We are excited to announce this one-of-a-kind pop-up event in Downtown LA this weekend, the adidas #ZXFLUX Experience! The event will be hosted by adidas at The Well, where guests can see the first glimpse of the exclusive LA ZX Pack, featuring 3 never-before seen designs; the LA Lakers, LA Clippers, and LA City. These shoes, along with other ZX Flux designs, will be for sale on this day only, so come by before they are gone!
We are celebrating the US launch of the #miZXFLUX app, a revolutionary platform where consumers can discover infinite possibilities while customizing your own pair of adidas ZX Flux shoes. The app allows you to take a picture or upload your own content to be designed on a pair of shoes, and order them right from your iPhone or Android device!
Come enjoy the tastes of the MexiCalbi food truck and take a photo in our unique GIF booth. We will also have complimentary drinks from Reed’s Ginger Brew, Arriba, AQUAHydrate, and Philz Coffee.
The event will be hosted by renowned DJ and radio personality collective The LA Leakers, who will be giving away a pair of shoes every hour for lucky fans who share their own custom shoes online! You will also be able to get your shoes cleaned by famous shoe cleaning boutique Jason Markk!
LA adidas #zxflux Experience: The Well (1006 S. Olive St, Los Angeles, CA) – November 22, 2-8pm
The season’s changing, but you know what remains the same? The freshest tunes on Friday, selected by the Cashmere crew to keep you warm this weekend. Holla.
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Veterans Day is a time to reflect and pay homage to those who lost their lives fighting for American independence. This Tuesday, everyone has taken to social media to express their respect and admiration for our soldiers. If anyone in your family has served in the U.S army or military please take the time to give them a shout out.
When I was growing up, we were taught that math, reading, science, and history were the most important subjects to learn in school, and that our eventual jobs would fall under one of these disciplines. Then we went to high school and college, and these fields were narrowed into some sort of science, business, humanities, social science, or engineering degree. One thing that was not stressed, or even mentioned, was that much of our world would soon be run by computer science, or specifically, web coding.
Code.org, and it’s founder Hadi Partovi, are going to change that. Code.org is a non-for-profit business that has set out to build computer science programs in schools across the world, while also looking expand computer science participation from women and students of color. Code.org’s initiative currently reaches over 1.5M students in over 170 countries. All of this takes a large amount of funding though, and even though they have been financially backed by internet moguls such as Mark Zuckerberg and Bill Gates, they are continually looking to expand.
Hadi and his team launched a campaign on Indiegogo, the non-profit crowd-funding platform, to raise additional funds to continue to expand the “Hour of Code” program. This event aims to add an hour of coding every week in schools to build awareness and skills. Their fundraising goal is $5M by December to launch the class in over 10K schools. So far, they have raised over $2.8M, breaking the previous record for the most successful campaign on the site. We know that web coding and design is one of the fastest growing careers, and will continue to expand, so the success of the “Hour of Code” event and the Code.org business is almost guaranteed.
Donate to the campaign and help make history HERE!
- Kyle (@kyledineen)
Following the results of the 2014 Midterm Elections, here’s who the newly elected officials may want to emulate.
Julia Louis-Dreyfus as Vice President Selina Meyer in Veep, Tea Leoni as Elizabeth Faulkner McCord, female Secretary of State in Madam Secretary, and Bellamy Young as Mellie Grant, First Lady in Scandal.