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Artists 4 Israel Response Art Series Review

Written by  Pauline Saade
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Artists 4 Israel Response Art Series Review

On Thursday September 1st, 2011 Pinstripe Magazine had the pleasure of attending the Response Art Series which was held at the Dershowitz Center located in the heart of Brooklyn. The show was a result of a six month experiment in which all fifty artists attended debates, lectures, and pressing issues in Israel and the Middle […]

Dolce & Gabbana The One Gentleman And GQ Magazine Charity Auction

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Dolce & Gabbana The One Gentleman And GQ Magazine Charity Auction

On June 8th Pinstripe Magazine was introduced to Dolce & Gabbana’s the one gentleman Charity Auction. The speakers involved at the event were Chandler Burr, Fragrance Editor at GQ and Brett Fahlgren, Executive Merchandising Stylist at GQ. See Chandler, Brett and more below. Thanks to the staff at PR Consulting and P&G Prestige for having us. The […]

IOS 5 Featuring Dashboard for iPhones and iPads

Written by  Robert Moses
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IOS 5 Featuring Dashboard for iPhones and iPads

It seems that Apple is all set for new and better Widgets and notifications for its phones (iPhone/iPad) and tablet devices. But it appears that a new mapping system will have to wait. Sources via TechCrunch provide all the details regarding the soon to be released Operating system for iPhones and iPads, IOS 5. There […]

Skinning Animals for Shopping Pleasure of the Elite

Written by  Robert Moses
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Skinning Animals for Shopping Pleasure of the Elite

Animal friends in every house and jungle tent in the world must be in horror shock over the sight of raccoon tails dangling below the waist of straight faced models during the runway fashion show at New York fashion week. It’s like a Disney nightmare come true – Thom Browne, a living male Cruella de […]

The Top 10 Nuclear Disasters

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The Top 10 Nuclear Disasters

10. Castle Bravo, a Botched Hydrogen Bomb Test In 1954, some engineers from Los Alamos National Laboratory made a little miscalculation before a nuclear weapons test. Their hydrogen bomb was more than twice as powerful as expected. It created a 15 megaton blast that showered a Japanese fishing boat and several Pacific islands with radioactive […]