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Casper Smart is Dating New Chick Who Rivals J Lo

Casper Smart Dating New Chick & She’s a Handful!!! … J Lo Who? 11/23/2017 12:20 AM PST EXCLUSIVE Casper Smart‘s got a type — they’ve gotta be smart, talented and, of course, booty-full. Casper has been dating 30-year-old Paige Hathaway for the last couple of months. She’s a fitness model/entrepreneur who’s not only drop dead gorgeous, but also has a bod that rivals Casper’s ex, Jennifer Lopez.  Casper and J Lo called it quits in August 2016 after several years of dating, but clearly there was no need for pity tears. Casper and Paige — the creator of Fitin5 Challenge with 4 million Instagram followers — just flew to Miami together for one of his events where she was his plus one. They boarded Dave Grutman’s boat where we’...

NBA Players Getting Stuffed … Dig In!

NBA Players Getting Stuffed … Dig In! 11/23/2017 12:30 AM PST There’s no need to worry about who’s bringing the stuffing this Thanksgiving… chow down on these photos of NBA players dishing out some serious blocks.  Fowl!

David Cassidy’s Former Fort Lauderdale House For Rent

David Cassidy Rent My Cherish-ed Florida Home … Just $1,500/Night! 11/23/2017 12:40 AM PST EXCLUSIVE David Cassidy might be gone, but his old mansion in Florida is very much in business. Cassidy’s former waterfront home in Fort Lauderdale is currently for rent, with prices ranging from $1,200 to almost $2,000 a night depending on the season. Right now, it’s going for around $1,500/night  … winter comfort ain’t cheap, ya know? Folks wanting to crash in Cassidy’s old digs have to shell out for a minimum of 3 nights, but it might be worth it considering everything there. The 6-bed, 6-bath estate is adjacent to a private lake with a dock. It also comes with a pool and spa, an outdoor barbecue, a volleyball court and complimentary paddle boards and kayaks for...

Mayday Fills Barclays Center, Taking Fans Down a 20-Year-Long Memory Lane

A generation of fans waited in the rain on Saturday night (Nov. 18) for a chance to see the Taiwanese band Mayday take over the Barclays Center. While essentially unknowns in the greater American music market, Mayday has sold hundreds of millions of albums in the Chinese music market, and their Brooklyn show brought out these dedicated fans in droves. Filling out the arena, concertgoers sang along and shook bluetooth-controlled lightsticks that changed color in time with the music, as they reminisced about not only the group’s 20-year-long career, but also the ups and downs of life in general, in accordance with the thematic title of Mayday’s 20th anniversary Life tour. Based around the band’s most recent album, History of Tomorrow, or Autobiography in Mandarin, the quintet descended on Ne...

Palestinian Factions Call for Elections Before End of 2018

Palestinian factions meeting in Cairo called on President Mahmoud Abbas to hold legislative and presidential elections by the end of 2018 to cement a recent agreement to end a decade of splits that have hampered the bid for statehood. Representatives of 13 groups met over two days this week and endorsed an Egyptian-brokered reconciliation accord announced on Oct. 12. Under that deal, the Palestinian Authority, led by West Bank-based Abbas of Fatah, has taken over most government functions in the Gaza Strip, as well as its border crossings, from Hamas Islamists. A unity government is due to take full administrative control of Gaza by Dec. 1. Elections are a thorny issue for the Palestinians. The last legislative polls were held in 2006 and resulted in a surprise victory for Hamas, leading t...

This is why your car stereo sounds lousy

© CNET Be thankful for your car stereo. Can you imagine sitting in traffic without it, relegated to a silence that focuses your rage or tempts you to ill-advisedly play with your phone?  Research But car audio is a miracle in other ways, grappling with a very challenging listening environment. When you select a system while buying a new car or upgrade the system in your current car, you should be aware of the three major hurdles and some technologies that can solve for them. Compression The scourge of our age is the fact that most popular audio forms are highly compressed. We want it all, now, and in the least amount of space possible. That means MP3s, streams or satellite radio, all of which have had the life squashed out of them. You may not notice without and A/B comparison, but your su...

