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Positano, Italy


Misson Beach, Australia


Ios, Greece

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We can't get enough of Native Shoes, especially this updated classic: the Apollo Moc 2.0. The versatile, "futuristic" microfiber sneaker has been spruced up with a soft, cozy lining and a new insole making it even more comfortable than before. It's one of the most wearable shoes in its class out there and now (at just under $60) it's more affordable than ever.

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Elderbrook - Talking [EP]

Soundtrack for your Wednesday: All 7 tracks on this just-released EP from the London based Elderbrook are fire. 

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On Friday, Dec. 23, 1983, at 11:45 a.m., a single-engine V-tailed Beechcraft Bonanza rumbled down a runway at Pueblo, Colorado’s municipal airport and took off into a storm. At the controls was Tony Mink, a 36-year-old with dark hair, hazel eyes, and a long beard that he grew whenever he didn’t feel like shaving. A second-generation pilot, Mink had earned his license at 18. Throughout his twenties, he made his living in the air, flying odd jobs and bank deliveries out of Utah and southern Idaho, where he’d grown up. Now, he ran an aircraft salvage business—buying used planes to be fixed up for resale—out of Florida, where he lived with his family.

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