Famed Architect Zaha Hadid Dies In Miami Hospital At 65

Famed Architect Zaha Hadid Dies In Miami Hospital At 65: Iraqi-British architect Zaha Hadid, whose modernist, futuristic designs included the swooping aquatic center for the 2012 London Olympics, has died at age 65.

Morning News Roundup: Zaha Hadid Architects and AECOM Unveil 2022 FIFA World Cup Stadium Design, BMW Launches Planning Competition

AECOM and London-based Zaha Hadid Architects unveil the design for Al Wakrah Stadium, home to the 2022 FIFA World Cup in Qatar. Zaha Hadid Architects took inspiration from a "dhow," a traditional Arabian pearl fishing boat.


Michelle Obama doesn’t show the bruises after seven years

Newsday - I recently attended a White House event that featured the cast of the Broadway hit “Hamilton.” But it was the host for the occasion who was most impressive: first lady Michelle Obama, still standing tall, chin up, despite nearly eight years of enduring the kind of crudities that the wives of some of the current presidential candidates are starting to get a taste of.

Laurel Elementary honored for school breakfast program

One way to overcome the stigma is to serve breakfast to all students in the classroom, which 92 schools in Prince George's County do — including Laurel Elementary — through the Maryland Meals for Achievement Program. To be eligible to participate, at least 40 percent of a school's students must be eligible to receive free and reduced price meals.

New Music: K.Camp “Slum Life”

With Future and The Weeknd’s “Low Life” getting new life after the video release, K.Camp has decided to drop his own rendition of it. He’s done it for countless other tracks in the past and this EVOL single is no different. Could a new project be on the way soon?

Confusion Inna Babylon: Tale Of Jamaica

ThyBlackMan - The world views Jamaicans as a conscious people when in reality they are unconscious, burdened by the psychological effects of a colonial education system, poverty, malnutrition, and mass unemployment/underemployment.

Yeah Rapper, Athlete Economic Buffoonery keeps our people Broke.


Massive Robots Keep Docks Shipshape

WSJ - Overall, TraPac’s automation will cost roughly $1 billion in public and private funds once the entire terminal is automated, and executives say they aren’t sure when the investment will pay off. “It’s very much a moving goal post,” said board member Mr. Stone. “It takes a long time to realize the return.”

Still, some workers find benefits as the technology takes hold. On a recent afternoon, 57-year-old crane operator Jesse Martinez lowered shipping containers the last few feet of their journey on to truck trailers, using a computer from an air-conditioned office building at TraPac.


Jewel continues to shine through struggles, success, relationships

Jewel continues to shine through struggles, success, relationships: Singer–songwriter Jewel is a testament to survival through art. For more than 20 years and a dozen studio albums, she’s channeled hardships and success with her music — from homelessness, fame, parental estrangement, marriage and divorce.


1996 Honda Accord - Follow The Leader

K-powered Accord coupe built to inspire cont'd.

Kendall Jenner for VOGUE (April 2016)

In the magazine they visit with her and some of her friends, follow her for a few days to witness her entrepreneurial skills first hand, learn about how she became such a social media giant and more. The spread was shot by Mario Testino and will only be sent out to subscribers in New York and Los Angeles. Below is a video of Kendall and Gigi Hadid having a sleepover party in Chanel.


The Source - A$AP Ferg recently revealed the release date (April 22) and artwork for his forthcoming sophomore album, Always Strive And Prosper, and yesterday unleashed a new single, the ScHoolboy Q-featured “Let It Bang.”

It Didn’t Have to Happen: Phife Dawg, Diabetes, and Black Health by Law Ware

Blogger In the 2011 Documentary Beats, Rhymes, & Life: The Life and Travels of A Tribe Called Quest, Phife said of his love of sweets: “It’s really a sickness … Like straight-up drugs. I’m just addicted to sugar.” There we have it. Mystery solved. Diabetes killed Phife. He was vocal about his struggle with the disease since the 1990s—and it is a message we still need to hear.


Celebrating the nostalgic power of graphic design and packaging

Celebrating the nostalgic power of graphic design and packaging: Nostalgia is a very powerful thing. When done well, branding and packaging are very powerful things too. Tapping into all of these fonts of power is London’s Museum of Brands, an enormous and comprehensive celebration of the brands of yore, and with them, the lives of the people who bought them.

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MH370: Possible debris found in Mozambique arrives in Australia

Two years after MH370 went missing, key questions remain for family members. CNN's Saima Mohsin reports.


Mya Talks New EP 'Smoove Jones,' Love & Feminism

Billboard caught up with the singer shortly after her Feb. 14 release of Smoove Jones to chat about her inspiration, stance on feminism and love life.


Slow Life: Strength in numbers

By discovering records from the past, this Berlin collective and label is carving out a fresh new sound. Matt Unicomb unpacks their distinctive style.


Is Trump the American version of Berlusconi?

Khaleej Times - In fact, few media tycoons - Berlusconi owns Italy's main commercial television channels and several daily newspapers (either directly or through his family) - have ever been as freewheeling in their use of libel litigation to silence journalists and other critics. The famous Italian anti-mafia writer Roberto Saviano referred to Berlusconi's "mud machine," with which he would smear anyone who dared stand in his way. (Full disclosure: As Editor of The Economist, I was the target of two libel suits by Berlusconi.)



