A rainy New York fall afternoon didn’t stop a bunch of photography die-hards from venturing out and snapping the iconic city’s Lower East Side, in a special photo walk hosted by global accessories brand Herschel Supply, held to celebrate photography journal Street Dreams Magazine and its eighth issue. This was the thirteenth Street Dreams photo […]
A tribute to the U.S. soccer legend’s impact on the game and her teammates.
Travi$ Scott celebrates the launch of his Rodeo tour with a set of limited edition tour merch. Much like the gear offered on Kanye’s Yeezus tour, Scott has appropriated iconography from the Deep South – namely the region’s cacti and beloved heavy metal tees – and plastered them all over T-shirts, longsleeves, socks, lighters, ashtrays, iPhone cases and – most notably […]
Adding to the singular release within the Nike KD 8 EXT collection is the “White Woven” edition. Landing later this month to accompany the all-black iteration, the lifestyle KD 8 expands with another monotone palette. Utilizing the well-known basketweave patterning in sail, exposed Flywire cables aid the savvy upper while the tonal base is offset […]
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With sacai founder Chitose Abe’s second NikeLab collaboration, more than ever are traditional sportswear icons reinterpreted using Abe’s distortion of volume and shape. NikeLab shows off her new creations in a Fall/Winter 2015 lookbook shot by photographer Benoit Florencon. A marriage between sport and style, Abe’s innovative stylings only help to emphasize the fluidity of Nike garments. Her distinct aesthetic […]
Debuting in a special "Achilles Heel" make-up — a nod to the seemingly indestructible Greek god, as well as Kobe’s recovery from 2013’s season-ending Achilles surgery — the Kobe 11 is set to launch January 9, 2016 across the globe.
Denim encapsulating the Nike SB Dunk Low is nothing new. In fact, it’s been done several times over in the past. But bleached denim, though? Well, that look isn’t completely foundational either, yet this Dunk Low does a stellar job of masking past similarities and creating a budding look with modern appeal. Electing for a […]
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Jesse Boykins III returned to Philly to perform for a packed out #HeinekenGreenRoom at Silk City. The R&B/Soul singer is … Continue reading Jesse Boykins III – Heineken Green Room PHOTO RECAP →
This progressive low-top shoe distills Kobe Bryant’s signature legacy to its essence: high performance, lightweight, responsive and sophisticated design.
The Time Warner Cable Arena, where the Charlotte Hornets work and play, is like a second home to the players, staff and higher level executives. Michael Jordan, of course, is among those individuals. And considering he spends a good amount of time at the arena that seats roughly 20,000, he keeps a few personal effects […]
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Your education shouldn’t stop when you leave the classroom.
Learning new skills is a great way to expand your mind and get ahead in your career — and it’s easier than ever with a plethora of online classes just a click away.
A good place to start is with this year’s most popular Coursera courses from top universities. They range from an introduction to the programming language Python to mastering the art of negotiating. All are free, but some have paid versions that offer more extensive experiences.
Read on to see this year’s top 10, courtesy of Coursera.
10. Introduction to Financial Accounting — University of Pennsylvania
Wharton professor Brian J. Bushee teaches the basics of accounting in this course. By the end, you’ll know how to confidently read an income statement, balance sheet, and statement of cash flows.
It’s one of four courses in Wharton’s business foundation Coursera package, which costs you $595 for the classes and a capstone project, all graded. If you don’t care about a certificate or being part of a cohort that can interact with each other and the professors, you can work through each course for free.
Next session: December 28 — February 1
9. Successful Negotiation: Essential Strategies and Skills — University of Michigan
Ross School of Business professor George Siedel has taught negotiation classes around the world and says his research-based class is useful whether you’re trying to secure a million-dollar investment in your business or to lower the cost of your cable bill.
Next session: Always available
8. An Introduction to Interactive Programming in Python (Part 1) — Rice University
Python is one of the world’s top five programming languages and is used at organizations like Google, Yahoo, and NASA. It’s a high-level language, but a novice can learn the basics relatively easily.
Rice professors Joe Warren, Scott Rixner, John Greiner, and Stephen Wong keep the course interesting by having students use Python to build simple games like Pong and Asteroids.
Next session: January 9 — February 2
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words // Nick DePaula: Los Angeles Lakers guard Nick Young has officially joined the adidas family, becoming the newest member of the brand’s growing endorsement roster of NBA players. Young, a longtime Kicks On Court staple known for wearing a variety of iconic sneakers in games, had worn Nike in college at USC and since he […]
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It’s a big night for Chance.