Your Perks: 1) An umbrella that’s rip-proof, weightless and practically built for “historic” winter storms. 2) A high-precision fitness band that analyzes your every move. Tell your personal trainer he’s fired. 3) Chanel. Chocolates. Steak dinner. Basically everything your Valentine’s Day requires.
Things to do for January 29, 2015
An Underground Bike Park, Papaya King and All the Magazines
The weekend is also pretty super.
A New Bike Park 100 Feet Below Ground
Meanwhile in Louisville, Kentucky, some people have just dug 10 stories beneath the earth’s surface and formed a few million pounds of dirt into paths, berms and jumps. The result: the world’s first underground bike park. So that’s what’s happening in Kentucky.
Unlimited Magazine Access. Take It.
Your reward for being a person who still enjoys reading magazines: a monthly subscription that gets you unlimited access to over 2,000 rags from The Atlantic to Fast Company to ESPN to Aromatherapy Thymes. We should’ve stopped sooner.
What You’re Eating on Sunday
If you’re doing the Super Bowl right, you’re having someone else take care of the spread. If you’re doing it right-er, you’re having Goldbely send you this Papaya King kit that comes with hot dogs, sauerkraut, buns and their famous tropical drink. Which is about to become a famous adult tropical drink.
In Case You Missed It...
On Kempt: Here are your three important takeaways from Sundance. And
here’s what it looks like when a
Lego-faced runway model is placed in an everyday situation.
On Driven: It’s Miles Davis in a fur coat is all. And please don’t try James Hunt’s motorcycle style at home.
Oh, Hey. Looks Like It’s Sale Time.
Snyder: Varsity jackets. Fleece cardigans. Leather bombers. All yours for up
to 75% off.
Carson Street Clothiers: Last we checked, you still needed ribbed scarves and cable-knit sweaters for 60% less than normal.
Need Supply Co: Up to 70% off sale items for their final winter markdowns. Non-buyer’s remorse is real.