Scott Jameson Joins Carbon38 as Chief Operating Officer

Carbon38 has hired Scott Jameson as chief operating officer, overseeing operations, finance, retail and strategy.
The post is a new one for the e-commerce company that specializes in what it calls “performance fashion.” Jameson is based in Carbon38’s Culver City, Calif., headquarters and reports to Katie Warner Johnson, Carbon38 cofounder and chief executive officer. Carbon38 is one of several tech-centric activewear brands vying for market share in the increasingly crowded market with Outdoor Voices, Bandier and Fabletics among the others.
Most recently, Jameson served as chief operating officer and chief financial officer at The Collected Group, home of the Joie, Equipment and Current Elliot labels. After Jameson exited the company in November, The Collected Group’s ceo James Miller took on Jameson’s former responsibilities, according to a company spokeswoman.
Jameson said he aims to bring “some process and structure” to Carbon38, as in listing the 10 biggest initiatives that are going on in the company and building the working teams, meeting and documents among other things. “We have so much data and information that we’ve gathered from Day One in this company. We’re spending a lot of time culling that information to really try to understand the customer better to segment them in certain

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PoPo Got The Strap: NYPD Officer Told Cops To Shoot 50 Cent On Sight, Under Investigation

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Seems like 50 Cent has at least one cop who wouldn’t mind putting a slug in him. Reportedly, an NYPD is under investigation for telling fellow officers to shoot the Queens rapper on sight.

Well damn.

Reports the New York Daily News:

A Brooklyn precinct commander is being investigated by the NYPD for allegedly threatening the celebrity’s life — telling his officers at a roll call to “shoot him on sight,” the Daily News has learned.

Deputy Inspector Emanuel Gonzalez, the commanding officer of the 72nd Precinct in Sunset Park, allegedly made the threat last June 7, when the actor and “In Da Club” rapper was expected to attend an NYPD sanctioned boxing match in the Bronx.

During a roll call inside the 72nd Precinct stationhouse, Gonzalez told his officers if they saw 50 Cent at the boxing match, known as a smoker, they should “shoot him on sight,” a source with knowledge of the case said.

“The inspector just said that at roll call,” the source said. “I’m like WTF.”

Guess that Blue Wall of Silence isn’t so quiet. The Internal Affairs Bureau is investigating the incident.

But the real struggle is why Gonzalez suggested cops put a cap in the rapper. 50 Cent was talking ish on Instagram, and his followers came for Gonzalez.

A month before the roll call, Gonzalez filed an aggravated harassment complaint, claiming 50 Cent threatened him on Instagram.

The entertainer was commenting on a lawsuit first reported in the Daily News accusing Gonzalez of shaking down the owner of the Sunset Park club Love and Lust — one of 50 Cent’s favorite haunts — when he wrote “Get the strap,” a slang term for “get a gun.”

In the complaint he filed in the department, Gonzalez said several of 50 Cent’s 18 million followers responded with their own threats against the precinct leader, including “F–k this commander” and “Blast this fool,” leaving him “in fear of his safety.”

Read more about Gonzalez and his rift with Love and Lust over at the New York Daily News. And we suggest 50 Cent sit this one out when it comes to clowning NYPD honchos on IG.

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Hodinkee Adds Chief Commercial Officer to Scale Retail Operations

Hodinkee is ramping up its retail presence.
The omnichannel destination for watch collectors — offering a blog, podcast, e-commerce site, a print magazine, and an events and conference program — has hired Russell Kelly as its first chief commercial officer.
Kelly, who joins Hodinkee from Tudor Watch USA, where he served as brand manager and helped oversee Rolex’s relaunch in the U.S., will lead the company’s retail division. Kelly’s first day is today and he will report to Hodinkee chief executive officer and founder Benjamin Clymer.
Kelly will devise Hodinkee’s retail strategies to build its presence in the market, oversee customer service personnel, manage wholesale partnerships and brand collaborations, help develop new products and ensure overall consumer satisfaction.
Clymer said of the key hire: “As Hodinkee continues to evolve, we were looking for the right individual to join our team to help us expand the offerings and services we provide to our readers and customers. Russell is a well-respected executive, one with an extensive knowledge of the watch industry, meaningful relationships throughout and understands the impact a partnership with Hodinkee can mean to a brand.”
Kelly said of his appointment: “Over the years, I have seen the positive effect Hodinkee has had on the watch

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Christmas Dreaming (feat. Jordan Officer) – Susie Arioli

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Christmas Dreaming (feat. Jordan Officer)

Susie Arioli

Genre: Jazz

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Release Date: November 2, 2010

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Invisible Essence: The Little Prince – Charles Officer

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Invisible Essence: The Little Prince

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Genre: Documentary

Price: $ 9.99

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Release Date: October 16, 2018

Invisible Essence explores the global legacy of The Little Prince 75 years after its publication. The film introduces a modern day Little Prince – a seven-year-old blind Pakistani Canadian boy who absorbs The Little Prince for the first time – and captures engaging conversations with an incredible range of individuals such as Mark Osborne (Director of the animated film “The Little Prince"), Rupi Kaur (Poet, New York Times Bestselling Author), and Olivier and François d'Agay (the great nephew and nephew of Antoine de Saint-Exupéry). Although a fable, Antoine de Saint-Exupéry’s transcendent story suggests an ethical philosophy about life in its own way, a code of respect for humanity.

