Since film and TV take part in a traveler’s lifestyle as much as music, and since I cover entertainment overall from time to time as a journalist, I’m going to occasionally start sharing posts on favorite film and TV moments of mine as they pop up. For a quick post to start and since I am comic book fan, Marvel has just released it’s first official teaser trailer for Avengers: Age of Ultron. Watch it below:
The tallest skyscraper in the Western Hemisphere is getting its fair share of attention this week. First with a teen sneaking on the Freedom Tower roof, and now with two dudes who videotaped their B.A.S.E jump (an acronym for the four categories which one can jump: building, antenna, span and Earth) off the structure into the Manhattan streets at 3 a.m. The description on the soon to be viral video shares that the men made the jump back in September.
In the video below, the first guy jumps at around 2:30 minutes in if you want to fast forward (you video adrenaline junkie you), and the second guy (who gives us a first person view) jumps at 2:45. Not for the faint heart, unless you’re practicing to be Batman:
For its spring/summer 2014 campaign, Perry Ellis has taken a fresh and colorful take on previewing the brand’s upcoming collection with laid-back, fun ads (below) and three upbeat video guides to getting dressed. The first one below provides guys a view of different prints and patterns (polka-dots, plaid and paisley), while giving a little history:
After over 20 years of putting on countless parties for New York’s gays and his visitors, the Chelsea nightlife icon Splash will be closing it’s doors on August 10th. Owner Brian Landache posted on the club’s Facebook page saying it’s the “end of an era, boys!” and the following note making it official:
Mega parties, go-go dancers in showers, and unfortgetale DJs and artists, Splash was legendary and a favorite for many New Yorkers and visitors. In my case, it was my first New York gay nightlife venture (and NYC club for that matter). For others it was much more personal.