Music video by Eve performing Let Me Blow Ya Mind. (C) 2001 Ruff Ryders/Interscope Records.
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Which sunglasses tribe are you in this summer? Cast your mind back to January of this year when an episode of Keeping Up With The Kardashians revealed that Kanye West emailed wife Kim Kardashian to tell her to stop wearing "big sunglasses" and to swap them for teeny, tiny, '90s-inspired eyewear [...]
via Computerworld Australia]
Vocus taps Nokia for Pacific cable rollout ASN is also rolling out the Australia Singapore Cable on behalf of Vocus and was responsible for delivering the North West Cable System (NWCS) which is also owned by the network operator. “We are proud to support Vocus Group with the Coral Sea Cable [...]
via The Globe and Mail]
How the eyewear industry is making it easier to own a wardrobe of glasses "I love your shoes!" says the sales associate at Bailey Nelson as I step into the sunlit open-plan store on Toronto's Queen Street West. Shelves filled with eyeglasses line the walls, Instagram-worthy displays punctuated with succulents sit in the [...]
9 Pairs Of Tiny Sunglasses Kanye West Would Approve Of On a recent episode of “Keeping Up with the Kardashians,” the reality TV queen revealed her husband/personal stylist Kanye West advised her ― via text message, might we add ― to ditch her oversized shades in favor of smaller, retro-inspired frames. [...]
I didn’t keep up with as much online reading as I wanted to toward the end of this year, but here is a list of the ten best essays I read online this year. I open this up with a seemingly fun listicle celebrating one of my favorite movies as a kid that turns into an empowering story of the author finding himself in the character of Benny ‘The Jet’ Rodriguez. Shea Serrano (who killed it this year) proves that the top ten list can be a piece of art. There aren’t a tremendous number of movies where the main or coolest person is Latino, and there were even fewer in 1995. Benny “The Jet” Rodriguez — strong, courageous, noble, preordained for brilliance — was the first obviously cool Latino I’d...
Picture a festive night without the typical posturing, ice-grilling and high-post profiling. You're playing the back with your third Long Island Iced Tea. You're kicking it with the waitress so drinks are on the house all night. Fly girl Uniqua is holding court at the bar, gyrating to the music as her silky bob keeps time with the beat. All of a sudden you hear the opening bars of your favorite jam and you rush the floor like a dope fiend at an open drug bazaar. It doesn't take a forensic genius to recognize GUY’S prints are all over a musical era fast overtaking 70s soul as the new old school.
[via Souls of Black Notes]
An Ode To The Bakerloo Line Trains Another little anachronism we spot: the maps of the central London tube system are sized especially to fit into the very specific frames of this stock ... and shrieking its way north west, our first train gives in at Queen's Park: "That's enough, that's ... [...]
via New Jersey Online]
High school band is 'going to the mattresses!' Bed frames, pillows and mattress protectors will also be available. Delivery is available. All forms of payment will be accepted, and proceeds will go to West Deptford High School Band. "The Mattress Fundraiser" is a nationwide fundraising program that has ... [...]
via Jewish Ledger]
Conversation with David J. Gerber WEST HARTFORD – A Holocaust survivor whose early experiences ... and toured Europe as an Israeli beauty queen to raise money for the state in 1952. She also was raised with a love of the arts in Manhattan, and was creative in her own right. [...]
Gwen Stefani Launches Eyewear, Sam Smith Celebrates Oscar Win At The Abbey And More: 5 Things We Loved This Week The eyewear is now available in department stores and specialty optical boutiques nationwide. Sam Smith Celebrates Oscar Win At The Abbey On Monday night, Sam Smith arrived at The Abbey Food & Bar in West Hollywood ... Drag queen, Vicki Vox was even ... [...]
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Last words from 129 films Filmmaker Candice Drouet "collected images from all the movies I have seen in my life and split them in different themes" for a project titled "My Life In 1.000.000 Frames ... Only God Forgives / Snowtown / Slow West / Behind the Candelabra / The Great ... [...]
How to shop and dress like a local in the YYZ.October 19, 2017 By Julia Dilworth / Photo: Kimon Kaketsis Boutique shops and cafés in quaint low-rise storefronts line this epic strip of Queen Street West (a 40-minute-plus walk if you’re not stopping), and no stop is a bad stop. Start at Beaconsfield Avenue and work your way east.A cool design mecca for everything from Toronto-made leather goods to bargain eyewear—plus legitimately great sales (like $20 Brixton hats in every colour).(Photo:...
Rapper-singer Kanye West made a comeback to stage for the first time after almost a year. The 40-year-old musician stopped by Kid Cudi's concert in Chicago to treat the crowd to a performance of 'Father Stretch My Hands Pt 1,' from his most recent album, 'The Life of Pablo'. Chance the Rapper, a close friend of West, was among the first to share the news of his surprise appearance. "Kid Cudi just brought out Kanye in Chicago," the MC tweeted. Kid Cudi just brought out Kanye in...
The restaurant and retail chains that came to Toronto in 2017 are all about the way we bring the world to this city. Japanese ramen, Parisian macarons, giant fried chicken, Greek coffee, luxe workout gear, perfume and eyewear now need not come at the extra cost of purchasing a plane ticket.Here are some notable restaurant and retail chains that came to Toronto this year.RestaurantsCheesecake FactoryThe lineups to get into the only Canadian outpost of the U.S. chain in Yorkdale mall are so...