Olympic Gold Medalist Nathan Adrian: International Nice Guy | HuffPost

This article was featured on the front page of the Sports section on HuffPost. It’s a beautiful day in the East Bay of the San Francisco Bay Area, and I’m hoping that my ultra-busy interviewee hasn’t embarrassingly beaten me to our 11:00 a.m. appointment. I hastily close my Google Maps after finding mercifully close parking on […]

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Kanye West’s Pablo Pop-Ups: Were They Worth the Hype? | Highsnobiety

The following article was originally published on Highsnobiety. I first heard about Kanye West’s Pablo pop-up shop on Twitter early last week and was intrigued by the concept. Upon visiting his ultra-minimal website, I saw that San Francisco was one of just 21 cities across the globe that were going to play host to a […]

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Why Your Shower Is The Most Creative Place In The Universe | HuffPost

This article was featured on the front page of the Wellness section on HuffPost. How often do you have the ability to completely shut yourself off from the world and do absolutely nothing but think? Arguably, there is only one time of day (or week if you’re the Burning Man-type, but no judgements here) that requires you […]

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Why Millennial “Narcissists” Will Change The World

The following article was originally posted on The Huffington Post blog. I am a Millennial. And it’s no secret: people give Millennials a hard time. Our generation composes 25% of the United States—the largest age range in American history, mind you—but has been given quite a bad rap, especially when compared to generations past. I’m […]

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Why Internet Hate Feels Louder Than Love

  I have to admit, being so active on social media has made me lose a little bit of faith in humanity. In my every day life, I naturally think the best of people and always try to remain positive in all that I do, but social media seems to chip away at this mindset […]

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Author Seeks to Inspire Creative Minds With Manifesto│Press Release

With his first book Create Rebellion, San Francisco author Robbie Tripp seeks to inspire creative minds to be true to their voice and create without fear. An abstract manifesto written in Tripp’s unique stream of consciousness style, the book’s purpose is to inspire creative minds to listen to inspiration, to be disruptive with their creations, […]

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Salinas rapper working to make name for himself, city│The Californian

This article was originally published and featured as the cover story in the ‘Life’ section of The Californian, a USA Today network newspaper in Salinas, California. “It’s hard to get shine being from here to be honest,” says 22-year-old rapper and Salinas High grad Mitchell Johnson. “Typically things just stay in Salinas and don’t go […]

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8 Ways That Running Relates Perfectly To Life

The following article was originally posted on Medium. For runners, the peace found in pounding out the miles with nothing but infinite landscape ahead of them is a past time that can’t fully be described. Those who don’t run can’t understand the psychopathic relaxation that comes from these long bouts of physical exertion. The common […]

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The Dreamer & The Wisher│Prose

Are you a dreamer or a wisher? Do you hide behind a mask of conscious virility or do you accept the world as a place for you to make manifest the light inside your being? Do you intend to fool everyone into thinking of you as you would like them to or can you live […]

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Beware of Youth│Poetry

Lofty incantations of adolescence were sent heavenward from her red painted lips A hard glass bottle of indulgence squeezed firmly in her moisturized hands The feeling was reminiscent of a better life she had never experienced, a life free of consequences of her reckless desire and lack of discipline Forget the cares of tomorrow for […]

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