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Vaughn Lowery, 360 MAGAZINE, NYC

Here’s What You Need to Know About Relationships After 50

We’ll all turn 50 one day. What does this age mean? A farewell to love? Or a new relationship? According to most psychotherapists and sexologists, this is the most beautiful age for expressing the feelings based on knowledge and experience.


Why is the love of 50-year-olds stronger and happier than that of young people?


According to psychologist Alberto Verbio, people of this age have gone through divorces and healed mental wounds and can analyze the reasons for their failures in the past. This is an excellent basis for building new relationships in the future. At this age, it is not hormonal and physical factors that come to the fore but spiritual and physiological ones where the partner is expected to share the spiritual and moral values of the other partner. Certain sexual components are also important but not dominant. For this reason, love for 50-year-olds is stronger, happier, and more stable than at a young age.
Worried that you won’t manage dating sites and meet your soulmate after 50? Dating for seniors is just for you, then.


Liliana Pecora, the actress, co-author and director of the production “Women in Their 50s,” which has been successfully staged in many U.S. theatres, describes love relationships at this age as follows, “Women over 50 already have different conversations. They have a special spiritual world. They are looking for a person who understands this spiritual world and especially the changes, both physical and mental, that a woman of this age is going through. She adds, “Love after 50 is the same as in adolescence but also has significant advantages in that these feelings have more maturity and knowledge. The shiver that you feel on your back when you are caressed by your loved one is the same feeling that you felt when you were 20 years old.”


What problems can love face after 50?


First of all, it should be noted that at this age, it is very difficult to take the first step because of the impact of the negative experience, which influences decision-making. If you consider yourself too old for love in your soul, naturally, you will try to muffle the ardent feelings in yourself.


Another problem faced by 50-year-olds in love lies in the material sphere. Your relationship may be hindered by adult children who fear that your new spouse will have a place to live. Or they want to see in you only a free nurse for grandchildren but not the newlyweds. We can advise only one thing: fight, defend the right to love. Even if you’re over 50, it does not mean that love for you is in the past. Reread once again the above quotations of experts about love after 50 years and enjoy the full range of feelings that can now open up to you.


New relationships after 50: A man’s and a woman’s look


Getting to know a new person for living together after 50 years of age is a stressful time in many people’s lives when they get excited about many things inside. Therefore, it is very important to understand a little bit about the psychological peculiarities of men and women over 50.


How do men perceive acquaintance with men?


It is important to understand that many men are at a loss from their desires, i.e., what kind of woman they want to see next to. First of all, a man needs to receive emotional care from a woman in the form of approval, acceptance, and support. This applies to his daily habits, starting with waking up in the morning, having a traditional breakfast, planning the day, and ending with positive impressions and victories in the evening. Women must take this fact into account because a man is more difficult to reconstruct to a new lifestyle than a more flexible woman.


How do women aged 50 and over perceive acquaintance?


A woman needs to receive signs of admiration from a man for her appearance because they experience their imperfection more deeply compared to the young years of her blossoming beauty. A woman after 50 has usually the material economy and the style of its organization.

Therefore, a man will have to get acquainted during the dates in the pleasant household and leisure traditions of the woman and try them on to their comfortable foundations of life.


The general purpose of acquaintance of men and women after 50 is to create, first of all, a friendly relationship, so it is important not to overstate your requirements to the applicant to be your second half when choosing your companion.

Kareem Bunton’s Creating a Scene in Brooklyn 

*Photo by Taylor Sessleman

Kareem Bunton is a veteran of the NYC nightlife having romped around at revered spots such as Mr. Fongs, VON, Union Pool and even Max Fish. He’s also got musical collaborations with Run the Jewels, Prefuse 73, and TV on the Radio under his belt. Now he’s loading up all of his experience in the limelight and taking it to a refreshing venue in Bushwick.

New York nightlife has found a new breeding place in Brooklyn, so it’s no surprise Bunton’s World Famous is taking root there. BWF is embracing an unexpected vibe of a Tangier hotel bar – obviously one enticing to the young urban “cool kids” ready to relive their ‘90s dreams.

“What I like best about the’90s scene,” he says, “was that it didn’t really matter what you had in your pocket or what you did in the daytime. Looking good, being a great dancer, or just having a lovely personality were often enough to get you through the door. Building a space is easy, creating a scene is not. To do this we are attempting to build a sense of community by hiring old school DJ’s and youngsters.”

The cozy 1400 square foot space will be importing the Tangier’s tropical vibes with drinks that’ll make you mistake Brooklyn for a sultry tiki bar on the beach, high in contrast to the mainstream cocktail lounge. Lucas Moran of Mr. Fongs will be constructing the menu, “Think flavored daiquiris, hurricanes, rum runners,” says Bunton. “It’s usually my preference to keep cocktails simple and quick to make. Waiting 10 minutes for a drink while listening to an unsolicited speech about botanicals is not my idea of a good time.”

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Photo by Claire de Lespinois

In a time where emphasizing unity and equality is pertinent, Bunton’s mission is to bring together the diverse community of artists and fashionistas into a memorable night of dancing reality away to old-school hip-hop.

Remaining unconventional and consistent with his exotic theme, Bunton says, “We are going to structure the schedule by genre rather than promoters or weekly residents. Different DJs will be able to share their interpretations of reggae, afrobeat, nuyorican soul.”

In addition to creating a unique and sexy scene, Buton’s World Famous also has a captivating retail element made up of t-shirts and snapback hats flush with the classic Bunton’s logo for the stylish enthusiasts of the scene to rock.

Debuting during New York Fashion Week on Friday, February 15th at 1005 Broadway, Bunton’s World Famous is a venue to explore for those ready to delve into a sultry salvation.

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Photo by Hannah Grankvist

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Photo by Claire de Lespinois

Benny Benassi, 360 magazine

EXCHANGE LA

By Vaughn Lowery

Exchange LA [EXLA] is one of Los Angeles’ premier performance venues with an occupancy of 1500 people – it’s architecturally stimulating with a Vegas-style ambience.

Lots of A-list celebrities, top level corporations and Grammy award-winning EDM DJs like Benny Benassi (former 360 cover star) have held celebratory events and/or headlined the space. State-of-the-art sound system alongside of projector screens and pyrotechnics will leave a permanent impression on your cerebral cortex.

‘The Wall’ which sits directly behind the DJ booth is literally loaded with LED clarity.

Unlike many of LA’s emerging venues, Exchange LA offers not only bottle service, but also VIP entry and rooms to savor an intimate night with close friends inside this four story venue. For just approximately a $100 (prices vary every weekend depending on the artist and show) – you’ll receive 3 drink tickets, unlimited non alcoholic beverages with balcony access.

Situated at 618 S. Spring in downtown Los Angeles, this will continue to be one of LA’s best nightlife experiences with an attractive diverse 21+ crowd that’s dressed to impress.

*Formerly the LA Stock Exchange.

For additional information visit ExchangeLA.com

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Blaise Moore Shares New Video For “He Don’t”

Blaise Moore Reimagines Pulp Fiction In New Video For “He Don’t ”

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With tinges of trap and trip-hop, the Toronto songwriter Blaise Moore pens honest, poetic lyrics that are written with a maturity well ahead of her years.

“He Don’t” is the the third track from Blaise’s LaurenceEP, appropriately named after the ex-lover responsible for fuelling the inspiration behind the music. As she simply puts it: “I fell in love with a man that was only thinking with his dick.”

Moore has further garnered attention after opening for Kehlani at Red Bull 30 Days in Chicago and performing at House of Dior’s 70th Anniversary at the Royal Ontario Museum.