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Freddie Gray Violent Protests: Reporter Assaulted, Robbed During Protesting Chaos [Video]

On Apr. 25, the city of Baltimore, MD was turned upside down after thousands of Freddie Gray protesters invaded the streets. The protest, which began as a peaceful march, but soon took a destructive, volatile turn. Unlike most organized...Show More Summary

Those Incomprehensible Youth Gay Codes

Boy inside elevator: Going up? Boy outside elevator: I’m going down. Boy inside elevator: Well, I’m in the elevator, and I’m going up. Boy outside elevator: Oh…fine, be that way. –Lafeyette Street Residence Guy #1: Dude, you still sleeping in the closet? Guy #2: Yeah. Guy #1: You got an air mattress or anything in […]

Robert Pattinson and FKA Twigs Take a Smiley Stroll - Is This Her Engagement Ring?

19 hours agoNews : CitizenSugar

Robert Pattinson and FKA Twigs had the look of love while grabbing ice cream together in LA on Friday, and we have the exclusive pictures! The couple, who got engaged earlier this month, held hands as they walked down the street before...Show More Summary

"At the End of Holderness Street" (A 10-Month Update on the Ashview Community Garden)

I returned to the former location of the Ashview Community Garden on the Atlanta BeltLine's Westside Trail yesterday for my every-other-month photo shoot (see The Atlanta BeltLine Is Shutting Down this Community Garden? You're Kidding, Right?). Show More Summary

Dr. Gridlock: Big change coming for Third Street Tunnel traffic

If you’re among the many thousands of drivers who commute into the District via the Third Street Tunnel on Interstate 395, pay attention to this one: The Second Street ramp from northbound I-395 to Massachusetts Avenue will go down to a single lane starting at 11:59 p.m. Saturday, May 2.Read full article >>

Famous Females Flock to Variety’s Power of Women Event

Kicking off the weekend a little early, a host of lovely ladies gathered at Cipriani 42nd Street for Variety’s 2015 Power of Women shindig on Friday afternoon (April 24). Glenn Close brought the house down with her heartfelt speech on...Show More Summary


A schoolgirl has won the right to use an iPod while sitting her exams - after claiming she can only concentrate while listening to her favourite music. The girl won the unprecedented concession after threatening legal action against her school and examination authorities. Show More Summary

The Wall Street regulators won

Deutsche Bank joins HSBC, Citigroup, UBS, Morgan Stanley and other big banks who have all made major moves to slim down and run leaner, simpler operations. In other words, the Wall Street regulators won. Post-crisis regulation like the...Show More Summary

Despite Predictions, Business is Down on K Street

Some K-Street watchers predicted that the first quarter of 2015 would mark a return to boom times for lobbyists, what with a new GOP- dominated Congress digging in to legislation. But success for some of the top firms does not appear to have translated into a pickup overall. Once again, the first quarter of the…

I waited in line all night to buy the Apple Watch I didn’t want from a French clothing store

Paris is a gorgeous city by day or by night, though you’re not likely to focus on its genuine beauty if you’re rushing down a familiar street for reasons that have nothing to do with sightseeing. But that’s what I did last night. Ignoring...Show More Summary

Woman falls down 8-foot sinkhole outside London cafe

2 days agoNews : NY Daily News

A woman was injured after she plunged 8 feet down a sinkhole that opened up on the sidewalk of a busy London street.

MoMA store may exit SoHo because the rent is too damn high

Rising rents in SoHo may take down another longtime tenant. The space where the Museum of Modern Art Design Store is located at 81 Spring St., on the corner of Crosby Street, is on the market. The... To view the full story, click the title link.

Crackdown On Funeral Strippers

Yes, there is such a thing, and China is cracking down on it. Chinese families often hire strippers to dance graveside at funerals. And now the Chinese government wants that to stop. The Wall Street Journal‘s China Real Time blog reported Thursday that the country’s Ministry of Culture will “work closely with the police to [...]

LabCorp Wants To Skip Doctors, Sell Blood Tests Direct To Consumers

When your doctor wants to find out more about what’s going on inside your body, she orders lab tests, sending you down the street or down the hall to have someone extract your bodily fluids and perform tests on them. Laboratory Corp. of America, known on your medical bills as LabCorp, thinks that Americans want to order these tests themselves … [More]

‘Something Rotten!’ Review: A Musical Comedy Creampuff Set In Shakespeare’s Era

Facing competition from that red hot up-and-comer down the street, one Will Shakespeare, the Bottom brothers have to come up with a new hit or see their troupe out on the streets. The amusing result is Something Rotten!, a creampuff-light...Show More Summary

Let's Make Some Mistakes Today

Back when I worked at Twitter, shortly after we moved into our old office on Folsom Street late in 2009, someone hung this Mike Monteiro print up near the exec's offices: Yes, this was intentionally hung upside down. It was playful and fun, a symbol of the humble, startup-y, "can do" nature of the company's culture circa 2010. Show More Summary

LIVE! Microsoft reports earnings (MSFT)

Microsoft is just about to report earnings and we're covering it live. According to Yahoo Finance, Wall Street analysts expect: $21.06 billion in revenue (up 3% over the year-ago quarter) $0.51 earnings per share (down from $0.68 inShow More Summary

Despite earnings beats, expectations dim for later quarters

By Caroline Valetkevitch NEW YORK (Reuters) - Most U.S. companies so far this earnings season have managed to beat Wall Street profit forecasts despite weak sales, but investors hoping corporate headwinds have died down may need to temper their enthusiasm. Show More Summary

Facebook Slips Despite Target Increases; Street Cheers “Explosion’ of Video

Shares of Facebook (FB) are down 76 cents, or 0.8%, at $83.87, continuing last night’s losses in the after-hours session, after the company missed Q1 revenue estimates, citing foreign exchange headwinds, and said currency would have an even bigger impact this quarter. During a conference call following the report, CEO and founder Mark Zuckerberg told analysts that [...]

REPORT: Europe could be about to crack down on internet companies with the creation of a new regulator

The EU is considering setting up a new regulator tasked with overseeing internet companies in Europe, the Wall Street Journal reports. Multiple companies are named as potential subjects for "supervision" in an internal policy document seen by the Wall Street Journal, with the majority of them US companies. Show More Summary

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