Well we are about to get knee deep in the second round of the NBA Playoffs, so why not take a trip down the road to revisit yesterday? Here are the top ten dunks of round 1.
These Days, Every State is Kentucky
There’s a happy ending to the story that started with the utter lunacy of Prohibition. That ill-advised experiment was repealed in 1933, but the squeeze it put on local whiskey markets lasted for decades. Right up until this decade, pretty much, when enough states—everywhere from New York to Wisconsin to Oregon— eased up on the liquor laws enough to spark a new whiskey-making renaissance. Which is good for you (more choices) and good for stalwarts like Jack, Johnnie, and Jim (more of a reason to up their game). All told, there are at least twice as many whiskey distilleries in the United States today as there were just three years ago. The result: more tasty hooch than you’ll ever have time to swill— not just bourbons, but ryes and American single malts. Bars that don’t even bother with clear spirits. Restaurants with whiskey lists instead of wine pairings. All you need’s a tumbler, and we can recommend one of those, too. But first, here’s the…
Remember Rihanna’s 777 Tour? You know 7 shows in 7 days in 7 countries. Well here is the documentary in case you missed it the other night.
Not often do we get to see rappers breaking down each other’s rhymes. So it is a treat to see a lyrical beast such as Talib Kweli deciphering a Jay-Z lyric.
Part 1 of J. Cole’s Bornsinner.com series; a conceptual digital platform created by the Dreamville collective. The first installment documents the day J.Cole retired his mother Kay Cole from her job at the United States Postal Service.
The site will feature unique, personally curated content each week leading up to the release of his highly anticipated sophomore album Born Sinner on June 25th.
Be sure to check back at http://bornsinner.com for more Born Sinner stories.