Ultra-Decadent And Violent TV From Scorsese, Winter And Jagger

What do you get when you cross three entertainment industry juggernauts like Martin Scorsese, "Boardwalk Empire"/"The Sopranos" writer Terence Winter, and Mick freakin' Jagger?

Answer: "Vinyl", an ultra-decadent, ultra-violent 10-episode HBO series set in 1970s New York.

"Vinyl" stars Bobby Cannavale as Richie Finestra, a record label president attempting to deal with his demons while cashing in on the city's emerging hip-hop, punk, and disco scenes.

"Vinyl" premieres on HBO in January - for now, here's the trailer, set to " I Wanna Be Your Dog" by Iggy and the Stooges.


On Flatbush Avenue, tucked amidst the nexus of four iconic Brooklyn neighborhoods (Park Slope, Boerum Hill, Fort Greene, and Prospect Heights), medical cannabis company Citiva opened up their newest location at the turn of the new year. Walking through the shiny glass door, you’re first struck by the sleek tidiness of the front lobby. Both the dispensary's resident pharmacist and receptionist greet visitors as they clear patients (as does any medical dispensary in the country) before allowing them through to the retail room.

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