Showing Posts From "January 2020"

REST IN PEACE :: Kobe Bryant and Eight Others Die in Helicopter Crash

The Hundreds Staff :: 01.27.2020
Yesterday was a day unlike any other. As a gloomy fog held steady over Los Angeles County for the entire weekend, the city and the world beyond lost one of its brightest stars, Kobe Bryant. The 41... Read more

How the Face Mask Became an Environmental, Political, and Stylistic Staple

Kish Lal :: 01.22.2020
At this year’s Paris Fashion Week, Cardi B made quite the statement. For the entirety of the event, she kept her face under wraps with designs from Marine Serre and #Ecosys as well as a custom jewe... Read more

CHICAGO TO CRENSHAW :: Comedian Lil Rel Howery Has Been Preparing for Success His Whole Life

Shirley Ju :: 01.17.2020
When Milton Howery, Jr. was balling out on the court in high school, friends and family back home on the West Side of Chicago were reminded of his older cousin, Darrel, and nicknamed him as such. W... Read more

100 PERCENT ORGANIC :: Casey Veggies is Back and Better Than Ever

Malcolm Trapp :: 01.14.2020
At the early age of fourteen, Casey Veggies began to establish himself as one of the West Coast’s most spirited voices. His unique cadence and storytelling abilities were refreshing, and set him ap... Read more

Chicago’s Jack Larsen Had to Get Sick and Trip Out Before Finding His New Sound

Taylor Engle :: 01.13.2020
While feeling ill usually causes people to want to lie down and be as still as possible until it’s over, Chicago-based psychedelic pop artist Jack Larsen is inspired instead. In fact, it played a r... Read more

HINT OF CINNAMON :: Get High and Watch People Breakup to Feel Less Alone

Caitlin White :: 01.10.2020
Benjamin-Shalom Rodriguez has always navigated multiple identities, as his hyphenated last name probably indicates. Less than ten minutes into our first meeting, the LA-based screenwriter and direc... Read more

GIRLSPACE :: Empowering Compton's Next Generation of Women

The Hundreds Staff :: 01.09.2020
This past Summer, high school teacher Jacqulyn Whang was challenged as part of her fellowship to affect the community outside her school’s walls in a positive way. Whang, who works at Centennial Hi... Read more

LETTER FROM THE EDITOR :: The Best Stories of 2019

Duke London :: 12.31.2019
It’s been an amazing year at The Hundreds. While brands left and right failed to hang on to the ever-eroding ledge, we somehow managed to have one of our best years ever. Well, not somehow, I know ... Read more