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The whole world knows that It’s always sunny in California. Palm trees, beautiful beaches and envious weather are some of the reason people wants to come here. There are so many things that I can think of that will keep Californians outside of their homes and enjoy everything this beautiful state has to offer. This weekend was different though. Heavy rain poured all over California and most people are stucked at home infront of their TV sets, tablets or smartphones. For some this is a good way to catch on some sleep but for those who enjoy being active they find alternatives and Sender One in Santa Ana, CA is a hidden gem where you can find 25,000 square feet of climbing surface with walls up to 50 feet high. With their extensive bouldering terrain and training equipments this facility will definitely bring out the best in every huge adrenaline junkie in a fun and relaxing way.
Perry Rubenstein Gallery is pleased to announce its presentation of Too Soon, a group exhibition curated by Santi Vernetti. Too Soon is as much a response to prematurity as it is a state of being that explores the territory just beyond a frontier. This exhibition brings together works that engage in various discourses surrounding how images are being made, experienced, appropriated, and recycled across a variety of platforms and devices today.Artists included in the show are working at the forefronts of contemporary art making and thinking in Los Angeles, and represent a generation of artists collectively investigating the aesthetic and ideological effects of global cyber industries and network technologies on our everyday lives.The installation occupies the physical gallery space and an online space created specifically for the exhibition. By including works by all artists in both the exhibition’s physical and virtual spaces, Too Soon concretizes the Internet as an undeniable means for experiencing and understanding contemporary art while simultaneously celebrating the artists’ object-based practices.
Listed as 6 feet 165 pounds on a good day, Allen Iverson aka ‘The Answer’ by hoop heads is arguably the greatest basketball player ever pound for pound. Obviously understand it is a term used most often in boxing or combat sports but Iverson deserved such comparison to great fighters in history hence David vs Goliath because of the obvious fact that he dominated a game where height is a huge factor to succeed. Not a single moment that I could remember when he doesn’t speak out his mind infront of the cameras, Allen Iverson’s unrelenting will and determination on the basketball court speaks volume on how big of a heart he has both on and off the court. Tonight in Philadelphia infront of 20,000 plus roaring fans emotionally thanking his family, former teammates and rivals he kept it real and said something very Iversonesque “Show me the fool who says dreams don’t come true,” Iverson said. “Because they do.”
With Rosewood Barbershop being next to one of the most prominent streetwear shop in SoCal, we often check out ATTIC Buena Park because we know they’re always fashion forward. They have a good selection of clothing, shoes, and accessories. But I also noticed today is their newly remodeled flagship store. Attic unveiled their renovated flagship few days ago. It was hard to ignore the fact that the new design had a strong focus on their customers. The staff are accommodating, great interior outfitted with dark wood floors, a good community of streetwear brands available including Rosewood Cutters.What else can you ask for? So if you’re around the area, make sure to stop their shop or you can also check their website at www.attic2zoo.com
The Bank Sale street wear expo returning its way here at Los Angeles Convention Center. TBS is a vibe of music, art, and style where you see different brands emerge. It is a different atmosphere, feeling and energy. Open to public which gives sellers a chance to showcase their brand. Anything can happen at the Bank Sale! Here’s a recap of last week’s event. Check out their website at www.thebanksale.com
Venue Trade Show is one of the most widely anticipated fashion conventions in Los Angeles. VTS brought retailers and designers to get together in a community level setting where up and coming brands can showcase their apparel/accessories to major industry companies. They also had panelist who knows the ins and out of the streetwear fashion which made the event even more exciting. One of the topic that I think made an impact to listeners is on how to build a brand identity in this competitive market . Rosewood Barbershop also gave complimentary haircuts and was able to showcase our limited edition snapbacks. We want to congratulate Miles and the whole team of The Venue Trade show for another successful event. See you on the next trade show!