Day: May 2, 2023

Best Makeup Looks from 2023 Met Gala

Best Makeup Looks from 2023 Met Gala

The first Monday of May means it’s time for the Met Gala. The annual event is known for its glamorous fashion, but the hair and makeup are just as iconic. This year’s theme, “Karl Lagerfeld: A Line of Beauty,” is an ode to the late designer known for his work with Chanel, Fendi, Chloé, and his namesake line, Karl Lagerfeld. We’ve gathered up some favorite makeup looks from the 2023 Met Gala.

How to Be an Ethical Music Fan in the Age of Streaming

How to Be an Ethical Music Fan in the Age of Streaming

Being an ethical music fan in this age of streaming can feel bewildering. We have almost all of the music ever recorded (though not necessarily the best-sounding versions of it) at our fingertips at any given time. But we have no idea how much clicking “play” will benefit the artists who created it.

Former Police Officer Tou Thao Found Guilty in George Floyd’s Death

Former Police Officer Tou Thao Found Guilty in George Floyd’s Death

A former Minneapolis police officer has been convicted of aiding and abetting second-degree manslaughter for his role in keeping bystanders back in the May 2020 killing of George Floyd, according to court documents filed Monday.

Samsung Bans ChatGPT for Employees

Samsung Bans ChatGPT for Employees

Samsung is restricting the use of AI tools such as ChatGPT for employees after the company discovered such services were being misused. The South Korean technology company confirmed to CNBC that it is temporarily restricting the use of generative artificial intelligence tools through the company’s personal computers.

QB Lamar Jackson signs 5 yr/$260 mil contract extension

QB Lamar Jackson signs 5 yr/$260 mil contract extension

After the tumultuous (and downright uncanny) journey toward a satisfying contract deal between Baltimore Raven QB Lamar Jackson, and Raven’s higher-ups, the 26-year-old all-around player has signed an extension that makes him the highest-paid player in NFL history.

NYC mayor Eric Adams rebukes Texas Governor Abbott for Migrant Buses

NYC mayor Eric Adams rebukes Texas Governor Abbott for Migrant Buses

In the most recent battle of wills between border states and inland blue states, Texas Governor Greg Abbott has sworn to continue sending busloads of migrants to NYC; and NYC Mayor Eric Adams hints at a possible racial motive for these gestures.

Matthew Judon

Matthew Judon

Athlete of the Month for May 2023 Instagram Bio Highlights Bio Matthew Judon is a linebacker for the New England Patriots. Born in Baton Rouge, LA, he first started turning heads playing college football for Grand Valley State. He set the division II record for sacks. He’s gone on to become a key piece of […]

Reggie & Byron, The Greatest of their time. From Yankee Stadium to Carnegie Hall

Reggie & Byron, The Greatest of their time. From Yankee Stadium to Carnegie Hall

How lucky am I? I ask myself that question at least 44 times a day. I laugh to myself because the 44 represents the uniform number of arguably the greatest baseball player of the 1970s Reggie Jackson. This human dynamo definitely put on the single most impressive performance in World Series history and for someone […]

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