Rohan Golwalkar

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A Food Lover’s Guide to Dining Out

Dining out can be a deal breaker. When finding a place for two (or more) people to eat together, you have to consider not just personal preferences, but food allergies, ambiance, location, price, Yelp reviews, etc. What once sounded like a simple meal can quickly evolve into a homework …

Food & Dining

5 Ways Remarkably Successful People Spend the Weekend

Weekends are a great time to recharge your batteries and have some fun. Follow in the footsteps of these business greats.<p>Weekends have always been our time to relax, wind down, and be with loved ones. Yet many never even consider that these precious days of respite could be spent productively--even …

Your presentations are putting people to sleep — here's how to fix them

Numbers can be an overwhelming part of a presentation for the average person, but that doesn't mean they shouldn't be included. Data plays a vital role in nearly every aspect of business — from decision making to strategy to understanding everyday consumer behavior.<p>The secret to making data …

Infographics

Spectre: What makes the perfect Bond song?

Some have been left shaken not stirred by Sam Smith’s tune for Spectre. Is there a formula for what separates the best from the forgettable? Clemency Burton-Hill investigates.<p>Of all the things with which Agent 007 is synonymous – cars and cocktails, gadgets and girls – nothing sums up the James …

Sam Smith

How to Master the Vital Balance of Freedom and Restraint: Young André Gide’s Rules of Conduct

French author <b>André Gide</b> (November 22, 1869–February 19, 1951) is one of the most influential writers of the twentieth century — in no small part, paradoxically, because he adamantly believed that a great writer must always swim against the current of his era. He dedicated his life to the problem of …

11 Movies to Watch Out for in 2015

The non-blockbuster must-see features of the year.<p><b>Hey, did you know that a brand-new Star Wars film</b> is coming out in December? And an <i>Avengers</i> sequel is on the way in May? And yet another <i>Jurassic Park</i> adventure arrives in June? Oh, wait—of course you did, because even at this early stage of 2015, …

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Viggo Mortensen On Peter Jackson’s Sacrifice, the Cinematography of Roger Deakins, and More

<i>Dailies is a round-up of essential film writing, news bits, and other highlights from our colleagues across the Internet — and, occasionally, our own</i> …

Film Festivals

Blue Is the Warmest Colour is too moving to be porn

When Abdellatif Kechiche's film Blue Is the Warmest Colour screened at Cannes last week, its explicit sex scenes certainly made some waves. The story …

Cannes Film Festival’s Buzziest Films: ‘Bling Ring’ & More (PHOTOS)

Festival Chic<p>With Spielberg leading the jury, the action along the Croisette kicks off Wednesday. From Sofia Coppola’s ‘The Bling Ring’ to the Coen …

'Hobbitses' and Frankenstein: how pop culture's words become official

Water cooler conversation at a dictionary company tends towards the odd. A while ago I was chatting with one of my colleagues about our respective …

The True Street-Racing Story That Inspired The 'Fast And Furious' Movies

The movies, which had earned $1.6 billion globally before today's release of "Fast And Furious 6," were inspired by an article by Ken Li in the May 1998 issue of Vibe.<p>"Racer X" tells the story of street racer Rafael Estevez from Washington Heights and how he Estevez transitioned into the sport of …

Los Angeles

Cannes 2013: Michael Kohlhaas – first look review

Here is a handsomely-made and admirably high-minded revenge movie, set in 16th century France, that paints its world in glowing, vivid colours, but …

Summer Movie Preview 2013

Iron Man 3<p><b>In Theaters</b>: May 3<p>This may sound like heresy, but I’m getting Robert Downey’ed-out – at least as Iron Man and his alter ego, Tony Stark. …

The Key to Getting Motivated: Give Up

Bangkok transplant and Design Army cofounder, Pum Lefebure, has taken up the mantle of Washington design godmother, bolstering the artistic community …

Vietnam War