Something tells me if anyone does show up naked to the polls, they might not be as attractive as Katy Perry so bring some hand sanitizer and ignore the person in line making bad election puns…because you know there is always one.
Every week I like to point out a “hero” of the week. It’s a lighthearted hero but a hero none the less. This week it was the couple who requested photos of Jeff Goldblum and got them. Read all about it here.
A. Who would you want photos of in your hotel room?
B. What music/song would complement Jeff Goldblum?
“Hu is short for human – human being, human race, humankind,’ said Pharrell. ‘But Hu, itself is also a reference to color. As human beings, we all have a color. We all look different, we all speak different languages, but we’re all connected.’ Pharrell Williams
Building on the limited-edition NMD that launched in July, Pharrell and adidas Originals return with Hu, a diverse range of full-color footwear and dynamic activewear. Celebrating a spirit of equality, acceptance, co-existence and understanding, the collection features flags, stripes, and translations of the phrase “Human Race” in English, French, and Japanese. Pharrell sums up the collection’s message simply: ‘I play for the human race.’
With the launch of Hu, Pharrell looks to shine a spotlight on communities around the world, sharing stories and traditions of humanity. In this first collection Native Americans from North Dakota invited Pharrell into their community to share their stories of compassion and culture, carrying on traditions of language, prayer, celebration and knowledge from one generation to the next.
‘I am so thankful to the people of MHA Nation who shared their journey and experiences with me. I want to use my platform for people to tell their stories and help empower people no matter where they’re from. By understanding humanity’s past, we will build a bridge to its future.’ Pharrell Williams
The adidas Originals = PHARRELL WILLIAMS Hu collection launches at select retailers worldwide and online at www.adidas.com/pharrell on September 29th.“
Not sure if this will inspire you or make you feel like a complete waste of skin. You remember Toni Basil right?? 80s hit song, “Oh Mickey”?? Turns out, at 72, Toni is still crushing it.
She took a dance workshop in France and while most would be paralyzed with fear shy away from dancing in front of the class, Toni gladly accepted her teacher’s challenge to bring it on. And by the looks of the video above, it was brought. Read more here.
“I’ve always been a dancer, and I will always be a dancer,” Basil told BuzzFeed. “Dance has been my lover, my doctor. I know I have my health because of this.”
You may have heard about Public Enemy action figures becoming a real thing earlier this summer, but now you can pre-order the set just in time for the holidays! Only gonna cost you $59.00 which is a fair price to have Chuck D, Flava Flav, Terminator X and Professor Griff live on your shelf.