and give us your […] Click to read more »

“Noah’s Arc” Writer/Director Patrik-Ian Polk is back with his new film, “The Skinny”

Last Saturday FUSION, the film festival  for people of color produced by OUTFEST in Los Angels, honored Patrik-Ian Polk for his new film, “The Skinny”. The film is centered around a group of four young, black gay men and their lesbian best friend. They arrange to meet up in New York, a year after they […] Click to read more »

Styling The Modern Man pops up at XVI in NYC on April 11th

As more and more men become consciously aware of fashion, grooming, hair design and massage; new opportunities arise for them providing the latest trends designed for the luxury market.  Styling The Modern Man makes it’s debut in New York on Wednesday, April 11th on the rooftop of XVI. Attendees will be treated to complimentary haircuts, shoe […] Click to read more »

Art with a cause – A year after the devastating tsunami in Japan

As with most devastating natural disasters, the aftermath continues years after and thank goodness for those that continue to remind us through creative means and fundraising to not forget. Last Sunday the exhibit and fundraiser, “Dispatch from Tohoku: Documenting the Aftermath” Stories from the Tsunami One Year On was a reminder via first hand photography […] Click to read more »

Q&A with Designer Michael Alan Stein who presented at the Emerge Fashion Show for Fall 2012 By Carlton Jones

The Emerge Fashion Show on February 14, 2012 at the beautiful Broad Street Ballroom was a much anticipated show hosted by Tracee Ellis Ross, and with award honoree Andre Leon Tally being presented by Diane Von Furstenburg. Opening with Coco Mitchell’s sultry saunter, let all in attendance know it was time to take note of […] Click to read more »

Little Barrie – “King of the Waves” – 3.5 (out of 5) By Patrick K. Sister

Little Barrie’s third record, released about five years after their debut and with a new drummer, right at the beginning you get resemblance with Stone Temple Pilot. As “Surf Hell” front man and guitarist Barrie Cadogan’s vocals recalls Scott Weiland and his guitar riffs with Lewis Wharton (bass) and Virgil Howe (drums) who all contribute […] Click to read more »

Katori Hall’s play, “Hurt Village” is raw premise, writing, acting and directing

Katori Hall is a name you should  remember as she just wrapped her broadway production of “Mountaintop” about Martin Luther King Jr.,   starring Angela Bassett and Samuel Jackson. If you missed that you can see her play, “Hurt Village” which opens this week at the Signature Theatre that was also written by Hall and […] Click to read more »