Can you imagine living on Mars? NASA can. Continue reading THIS IS WHAT LIFE ON MARS COULD LOOK LIKE, ACCORDING TO NASA
Celebrity chef and TV star Anthony Bourdain, the Emmy-winning host of CNN‘s “Parts Unknown,” has died from suicide, the network said Friday. He was 61. Continue reading Chef and Travel Host Anthony Bourdain Has Died at 61
It’s been a long time coming, but The Roots frontman Black Thought has finally blessed us with a solo project. Produced entirely by 9th Wonderalong with his production outfit Soul Council, the album is just what one might expect from the Philadelphia MC. The EP also boasts features from Rapsody, KIRBY and Styles P, who joins him on the previously released buzz single “Making A Murderer.” As he mentioned when he first announced the project back in January, and as the volume numbered title implies, the EP is the “first in a series of joints.” Continue reading Black Thought Drops Debut Solo Project ‘Streams of Thought Vol.1’
Cancun’s murder rate reached staggering new heights earlier this month after 14 people were murdered in just 36 hours. Five others sustained gunshot wounds in six separate incidents. Continue reading DRUG WAR BLAMED FOR 14 MURDERS IN 36 HOURS IN MEXICAN PARTY TOWN
Friday night, LeBron James further etched his name in the GOAT conversation. James drove left past New Orleans Pelicans forward Solomon Hill with approximately 6:01 remaining in the first quarter for a two-handed dunk to notch 11 points in the game. That gave LeBron his 867th consecutive game scoring at least 10 or more points, breaking Michael Jordan’s previous record, which James tied on March 28. Continue reading LeBron James Surpassed Michael Jordan’s Double-Digit Scoring Record
Black Panther just keeps on breaking records. After another successful week at the box office, the Marvel epic is now the top earning superhero film ever in North America, according to The Hollywood Reporter. Continue reading ‘Black Panther’ Is Officially the Highest-Grossing Superhero Film Ever in the U.S.
Although Phil Jackson‘s time running the Knicks didn’t go as well as he might have hoped, he remains one of the most revered coaches in sports history. He employed unconventional and effective methods for connecting with his players, and his triangle offense was revolutionary. It also certainly didn’t hurt that he was able to coach some of the greatest players of all-time, including Michael Jordan, Kobe Bryant, Shaquille O’Neal, and Scottie Pippen. Continue reading Phil Jackson Speaks on the One Thing That Set Michael Jordan and Kobe Bryant Apart