Looks like there’s going to be a lot of proposals at this location in New York. Only the pictures above and below can really describe what this thing looks like but if you actually want more info click HERE. Now that’s a beautiful piece of art.
Not only did Wiz Khalifa’s album move 121,000 units in the first week, but he also got his own day in the city of Pittsburgh. Joined by Amber Rose in the video above, the mayor declares Wiz Khalifa day for promoting the city through his music. Accomplishment after accomplishment for this guy.
Talk about rubbing it in. Not only did the Miami Heat wipe out Boston from the Playoffs this year, but they also took Ray Allen from them. Now what do they get in return? A HUGE Powerade billboard in the city of Boston to remind them over and over again how great Lebron is. This is hilarious.
Most of us know that all newspapers are available on the street, but this man wasn’t so sure. He decided to climb up the New York Times Tower for a newspaper instead of getting it the regular way. The man was “emotionally disturbed” and was arrested before climbing to the top. Apparently only 2 men have made it all the way to the top without getting arrested, this must happen often. For the entire story and more from the police report click here.
I know we’ve heard this all a bunch of times already, but this time it seems like they’re serious. Seattle officials have said that an NBA team will be in Seattle by fall and the Kings are currently being discussed. This report surfaced today and for more detailed information click here.
“A wealthy San Francisco hedge-fund manager and officials in the Seattle mayor’s office have been working behind the scenes for eight months to bring an NBA team back to the city as early as next fall and build a new arena, according to emails and documents that reveal a far more concerted effort than previously known.
A Dec. 13 agenda for a meeting between the parties shows they were talking about details such as a “Review of Basic Deal Structure,” “Financing Issues,” including “City Debt Capacity,” and “Security for Public Financing.”
The documents, released Friday to The Seattle Times under a public-disclosure request, also provide the first glimpse of how the largely unknown hedge-fund manager, 44-year-old Seattle native Christopher Hansen, approached the city about his desire to buy an NBA team and build an arena south of Safeco Field.
In an initial email laying out his vision, Hansen told city officials an arena could be built with minimal impact on taxpayers.”_Source
Being that Mac Miller is one hell of a popular guy now and he’s from Pittsburgh, he probably knows a lot about the music scene in the city he’s from. In this next video Mac takes you through the different artists in his city and let’s us know what’s up. Both him and Wiz Khalifa are two very successful artists out of the PA.