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An Officer and a Gentleman – Unknown

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An Officer and a Gentleman


Genre: Drama

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Release Date: July 28, 1982

Loner Zack Mayo (Richard Gere) enters Officer Candidate School to become a Navy pilot and in thirteen tortuous weeks he learns the importance of discipline, love and friendship. Louis Gossett, Jr. won an Academy Award* for his brilliant portrayal of the tough drill instructor who teaches Zack that no man can make it alone. And while Gossett tries to warn the young officer about the local girls who will do anything to catch themselves pilot husbands, Zack eventually learns to love one (Debra Winger) while his fellow candidate, a memorable character portrayed by David Keith, struggles with a very different fate.

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Diesel Looks for Chair Executive Officer

Diesel is adding a new position to its organizational chart.
In keeping with the fashion label’s ironic and provocative approach, the company’s founder Renzo Rosso has posted a video on Thursday morning announcing that his firm is looking for a new chair executive officer.
“Our ceo has left, leaving an empty space in our hearts, but most importantly, an empty chair,” Rosso said, pointing to the major skill required for the position. “First of all, you have to be good at sitting.”

Starting from Thursday, candidates will have the chance to showcase their sitting skills by uploading a GIF or a video on Diesel’s Facebook page.
The winner of the contest will be named chair executive officer and will spend a week at the company’s headquarters in Breganze sitting on Diesel’s most important chair.

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Warner Music UK Appoints New COO & Chief Transformation Officer

Warner Music UK has announced it is "strengthening its management team" by promoting two senior executives to C-level positions.
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Only Opaques – Officer Danielle C

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Justin Bieber Checks In with Probation Officer After Painting the Town

Justin Bieber showed up at the Santa Monica Courthouse Tuesday afternoon for a meeting with his probation officer and all signs are good. Our sources say the P.O. gave Justin good marks for his progress. He’s required to perform 5 days of community labor…


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NYPD Officer Under Investigation, Accused Of Calling Woman A ‘F**king Dyke’ Before Assaulting Her

An NYPD officer is under investigation for a possible hate crime after a Brooklyn woman accused him of assaulting her and calling her homophobic slurs, a spokeswoman for the Brooklyn district attorney’s office told The Huffington Post Thursday.

Stephanie Dorceant, 29, was arrested in the early morning hours of July 11 in the Flatbush section of Brooklyn after allegedly assaulting NYPD Officer Salvator Aquino. She’s facing felony charges of assault as well as charges for menacing, resisting arrest and harassment.

But according to Dorceant, it was Aquino who attacked her. Through her attorneys, she supplied the following statement Thursday:

On July 11th I was in Brooklyn, where I live and work, heading from a concert with my girlfriend when, out of nowhere a large man bumped me from behind. I asked him if he was ok. He then barked at me, and I will quote: “mind your own business you fucking dyke.”

Hen then attacked me, punched me in the face a number of times, choked me and called me several more anti-gay slurs. When he had his hands around my neck I truly thought I was going to die. I could not breathe. The only way I could get him to stop attacking me and my girlfriend was to bite him.

When other police officers showed up I thought we were saved. That was not the case. It turned out that this man was an off-duty police officer. Instead of helping me and my girlfriend and arresting our attacker, more officers piled on top of me, slamming me onto the pavement and putting their knees on my neck, shoulders, and back. They then put us both into handcuffs and threw us into a holding cell in the precinct. After being processed at the precinct I was taken to the hospital, and then to central bookings.

At my arraignment, they said that I had assaulted the cop and that I had used racial slurs. Even though I have no record, and their story was a complete lie, bail was set and I ended up at Riker’s Island.

My attacker has still not been charged or arrested.

Even though I am well aware of the many stories about police brutality, especially against blacks, Hispanics, and the LGBT community, I never really thought that this could happen to me. I want to share my story and say that police brutality is a real thing. Hate crimes are a real thing. Both of these things happened to me. Enough is enough.

