Archive for July, 2014

How about a sundae?! Sunday is National Ice Cream Day!

In 1984, President Ronald Reagan declared the third Sunday of July to be National Ice Cream Day, according to the International Dairy Foods Association. He called for the people to observe the event with “appropriate ceremonies and activities.” This

The result is a spectacle worthy of National Ice Cream Day and one that these runners – ranging in age from infant to elderly – embraced enthusiastically with spoons, chocolate syrup and whipped cream. When it was all said and done, Eric Arnold had 

In 1984, Congress passed a resolution making July National Ice Cream Month and, specifically the third “sundae” of the month as National Ice Cream Day. At the time it was created, ten percent of all milk produced in the 

It's National Ice Cream Day, and vendors at Brooklyn Flea, which has served as the hub of specialty ice creams throughout the weekend, are offering the "Creme de la Creme." NY1's Tara Lynn Wagner filed the following report 

In 1984, Congress passed a resolution making July National Ice Cream Month and, specifically the third “sundae” of the month as National Ice Cream Day. At the time it was created, ten percent of all milk produced in the 

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Posted by - July 24, 2014 at 2:52 am

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Michael Sam on Tony Dungy: 'Thank God he wasn't the St. Louis Rams coach'

On last night's show, Keith Olbermann took Tony Dungy to task for his comments that he "wouldn't have taken" Michael Sam because he "wouldn't want to deal with" the accompanying distractions. The great thing about this clip, which starts at the two

Updated with Dungy statement at 1:30 p.m.. Michael Sam may not be a distraction this week at the St. Louis Rams training camp, but the same cannot be said about Tony Dungy. The former coach of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and Indianapolis Colts found 

Tony Dungy has released a statement on his comments that he wouldn't draft Michael Sam. And wouldn't you know it, we're all really to blame.

Updated with Dungy statement at 1:30 p.m.. Michael Sam may not be a distraction this week at the St. Louis Rams training camp, but the same cannot be said about Tony Dungy. The former coach of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and Indianapolis Colts found 

Tony Dungy has released a statement on his comments that he wouldn't draft Michael Sam. And wouldn't you know it, we're all really to blame.

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Eric Garner, who died after NYPD chokehold, to be laid to rest

As CBS 2's Lou Young reported, 43-year-old Eric Garner died last Thursday after an arrest in which he was put in a choke hold by an officer. Officials said Sunday that two EMTs and two paramedics were placed on “modified 

The F.B.I. is now actively monitoring the circumstances surrounding the death of 43-year-old Eric Garner, The Wire has learned. Garner died Thursday after New York City police tried to arrest him for selling individual cigarettes, something that is

News of the fatal police encounter that led to Eric Garner's death went viral with help of a video recording. That video was taken by Ramsey Orta, a Staten Island man and friend of Garner's. In a brand new interview, Orta says he and Garner were

Tears flowed freely Wednesday as friends and family attended a wake and funeral for Eric Garner, the Staten Island father who died on the street after an NYPD cop put him in an illegal chokehold. Friends began arriving at the Bethel Baptist Church in 

The Staten Island Public Defender's Office says Eric Garner, the man who died in police custody last week, felt harassed by police.

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Howard Stern Interviews Dan Bilzerian

If this person is 7 years old, they should be drawing the next Mona Lisa, not Dan Bilzerian banging prostitutes on his yacht. But then again, what do I know about art? People said Picasso wouldn't amount to anything either.

Say what you will about Dan Bilzerian, the professional gambler and venture capitalist whose Instagram account–which features countless shots of the Bilzerianaire celebrating the perks of his wealth in the easily-photographed form of fancy cars, fancy

When Bilzerian makes his appearance with Stern, it ought to be something to look forward to since the radio host is known for having scandalous conversations with his clients. Bilzerian became an Internet sensation with his salacious images that

You probably know about the Brabus Mercedes G63 6×6 recently delivered to the poker-playing millionaire Dan Bilzerian, as the social media has been awash with news of it. Now Brabus has released pictures of this 6×6 which boasts an exclusive interior.

Dan Bilzerian net worth: Dan Bilzerian is an American venture capitalist, actor and gambler who has a net worth of $100 million. Dan Bilzerian was born in Tampa Bay, Florida, and joined the Navy in 1999. He went on to undergo SEAL training 

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Posted by - July 23, 2014 at 11:07 pm

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SummerSlam Must Be a Home Run for WWE Network's Long-Term Success

Pro wrestler Randy Orton, who plays a heel in the WWE, might be taking his act to the streets. In the ring, Orton is the kind of guy who views himself as the center of the universe, the face of the company. He's the type of guy who would cock an

Will he be remembered in wrestling folklore as the ballsy performer who walked out on WWE the day after this year's Royal Rumble, went on strike for the remainder of his contract, saw no legal repercussions for his actions and will now forever be free

Get complete WWE Battleground 2014 results, exclusive photos and backstage interviews from WWE.com.

Less than two weeks after LeBron James announced he'd be leaving the Miami Heat for the Cleveland Cavaliers, the WWE Monday Night Raw took a visit to the Heat's home, American Airlines Arena in Miami. There was 

Jim Ross had a tumultuous relationship with WWE for years. The company thought he was too old and unphotogenic for TV, but they couldn't find a replacement even a 10th as good as him, so he was brought back then sent home again more times than a 

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