The fastest and most powerful Lamborghini ever is going topless with the all-new Sian Roadster. And as with the Sian FKP 37‘s debut, all 19 examples were already sold out by the time it was announced this week. Continue reading THE SIAN ROADSTER IS LAMBORGHINI’S MOST POWERFUL TOPLESS SUPERCAR
In May 2019, European sportswear retail chain Snipes acquired Northeast-based retailer Kicks USA, indicating its intention to expand into the U.S. market.
Naya Rivera is missing after swimming in Lake Piru with her four-year-old son. Continue reading Naya Rivera Reported Missing After 4-Year-Old Son Found Alone on Boat
Indigenous South Americans reached islands in the South Pacific some 300 years before Christopher Columbus landed in the Americas, according to new genetic evidence. Continue reading Native Americans Voyaged to Polynesia Long Before Europeans Reached the Americas, DNA Study Shows
Michael V. Drake’s retirement was pretty short-lived.
Just a week after he left his post as the president of Ohio State University, Drake was announced as the 21st president of the University of California system. The move marks the first time a Black person has ever held the position in the system’s 152-year history. Continue reading Michael V. Drake to Become the First Black President of the University of California
In 1926, a self-taught musician named Big Bill Broonzy found his way to Chicago. A sharecropper turned soldier, he had left Mississippi and headed north to escape the pervasive racism of the Jim Crow South along with thousands of others of African-Americans in the Great Migration. Like many other black men, he worked as a janitor and a Pullman porter and a cook. But when he found himself in front of a microphone in a recording studio, the blues musician knew he had found his niche. Continue reading How ‘Race Records’ Turned Black Music Into Big Business