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We made some moves over the 4th of July weekend with our inaugural W&B Bike Night. Taking an evening ride through the Town, we stopped off at Surf Club and Morcom Park before settling in at the backyard boogie in the West. Thanks to Max, and Dispo Max, we have some pics to help tell the tale.

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Written By Muammar Reed What do vinyl records, 8-tracks, cassette tapes, the VCR, and the CD have in common? In a few years they will all be antiques, destined for private showings at museums. They will be replaced by the thumb drive, the iPod, the Android, the Blackberry, and all other types of media holding […]

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For the most part, I think we can all agree that providing affordable, quality education should be a priority for the state government. So why is it that every time we need to trim the budget, school funds seem to be the first ones to get the ax? In looking at the effects of the […]

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I think it was Twill that first introduced me to the Ted Conferences. We’ve showed you a few of them before, but in short, (very, very short) Ted Conferences consist of smart people discussing interesting shit. But please don’t let my generalization fool you. These folks will school you. In this presentation, Elizabeth Gilbert, author […]

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Although a lot of times we like to celebrate the beauty of life here on Wine & Bowties, I think it’s equally important to expose the horrors of life, if for nothing else than to relate the multitude of experiences that humans endure, ultimately to provide clarity and perspective to help us appreciate our own […]

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Written By Daniel Edmund In the twenty-ten, the man seems to still be dusting himself off from a hard fall from grace in today’s society. As times change, the roles and expectations of men seem to be leading many into a confusing conundrum of etiquette, perception and presentation. A woman’s counterpart is considered a man […]

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This one’s strictly for the dreamers. For anyone that’s questioned the status quo, or dreamed of be something more, this one’s for you. Touching on topics from the importance of individuality, to the steps to starting a movement, Pharrell drops nugget after nugget of knowledge in this interview. Give yourself 30 minutes and check it […]

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Do you ever walk into an environment and everything just seems right? Almost as if you’ve experienced it all before. Perhaps it’s when you met your first love? Or maybe it was the first adventure you had with a life long friend. It’s amazing when those moments occur, I just had one myself. You look […]

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Photos By Hunter Freeman It’s tough to step outside of your comfort zone. We call it the comfort zone for a reason. But I think once you step outside yours, it begins to expand. When you take that leap to do some shit you’ve never done before the experience shatters the fear you had for […]

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Written By Ruud Salym Erie A paradigm shift can be described as a change in ones perspective of a particular concept. How that applies to us as human beings plays a large role in the decisions we make in our lives. It’s quite simple; Our brilliant minds make maps of everything. This is actually what […]

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There’s a war being waged in living rooms across the country. It’s been going on for years. Our parents fought it in the 60′s and now it’s our turn. The times have changed, and so have the tactics. Which is why we must be more critical now than ever before. The propaganda wheel turns faster […]

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Okay, so this is encouraging. Over the course of the past two decades, Americans have been taking billions more biking and walking trips annually. As the chart above shows (courtesy of Good), the measurable increase in both those things has spurred an increase in government spending on programs that encourage foot-powered travel (check here for […]

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Mark Jenkins on the power of street art: “There is opposition, and risk, but I think that just shows that street art is the sort of frontier where the leading edge really does have to chew through the ice. And it’s good for people to remember public space is a battleground, with the government, advertisers […]

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Written By Lukas Brekke-Miesner Lukas runs the Oakland culture blog 38th Notes, celebrating the people of Oakland and their work. A few days ago Oakland was named the 5th most dangerous city in the country. It’s down from last year’s fourth place spot, but still nothing to brag to your grandmother about. I won’t dwell […]

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