La Frenchie is an LA based clothing line which is the brainchild of Myron Batsa, Stuart Lafferty, and Carissa Blades. As a higher end boutique line it has caught the eye of various celebrities and A-listers. Q. ok. I love the name. My grandmother was French, and it actually was my first language, but for some reason not many people infuse the people or language … Continue reading Who Said Los Angeles Doesn’t Have Fashion Taste?
We recently had the opportunity to sit and talk to Güney Durmus, who is a renowned Music Promoter based in Düsseldorf, Germany. Güney is a voting member of the Grammy Recording Academy, and promotes artists worldwide. He works in collaboration with numerous music agencies in the USA and Europe. You have been a staple of the music scene for quite some time now, being behind some … Continue reading 5 Questions with Germany’s Güney Durmus
As someone who had a chance to experience some aspects of the post graduate abyss we call ‘law school’, I have gained an appreciation for those that make it out on the other side. The easiest thing about becoming an attorney is just that, becoming one. The moment you get those bar exam results and walk out into the cold, cold world, you are on … Continue reading More Than Just A Lawyer
When people pass we generally think of their character, traits, and ideals. Occasionally we get an individual who can’t possibly be explained without anecdotes. Their life, so full of color, can only be embodied by a story, joke, or situation. One of these people is the now late Muhammad Ali. An urban legend that I’ve adopted growing up was the origin of my name. My … Continue reading Muhammad Ali: A Hard Namesake To Live Up To
Twitter has had a pretty interesting history. It taught us to how to be concise and brief in our thoughts. It has exposed the age gap with those who have no idea the difference between a direct message and a public time line. It has spurned revolutions (most notably the Arab spring), and has become the go to arena for breaking news. As a constant … Continue reading 140 Characters or Less: Twitter’s Struggle To Stay Relevant
I recall walking into a small theater in 2000 to see the first X-Men movie. It was half packed and we had no idea what to expect. We had to be the youngest of the group that streamed in, filled with middle aged men and twenty year olds with Nirvana shirts. About 2 hours later we walked out in shock, having no idea what we … Continue reading X-Men: Apocalypse – Still A Fun Ride
Korean electronics giant Samsung does not want to get left behind as the auto industry accelerates into the 21st century. It has announced a series of auto-related initiatives in the last few weeks. On Wednesday, the family conglomerate announced the creation of a new team that would focus on products for the auto sector, including autonomous driving technologies and android car dvd. This of course begs the question … Continue reading A Samsung Smart Car In The Future?
Smart watches are an easy way to keep up with everything you are doing on the go. Apple and Android make them with many different features. Find out which one would be best for you and your lifestyle. Apple You can do messaging in a new way with this watch- it allows you to send sketches and voice messages to your contacts. The watch is … Continue reading Wearables: Apple Or Android Wear?
Bernard Hopkins is to boxing what Jeff Gordon is to NASCAR. Longevity is such a huge factor in both worlds, and BHop has exceeded all expectations, still looking for his final fight at the age of 50. In a land where boxers are really pushing it after 40, Bernard is a freak of nature. The man is in the best shape of his life, and … Continue reading The Ageless Wonder: Bernard Hopkins
This past week, I was honored to be one of many style savvy individuals in the Los Angeles area to be invited to the launch of PAX Labs, Inc.’s PAX 2, which will now be carried within the 2 trend setting American Rag Cie store locations here in California. Pax Labs, Inc. (Formerly Ploom) was founded in 2007 and came out with their first vaporizing instrument not … Continue reading PAX & American Rag Cie Is More Than Just A Good Time