The rise of the 0.5 selfie

By Kalley Huang, The New York Times Company Julia Herzig, a 22-year-old from Larchmont, New York, has “an obsession.” It’s with taking a new kind of selfie — one that doesn’t exactly conform. In some of these selfies, Herzig’s forehead bulges across half of the frame. Her eyes are half disks, peering up at something… Continue reading The rise of the 0.5 selfie

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Leave the fireworks displays to the pros, Denver-area officials say

This Fourth of July, Coloradans should think twice about firing off bottle rockets and mortars, as many cities and counties throughout the state have fire restrictions in effect or other regulations that prohibit personal firework usage. Injuring thousands in the United States and starting upwards of 19,500 fires each year, fireworks pose a safety threat,… Continue reading Leave the fireworks displays to the pros, Denver-area officials say

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Bob Raissman: Stephen A. Smith takes aim at Leon Rose, says Knicks prez ‘hiding like a thief’

Even Kevin Durant’s bombshell request to be shipped out of Brooklyn, couldn’t provide media cover for the New York Knickerbockers nor save team suits from the wrath of Stephen A. Smith. Smith’s ESPN (NBA Today) analysis of Durant’s Thursday move should have sucked all the oxygen out of his Rage Cage, but SAS, recuperating from… Continue reading Bob Raissman: Stephen A. Smith takes aim at Leon Rose, says Knicks prez ‘hiding like a thief’

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7/2/2022: Rainy start to long weekend, but clear skies ahead

ALBANY, N.Y. (NEWS10) – Showers will persist throughout the morning hours. By midday, most of us will have cleared out. The exception will be south and east of Albany. Especially for those in Columbia and Berkshire Counties, a few thunderstorms could develop between 12 and 3 pm. They have the potential to be strong to… Continue reading 7/2/2022: Rainy start to long weekend, but clear skies ahead

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Bob Raissman: Stephen A. Smith takes aim at Leon Rose, says Knicks prez ‘hiding like a thief’

Even Kevin Durant’s bombshell request to be shipped out of Brooklyn, couldn’t provide media cover for the New York Knickerbockers nor save team suits from the wrath of Stephen A. Smith. Smith’s ESPN (NBA Today) analysis of Durant’s Thursday move should have sucked all the oxygen out of his Rage Cage, but SAS, recuperating from… Continue reading Bob Raissman: Stephen A. Smith takes aim at Leon Rose, says Knicks prez ‘hiding like a thief’

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Inside Nuggets’ free agent agenda: Explaining deals for DeAndre Jordan, Bruce Brown

Sometimes, order colors perception. When free agency opened Thursday afternoon, within moments Denver’s two-time reigning MVP Nikola Jokic had verbally agreed to a five-year supermax extension worth in excess of $264 million. The largest contract in NBA history will keep Jokic in Denver until, at least, the 2027-2028 season. That news, ensuring a competitive future… Continue reading Inside Nuggets’ free agent agenda: Explaining deals for DeAndre Jordan, Bruce Brown

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Ira Winderman: Should Heat, NBA be wary of pick packaging? And how much is too much? (Blame it on Herschel Walker)

The notion of “trading a draft” dates back to a moment either of infamy or genius on Oct. 12, 1989, depending on where the focus of the deal rests. And, no, for all the NBA’s wheeling and dealing, including Danny Ainge’s fleecing of the Brooklyn Nets for four first-round picks with the Boston Celtics’ trade… Continue reading Ira Winderman: Should Heat, NBA be wary of pick packaging? And how much is too much? (Blame it on Herschel Walker)

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Ravens Q&A: OLB Daelin Hayes on learning from a frustrating rookie season, reuniting with Kyle Hamilton, the importance of community service and more

Ravens second-year outside linebacker Daelin Hayes calls himself a man of action. Whether in the community or on the football field, he’s determined to make his presence felt. That’s why his rookie season in 2021 was so frustrating. From an ankle injury to a knee procedure, Hayes appeared in one game against the Detroit Lions,… Continue reading Ravens Q&A: OLB Daelin Hayes on learning from a frustrating rookie season, reuniting with Kyle Hamilton, the importance of community service and more

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Ira Winderman: Should Heat, NBA be wary of pick packaging? And how much is too much? (Blame it on Herschel Walker)

The notion of “trading a draft” dates back to a moment either of infamy or genius on Oct. 12, 1989, depending on where the focus of the deal rests. And, no, for all the NBA’s wheeling and dealing, including Danny Ainge’s fleecing of the Brooklyn Nets for four first-round picks with the Boston Celtics’ trade… Continue reading Ira Winderman: Should Heat, NBA be wary of pick packaging? And how much is too much? (Blame it on Herschel Walker)

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