The jazz world lost one of its most visionary artists Thursday when Ornette Coleman died in New York City, the New York Times reports. Coleman was 85. According to the Times, the cause was cardiac arrest.
No, not Star Wars. A full quarter century before he played Obi-Wan Kenobi, Alec Guinness starred in one of the purest, most science-focused science fiction films ever made. The Man in the White Suit is about scientific progress, and the law of unintended consequences, and it’s brilliant.
In the art world, movements come and go. What might seem trendy or new during one season seems outdated by the next. But a city like San Francisco is especially well-suited to throw those rules out of the window.
Richard Mille is launching a new limited edition of the RM 030 Automatic with Declutchable Rotor. It’s called the RM 030 White Rush, and it embodies Richard Mille’s best-known attributes: a tonneau-shaped tripartite case, cutting-edge materials, and an innovative, hand-finished movement.the front and back bezels are formed from white ATZ sand-blasted ceramic. These bezels, and the white rubber strap, contrast with a black NTPT (North Thin Ply Technology) carbon caseband and crown.
Swimsuit season is shockingly near, tempting many of us to sample from the diverse buffet of contemporary diets that promise to melt away lingering belly fat. Countless diets make sweeping claims—from flushing away toxins to curbing appetite. But can dieting actually shrink the size of your stomach, making you want to eat less?
Potholes are a menace all over the world, especially where the temperature drops below freezing during winter. Jaguar Land Rover believes instead of waiting for the government to take care of the problem, cars should detect potholes, build a database and share the information through cloud services.