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Between our TVs, Google Reader feeds and Twitter, smartphone apps and stacks of the New York Times and TIME, there are countless ways for people to stay up-to-date on the headlines. On this episode of BTR Pulse, host Lauren Hawker asks New Yorkers where they go to get their news.
"[It's about] making space for the things you love." - Korinne Kubena Belock What better way to wind down the year and welcome the cold than with a beautified nest? This week's show is dedicated to spatial organization and design - those aesthetic and logistical choices that improve your environment, whether it's work or home, and bring the best holiday gift a girl could wish for: sanity. Korinne Kubena Belock honed her organizational chops in the world of politics, working alongside Mayor Blumberg and other politicians, ensuring efficiency in their campaigns. Now she's translated those talents for a new client: you. Korinne started Urban Simplicity last year, and offers civilians her one-on-one services in personal organization. From children's bedrooms to office suites to hectic life transitions, she creates solutions for each situation and teaches her clients tactics that will enable them to better manage their own lives. Who couldn't use some of that? On today's show, Korinne graciously offers some organizational wisdom, insight into the impossible (aka storage solutions for small spaces), and even a few pointers of practical, but fashionable, holiday gifts! Plus, music on the show from Dark Dark Dark, The Do, Avey Tare, and a new track from Raleigh Moncrief followed by the Baths remix of… that very same track from Raleigh Moncrief. Remember that pile of papers in the corner you've been avoiding all year? Don't worry - just turn up the volume! Korinne and BTR are here to help.

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