The late ’90s are back, at packed live “emo night” events, for the all-American reject in us all
Emo Nite LA and Emo Night Brooklyn are just two of a growing number of companies throwing semi-regular emo-themed DJ nights across the country for nostalgic millenials who came of age listening to bands like Taking Back Sunday and going to music festivals like Warped Tour. The parties, which are often DJed by emo celebrities like Ryan Key from Yellowcard, allow fans to reexperience old songs and youthful emotions for cheap. Listen to the playlist below to get a taste of emo night, and check out the full story in Bloomberg Businessweek.
“Women are craving community, connection and confidence, and that’s what we’re going to give them.”
Female focused co-working spaces and social clubs are cropping up across the country, as a response to contemporary feminism and a reaction against fratty venues that advertise kegs and pingpong. There’s The Wing in New York, New Women Space in Brooklyn, Rise Collaborative Workspace in St. Louis and Hera Hub in Southern California, Phoenix, Washington D.C. and Stockholm. But do women need a space of their own? Here’s a snippet of what the founders of these spaces had to say about how the future of co-working could be female. Read the full story online and in Bloomberg Businessweek.