Through paved roadways and chopped up back roads, we pass shack after shanty and witness the scattered remains of a Tsunami’s battered footprint. Regardless of the time passed since its initial devastation, its impression is still evident and real. But … Continue reading
Like a retail deity, the boys at the Green Street Vault have resurrected from the streets and into a brick and mortar mainstay on Newbury Street in Boston. Check out their fledgling beginnings in this three-part interview and be sure to RSVP for their grand opening this Saturday!
For Derrick Cheung and Howard Travis, business-as-usual is not so usual after all. While small businesses struggle to stay planted along our city streets, one small business has decided to literally work the streets in order to keep the dream alive. Enter Derrick and Howard’s Green Street Vault – a mint-green concession truck cleverly converted into a mobile high-end streetwear shop. READ MORE…
Recently, I’ve been biking around New York and I have to say, I’m hooked. But while I pedal the city in running shoes and a hoody, I’m ousted by a sea of skin-wrapped spandex riders zipping by me – most of them casting dirty looks. I want to believe that I’ll understand the attire one day or even the mindset that gets them to wear it. Maybe I’ll progress to the point where it makes sense. But to tell you the truth, I highly doubt it.
I’m not racing nor am I preparing for a long distance haul. I’m riding, because it feels good – because I need to shed some weight and because this city is drastically being shaped for and by cyclists (Read more on that here.) and I want to be a part of that. For now, it’s my new way to explore the city. Here are some photographs from the frame.