Scott’s Picks

Movie : A Star Is Born
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In this new take on the iconic love story, four-time Oscar nominee Cooper (“American Sniper,” “American Hustle,” “Silver Linings Playbook”), makes his directorial debut, and also stars alongside multiple award-winning, Oscar-nominated music superstar Gaga in her first leading role in a major motion picture. Cooper portrays seasoned musician Jackson Maine, who discovers and falls in [...]

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Book : Love Without End – Jesus Speaks
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I found this book in a wonderful bookshop called “Pencil of Light” in a little village called Abadiania about 2 hours from Bazillia, Brazil. With all the anger and chaos purging now in our country, Its time for a reboot for humanity. Jesus’s teaching’s are timely and transformative in this amazing experience with an artist [...]

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Restaurant : Herb’s House
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Herb’s House Coffee + Company recently opened in the old Union Coffee House location on Dyer Street by SMU. In a city full of coffee shops, what sets Herb’s apart from any other cafe? This is not just a place for coffee. This is a place for great company. Whether you are meeting with friends, [...]

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Movie : Slow West
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With all the scandals and change in today’s film arts, I’ve really been paying attention to A24 and what they are bringing to the market. I came across ” Slow West” the other day On my Apple Tv and saw that it was and A24, so I dove right in. At the end of the [...]

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Yes Way Rosé
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My brilliant friend Denise DeBaun launched this fun hip brand of French Rose now available in Target!!!! In 2013, Erica Blumenthal and Nikki Huganir created the Yes Way Instagram account after bonding over their mutual love of pink blush wine. According to an interview with the duo published by Forbes in 2016, both women come from creative backgrounds; Blumenthal [...]

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Sacred Geometry & Architecture
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I’m fascinated with Sacred Geometry. I’ve been studying Sacred Geometry and Architecture for the past 25 years. My favorite place is Chartres Cathedral outside of Paris. In 1992, I was fortunate to attend a conference in Santa Fe with Keith Critchlow. titled “Arts and The Sacred”. Then again in 1994 in Crestone, Colorado. I’ve been [...]

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Session Pilates
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Pilates in the hood. I’ve been doing pilates on and off for years. It’s amazing how it works for your core. Now open in Lakewood @ Abrams and Mockingbird, SESSION is a 50-minute full mind and body experience that gets you out of your head and connects you to movement. Their music-driven workout will have [...]

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Book : Goddess
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A friend of mine referred me to this book. Provocative story about a wild woman who charmed her way through Louis XIV’s court, avoiding death on many accounts. Based on an extraordinary true story, this is an original, dazzling and witty novel – a compelling portrait of an unforgettable woman. One critic says the book [...]

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Restaurant : Taco Heads
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Just what Lakewood needs, a NEW TACO Spot! However, It’s unlikely that your local taqueria uses Vital Farms eggs, the grass-fed purveyor of yolk, in its breakfast tacos. But that’s part of the allure of Taco Heads, a quasi-hip mecca of Mexican street food, whose genesis as a food truck for happy and/or inebriated bargoers [...]

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Porsche Design Tower
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You may have heard about this. The Porsche tower, one of the most buzzed-about super-lux condos in Greater Miami. I was attending my neice’s wedding this past weekend and was able to have a private tour of this exclusive and architecturally significant High-Rise in North Miami Beach. The very Germanic, all-black cylindrical tower was designed [...]

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