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10 Dec 18
Tony Waikong Wong Music Blog

The year of 2018 has been a rollercoaster ride for the music industry. There were many albums that was released, which one was your favorite? As 2018 is coming to an end, there were many albums there were released. To specifically pick one, I’d have to pick Post Malone’s album, Beerbongs & Bentley. This album […]

10 Dec 18
Putting Down Uprising

One of the many decorations in the background of the bar in the TV sitcom Cheers is a wooden Indian affectionately known as Tecumseh. It’s been a long time since I’ve watched the show, but to the best of my recollection, the only time it’s really brought to the forefront is one of the episodes […]

10 Dec 18
The Page

BY ELISE BAGLEY “Cary’s Got Talent”  showcased a wide variety of our student body’s wacky and impressive talents. This year’s eclectic array of acts ranged from singing and dancing to grape throwing and ventriloquism! Here are some fast facts about the winning talents: In 3rd place… Michael Faltz and Micah Patchin! These two Cary High […]

10 Dec 18
Augmented OuterNet of Wearable Things

A further featured piece is LAR – 'Livro em Realidade Aumentada' (Book in Augmented Reality) an interactive experience by Caterina Brasil, which … from Google Alert – augmented reality https://ift.tt/2Pv4RXV via IFTTT

10 Dec 18
Regarp Book Blog

Imagine the frustration of reading a novel of nearly seven hundred pages by one of your favorite authors to find it not only unfulfilling but just terrible? That was my experience with Killing Commendatore, the latest work from Haruki Murakami. (Fair warning: spoilers ahead!) To say that I am a Murakami fan is an understatement: […]

10 Dec 18
Eras & Omissions

I wasted no time this weekend in getting my noir on. I started right out of the gate, Friday night. First up, 1955’s Night of the Hunter. A cinematic masterpiece. The cinematography was stunning. Surreal. Memorable. Images that won’t leave my brain for probably oh, the rest of my natural life. I would actually not […]

10 Dec 18
Us Weekly
Let’s be honest: as much as we take pride in stocking our closets with the most fashionable finds, we need accessories just as chic for traveling, too. Sure, our travel bags are made to carry our essentials from point A to point B, but who says you can’t make a stylish statement at the same time? [ami-related id=”- Click to search articles -” url=”https://www.usmagazine.com/shop-with-us/pictures/best-nordstorm-sale-deals/” title=”Shop With Us: Editors’ Picks: 5 Closet Essentials Up to 50 Percent Off This Week” target=”” inset=”true”] While it’s very easy to tote along our trusty carry-on luggage with its matching set, these days we’re looking for something that showcases our style and keeps Us organized while on the go. Thanks to Hudson+Bleecker’s Holiday Sale, we can upgrade our carryall collection with styles that reflect our impeccable taste without leaving a major dent in our wallet! The innovative brand has granted Us readers with a 25 percent sitewide sale. Plus, there’s also free shipping which makes this deal feel like a celebration for our wallets. Shopping has never been sweeter! From passport wallets, toiletry bags and Dopp kits, packing cubes and more, the sky is the limit for upgrading our collection with stylish offerings! Multi-functional and well-crafted, this line will certainly give our go-to luggage a run for its money.     The brainchild of Eram Siddiqui, Hudson+Bleecker is all about making travel an extension of our personal lives— so you know we’re game! The designer was determined to create pieces that are durable, versatile and stylish to complement all style tastes and we can say that she knocked this collection out of the park! Testing the waters with a single travel shoe bag, Siddiqui quickly expanded with toiletry bags, cosmetic bags, hanging garment bags and more to compliment the jet-setting fashionista. Offering a stunning mix of patterned textiles, faux leather, linen and more, Hudson+Bleecker bridges the gap between practicality and up-to-date styles that we know and love. A nice change of pace from the traditional offerings on the market, this brand delivers top-quality creations that will certainly go the distance with our adventures. Designed with the mantra, “Travel Well, Travel Better” in mind, these designs will definitely rise to the occasion and give our travel gear the stylish boost it needs. Plus, Hudson+Bleecker accessories make great gifts for anyone bitten by the travel bug. Ready to give your accessories a stylish update? Check out some of our favorite Hudson+Bleecker accessories that will be coming along on our next voyage. Be sure to use the code, USMUST, to receive 25 percent of all purchases at hudsonandbleecker.com.   Hudson+Bleecker Grotta Jetsetter Train Case If you’re anything like Us, having a devoted beauty case is a top priority. The perfect way to keep our products secure and protect our essentials from being damaged, every fashionista should have a coveted carryall on hand. So naturally, once we set our sights on the Grotta Jetsetter Train Case, we immediately added this piece to our shopping carts. Made with soft vegan leather, this case is every bit as luxurious as we’d imagine. There’s a four-piece makeup brush enclosure that holds all of our tools in place while maintaining its shape plus elastic bands to store our lipsticks, mascara and other liquid products for an organized setup. Complete with a roomy interior, we can also store all of our palettes, powders and foundations for a seamless carry. Our favorite detail? It’s “Hello Gorgeous” embroidery. A nice playful touch that complements the light gold hardware and blush pink hue, this case exudes an elegant finish. See It: Grab the Grotta Jetsetter Train Case at Hudson+Bleecker for 25 percent off the original price of $60, now $45 to add to your closet.   Hudson+Bleecker Hematite Bon Voyage Garment Bag Tired of reaching your destination with wrinkled clothing? We feel your pain! That’s why we are elated to add the Hematite Bon Voyage Garment Bag to our vault! Crafted with modern luxury in mind, this bag will have Us feeling like the true queen we are with every carry. Flaunting a smoky sheen finish made of woven faux leather, this garment bag adds a level of mystique that pays homage to classic styling and modern functionality. We also dig the sleek detailing! Equipped with light gold hardware and zippered closure with tassel pull, this piece is unlike anything we’ve ever seen. Complete with an 8-inch drop handle, we can carry this bag over the shoulders or opt for a cross-body wear thanks to its adjustable strap. See It: Grab the Hematite Bon Voyage Garment Bag at Hudson+Bleecker for an additional 25 percent off the sale price of $116, now $87 while it’s still in stock.   Hudson+Bleecker Preto Nomad Round Travel Case As much as we love to pack our essentials in sizeable bags, some things call for a compact, yet functional carryall. So, once we spied the Preto Nomad Round Travel Case, the choice was pretty simple. Designed with a luxe vegan Saffiano leather and light gold metal hardware, this design is the svelte find our travel collection needs. Made with a hard exterior case and top handle construction, this carryall will stand the test of time. Our favorite detail? The interior removable clear bag. Our goal while traveling is to always get in and out of the airport with ease and this bag makes the process as simple as can be. There is also a metal zip closure with a knot pull that adds chic detailing. Doubling as a handbag, this 2-in-1 offering can easily go from the airport to running errands with ease. The possibilities are truly endless for a stylish look with this case and we may even consider using it as a handbag! See It: Grab the Preto Nomad Round Travel Case at Hudson+Bleecker for 25 percent off the original price of $50, now $38 to add to your closet. Check out more of our picks and deals here! This post is brought to you by Us Weekly’s Shop With Us team. The Shop With Us team aims to highlight products and services our readers might find interesting and useful. Product and service selection, however, is in no way intended to constitute an endorsement by either Us Weekly or of any celebrity mentioned in the post. The Shop With Us team may receive products free of charge from manufacturers to test. In addition, Us Weekly receives compensation from the manufacturer of the products we write about when you click on a link and then purchase the product featured in an article. This does not drive our decision as to whether or not a product or service is featured or recommended. Shop With Us operates independently from advertising sales team. We welcome your feedback at ShopWithUs@usmagazine.com. Happy shopping!
10 Dec 18
The-Ski-Guru

