First, there was the random blood and urine test, followed by the different training schedule. Then, Floyd Mayweather, Jr. had to prepare for other opponents, postponing the negotiation. After that, Mayweather didn’t want to take the red corner, which is the corner of the challenger. Then, there was an issue regarding the two broadcasting system […]

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Baby North West, daughter of Kim Kardashian West and Kanye West, was born in California on June 15, 2013. The toddler has been rocking only the best custom designer outfits every since she stepped out of the womb. I would not be surprised if Kim Kardashian had North wrapped in a custom Hermès baby blanket […]

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This week, Texas State University fine arts student Monika Rostvold made a bit of noise due to her live performance piece, which featured her sitting nearly naked on the steps of the the Albert B. Alkek Library on campus. For 45 minutes, Rostvold sat with only a blindfold, a pair of headphones, pasties and a […]

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May 31 would be legendary German filmmaker Rainer Werner Fassbinder’s 70th birthday. Unfortunately, he died of a drug overdose in 1982, but his influence on the international film industry continues. The Deutsches Filmmuseum and the Martin-Gropius-Bau Museum have collaborated on a new project entitled, “Fassbinder — NOW.” It is set to open on May 6 and remain […]

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No, Stephen King didn’t release a new book, but one woman has gone through something straight out of a horror movie. A Ph.D student from Indiana named Yamini Karanam thought she had a brain tumor — until surgeons operated on her and removed a bundle of hair, teeth and bones from a tiny space in […]

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When I think of Diane von Furstenberg, I automatically think of the wrap dress. When it came to fruition in 1974, the wrap dress was a game changer. It served as a symbol of power and independence for women all around the world. By 1976, von Furstenberg had already sold over one million of these […]

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Back in 2001, life was a lot more simple for 5-year-old me. My sources of entertainment were my toys, my tricycle and for most part, “Tom and Jerry.” There existed no concept of playing Candy Crush on the iPad — I would instead keep myself occupied with my storybooks. Now, there has been a drastic […]

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For centuries, the concept of superheroes has fascinated people of all ages and cultures in all areas of the globe. Although the definition of what makes someone “super” has varied over the years, superheroes as we know them today have a universal purpose: they protect others from danger, fight for justice and serve as role […]

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During winter break, I found myself in the hospital for a short stay after having had knee surgery. During that stay, I watched an absurd amount of awful television. Fox’s daytime talk show, “The Real,” was on the list. “The Real” follows the same format as other daytime talk shows such as the legendary “The […]

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By now, we have all heard about the possibility that the Olympics could be held in Boston in 2024. We have heard people talk about how great this would be for Boston tourism and overall morale. We have heard people talk about how great it would be for business and that it would provide the […]

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