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Lexter Sound Design found in Stockhold, Sweden specializes in sound design use cases such as shopping malls, offices, sound masking, hotels and restaurants, display windows, and events and campaigns. Lexter has expertise in creating sound concepts for public environments: creating the right sound for the right place. In its work,...
The Donald J. Trump Presidential Twitter Library was a pop-up exhibit presented by Trevor Noah on Comedy Central's "The Daily Show" in June of 2017. Situated in the heart of Manhattan, the exhibit featured several of President Trump's tweets. The exhibit also held interactive displays including the Trump Nickname Generator, the #Maga-Netic Wall, and the Commander-in-Tweet.
Steinert Hall is an underground concert hall found in Boston, Massachusetts. Nicknamed "The Little Gem," Steinert Hall was originally built in 1986. During its heyday, the hall featured musicians such as Russian pianist Sergei Rachmaninoff, along with former prime minister of Poland and Polish pianist Ignacy Jan Paderewski. NBC's TODAY took a tour of Steinert Hall, which has been closed to the public since 1942.
Mehmet Cengiz Öz, popularly known as Dr. Oz, is most famously known for hosting medical, daytime talk show The Dr. Oz Show. The basement of his Cliffside Park, New Jersey home, featured on NBC's TODAY, includes a Dr. Oz-themed slot machine, a personal gym, and most importantly, an indoor basketball court.
Tiny Firehouse Station No. 9 is the first ever tiny tribute firehouse. Featured on NBC's TODAY, Georgia couple John and Fin Kernohan built Tiny Firehouse Station No. 9 with a stripped-down fire truck and donations from various fire departments. Not only do the Kernohans live out of their Tiny Firehouse, they bring it on the road in order to help teach fire safety. The Kernohans are no strangers to tiny homes as they are the organizers of the United Tiny House Association.
Katie Lee is a celebrity chef and cookbook author most known for hosting Food Network's The Kitchen and Cooking Channel's Beach Bites with Katie Lee. NBC'S TODAY was invited to take a look at the chef's Watermill, New York kitchen which includes stainless steel, beach-inspired designs, and an open floor plan.
The Scotto family are frequent guests on NBC's TODAY, and the popular morning show was able to capture a glimpse of the family's cozy Italian kitchen. The Scotto family owns and operates Fresco by Scotto, a popular Italian restaurant in the heart of New York City. The Scotto family are often found on TODAY showcasing their Italian recipes and cooking tips. The family considers their Southampton, New York kitchen as the heart of their home.
Celebrity chef Bobby Flay's favorite room in his Amagansett, New York home doesn't have any walls or ceilings — it's his outdoor kitchen! Bobby Flay has become a Food Network icon, starring in shows such as Iron Chef America and Throwdown! Featured on NBC's TODAY, his outdoor kitchen features a custom-made brick pizza oven and a gorgeous view of his sprawling backyard. According to Flay, he spends most of his summertime lunches out here in his backyard.
PatchWerk Recording Studios in Atlanta, Georgia was founded in 1993 by NFL offensive tackle Bob Whitfield of the Atlanta Falcons. Originally born out of Whitfield's love of music, the football player started researching the music industry through books, magazines, and even school courses. Throughout the years, PatchWerk has recorded many songs for artists including Usher, Jay-Z, Destiny's Child, and Missy Elliott.
Explore the engineering room of the USS Enterprise on the set of Star Trek Continues. Star Trek Continues is considered to be a fan-created non-canon web series designed to be a direct continuation of Star Trek: The Original Series. Star Trek Continues is another example of the successful crowdfunding movement when it successfully raises money through Kickstarter and Indiegogo campaigns.
The Enterprise from Star Trek is one of sci-fi's most famous ships. Step foot on the set of the Enterprise's bridge as it was designed for "Star Trek Continues," a fan-created non-canon web series set as a direct continuation of "Star Trek: The Original Series."