A Gondola Accident happened in Hochzillertal today.

10 Dec 18
NESN.com

[nesn_embed service=dailymotion src=”https://www.dailymotion.com/embed/video/x6ypol7?autoPlay=1″ width=”480″ height=”270″] One day after his team surrendered the longest game-ending touchdown from scrimmage since the AFL-NFL merger, New England Patriots coach Bill Belichick was peppered with questions about what exactly went wrong on the play and whether he should have handled the situation differently. “We have to do a better job […]

10 Dec 18
Ahmad Awesu

April 18, 2018 – 4:03 pm by J’na Jefferson “He told me what direction he was going in and then he gave me the freedom to portray it how I wanted.” The album artwork for J. Cole’s surprise album KOD was released to eager fans on Wednesday (Apr. 18). The design is appropriately drug-inspired, as the North Carolina rapper’s fifth opus is […]

10 Dec 18
High Velocity Sport

Happy 24th Birthday to Giannis Antetokounmpo D-Rose Turned Back the Clock and Put Up 50 Dubs Trolled Fergie So Hard It Became a Challenge CP3-Rondo Blowup Was a Long Time Coming NBA Let Players Know They Have to Cover Branded Tattoos The NBA Is Back and the Soccer World Is Pumped Boban Is Back to […]

10 Dec 18
Pale Yellow Van

To cut a long story short: Nestled in the foggy creases of the Blue Ridge Mountains, Asheville was a cheerfully folky oasis with more than enough to keep us busy for a few days. Our short stay there featured local highlights like the Biltmore Estate and the Pinball Museum and a few road-less-travelled finds like […]

10 Dec 18
BGR

When word emerged last week that Friends was poised to leave Netflix at the end of the year, fans of the hit show made their disappointment abundantly clear across all of social media. Indeed, the backlash was so strong and pervasive that it didn’t take long for Netflix to cave and ink a $100 million deal […]

10 Dec 18
MACHINE FEELING 2018

by Carleigh Morgan The technique of compression hacking made what is commonly credited as its first appearance with Takeshi Murata’s 2005 short film, ‘Monster Movie’. Other artistic examples soon followed: Sven Koënig’s ‘Download Finished!’ and David O’Reilly’s ‘Compression Reels’ were joined by the net 2.0 dirty aesthetics of cyberpunk art collectivePaperRad. Bubbling up from the […]

10 Dec 18
Oliver D. Smith

I wrote most (but not all) of Noah Carl’s RationalWiki article and because of that page to first document his racist pseudoscience and connections to the far-right – there is now an investigation into him by Cambridge University where he’s a postdoctoral researcher at St Edmund’s College. More than 300 academics have signed an open letter accusing Carl of […]