LeBron James, the greatest basketball player in the world, correctly stated that he was the greatest basketball player in the world after his Cleveland Cavaliers lost to the Golden State Warriors in Game 5 of the NBA Finals on Sunday.
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When the adidas Yeezy 750 Boost was finally leaked in its complete glory, it was Ibn Jasper who did it. Riding with Kanye who had them on his feet, West allowed Ibn to post on Instagram, and it was the first complete look we got of the shoe sending the internet into a tizzy.
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Earlier this week, Jordan Brand previewed the “Poster Collection,” which includes new colorways of Air Jordans 2 and 12 inspired by vintage Michael Jordan Nike posters. The collection will make its retail debut next spring.
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The village of Bereba, Burkina Faso, is remote, with no electricity and no running water. The land is flat and featureless, and the average daily temperature is around 100ºF. What would keep a photographer from northern California, with no previous knowledge or desire to go to Africa, coming back every year for the past decade, staying four or five weeks at a time? Continue reading Market Day in Burkina Faso Is a Feast for the Eyes →
Nobody wants to find insect parts, rat hairs, mouse poop or maggots in their food. But the Food and Drug Administration does allows low levels of these nasty things along with a bunch of other icky stuff to be present in food, or the ingredients that go into it.
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Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti has signed into law a measure that will gradually raise the minimum wage to $15 an hour.
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