17 Jul 19
The Daily Hoosier

Every day we bring you the best in IU and Big Ten news and recruiting notes with The Daily Hoosier Report.  It’s your daily one stop shop for comprehensive and free IU Athletics related information for busy Hoosier fans. Here’s today’s latest IU Athletics and Big Ten coverage + recruiting news from around the net: […]

14 Jul 19
Let's Bee Together Wedding Blog

Robin and Jen met at a BBQ on Lamma Island, Hong Kong in 2013. Robin had just moved to Hong Kong and Jen was living in Beijing. Robin sat down next to her and started eating a corn on the cob out of his jacket pocket. Jen was very perplexed as to why this guy […]

12 Jul 19
News Archives Uk

The EU exit worries many traditional manufacturers on the island. SN / AP The British luxury brand Burberry is especially popular with Japanese. Wooden strips lie before him, shiny black leather and soles. Martin Gray stands behind his workshop table. He is wearing an apron over the fine shirt and blue tie. Style is everything. […]

08 Jul 19
TAMPA, Fla (WFLA) – In 1958, an American physicist, William Higinbotham, created what’s thought to have been the first video game, similar to pong. Last year, U.S. video game sales broke record records by generating $43.4 billion in revenue, up 18 percent from 2017, according to data by the Entertainment Software Association. Saying that the strides made in the last 61 years is certainly an understatement. Today, 65 percent of American adults play video games either on their smart phones, computers of gaming console, many of which are being developed in Orlando. From baby boomers to the children of today, called Gen Alpha, 75 percent of Americans have at least one gamer in their home, according to the ESA. Luckily there are plenty of locations around the Bay area for gamers of all ages to celebrate the humble beginnings of gaming. Replay amusement museum in Tarpon Springs has more than 120 arcade and pinball machine games dating back more than 50 years. “We have a collection of pinball and arcade machines from the 60s to the present,” said manager Skyler Johnson.”And it’s great that so many people are still interested in those older games.” The museum opened when owner Brian Cheaney, who had been collecting machines for a few years and ran out of room for the machines and decided to create a space for the entire community to enjoy them. Now in its fourth year, Johnson says Replay sees up to 200 people on any given Saturday. For more information about Replay amusement museum, click here.
08 Jul 19
Archy news nety

Sports Illustrated is one-year-old "Where are you now?" The magazine catches up with the stars and celebrities of yesteryear – Sammy Sosa, Brett Favre, Dennis Rodman, Tony Hawk and Don King, among others, have appeared in the past. The 2019 issue features an insight into the new life of Alex Rodriguez, Yao Ming's Chinese basketball […]

08 Jul 19

The annual Sports Illustrated "Where I am now?" the question is linked to the stars and prominent figures of the past have been included in Sammy Sosa, Brett Favre, Dennis Rodman, Tony Hawk and Don King. The number 2019 presents an insight into the new life of Alex Rodriguez, Yao Ming's mission for Chinese basketball […]

28 Jun 19
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25 Jun 19
Chow Art Fund

Note: You can see how from 2004-2009 I had the rare opportunity to meet people at the top of their fields in art auctions, academia, museums, art collecting, commercial art and illustration, ateliers, full-time artists. It was absolutely insane how much stuff I was cramming into those years, and after all that, nothing that I […]

20 Jun 19
The Daily Hoosier

(UPDATE:  Langford goes to Boston with the No. 14 pick) The 2019 NBA Draft will be held on Thursday, June 20 at 7 p.m. ET at Barclays Center in Brooklyn, N.Y. The NBA Draft will air live on ESPN and ESPN Radio and stream live on the ESPN App. Indiana’s Romeo Langford is expected to […]

17 Jun 19
News Directory

Darlene Ruth Williams NORTH VERNON Darlene Ruth Williams, 62, of North Vernon, died on 7 June 2019 at Bellevue Hospital in New York. A Christian Christian Mass will be held at 11 o'clock on Thursday, 20 June, 2019, in Our Lady's Catholic Church. Professor Don Buchanan will preside. There will be a burial in St […]

12 Jun 19

Results for Pool A today in Spokane, Washington. Guaranteed 2nd place Match #1 Quarterfinal Iowa defeated Indiana 42-30 88 – J.D. Downs (Iowa) over Toby Billerman (Indiana) Fall 2:13 94 – Garret Rinken (Iowa) over Samuel Jemerson (Indiana) TF 10-0 100 – Ryder Block (Iowa) over Evan Dickey (Indiana) TF 11-0 106 – Blake Wolf […]

12 Jun 19

For most sartorialists, attending Pitti Uomo in Florence is like a pilgrimage. The biannual menswear trade show hosts over one thousand exhibitors flaunting their new collections to tens of thousands of visitors. I’ve been following Pitti since my affinity for menswear began in high school. I have often pictured myself walking the steps of the […]