Most people don’t know that about 20 or so years ago I created an AAU Basketball program in my hometown, Jackson, NJ. The idea for this program began with the collapse of my younger brothers original AAU team. In other words he needed a place to play, so I came
OLuKai recently launched their new #AnywhereAloha campaign in Los Angeles. The lifestyle footwear maker inspired by the spirit Aloha and the Hawaiian islands brought together two great artist, Kamea Hadar, co-director for Pow!Wow!Hawaii! and Tristan Eaton, who’s work can be seen in galleries across the world and in MOMA, on
Been holding on to these pictures for a minute. Forgive my delay; I had a show to curate/open. Louis Vuitton Series 2 was the public, unconventional, consumer-facing, 2 week exhibit held here in Los Angeles last month. I had a chance to check it out before it closed and I’m so glad
Well, it’s a quiet cold Thursday afternoon so I couldn’t think of a better time to drop a few old school joints to help get you through your day. Maybe it will help get you through your work, your studies, photo editing, blogging, etc… At lunchtime, this afternoon, I heard
Knockaround sunglasses has released an awesome quick video recap highlighting the Pow!Wow!Hawaii! event. The limited edition Pow!Wow!Hawaii! x Knockaround shades are available now. I’m still in the catching up and editing mode, but will post photos soon, so in the meantime enjoy the video. Knockaround x POW! WOW! Hawaii 2015!
First and foremost, we are truly blessed…the past few years living in Hawaii have been an experience of a lifetime! Mahalo to everyone who has been a part of that experience; we hope to be so lucky when we move to the Portland area! After all the relocation chaos of
The signs have been everywhere in town, and now it’ s here in Hollywood. LA was chosen as the first destination to exhibit the Louis Vuitton Series 2 – Past, Present, and Future. The show features the 2015 Spring collection created by Nicolas Ghesquiere, formally of Balenciaga. The instalation is
Lately the Northeast feels more like the Artic Circle, currently it’s 16 degrees here in NJ. Two days ago the they were calling for a massive blizzard in which the Jersey Shore was looking at approximately 2 feet or better. Turns out the weather men had it all wrong and