A new startup incubator has just opened in Manhattan this morning, adding to a growing list of facilities meant to help support seedling New York City biotechs. LaunchLabs, first announced by Alexandria Real Estate Equities a year ago, officially opened its doors and revealed the 13 startups that will grow there. LaunchLabs is a 15,000-square-foot […]
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- Alexandria Debuts NY’s Latest Bio Incubator With 13 Startups in Tow
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- Frank Ocean, Solange, and More: The 2017 Panorama Music Festival in Photos
By Joel Arbaje - Friday Aug 4, 2017
This past weekend Fast Company went all in on the Panorama Music Festival in New York City.
The three-day event on Randall’s Island was entirely filled with music, sensory experiential art installations, trendy food and exclusive merchandise from dozens of amazing performers. Goldenvoice, The organizers of the festival, worked tirelessly to make sure the sophomore edition of Panorama improved upon its predecessor. One of the major criticisms and concerns from concert-goers heard throughout the inaugural festival was that, just like anything else in New York City, the space was too small. The two main stages didn’t seem to be quite as far away from each other as possible, resulting in some sonic overlap. This time, Panorama underwent some careful reorganizing, and even added a fourth stage called “The Point” for up-and-coming artists.
One major mishap on day two: the Floor of the tented-venue dubbed “The Parlor” collapsed during Isaiah Rashad’s performance. The in-demand rapper and Kendrick label mate was tending to the packed crowd and his set was cut short, all of the following scheduled acts were shifted up in times and dates.(The organizers are probably at this moment working on solutions to make sure it doesn’t happen again at Panorama 2018.) Overall the event was a major success and operated smoothly aside from that hiccup, and set a high bar for future festivals.
Below is a photo essay designed to capture the entirety of the festival, and head to Fast Company’s Instagram to see even more photos and outtakes from Panorama.
Slideshow: The People at Panorama
The Portraits at Panorama
Fast Company: How do you handle new ideas?
Bishop Briggs: When someone brings a new idea, I love it so much. I eat it up, I’m hungry for it. I think collaboration and having fresh ideas and sometimes old ideas they make a difference to the room. They can change the direction of a song, and that is something that I am not afraid of, I’m more so excited about.
Fast Company: How do you solve creative differences?
Vance Joy: When working with a group of people, and there is a difference of opinion that occurs… The best way, for me at least, to handle it is to let that persons idea be fully executed. See their idea out to its end. Then see what you are left working with. Wait for them to get it out then assess it, so you don’t step on anyones toes and reduces the negative energy.
Fast Company: What inspires you to make music?
Shallou: Natural Beauty inspires me a lot. Nature. I try to create soundscapes to fit outdoors. It’s Atmospheric type of stuff. I evolved from basic bedroom electronic music to incorporating actual instruments to make it as musical as possible. In our latest Spotify sessions, we just added a piano, guitars and full string quartet trying to bring the real instruments back.
Fast Company: Any tips for anyone trying to get noticed?
Vince Staples: Personally I never focused on getting noticed nor think I cared about getting noticed. I just do what I do and it happened. If [success] is to come, then it’s to come. If you are significant in what you are doing you will get noticed. Do what your passion leads you to for a lack of a better fucking words.
Fast Company: What is your go-to source for inspiration when you hit a creative roadblock?
Mura Masa: I like things that fuse different mediums, for example, Fashion is art meets the utility of clothing. I also draw inspiration from film but… mainly the soundtracks to films. I was watching this Talking Heads Live DVD called “Stop Making Sense” and it’s shot just like a film. It’s a treat for the eyes and ears.
The Performances at Panorama
- Trump Tower, a Home for Celebrities and Charlatans
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Michael Jackson lived in Donald J. Trump’s gleaming Midtown edifice. So have gamblers, a disgraced dictator, a Ponzi schemer and a stock huckster.
- Trump, on Long Island, Vows an End to Gang Violence
By MAGGIE HABERMAN and LIZ ROBBINS - Saturday Jul 29, 2017
President Trump described the perpetrators of violent crimes as “animals” and said his administration seeks to “dismantle, decimate and eradicate” gangs.
- ‘Community’ Star Joel McHale in Talks to Join Valiant’s ‘Quantum and Woody’ (Exclusive)
By Umberto Gonzalez, provided by
- Monday Aug 14, 2017
Emmy nominee and “Community star” Joel McHale is in talks to join “Quantum and Woody,” the Russo Brothers’ new action/comedy television series adapting the seminal comics title from Valiant Entertainment, TheWrap has exclusively learned.McHale would star as Woody Henderson — a wisecracking, womanizing slacker, who along with his straitlaced adoptive brother, is granted unpredictable superpowers from a pair of energy control bands they find while investigating their father’s death.Casting for the other lead role- – Woody’s African-American adopted brother, Quantum — is expected to follow shortly with several major names circling. Jared Leto is reported to be in negotiations to take the lead in Valiant’s “Bloodshot” feature film at Sony, to be directed by Blur Studios’ Dave Wilson from a script by Oscar-nominated writer Eric Heisserer. Other Valiant projects currently known to the public include a “Harbinger” film set to follow “Bloodshot” at Sony from director Justin Tipping (“Kicks”) and also written by Heisserer; as well as an “Archer & Armstrong” film from director Ruben Fleischer (“Zombieland”) from a script by Terry Rossio (“Pirates of the Caribbean,” “Shrek”); and “Shadowman” from director Reginald Hudlin (“Marshall”) from a script by Adam Simon (“Salem”) and J. Michael Straczynski (“World War Z,” “Thor”).“Quantum and Woody” – “the world’s worst superhero team” — are a bickering pair of interracial, adopted brothers accidentally granted superpowers in a laboratory explosion while investigating the death of their father.[...] when their father’s murder leads them into the throes of a life-altering accident, Eric and Woody will find themselves with a whole new purpose – and a perfectly legitimate reason to wear costumes and fight crime.