Jordan Brand Unveils the 2018 ‘Concord’ Air Jordan 11

Following initial rumblings a few months back, the fan favorite “Concord” Air Jordan 11 is going to be this year’s annual holiday release. Continue reading Jordan Brand Unveils the 2018 ‘Concord’ Air Jordan 11

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Cardo’s Plan: Producing Hits for Drake, Migos, and Travis Scott Is Just the Beginning

“It’s a good problem to forget making a great song.”

When I pull up on Cardo and his producing cohorts Yung Exclusive and Johnny Juliano, they’re hunkered down to work in a mid-city Los Angeles Airbnb near The Grove. Weed is the only visible form of recreation—pre-rolls and papers are scattered across granite tabletops—but that seems to be more fuel than anything else. I’m clearly interrupting, but these guys rarely stop working. On a walk from the backyard to the kitchen after a smoke break, Cardo reflexively reaches for a nearby laptop and tinkers with a beat. It’s muscle memory. Continue reading Cardo’s Plan: Producing Hits for Drake, Migos, and Travis Scott Is Just the Beginning

Wolves Reportedly Trade Jimmy Butler to Sixers

Jimmy Butler is on his way out of Minnesota. The disgruntled Timberwolves star has been pushing for a trade since well before the season began and he’s finally got his wish. Butler is being traded to Philadelphia in a deal that includes All-Defensive First Team member Robert Covington and forward Dario Saric, according to ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski. Continue reading Wolves Reportedly Trade Jimmy Butler to Sixers

FDA to ban flavored e-cigarette sales in convenience stores

You might have a hard time finding flavored e-cigs outside of vape shops in the future. According to The Washington Post, the Food and Drug Administration plans to announce a ban on the sales of most pod-based flavored e-cigarettes in convenience stores and gas stations across the country. It’s reportedly part of the agency’s efforts to curb sales of e-cigs to minors, since studies show that flavors tend to attract underage buyers. The FDA says that there’s been a 77 percent increase in the use of e-cigarettes among high school students in 2018 — Juul has been particularly popular among teens to the point that vaping with Juul is now commonly known as “juuling.”

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