Arts Roundup: Sensible Turtleneck Edition
It wasn’t just any turtleneck: Jobs preferred $175 St. Croix cotton and microfiber mock black turtlenecks. According to Bernhard Brenner, the founder of Knitcraft, St. Croix’s parent company, Jobs bought about two dozen black turtlenecks each year. The day he died, sales of the turtlenecks doubled overnight.
The Power of No: Actor Cyle Durkee has a bit of advice for all you eager thespian beavers out there: Just say no. "Remember this: You aren’t the only one who can fill the role," says Durkee. "And if the role is that important to you personally (or for your career) then give up something else so you can do the project justice. Otherwise you’ll look like a cheap handbag onstage because you haven’t slept for a week."
Stop All the Tweeting!: Looks like Love nightclub really, really, really wants to sell more tickets to that Kevin Hart show.
Soft Competition: Tabi Bonney says tells the Washington Post's Click Track that if he has competition, it's probably B.o.B. or Kid Cudi. Then he says he admires Will.I.Am.
Today on Arts Desk: A review of "Site Aperture" at Flashpoint Gallery by Lou Jacobson, and pipin' hot freshness from this week's paper, out today in boxes.