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Before you had ever heard of Drake we asked him questions
On the eve of VIEWS, his fourth studio album, we’re re-publishing our 2006 interview. The past decade has seen Drake ascend to the peaks of music charts...
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Celebrating dad with Rosedale Ave.
Rosedale Ave wanted to celebrate fatherhood and the beautiful bond between a father and their child. The end result is truly magical.
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"Pappy learned to polish leather footwear in the army during WWII. His commander would demand that his boots be so lustrous he could see his reflection in their black sheen." Our writer Celia documents and shares with us a cherished family tradition that she shares with her grandfather.
Pappy learned to polish leather footwear in the army during WWII. His commander would demand that his boots be so lustrous he could see his refection in their black sheen. Pappy’s shoe-shining education didn’t end there, however. His biggest revelation came around 5:00AM one morning when he noticed an airport shoe shiner heating his wax with a blow drier for a smoother application – the approach would prove to be a game changer.
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.@pandancreamery makes Thai style hand rolled ice cream using all natural ingredients. The Iabour intensive process takes about 4-5min to craft each order. Be patient. It's worth every second. Oh and the staff are babes. 🔊🔊🔊 #🍦 #mtlmoments #icecream
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From modern art to modern architecture Converse introduces the All Star contemporary to the world.
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The Converse All Star Modern launch sparked a realization that the original All Star is so deeply integrated into the history of our culture. Get to know the evolution of the Converse Chuck Taylor All Star and how the brand has innovated the casual footwear industry.
Get to know the the All Star Modern and how the brand has innovated casual footwear. The Converse All Star Modern is exactly where the brand needs to be.
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Converse All Star Modern, more than just a sneaker
Get to know the the All Star Modern and how the brand has innovated casual footwear. The Converse All Star Modern is exactly where the brand needs to be.
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"The common denominator among those sports was that I was fast." - Aaron Brown (Aaron Kingsley Brown) Read more 🇨🇦
As a teenager, Aaron Brown was fast. He studied the cheat codes passed down by his coaches and at the age of 24, he’s Canada's next superhero.
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After decades of ‘more, more, more’, with more everything than we need. We have created a world so full of ‘more’ that all we no longer have is what was once naturally ours—silence, privacy, space, time. It’s no surprise, then, to see the luxury industry now glamorizing minimalism the way it once glamorized excess.
An interesting cultural shift is happening. Stripped of traditional symbols of luxury precisely for the humility this new found absence provides.
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When you ask a man about being a father...you get magic. #DadTalks
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From modern art to modern architecture Converse introduces the All Star contemporary to the world #ConverseModern
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Converse Modern Collection - Launch pt 2
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A collection of interviews, opinions and unique perspectives on culture for the creator generation.
Introduction

For eleven years, What’s Really Good has been an evolving platform uniting creatives around the world to share ideas, talents, opinions and first-hand experiences on life and culture.

We continue to combine our passion for design and creativity into stories both for and by detail-oriented individuals. Driven by an art before advertising approach and an unrelenting curiosity, our aim is simple; to document and support the creative experience through compelling and in-depth content and experiences.

WRG is a collection of interviews, opinions and unique perspectives on culture for the creator generation.

We welcome you to join us as partners in this journey. Ideas and submissions can be sent to info@wrgmag.com