UNDEFEATED
27 Jan 2012

UNDEFEATED

After having basketball (and later volleyball) consume 5+ hrs a day for the greater half of my adolescence, my affinity towards sports has always been something special. I was lucky enough to play for a handful of coaches who dedicated their lives to building championship teams, and who changed my

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10YR
08 Dec 2011

ORIGINAL Contest

Next Wednesday, December 14th I’ll be celebrating the 10 year anniversary of Adidas Originals & DJ Neil Armstrong‘s Original Mixtape release at Greenhouse in New York City. For those of you who don’t live within the five boroughs (or Pennsylvania, or Connecticut, or don’t want to pay to get to NYC),

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flaresurfing
10 Nov 2011

Flare Surfing

With winter rapidly approaching in New York, all I can think about is Hawaii’s perpetual warmth and how long it’s been since I’ve indulged in sun, surf & endless tuna poke. Nothing beats diving into a lukewarm ocean and listening to the waves a few hundred yards out while sitting

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Brisk Bodega
09 Sep 2011

Brisk Bodega

With the resurgence of the Brisk claymation videos earlier this year, the old school beverage brand has reestablished itself on top of the iced tea world. Call me a sucker, but when my favorite rapper drinks Brisk… I’ll drink Brisk. Now, the iconic blue can is taking to the streets

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8.22Hawaii1
22 Aug 2011

Morimoto’s Waikiki: Hawaii Edition

The balance between work and play becomes blurrier the deeper I get into 7AM starts and 13hour days. The day old saying “love what you do and you never have to work a day in your life” resonates every day, but still… it’s always nice to escape conference calls and

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5.19KChocolate
31 May 2011

Chocolate Wasted

A while back, I came across an interesting article stating that in twenty years, chocolate will become a rare delicacy. Considering America’s tendency to over-consume, this is hardly surprising. What WON’T be a rare delicacy in twenty years?? But just in case this is to happen, or you just love

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5.11Switzerland
17 May 2011

SWISS ALPS PT.2

Obviously we can’t fly 14+ hours to the Swiss Alps and not get some snowboarding time in. Pretty funny/outrageous since this is literally the third time I’ve ever snowboarded in my life – to say that I’m a novice is um… an understatement. After 30ish minutes of me looking like

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5.10Switzerland
16 May 2011

SWISS ALPS PT.1

The Swiss Alps are arguably one of the most breathtakingly beautiful places I’ve ever been in my life. Everyone we came across was so unbelievably sweet and cultured (4 national languages?! Americans have trouble learning one…) and showed us such wonderful hospitality. We spent our first few evenings in the

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