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There was never any question that a weekend in Montauk hosted by Max Snow and the Surf Lodge was going to be something to write home to Manhattan about. Add Willie Nelson, Courtney Love, two exquisite sunsets, and Chef Chris Rendell’s Diver Caught scallops with cashew chili relish to that equation and you pretty much have me yelling from the haute-motel’s shingled rooftop. And while Willie Nelson’s Sunday evening performance was the most-anticipated act of the weekend, Saturday night’s set by Courtney Love and private dinner for Snow’s guests was a close second. When the Surf Lodge invited Snow to be the hotel’s artist in residence for the summer, the photographer readily agreed. The inaugural efforts of that residency were debuted on Saturday evening in the form of a short film shot by Snow—a sort of Malick-by-the-sea endeavor.
Mighty is a small but incredibly powerful bluetooth speaker. With the mighty sound, music can be shared anywhere one desires, all without stuffing their pockets too tight. Mighty's latest collaboration was led by Josh Killacky, whom attended the Chicago Academy of the Performing Arts. Killacky is currently the lead Dancer and Assistant Choreographer alongside David Moore for the BotBroz. The tandem became the first non-vocal artists to be asked to perform on Good Morning America. Additionally, Killacky has choreographed and danced on several televisions networks and shows including, Nickelodean, MTV, and BET. Receiving further acclaim on “Billboard” for his involvement with various dance productions including “WTF”, “Numb”, and “What Do you Mean”.
Atlanta is an American comedy-drama television series created by and starring Donald Glover. The series is about two cousins navigating their way in the Atlanta rap scene in an effort to improve their lives and the lives of their families. FX ordered the pilot to a 10-episode season in October 2015. Two weeks after the series premiered on September 6, 2016, FX announced that Atlanta had been renewed for a second season that will air in 2018.
Hawaiian surfer Sean Yoro aka Hula combines his love of surfing and his artistic talent, creating hyperrealistic portraits of bathing women at different seaside locations. His work is inspired by street art and abandoned spaces that he uses as his hard-to-reach canvases. Carefully carrying cans of colored paint on the edge of his board, the New York-based artist applies his half submerged female portraits onto the wall.