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I got a trip of a fancy clubhouse in New York City’s Tribeca, where members pay up to $8,000 a year to network with top-level officers. The space was gorgeous– however it plainly wasn’t the main perk people pay for

Chief’s cofounders, Carolyn Childers and Lindsay Kaplan. Hillary Hoffower/Business Insider Chief is a new private network that focuses on mentorship for aspiring or current female executives. Membership can cost nearly $8,000, and there’s currently a 3,000-person wait list. It may sound elite, but I toured their Tribeca clubhouse and found a down-to-earth space created by…

An immigrant worker at a Trump golf club who apparently mastered the president’s intricate method for pouring Diet Coke states he was required to work overtime without pay

A number of former employees at President Donald Trump’s properties have alleged that they were told to work overtime hours for the company without pay, The Washington Post reported. Six former workers told The Post that they believed they were taken advantage of, due to their statuses as unauthorized immigrants. One former worker who served…

Featherstone Young constructs boxing gym for Grenfell Tower club

London architecture studio Featherstone Young has built the Bay 20 community centre to replace the gym lost by the Dale Youth Amateur Boxing Club in the Grenfell Tower fire.The boxing club was based out of Grenfell Tower, a residential block in west London that caught fire in 2017, killing 72 people.Since then the club had been forced to use a…

Watch the trailer for “It Chapter 2”

Spoiler: Guess who’s back! Twenty-seven years after the events of the summer of 1989, It (Bill Skarsgård) returns. The Losers’ Club fulfill their promises and return to Derry to put an end to the evil being once and for all. Unbeknownst to them, It has returned, stronger and crueler than ever. In theaters September 6.…

13 amusing times people absolutely misheard the lyrics to a tune

Was Alicia Keys *really* singing  ‘concrete jungle wet dream tomato’?Image: Getty Images By Sage Anderson2019-04-26 20:43:23 UTC Arguably the best part about jamming out to some tunes is being able to scream the lyrics. But some musicians really make you work for it. Chronic offenders of the Incomprehensible Lyrics Club include Patrick Stump, Elton John,…

Michael Fesco, Whose Gay Clubs Were Innovators, Dies at 84

ImageMichael Fesco in 2015 at a Sea Tea cruise around Manhattan. Mr. Fesco began the cruises in 1997; he had earlier run successful gay nightclubs on Fire Island and in Manhattan.CreditCreditHeyMrJason PhotographyMichael Fesco, whose trendsetting clubs on Fire Island and later in Manhattan gave gay men a place to gather, dance and explore sexually at…