Month: July 2019

Meet an 18 Year Old Potter Super Star

Meet an 18 Year Old Potter Super Star

Hello everybody! My name is Jess, and I’m an 18-year-old potter from LA. Grody Ceram produces one of kind handmade ceramics, primarily functional goods! Grody Ceram aims to make work that feels good to use and lovely to see and represents the simple magic that can come from minimalist, well-made goods.

W Y E T H A – Husband and Wife team knows hats

W Y E T H A – Husband and Wife team knows hats

W Y E T H A. A California label that produces men’s and women’s hat collections.  Created by the husband and wife team of Michael Hagen and Hedda Staines along with creative friends and colleagues. We are focused on creating directional, wearable, quality hats. 

Let there be Warmth!

Let there be Warmth!

Yes, it is true! We are feeling the warmth of Southern California after the roughest season we’ve had. Tomorrow is Odd Nights at The Autry and we are so pleased to see warm evenings are upon us. Come early and stay late. Listen to some great music, sip on a cocktail from our bar, enjoy food from one or more of the 20 food trucks and shop some amazing local designers and artists. And remember, the Autry will be open exclusively for our guests until 9 PM.

Gmail Promotions Tab. Get rid of it!

Gmail Promotions Tab. Get rid of it!

Hi!

Lately, I have been hearing that people with Gmail tend to not get my emails and it’s not just my emails, it’s whomever Gmail feels is a Promotion and not a human. Well, I am here to tell you that I am human. And if you would like to get my emails and other emails from other humans, here is the solution. 

Get Rid of the Promotions Tab. Here’s how:
  1. Click the Settings icon in the top right corner of the Gmail tab.
  2. Select “Configure Inbox.”
  3. Deselect the “Promotions” tab and click Save.

Rest assured this will not delete any emails or stop emails from coming through either. It’s simply a folder system that Gmail introduced and didn’t tell anyone about. It looks at incoming emails and decides where they should go. I personally like to decide where my emails go. If you do as well, 3 easy steps to a simple fix. 

Thanks and hope you can get caught up on some reading because most people I tell this too wind up finding a lot of emails from their friends that they never even saw.

Until next time,

Phillip Dane