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John Fairhurst – Band on the Wall, Manchester – 27 Nov 2014

A rare northwest gig for John Fairhurst next week in Manchester. John Fairhurst truly epitomises the modern day wandering blues man. Stories of hunger, listlessness, roaming and reckless abandon are just a prelude to John’s story, something that can only be fully understood in the presence of the man. His magnetic raconteur style and guitar […]

John Wall Wins Duel Vs Kyrie Irving (VIDEO)

Wizards PG (and SLAM 184 cover man) John Wall had his way with Kyrie Irving in the Wizards’ 91-78 win on Friday, scoring 28 points with 6 rebounds, 7 assists, […] The post John Wall Wins Duel Vs Kyrie Irving (VIDEO) appeared first on SLAMonline.

NBA scores 2014: John Wall leads Wizards over Cavs and 3 other things we learned

Wall and the Wizards are among the East's elite and the Cavs aren't, plus three other things we learned Friday night. The Washington Wizards scored 11 points in the fourth quarter of a marquee game against the Cleveland Cavaliers. And they still won. Show More Summary

Cleveland Cavaliers vs. Washington Wizards: Postgame Grades and Analysis

John Wall scored 28 points and the Washington Wizards upended the Cleveland Cavaliers, 91-78, in a potential playoff preview at the Verizon Center on Friday night. The Wizards led by double figures for most of the second half, leading...Show More Summary

John Wall Shows Kyrie Irving He's Top PG in East and Other Friday NBA Takeaways

In August, Team USA opted to take Kyrie Irving to the FIBA World Cup instead of John Wall. After the Washington Wizards' 91-78 win against the Cleveland Cavaliers on Friday night, it appears the Kentucky product may not have forgotten...Show More Summary

Wizards vs. Cavaliers final score: 3 things we learned from Washington's confident win over LeBron

John Wall was exquisite, putting up 28 points to comfortably beat LeBron James and the Cavs, who didn't hit a field goal for the last nine minutes of the game. John Wall was sensational, putting up 28 points to go along with seven assists,...Show More Summary

There Is No Comparing John Wall and Kyrie Irving Anymore

Sometimes even the greatest NBA disputes are terminated in an instant, bringing an end to warring parallels that tirelessly hoarded headlines and dominated discussion and bar-stool bickering for years. Kyrie Irving and John Wall, long...Show More Summary

Awwsome

John Wall is having the time of his life—when he’s not busy breaking down opponents or wondering why he doesn’t get the proper credit for doing so. The post Awwsome appeared first on SLAMonline.

SLAM 184 is On Newsstands Soon!

John Wall has earned your respect. But he doesn't care if you give it to him or not. The post SLAM 184 is On Newsstands Soon! appeared first on SLAMonline.

Dallas Mavericks vs. Washington Wizards 11/19/14: Video Highlights and Recap

Two of the NBA's best early-season teams squared off on Wednesday night when the Dallas Mavericks took on the Washington Wizards. John Wall and the Wizards had won three straight games and seven of their first nine, but they faced a tough test from Dirk Nowitzki and the Mavs, who had ripped off wins in four straight and five of their last six. Show More Summary

So Metal: Intricate Sculptures Made of Nothing but Nails

Most people use nails just to hang art on the wall, but Maine-based sculptor John Bisbee collects thousands of them to craft incredibly intricate sculptures...

Art Students Erase Historic Graffiti Wall in Prague

4 days agoArts : Hyperallergic

The so-called John Lennon Wall in Prague, which, since its namesake's assassination in 1980, has been a popular destination for tourists, taggers, and street artists, was completely erased with white paint on Monday by an artist collective calling itself Prague Service.

Incredibly Diverse Metal Sculptures Made With Only 12-Inch Nails

last weekOdd : Laughing Squid

For nearly 30 years, Maine artist John Bisbee has been creating an astonishingly diverse body of sculpture work using a single building block: 12-inch nails. Bisbee has created everything from sprawling wall art to large-scale geometric forms and room-sized installations in which the nails have been forged and welded into complex structures. His mantra is […]

Washington Wizards' Supporting Cast Holding Up Its End of the Bargain

The Washington Wizards have one of the best starting lineups in the league when healthy, from John Wall to Marcin Gortat. But the real difference in their 6-2 start that included three separate back-to-back wins? Solid and efficientShow More Summary

Cisco CEO: Obama's Plan Will End High Speed Internet As We Know It (CSCO)

If internet companies can't make money on high speed internet, they aren't going to invest billions to build faster networks, Cisco CEO John Chambers warned when talking to Wall Street analysts on Wednesday. He was telling analysts that President Obama's plan for the internet would be bad news. Show More Summary

John Stossel on Democracy Delusions

last weekNews : Reason

When the Berlin Wall came down 25 years ago this week, people in the Soviet Bloc gained something even more valuable han a right to vote: a free market. Democracy is definitely better han taking orders from Communist dictators. But real...Show More Summary

The IRS Scandal, Day 551

Wall Street Journal: At Last, a Chance to Get to the Bottom of the IRS Mess, by Cleta Mitchell (Foley & Lardner, Washington, D.C.): The day after Republicans won solid majorities in the House and Senate, House Speaker John Boehner and Senate Majority Leader-to-be Mitch McConnell outlined priorities for the...

Pope Francis Honors Role of John Paul II in Bringing Down Berlin Wall

This morning after his usual prayer of the Angelus Pope Francis commemorated the 25th anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall, and made special mention of the role of his predecessor, Saint John Paul II. On November 9, 1989 the Berlin...Show More Summary

The Berlin Wall in The New Yorker

Construction of the Berlin Wall started on August 13, 1961. In October of the next year, The New Yorker published “Die Mauer” (“The Wall”), a Profile of the Berlin Wall, written by John Bainbridge. Bainbridge travelled to Berlin, walked along the Wall, and collected stories of East Berliners who had tried, with and without success, to escape. Show More Summary

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