Universal Hip Hop Museum planned for Harlem River leisure complex

Universal Hip Hop Museum planned for Harlem River leisure complex
A vacant plot located along the Harlem River waterfront in New York has been earmarked as the site for a major new residential and leisure development – including a home for the city’s first dedicated hip hop museum. The New York City Economic …
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Why the Grammys Are all About Hip Hop This Year
Come From Away — Ian Eisendrath, August Eriksmoen, David Hein, David Lai & Irene Sankoff, producers; David Hein & Irene Sankoff, composers/lyricists (Original Broadway Cast Recording) Dear Evan Hansen — Ben Platt, principal soloist; Alex Lacamoire …
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Police Shut Down Hip-Hop Show in Guangzhou After Fight Between Artists
A good ol’ fashion hip-hop battle broke out in Haizhu District last Friday night, November 24, as an argument between two well-known local musicians turned violent at SD Livehouse. Guangzhou rappers Chiken Pest and Whizzbiz carried their mutual distaste …
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Developing Requirements for Complex Electronics

Developing Requirements for Complex Electronics
This section is about developing the requirements for complex electronics, which is usually performed by the systems or electronics engineer. The associated assurance activities are described in the Assurance Process page. An assurance engineer, however …
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The 3 Best Stocks to Invest in Electronics Retailers
Consumer electronics retail is a brutal business. A number of once large and dominant companies have been lost to bankruptcy, including Circuit City and, more recently, RadioShack. Investors looking for exposure don’t have that many options, and the ones …
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IDTechEx Printed Electronics Europe 2013 Award Winners
The annual printed electronics award winners were announced at the IDTechEx Printed Electronics event this week in Berlin, Germany. The awards recognize outstanding progress in the development and commercialization of printed electronics, an industry that …
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Just Like Coffee, Your Startup Should be Rich, Deep, and Complex

cusineJust Like Coffee, Your Startup Should be Rich, Deep, and Complex
From beauty products, to gourmet food and drink, monthly subscription services are on the rise across the board. Why? It’s simple: people love the convenience of testing out new and expertly curated products in the comfort of their own homes. One of …
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Community Coffee becomes the official coffee of the New Orleans Saints, Pelicans
“Pairing the rich, smooth flavor of Community® Coffee with an organization steeped in the same tradition and heritage that we built our fourth-generation, family-owned business, just makes sense,” said David Belanger, President and CEO of Community …
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Bats wake up and smell the coffee
“One of the most hopeful findings was that shade-grown coffee plantations—in which arabica coffee is grown under a canopy of native tree species – had bat communities almost as rich as forest patches. They are serving as refuges for biodiversity in …
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Clemson approves construction of $62 million football complex, locker room

sportClemson approves construction of million football complex, locker room
“It will allow our operation to be in one place, which will be a great benefit to our student-athletes, coaches and football administration,” Swinney said. “This complex will be one of the best in the nation and will allow us to continue our pursuit to …
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Ohio State Football: This 2017 QB recruit’s love for Buckeyes has zero limits
I think it might be, particularly when it comes to prospective Buckeyes who are envisioning futures in Columbus as prosperous as how the 2014 season ended for the Bucks. Take Danny Clark, who’s a quarterback recruit in the Class of 2017, which means he …
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Alabama Football: 2015 Signee with the Best Chance to Start
But the offensive trends in college football over the last four or five years have meant that Alabama isn’t actually in its base look as much. Nick Saban estimates that Alabama is only in base 25 percent of the time and is otherwise in nickel or dime …
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