The criminal complaint against Dorceant — which is embedded below — alleges that Aquino saw Dorceant and her girlfriend, Nandi Allman, “arguing” as he was walking to his personal car that had “a police parking plaque displayed on the dashboard and in area marked for police vehicles only.” When Dorceant and Aquino bumped into each other, the complaint alleges, Dorceant attacked Aquino and “punched him in the face.” When he tried to arrest Dorceant she resisted and “proceeded to bite [Aquino] repeatedly about the arms, chest, finger, and torso, breaking [Aquino’s] skin.”

At a press conference Thursday, Dorceant said the criminal complaint was nothing but lies as she held Allman’s hand and occasionally choked back tears. The couple weren’t arguing on Saturday, she said, but were “talking and laughing” coming back from a performance at the AfroPunk Battle of the Bands in Brooklyn.

When Allman saw Aquino throw her girlfriend’s head to the ground she thought Dorceant was “going to die,” Allman said.

Both women are small and would have posed no threat to the officer, said Dorceant’s lawyer, Benjamin Zeman.

What’s more, during the altercation with Aquino, “not at one point did he mention he was a cop,” Dorceant said. “I didn’t see a badge, gun, anything,” she said.

(Dorceant’s lawyers said the Brooklyn district attorney’s office has since confirmed that Aquino was off duty at the time of the incident.)

Aquino identified himself as a police officer just before a group of uniformed officers arrived on the scene, Dorceant said. He then handcuffed her and her girlfriend. Dorceant was taken to the 63rd precinct and then to the hospital. Doctors told her she had muscle bruising, cuts, scrapes, head trauma and an eye injury, which Dorceant said she received from being thrown to the ground. She was then taken to Brooklyn Central Booking.

During the arraignment in court Saturday, according to Dorceant, prosecutors read aloud a statement from Aquino saying he was concerned he “might have HIV” from her bites. (She has since taken an HIV test; the results were negative, she said Thursday.)

After the arraignment, Dorceant spent an entire day in jail on Rikers Island before Allman was able to pay the $ 1,000 bail. She was released on Monday, having been detained for over two days.

“They never gave me my phone call that I was promised,” Dorceant said. “I didn’t know what time it was. I barely knew what day it was. I was stuck into a room with 50 other girls. It was honestly like living in a concentration camp. I would never wish that on my worst enemy.”

The whole ordeal was “like a nightmare,” she said.

The NYPD’s internal affairs department said it has launched an investigation into the incident to determine if any disciplinary action is warranted.

The Patrolmen’s Benevolent Association — the union that represents New York City’s police officers — didn’t immediately respond to a request for comment.

On Thursday a judge ruled that prosecutors have until January to convene a grand jury and indict Dorceant. If they don’t, the charges against her will be dismissed.

Benjamin Moore, another attorney for Dorceant, said he is “confident” the charges against her will be dropped before then.

Dorceant and Allman believe Aquino should “absolutely” be charged with a hate crime. They plan to bring civil charges somewhere down the line, they said.

Separately, the civil rights bureau of the Brooklyn district attorney’s office is investigating the incident as a possible hate crime and interviewed Dorceant on Saturday, a spokeswoman said.

In the meantime, a friend of the couple’s has started a crowdfunding page to pay for Dorceant’s legal fees. As of Thursday evening, the campaign has raised more than $ 1,700 towards the $ 8,000 goal.

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The Game Charged With Felony & Arrest Warrant Issued For Allegedly Punching Off-Duty Police Officer; Rapper Pled Not Guilty

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Ohio Police Officer Shoots 4-Year-Old Girl After Aiming At Dog

A Ohio police officer is currently being investigated on an incident that left a four-year-old girl sent to the hospital with a bullet in her leg.

Reports The Columbus Dispatch:

A Columbus police officer accidentally wounded a 4-year-old girl in Whitehall on Friday when he fired at a charging dog, police said.

A neighbor and the girl’s uncle identified her as Ava Ellis, who was taken to Nationwide Children’s Hospital, where police said she was in stable condition.

The officer was at a house in the 4100 block of Chandler Drive investigating a hit-and-run case about 3:10 p.m., Columbus police spokeswoman Denise Alex-Bouzounis said.

As the officer was walking from the home to his patrol car, a woman a few houses away called out to him, saying her sister and the girl’s mother, Andrea Ellis, had cut herself.

The officer was at the doorway when a dog charged at him, Alex-Bouzounis said.

The officer fired once, missing the animal but striking the girl in the right leg. It was unclear whether the girl was hit directly or by a ricochet. The officer has not been identified.

Andrea Ellis was taken to OhioHealth Grant Medical Center for treatment of the cut.

Neighbor Carrie Britton said the family has two dogs and that they were on shock collars and couldn’t get out of the house.

Two dogs were being held in the back of the house after the shooting, according to police.

A couple of questions still remained. Where was this unnamed Ohio police officer’s tasers and pepper spray? Was he that in fear of his life over a dog that he felt like deadly force was the answer? Did the dog just happen to stand down after hearing the shot?

