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Taurean Prince

Timberwolves’ Taurean prince is cleared of charges following an August drug arrest

According to TMZ Sports, Taurean Prince, a forward for the Minnesota Timberwolves will not be facing any charges stemming from a drug arrest in Texas this year. Police discovered Prince’s two guns, a canister for a vape pen, and marijuana during a May traffic stop. After testing results for the canister returned, Prince was taken …

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Law Roach

Law Roach, celebrity stylist discusses Zendaya’s dressing and “faking it till you make it”

Even if Law Roach is not your face, chances are you have seen his work. Imagine Zendaya in her 2015 Oscars outfit. It was a delicate white satin Vivienne Westwood gown with cascade brunette dreadlocks. This led to a discussion on discrimination against Black hair. Or the 20-foot-wide Giambattista Valli tulle dress Ariana Grand wore …

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Rob Manfred

Rob Manfred is ‘certain’ the Yankees, and Mets didn’t conspire in the Aaron Judge sweepstakes

Late Thursday night, Major League Baseball reported that it is looking into both the New York Yankees (and Mets) after SNY – The Mets’ television station – reported that the Mets wouldn’t fight the Yankees in a bidding war for Aaron Judge. The story said that Steve Cohen and Hal Steinbrenner are in a mutually …

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Giorgio Armani

Giorgio Armani: Giorgio Armani in his winter years

Giorgio Armani transformed a courtyard that was awkwardly shaped into a contemplative, quiet space. This is the ideal place for fashion samurai (a lion in winter) to relax and reflect on his accomplishments. Giorgio Armani, however, is not that person. He declares, “I must forget that I’m only 88. Otherwise, it’s over.” “I must try …

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Commander Moonikin Campos

Meet Commander Moonikin Campos, the Mannequin who goes further than any other astronaut

Artemis I will be carrying an unusual crew on its journey around the moon. Instead of astronauts, Commander Moonikin Campos, a mannequin, will command the Orion spacecraft. Helga, Zohar, and two mannequin bodies will be accompanying him. The Artemis program is designed to land the first woman on the moon, and then send astronauts to …

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Artemis I Probe

NASA’s desire to return to the Moon before sending people to Mars

NASA is determined to explore the lunar surface before landing humans on Mars. The launch of the uncrewed Artemis I spacecraft on Wednesday is just one step toward the future of space exploration. Apollo 17 was almost 50 years ago, and Apollo 17 was the last crewed landing on the moon. Apollo 17’s final crewed …

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Lebron James

Jalen Ramsey believes LeBron James would have no chance if he didn’t want to play football

LeBron James has some more NBA years in him, as he approaches his 38th Birthday in his 20th NBA Season. James has five NBA Championships and the NBA’s all-time leading scorer title in his sights. James, who was a two-star high school athlete, believes he could have achieved success in another sport. James was asked …

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Prehistoric Diets

Neanderthals prepared meals with pulses over 70,000 years ago

Stone Age cooks were quite sophisticated. They used a variety of ingredients and different methods to prepare their meals. This is evident from the analysis of some of the oldest charred food remains. The Shanidar Cave, northern Iraq, is known for its Neanderthal burial surrounded by flowers. A new study in Antiquity revealed that prehistoric …

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Kirk Cousins

Kirk Cousins dispels negative “prime-time” stigmas in Vikings’ win over Patriots

Who would have thought that a matchup between prime-time Kirk Cousins & Bill Belichick could be so offensive? In a classic Thanksgiving night game, Cousins and his Minnesota Vikings team rallied to win a thrilling 33-26 win over the New England Patriots. The Pats led seven to one after Mac Jones took just four-and-a-half minutes …

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