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Tom Murray, provided by Published 10:25 am CST, Monday, February 4, 2019 Liz Barclay / INHOUSE INHOUSE, a membership club for restaurant enthusiasts, just announced $2 million in Series A financing. The money will help the service, which is currently exclusive to New York, expand around the globe. Founder Benjy Leibowitz told Business Insider he started the business while working as Head Maître D' at The NoMad in New York. The club connects industry professionals and enthusiastic diners across 60 partner restaurants. For $1,550 a year, members fill out extensive profiles about their dining preferences, meaning they should be treated as a regular in whatever partner restaurant they turn up at. Leibowitz said that their current membership is a "microcosm of New York" and includes household name Fortune 500 CEOs and founders. INHOUSE is not a concierge service, says the company's founder Benjy Leibowitz: "That's a word we've banned from our vocabulary." While … [Read more...] about A $1,550-a-year private members’ club for restaurant regulars just raised $2 million to expand around the globe
Published 6:00 am PST, Saturday, January 26, 2019 In this Dec. 19, 2018 photo, members of the Unofficial Hand Lettering Society of Silver Spring gather during a weekly meeting in a coffee shop in Silver Spring, Md. From left are, Maggie Chang, Wendy Phelps, Heather Kopf, and Kori Zick. (Bill O'Leary/The Washington Post via AP) less In this Dec. 19, 2018 photo, members of the Unofficial Hand Lettering Society of Silver Spring gather during a weekly meeting in a coffee shop in Silver Spring, Md. From left are, Maggie Chang, Wendy Phelps, ... more Photo: Bill O'Leary, AP Photo: Bill O'Leary, AP Image 1 of / 5 Caption Close Image 1 of 5 In this Dec. 19, 2018 photo, members of the Unofficial Hand Lettering Society of Silver Spring gather during a weekly meeting in a coffee shop in … [Read more...] about When the written word becomes art, 1 letter at a time
It’s a dark and chilly season, with the celebrations of Christmas and New Year well behind us but a large chunk of the winter still ahead. With today’s snow on Blue Monday only serving as a reminder that it’s cold outside, here are our top phrases and cultural tips to help you get through the Danish winter. Jeg fryser! If you’re new to Denmark and still getting to grips with the language, it’s worth bearing in mind that expressions relating to temperature are a little different from English. Where you would be likely to say ‘I’m cold’ in English, the literal Danish translation of this, ‘jeg er kold’, makes little sense and will probably be understood to mean that you are saying you are emotionally cold. So it’s better to stick to the more emphatic ‘jeg fryser’ – ‘I’m freezing’ – which is probably more apt anyway, given the chilly winters. Photo: Mads Claus … [Read more...] about Essential phrases and customs to survive the Danish winter
Stefan James was once so silent, people asked his parents if he could speak. Today, he speaks to millions about how to master their lives. The Oracles Published 12:30 pm CST, Thursday, January 10, 2019 Photo: Stefan James Photo: Stefan James Image 1 of / 1 Caption Close Image 1 of 1 Photo: Stefan James This Entrepreneur Used to Be the Shyest Kid in School. Now He Makes Millions Teaching Self-Mastery. 1 / 1 Back to Gallery Just over a decade ago, a student in Vancouver, British Columbia, changed high schools three times as his family’s finances plummeted. Coupled with a severe case of shyness and anxiety, the moves left him feeling invisible. Few of his classmates even noticed … [Read more...] about This Entrepreneur Used to Be the Shyest Kid in School. Now He Makes Millions Teaching Self-Mastery.