Are these real car colors?

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2018 Subaru Impreza vs. 2018 Subaru Crosstrek: Head to Head

Subaru’s Crosstrek subcompact crossover SUV and Impreza compact car are essentially fraternal twins. The Crosstrek is an Impreza hatchback that’s been ruggedized with a raised suspension, plastic body cladding, and a few other design tweaks, including unique wheels. The Crosstrek also has a beefed up locking center differential for towing and a standard six-speed manual transmission. The Impreza’s manual has five gears. Both cars are available with a continuously variable automatic transmission. The Impreza also comes in a sedan body style, while the Crosstrek is only available in the crossover/hatchback body style. Subaru completely redesigned the Impreza for the 2017 model year. The Crosstrek was fully redesigned in 2018, following in the footsteps of the Impreza on Subaru’s new Global P...

Amazon opens in Australia, and it’s prepared to bleed cash to ‘destroy’ rivals

© Provided by Business Insider Inc Amazon Australia soft-launched to “a small number” of customers at 2pm Thursday, with a full public launch next week expected to shake up the local retail industry. Based on its operations in other countries, Amazon will cop losses early on to establish its market presence, according to research firm IBISWorld, which says the web giant will significantly undercut local retailers. “The company intends to challenge domestic retail prices by offering items for 30% less than domestic retailers. This is expected to appeal to price-conscious Australian consumers, and is likely to affect local retailers that have found it difficult to adjust to a shift in consumer spending behavior over the past five years,” said IBISWorld senior industry...

Trump’s Mar-a-Lago Thanksgiving

President Donald Trump arrived in Florida Tuesday to celebrate his first Thanksgiving while in office, but he will spend it a little differently than past presidents — at his Mar-a-Lago residence surrounded by family and feast. The first family will celebrate much like the rest of America, with a Thanksgiving meal, according to the White House. But the Trump celebration is expected to be an opulent affair, held inside the member’s only club in glitzy Palm Beach, surrounded by gold embellishments and crystal chandeliers. Last Thanksgiving, the Trumps dined on a total of 24 dishes featuring everything from the holiday’s traditional fare, such as roasted turkey and pumpkin pie, to an extravagant chilled seafood display and chef-carved leg of lamb and grilled diver scallops, ...

Listen To Diane Coffee’s #TBT Mixtape, Featuring Songs From The Former Foxygen Drummer’s Favorite Eras: ’64 To ’16

Welcome to #TBT Mixtape, Billboard’s new series that showcases artists’ very own throwback-themed playlists exclusive to Billboard’s Spotify account. The curated set features the artists’ favorite tracks from their youth and childhood. This week’s spin comes from Diane Coffee. The former Foxygen drummer (born Shaun Fleming) just dropped his latest “7 PEEL, out Oct. 20 via Polyvinyl, the follow-up to to 2015’s striking Everybody’s A Good Dog LP (Western Vinyl). To fete his new single release, and a recently wrapped headlining fall tour that included stops at Long Beach, Calif.’s Music Tastes Good Festival (Sept. 30), Brooklyn’s Rough Trade (Nov. 8), and Philadelphia’s Boot & Saddle (Nov. 11), the multi-talented musician i...

Iran Sees Enemies Ganging Up as Israelis Talk Up Saudi Alliance

The shock and awe unleashed by Saudi Arabia’s crown prince has prompted concern in Iran, where speculation is mounting that the U.S. and Israel may unite with the kingdom to take the fight to its bitter regional rival. Like many analysts of the region, policy makers and commentators in Tehran say any common front is unlikely to amount to much. There have been few signs lately that either Riyadh or Washington has the capacity to formulate or implement the kind of strategic, coordinated polices that would be required to roll back Iranian influence in Syria and Iraq — where it aided governments in crushing Islamic State — Lebanon or even Yemen. Still, with U.S. President Donald Trump in the White House and a more aggressive Saudi foreign policy championed by Crown Prince Mohammed ...