The Agenda

What to Look Out
for This Week

Words by

Ethan Thomas

Published

January 27, 2020

Cultural events calendar for the week of January 6th, 2020

Monday, 1/27

IRS Begins Accepting Tax Returns

Across America

It's officially the beginning of tax season and that means it's nearly the start of refund season. All totaled, over 150 million individual tax returns are expected to be filed this year. Take a detailed look at what you need to have ready before you file and get yourself prepped for your biggest return yet.

Forbes has everything you need to know before filing

Tuesday, 1/28

The Future Is
Faster Than
You Think

In Bookstores

The bestselling authors of Abundance and Bold are back with this blueprint for how our world will change in response to the next ten years of rapid technological disruption. During the upcoming decade, we will experience more upheaval and create more wealth than we have in the past hundred years. If you like being ahead of the curve, then dig deep into this book to learn as much as you can.

$18.99 at Amazon

3 am EST at Adidas

The revolutionary Japanese fashion label Human Made brings its renowned edge to a new collaboration with Adidas. Taking the celebrated original Stan Smith sneakers, Human Made adds a sweet touch with a perforated logo on one side and a three-stripes design made up of their signature hearts on the other. No need to get too flashy with your kicks when the subtle changes make these shoes that much better.

$140 at Adidas

3 am EST at Nike

Tinker Hatfield's third Air Jordan masterpiece hit the court thirty years ago and this iridescent colorway is here to celebrate. These shoes mix good looks with throwback vibes, and while don't grace the court as much as they did in the '90s (yeah that was thirty years ago), they'll work perfectly with any athleisure outfit you're wearing.

$190 at Nike

Friday, 1/31

Gretel & Hansel

In Theaters

Friday, 1/31

Gretel
& Hansel

In Theaters

This dark fantasy horror film is obviously based on the well-known German folklore tale Hänsel and Gretel by the Brothers Grimm. But it's been reimagined for 2020 with an even more gruesome take on the "fairy" tale—more of a coming-of-age story with some suspenseful twists. You may know the story, but you definitely don't know the fear this movie will bring you.

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