After a few months of beta testing, local company Fitmob officially launched yesterday in San Francisco. The goal? To bring top fitness trainers together with the community for fun neighborhood workouts that get you out of the gym and on the city streets instead. It's a win-win proposition.
Book club types and lit lovers can rejoice—there's a new way to stay on top of what's trending in top short story fiction today. Connu (which means "known" in French and which is the company name approved by none other than Margaret Atwood!) posts one short story a day, each recommended by an established author. Launched in November, the app curates the crowded book marketplace by hand-selecting one story at a time as a way to ensure that each featured emerging writer is given his/her proper due.
Art can be recycled. So says Japanese-German artist Kota Ezawa, who sometimes repurposes his own imagery—he recently produced a light box from his 2006 computer vector drawing Nan and Brian in Bed.
Last month, the art elite and their groupies descended on Miami for the annual Art Basel fair.
Fancy yourself a first-rate nature photographer? Now's your chance to show your talent.
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