David Hose, interim chief executive officer at Rhapsody, talks with Cory Johnson about the music streaming service teaming up with Twitter to allow users to share music on social media. He speaks on “Bloomberg West.” (Source: Bloomberg)
I'm interested to see how this plays out and what other business strategies it could employ. There are bound to be some loopholes or ways artists try to take advantage, but I'm guessing there are safeguards against them.
Jack Conte, co-founder at Patreon, explains the idea of subscription-style crowdfunding that allows supporters to directly pay artists and musicians to produce their creations. He speaks on “Bloomberg West.” (Source: Bloomberg)
"This multiplicity of persona is used to great — but often anxiety-inducing — effect on Butterfly, as many Kendricks give voice to the many conflicts in his soul. Can he still speak for Compton now that he’s hobnobbing with celebs at the BET Awards? Or, more important, can he in good conscience be the musical darling of a country that enslaved his ancestors and continues to shoot down his people in the street unarmed? What does it mean to acquire wealth in a country that less than two centuries ago would have denied him the right to own property?"
Don't let the lines scare you - they staff accordingly, so it moves faster than you might expect. At the same time, don't stop in if you just need to pick up something quickly. You'll have to go to the separate shop for wine as it's not connected here.
It's beer and waffles as a staple, so you can't go wrong. The added ingredients and other menu items are fresh/organic, so they have a clean taste rather than being cheap and oily. There are TVs, but it's not a sports bar.
The burger can be average, but sometimes it's much more than decent, especially when they crisp up the bacon real nice and chop it up before putting it on top of your cheeseburger. The pasta will hold you over and the sweets are a good portion of sugary goodness.