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Down Scarf by Nau

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Keep warm and conserve space with this super-compressible scarf $70.00

Winter travels are likely to bring chilly temperatures, so don't forget to pack accordingly. Portland's Nau delivers packable coziness in the form of this super-warm down scarf, which packs down to a puny size to conserve luggage space. The insulating, ultra-light 650-fill down is covered by a 100% recycled polyester shell and lining. The two ends conceal hidden, zip-closure pockets that double......read more

The Decemberists, "Down by the Water"

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Animated Polaroids capture indie heavyweights at work and play.

For their new album The King is Dead, the Decemberists hooked up with famed music photographer Autumn de Wilde to produce a special limited edition box set featuring Polaroid photos of the band during the recording. The film was donated by the instant film saviors at Impossible Project, who handed de Wilde 2,500 exposures of now-extinct Polaroid film, then showed the results at an exhibition in......read more

Burn It Down

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Watch Arbor Skateboards' insane downhill video starring James Kelly

Longboarders are the red-headed stepchildren of the skate world. Often disparaged, almost never respected, the longboard enthusiast is barely a step above the rollerblader on the action sports hierarchy. If you're one of the types who holds that opinion, take a few moments to watch this clip and prepare to have your mind changed. The video, a promo for Arbor's new James Kelly Pro model, stars the......read more

DOWNSIZING

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In Alexander Payne's New Film Climate Change is at the Heart of the Story

In the forthcoming Downsizing, Oscar-winning writer-director Alexander Payne imagines a near future where eco-conscious Norwegians have developed a sci-fi shrink-ray that can zap people, such as stressed everyman Matt Damon, down to just five inches in height. Everything about this growing community of nu-Lilliputians is smaller – particularly their carbon footprint. In the film, the......read more

Little People, "Aldgate Patterns"

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Trippy clip shot in the Mojave Desert by director Adam Amaral

The new video for "Aldgate Patterns," from London downtempo maven Little People, takes us on a journey deep into the Mojave Desert, where a colorful shaman breaks on through to the other side. The clip, directed by motion designer Adam Amarel, follows a colorfully-clad desert mystic as he discovers a floppy disk that ignites a psychedelic display of light and color. Don't let......read more

Food Tripping Across America: Dallas, TX

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Explore sustainable Texas with Food Tripping

Welcome to Dallas, TX. It’s been said that the Dallas/Ft. Worth Metroplex is larger than Rhode Island. Try driving through it in less than half an hour without breaking the speed limit or sound barrier...or just slow down, get off the freeway and enjoy a day exploring Dallas, TX using the Food Tripping app. This day begins like many others: with a search to find the best-tasting, strongest......read more

Downtown From Behind

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NYC street style blog combines biking and fashion

New York-based photographer Bridget Fleming spins street style around with her unconventional take on fashion blogging. Fleming's Downtown From Behind blog features backside views of bike riders on the streets of Lower Manhattan, creating "an environmental portrait for each street and its subject." The project is nothing if not ambitious. With subjects ranging from musicians and models to chefs......read more

Daily Candy: Food Tripping on 'The Download'

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SHFT Food Tripping app featured on Daily Candy

Road trips: still cool. Bingeing on Big Gulps and Chik-fil-A: not so much. Wherever the highway takes you, open this free app for healthy-eating recommendations that bypass standard fast-food fare....read more

Headland House

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'Sense of Place' Beautifully Articulated Down Under

Standing at the top of a hill overlooking the coastline in New South Wales, Australia, is ‘Headland House’, a great hulking mass of extraordinary cantilevered rooms designed by Sydney-based firm Atelier Andy Carson. The client, Beau Neilson (the daughter of art patron Judith Neilson and billionaire Kerr Neilson), and her partner required the house should be an......read more

The Climate Science Low Down

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Tales Of A Warmer Planet By Curt Stager For The New York Times

It's a mistake to think the climatic effects of our carbon emissions will be over within a few decades or centuries. Our intergenerational responsibilities run much deeper into the future. In this new Anthropocene epoch, the “Age of Humans,” we have become so numerous, our technology so powerful, and our lives so interconnected that we are now a force of nature on a geological scale.......read more

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