Much love to the folks that ventured out to the first Wine & Bowties of the Spring. To Tap 10, Starter Kit, Jay Casio and Yung_smh thank you for blessing us with your tunes. Consider it the first HNRL + TT6 + DRGN + W&B collab. Friday got weird but we live to tell to about it through pictures and words.

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Sometimes there are those songs that just transcend. That break out of their genre and reach the ears of those outside an artist’s immediate demographic. I think it’s safe to say Adele’s sultry ode to revenge, “Rolling in the Deep,” was one of those songs. Already covered by the formidable John Legend, recently Wayne decided […]

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Looking at the way most of us were educated, it seems like the rigid boundaries between art, science, religion and philosophy we grew up with were pretty arbitrary. Granted, each one has its relative strengths. But in examining the ways in which ancient cultures understood the world around them, it’s pretty clear that the most […]

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It was the largest mass suicide in modern history. It was known as the Jonestown Massacre and it happened on November 18th, 1978 in Jonestown, Guyana. Led by the righteous yet enigmatic leader Jim Jones, a religious sect of over 900 followers killed themselves when Jones convinced them to drink cyanide-laced, grape-flavored Flavor Aid. A […]



Ron Harris Photographed By Dylan Don On assignment to shoot homeless people fashioned in tailored suits for his friend’s clothing line, London based photographer Dylan Don happened upon Ron Harris one day in April. A former Harlem Globetrotter, Ron traveled the world in the 60′s as a member of the traveling team. Frequenting the Venice […]


A few years ago, I was offered a spot in a teaching program in the Congo. I was told I’d be teaching basic logic, a sort of cursory introduction to philosophical ideas, to children who worked in mineral mines there. In theory, the idea was pretty thrilling. A few weeks later, I read up a […]


DSC_0142Photography By David Yu Stepping inside the doors of Gram & Papa’s earlier this week, I must admit it wasn’t the food that caught my attention first. “Why is everyone in here good looking and fashionable?” I thought to myself. Although G&P’s may resemble a lunch scene out of Entourage, this pleasantly hip eatery manages […]

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