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Sam Allardyce Sacked by West Ham United: Latest Details, Comments and Reaction

Sam Allardyce will be leaving West Ham this summer after the club confirmed they will not be offering him a new deal. Big Sam's time in east London ended on Sunday afternoon as his side crashed 2-0 against former club Newcastle United. Eurosport...Show More Summary

How to Restructure the NY Giants Offensive Line After the Will Beatty Injury

Injuries. Is there a dirtier word that can be said to New York Giants fans? Not even the mention of heated NFC East division rivals seems to make Big Blue cringe more than the word “injury” and with good reason. The Giants have led the...Show More Summary

Meet the rich and powerful people who live on 'Billionaire Lane' in the Hamptons

Owning a big apartment in New York City is great, but having a mansion in the Hamptons is a privilege only the 1% of the 1% can enjoy. And there may be no more exclusive place to own an East End home than Southampton's Meadow Lane, which...Show More Summary

World’s Biggest Apple Store Coming to Dubai

Leave it to Apple to go big in a market just waiting for Apple to make a big move. With the Middle East developing an insatiable appetite for mobile devices, Apple has designs on opening what could be the biggest store in company history in the United Arab Emirates. According to The Khaleej Times, Apple […]

Looking Forward: Catching up on the Big East’s offseason

The Big East should once again be really competitive at the top of the conference.

Teacher Arrested After Deputies Find Meth Lab In Her Home

Authorities found a meth lab inside the North Carolina home of a 38-year-old elementary school teacher, Lori Whitley. Officers served a search warrant on her Zebulan home in the 100-block of Big Branch Court, about 24 miles east of Raleigh, North Carolina. Show More Summary

Brands That Ignore the New Heartland Ignore a Huge Growth Opportunity

Some 60% of US consumers call the New Heartland home. However, most brands have an East or West Coast-based mentality and end up missing big opportunities for growth. Read the full article at MarketingProfs

Big Issues: Secret Wars #2 pulls from Game Of Thrones to create a new Marvel landscape

Each week, Big Issues focuses on a newly released comic book of significance. This week it’s Secret Wars #2. Written by Jonathan Hickman (New Avengers, East Of West) with art by Esad Ribic (Thor: God Of Thunder, Uncanny X-Force) andShow More Summary

'Dungeon Hunter 5' Gets First Big Content Update with New Daily Events

Gameloft's latest entry in their long-running dungeon crawling series, Dungeon Hunter 5 [Free], has just gotten its first big content update. New levels in the Far East Xinkashi lands are available, with new loot to collect. If you're a fan of the Stronghold feature for multiplayer, you have 5 new rooms and 5 new traps

They're Remaking The Craft! And This Time It's Got A Little More Girl Power Behind It!

Here's some news that might make you light as a feather and stiff as a board! They're remaking The Craft! Witches have been big for the past few years — Salem, The Witches Of East End, American Horror Story: Coven — but they owe a lot to the 1996 classic. [ Photos: The Craft - Where Are They [...]

NHL Playoff Schedule 2015: Dates, Game Times for Conference Finals

How excited are you for the NHL conference finals? You should be pumped. In the East, one of the most exciting and highest-scoring teams in hockey faces a team that has continued to come up big in the clutch. Out West, two teams that have bulldozed their ways through this postseason finally meet in a clash of powerhouses. Strap in, folks. Show More Summary

Despite Move To Big Ten, Rutgers' Athletic Department Deficit Increases To $36 Million, Funded From Academics, Students

New York Times: At Rutgers, It's Books vs. Ballgames, by Joe Nocera: In the 1990s, yearning to join the elite, Rutgers became part of the Big East Conference. But, with the exception of women’s basketball, its overall athletic performance has generally remained mediocre. What’s more, the Rutgers athletic department has...

Jeb Bush lays it out: He's with George W. on Iraq

Jeb Bush is doubling down on his statement last week that "What you need to know is that who I listen to when I need advice on the Middle East is George W. Bush." Now, he's told Megan Kelly that there's no "big space" between himself and George W. Show More Summary

$2.1 Billion Spent & 9 Months In: How Goes the Air War Against ISIS?

Micah Zenko ISIS, Middle East Operation Inherent Revolve: A big success?  We recently passed the nine-month anniversary since the start of the U.S.-led air campaign, later named Operation Inherent Resolve, against the self-declared Islamic State (IS) in Iraq and Syria. Show More Summary

Law Student Gets Scholarship To Play Big East Ball

Imagine playing top-flight basketball during your 1L year.

Kehlani Signs To Atlantic Records

From the East Bay to the big leagues.

Dissecting Big Data: Trends In Video Consumption and Behavior

At the Streaming Media East show next week, we’ve got a session entitled “Dissecting Big Data: Trends In Video Consumption and Behavior” that will discuss how broadcasters, advertisers, and OTT providers are using video consumption data to provide the best end-to-end user experience. The discussion will center on identifying which devices are most popular, which […]

Peter Zaitsev hits the road for East Coast MySQL Meetup tour

Percona CEO Peter Zaitsev and Big Data guru Alexander Rubin will be speaking at Meetups along the East Coast next week with stops in Boston (May 11), New York City (May 12), Philadelphia (May 13) and Baltimore (May 14). Dubbed the “MySQL...Show More Summary

The Met Gala Is Up for a Major Traffic Jam

President Obama will be at an event in the Upper East Side at the same time as Anna Wintour's big party on Monday evening.

Eight Big Cases The Supreme Court Will Decide In The Next Two Months

Before the justices finish work this summer, they could gut much of the nation's civil rights law. They could cast many states' election law into chaos. They could inflame our relations in the Middle East. And they could sentence thousands...Show More Summary

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