Today, June 19, needs to be buddy’s last day on the force unless he wants to work the pawn shop unit.

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Apocalypse – “Mr Officer” (Prod. By RuzBeatz)

Brooklyn wordsmith Apocalypse is set to release his debut album entitled “The Wake Up Call” on May 12, 2015 via #NoLabelJustUS/Deranged Music. He delivers a musical neck snapping song right here “Mr. Officer” behind the pads is RuzBeatz and this really knocks!! Apocalypse goes after the jugular questioning police motives behind alot of actions against people lately!

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Eric Moutsos, Utah Officer Who Resigned After Objecting To Gay Pride Parade Assignment, Speaks Out

SALT LAKE CITY (AP) — A former Salt Lake City police officer who was put on leave and later resigned after he objected to riding in the motorcycle brigade at the front of last year’s gay pride parade is speaking out against what he believes was a violation of his religious liberties.

Eric Moutsos, 33, said Wednesday that he was unfairly branded a bigot despite simply asking to swap roles and work a different part of the parade in June 2014. Moutsos, a Mormon, said he felt uncomfortable doing what he considered celebratory circles with other motorcycles leading the parade because of his religious views. But he said he never refused to work the parade. “It looks like we and I are in support of this parade,” Moutsos said he told superiors about being in the motor brigade. “I said I would feel the same way if this was an abortion parade. I would feel the same way if it was a marijuana parade.”

In an interview with The Associated Press, Moutsos said he’s coming out with his story now to be a voice in a national debate about how to safeguard religious beliefs while protecting LGBT rights.

Salt Lake Police Chief Chris Burbank said he stands behind his decision to put Moutsos on leave, saying he will not tolerate officers allowing personal biases to interfere with their work.

“It has nothing to do with religious freedom, that has to do with the hatred of those individuals and what the parade stands for, which is about unity and coming together,” Burbanks said. “How can I then send that officer out to a family fight that involves a gay couple or a lesbian walking down the street?”

Moutsos said he felt compelled to come forward with his story after months of silence after he listened to leaders with The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints announce a campaign last month calling for new laws that protect gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender people from discrimination while also protecting people who assert their religious beliefs.

Moutsos issued a six-page statement through his attorney Monday that didn’t have his name. But he decided to reveal his identity in an interview he gave to the Deseret News and KSL-TV that came out Tuesday night.

“It is unquestionably my duty as a police officer to protect everyone’s right to hold a parade or other event, but is it also my duty to celebrate everyone’s parade?” Moutsos wrote in the statement.

Several state legislatures, including Utah, are considering anti-LGBT discrimination laws alongside measures to safeguard religious liberties. Moutsos hasn’t been invited to talk to lawmakers, but he said he would testify if asked.

“We can 100-percent disagree and still 100-percent love,” Moutsos said. “I hate that we’re labeled in this way that is so divisive.”

Moutsos’ life changed dramatically in the days leading up to last summer’s gay pride parade. He had been talking with his bosses about resolving his objections while still helping out during the parade when he was informed that he was being put on leave for discrimination — a move that shocked him.

The story became public after police issued a news release saying an unnamed officer had been put on leave for refusing the gay pride parade assignment. The department said it does not tolerate bias and bigotry, and it does not allow personal beliefs to enter into whether an officer will accept an assignment.

Burbank said it is inappropriate for Moutsos to come out now with his story. Moutsos forfeited his right to defend himself during a police internal investigation when he resigned before they ever talked with him, Burbank said.

Moutsos, a married father of four, said he has gay friends and family and has no problem with 95 percent of their life choices. He said he is offended by the notion that he would treat gays and lesbians differently as an officer.

Moutsos has since found work with another police agency in the state. But he said the last six months were difficult and depressing for him and his family.

His attorney, Bret Rawson, said they have not made a decision about a possible lawsuit over the handling of the situation.

Moutsos acknowledged that he could have been more diplomatic in his conversations with superiors. But he doesn’t regret asserting his beliefs.

“I used to be quite the hellion back in my day, and I found what I believe is God kind of later in my life,” Moutsos said. “Now, I have such a strong, deep faith in Him . . . He and I love people, but I do not advocate certain things in people’s lives. In this parade, there were messages that I don’t advocate.”
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The Weeknd Arrested After Allegedly Assaulting A Police Officer

In an odd turn of events, R&B singer The Weeknd was arrested on January 10 for allegedly assaulting a police officer. In town for a performance at Drai’s Nightclub, after a brawl erupted at the Cromwell Hotel authorities were called to break up the fight. After being pulled into an elevator, an officer alleges that he was punched in the head by the 24-year-old singer who was arrested and jailed for “battery of a protected person.”

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After being released on $ 2,000 bail he took to his Instagram account to announce “escaped from Las Vegas.”

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