Author: Isaac Nico

  • Photography in the times of a pandemic
    So you’re locked in. You have a camera (or a phone) and you love photography. You miss framing, composing, and capturing perfect moments from the world around you. The things that inspire you are far away, the places that draw you are inaccessible, and your muses are all locked in as well. You’re wondering what you can do till you’re allowed
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  • The off-court exploits of the legendary Kobe Bryant
    Whenever the name Kobe Bryant will be mentioned, it will be listed under legends. During his 20-year long phenomenal career, Bryant won the Most Valuable Player award in 2008. He was also a two-time winner of the Most Valuable Player in the NBA Finals. He left the court as the fourth leading scorer in the history of the NBA. ‘The Black Mamba’,
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  • Summer is Almost Here. But Are You Ready?
    The Ultimate Guide to Wardrobe Essentials for Summer 2020 Summer is here and many parts of the country are starting to feel the heat. Which means that it’s time to get your summer wardrobe in order, especially if you haven’t even started thinking about it yet. It’s time to start noticing the holes in your wardrobe — which items are missing,
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  • 4 New Indian Writers We’re Excited by
    A new year calls for new fiction. And while we are reeling in all the wonderful literature from across the world, it is safe to say that some Indian authors really stood out. In a country as diverse as ours, it’s important to give voice to the plethora of stories that form our collective narratives. Here are few that we reckon will shape
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  • Five players to watch at the Fifa Women’s World Cup 2019
    While the average football fan might be able list a dozen names of male superstars in their sleep, they’d likely find a surplus of fingers counting the women players they know.   Women’s football isn’t considered glamorous like the men’s game which is inundated with ludicrous transfer fees, advertising contracts, and salaries, creating
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  • A cozy green
    Lazy is a lazy word. Don’t tell me how fast or slow I need to live. I don’t move at your speed. I don’t participate in your choices. What took me so long? Well, among the various paces at my disposal today, I picked moderate-to-slow. Isaac NicoIsaac is currently in the middle of an existential crisis, contemplating the
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  • 3 things women around the world are doing
    Solange gave us another great Knowles album The less conspicuous of the Knowles sisters is back with a rich fresco of collaborations, black history, and her upbringing in Texas. When I Get Home — her fourth studio album — takes off where A Seat At The Table landed, with some of the best songwriting this side of Joni Mitchell — if one can call
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