The fight for Mr. Redstone’s media empire will culminate in October, with lawsuits over his mental competence and his move to replace five Viacom directors.
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Perfume PosseSummer Rerun: Tom Ford Noir I hate to be posting another retread, but I am still in the middle of the remodel-from-hell (I mean it took 18 months to build the Empire State Building- how long should a kitchen, bath and hardwood floors take?) and… Continue Reading ? Perfume PosseSummer Rerun: Tom Ford Noir
Tinybop's new app illustrates high-rise engineering by showing, not telling. Recently, a lucky photographer got a once-in-a-lifetime shot: A bolt of lightning striking the Empire State Building. I happened to be with my godson at the time it happened, so I showed him the picture. His first question: Where did the lightning go? Read Full Story
On approaching the podium last night at the Democratic National Convention, Philadelphia-born Lee Daniels announced, “I’m here tonight because the next President of the United States invited me” — but the Empire co-creator, exec producer and director expressed that he’d initially felt concern that she didn’t know who he truly was — as in, that she didn’t […]
“I'm here because the next President of the United States invited me,” said Empire co-creator Lee Daniels today from the Philadelphia stage of the Democratic National Convention. “I was a little scared at first,” The Butler director added. Show More Summary
An event that reportedly happens an average of 23 times annually has been caught on camera in a dramatic video: lighting zapping the Empire State Building. The short clip— aptly titled “Boom!”-- has racked up over 1.2 million views on YouTube since it was first uploaded on Monday. Show More Summary
EW YORK (July 26, 2016) -- The 86th Floor Observation Deck of the Empire State Building, home to one of the most iconic views in the world, played host to the very first faceoff between Leo “El Terremoto” [...] The post LEO SANTA CRUZ & CARL FRAMPTON KICK OFF FIGHT WEEK WITH EMPIRE STATE BUILDING FACEOFF appeared first on Boxing News 24.
One of New York's most famous buildings is caught on video absorbing a spectacular lightning strike.
A novel and rare state of matter known as a quantum spin liquid has been empirically demonstrated in a monocrystal of the compound calcium-chromium oxide. According to conventional understanding, a quantum spin liquid should not be possible in this material. A theoretical explanation for these observations has now also been developed.
Girl: You’re on crack. Nobody’s just going to start calling the Empire State Building ‘ESB.’ Guy: If I do it often enough, it might start a trend. –Empire State Building
The Empire State Building played host to something on Monday which we usually only see in horror and science fiction shows. Lightning struck the landmark, and one lucky person happened to record it. The video likely brings to mind scenes such as the moment Frankenstein’s monster came to life, or the moment when lightning struck... Show More Summary
“Wasn’t me,” the pitcher wrote, channeling R. Kelly.
I don’t care how much lightning protection the Empire State Building has, I would not want to be in that building when it strikes. (...)
Kent H. Barnett (Georgia) & Christopher J. Walker (Ohio State), Chevron in the Circuit Courts: This Article presents findings from the most comprehensive empirical study to date on how the federal courts of appeals have applied Chevron deference — the doctrine under which courts defer to a federal agency’s reasonable...
Monday’s wild weather had people throughout the Northeast running for cover, but it also led to some great photos and videos. Henrik Moltke of The Intercept captured this footage of a lightning bolt striking the Empire State Building in New York City. Show More Summary
Monday evening's storm was pretty epic, if epic-ness is measured by lightning bolts per hour and decibel levels. [ more › ]
A lightning bolt and the Empire State Building. Here’s what it looks like when the two collide. Read more...
The weather is here! Around 5 p.m. this evening the skies darkened and New Yorkers desperately looked out their office window as lightning attempted to strike down landmarks like the Empire State Building. Nice try, lightning. [ more › ]