Lakers defeat Warriors for biggest upset in NBA regular season history

The Los Angeles Lakers pulled off the biggest upset in NBA regular season history Sunday afternoon, defeating the Golden State Warriors 112-95 at the Staples Center.


Macklemore Regrets Not Warning Iggy Azalea He Was Name-Checking Her in 'White Privilege II'

Y! Music - The Seattle rapper dished out bars about the perception of white acts in hip-hop who have been accused of appropriating the culture. Macklemore references Iggy Azalea, Elvis Presley and Miley Cyrus during a verse where he rhymes: “You’ve exploited and stolen the music, the moment/ The magic, the passion, the fashion, you toy with/ The culture was never yours to make better/ You’re Miley, you’re Elvis, you’re Iggy Azalea.”

Azalea even kicked up dust on her Twitter following the song’s release by tweeting, “he shouldnt have spent the last 3 yrs having friendly convos and taking pictures together at events etc if those were his feelings.”)


-Pentagon sells smart bombs to Turkey

The sale, announced on Tuesday, comes at a crucial time for Turkey’s military, which continues to be heavily embroiled in attacking theKurds in the volatile northern part of Iraq.

Critics are going too easy on Star Wars: The Force Awakens

I fear this review makes it sound like I'm down on The Force Awakens, but I'm really not. It is full of delightful moments and fantastic new characters. The acting is uniformly phenomenal. I already have tickets to see it again.

Rubio, Cruz wage battle for second - and to stay alive

GCONEW - While Donald Trump appears headed for a big Super Tuesday, the outcomes for Sens. Ted Cruz and Marco Rubio are less certain when the GOP presidential primary balloting closes Tuesday night.

Tyga Reveals Why Paul McCartney Was Turned Away from His Grammys After-Party

The rapper took to Jimmy Kimmel Live! to explain.

That's funny I been to many places and wasn't able to get in I don't know about you but it's silly trying to get into clubs without cash money, it's the main reason I don't like certain types of females. I had just left the crib after returning from Taco Bell I was at the movie theater watching this flick called Karate Kid anyway I even stopped to grab some CD's but ran into some customer I assumed were Asian gangsters. I remember it was just before the World Cup matchups in South Africa. A lot of crazy stuff happening this morning I wasn't going to get upset and throw some bottles but it definitely could have been presented in a better way, after getting past the drive-thru I arrived home without blame them dudes at the window must have been a bit too excited or even against me.

I wanted to get out there I had been indoors all week so I wanted to see what was happening, at first I got lost but then driving at night was nothing new to me I do it often. I tried getting some money but it's nothing secretive. I don't often get invites either unlike when we would go to NYC during the weekends and have no way of coming back. I used to live back in New-Jersey nowday's "less talking" happens but it's on a sad note a level he may have found high thinking it's always seeming climactic. I even get to hear the threat level on the radio station sometimes. I make wrong decisions it's annoying but let me tell you there is something over there which you need to notice. I was in an Arab country we trying to catch our flight me and mom it's early morning we needed food we refused to go get me something to eat. So I started to ask what was going on and as soon as I see the whole picture I reach for the GPS to tell me how far before getting to Houston our destination. After arriving in Kenya I go to bed and wake up to find everyone crowding in front of the White House because, Osama was no longer alive he got killed.

I go to Mcdonald's but I got no money you see what I mean getting into the clubs or catching trips inside taxi's cabs, horseback riding, reading a newspaper etc, anything is possible. As a matter of fact I while roaming around Nairobi, KE and early in the morning they're holding prayers it's so loud, someone a Muslim prayer during a tornado like thunderstorm someone asking if it would wipe away our belongings. Yes late in the evening sometime early going to the bus station to pick someone up and we got no time for conversation less time to look at news it's hard. But I got people telling me about wealthy neighborhood's unlike poor ghettoes there's no money no job, because of my age, ethnicity, codes certain stuff isn't allowed it's like strict enforcement at fashion shows what you saw was rubbish your attire can ruin everything even at restaurants you wouldn't believe it. Some things you catch others you don't it's just bizarre how people refuse to co-operate you've either got it or you don't, in or you out, arriving/going/leaving, entering/never leaving. It's somewhat like at the border if you've got no point walking in there without carrying credentials and dressed to impress who's going to give you anything understand.

What upset me about it is as soon as I arrived I parked my car across the street and compared to the last time I went to this location, something weird took place. I got out of my car and I didn't bother to look but it seem like partying got out of hand and stuff going down you see folks talking, from over here it did seem ruined, it wasn't until I drove back from the venue outside nearby I discover some beer bottle laying there and a police woman coming towards me. They were like asking me for $5 at the entrance and I told her I didn't have it could I be allowed to get in for free? I spoke then left I heard it cost $10 I drove all the way out to D-town and like always I didn't have money. Depending on what you recall does anyone remember the radio van parked outside the entrance booth outside a club next to the mix master. I waited there alone standing while someone ran inside coming back without entering the event, I even had my own relative show me how you couldn't get into certain places late at night the club. Once I walked away trying to sit at the bar I looked down and there were some broken bottles of liquor out on the street. So compared to the last time I noticed a law enforcement officer rolling by, it wasn't going to get any worse because of soccer world-cup outdoors clubbing to see another waiting to perform in D-town. Because of God but anyway it was cool leaving without getting caught up that club was packed late that evening.