Ten is a solid number. It’s when numbers grow up and enter the double digits. It’s also when a film festival from Bushwick, The Bushwick Film Festival celebrates ten years of giving the community it’s named after and the borough at large and beyond; shorts, narrative films and documentaries that keep audiences on its seat and what is more, pushed off the edge of them.
One hundred shows in television means syndication. One hundred shows in fashion men’s two books, fifty shows each of designer Dries Van Noten and a centennial of themes in printed form.
The retrospective books look at the designers’ mind and process, notes and unpublished photos while eliciting bilateral commentary from “renowned journalists Susannah Frankel (the collections for women) and Tim Blanks (the men’s collections). Buy here $90, Limited Edition Slipcase
20,21,22 Can you find something that’s lost? A festival on the sacred grounds of Steele Indian School Park in Phoenix, Arizona believes that you can. Lost Lake Festival, a three day musical event opens its inaugural year buoyed by creatives and artists who join together to make the music driven event a communal gathering. Coffee and music is coming to the land.
Brought to the people by Superfly, the co-creators of Bonnaroo and Outside Lands.
“It’s okay to be mad,” sings Solange on her latest album A Seat at The Table. Madness about the rights of who we are and what we love is a good excitement about the things one is passionate about. Enter East Coast Coffee Madness third year of presentations, workshops and speakers discoursing all things coffee with a Canadian filter. www.eccoffeemadness.com.