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The History and Progression of Streetwear: From Stussy to Supreme

Did you know that streetwear has been around for almost 40 years already? What was once a humble aesthetic has now substantially flourished into a soaring rank of fashion, organizing itself as a retail force that can’t be ignored. We can see how celebrities are continually selecting athleisure atop all else. Tracksuit bottoms are worn as if they’re jeans, turning streetwear into a much more than a trend or phase.
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Why Chemistry Is The Warriors Truest Weapon

So what is the Golden State Warriors truest weapon? Curry. Durant. Klay. Draymond. Boogie. Five all-stars in one starting set? How about at times they seem off, and at times they are on. And when they are on, they are downright scary? This is not their most pertinent weapon either. A healthy team. Clicking on all cylinders. Shots falling out of the sky from all distances, angles, and forms? Nope.
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The Spectator Mag: INSCMagazine’s New Urban-Themed Vertical Lifestyle Magazine!

Sneakers, Hoops, Lifestyle and Hip-Hop. Being hip is cool and being cool is hip, The Spectator Mag, INSCMagazine’s soon-to-launch, new urban-themed vertical will cover the latest and coolest in sneakers, hoops, lifestyle and hip hop. Whether it is Nike, Adidas, Puma’s newest line of athlesiure, Kendrick Lamar’s brilliance, the hottest babes to who is balling out on the NBA and college hardwood, SPEC will cover it in the same in-depth
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The Spectator – Does Daily Fantasy Sports Violate Federal PASPA Law?

Nevada is in a unique position to regulate DFS because it is the only state in the country that is authorized under federal law to regulate sports wagering in its casinos. Visitors to Nevada can place wagers on single games in every major sporting event, parlay wagers on multiple games, and proposition bets on individual performances in games (e.g., who will score the first touchdown in the Super Bowl). Given
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The Spectator: Has Eric Schneiderman Crossed A Fine Line?

New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman shocked the daily fantasy sports industry last week, hitting its two biggest operators with cease-and-desist letters demanding they immediately stop taking wagers from New York residents and deeming their businesses to be illegal gambling operations under state law. With Schneiderman's bold move made, it has forced DraftKings Inc. and FanDuel Inc. into the proverbial corner where they are now fighting to defend the legality of
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The Spectator: Paris Terror Attacks Show America’s Deep French Connection

As the old French proverb, “plus ca change, plus c’est la meme chose” is translated into the common phrase, the more things change, the more they stay the same. Sadly, it couldn’t have been more frighteningly accurate during ISIS terror attacks in Paris that killed 129 people and wounded another 150 Friday. In what was the worst terror attack in Western Europe since the Madrid railway bombing in 2004, ISIS claimed
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The Spectator: Starbucks Red Cups Controversy Overblown And Idiotic

Over the last 48 hours, can you take a guess about what has trended all over social media? It is not the pathetic unraveling of GOP wunderkind Ben Carson and his presidential campaign,  nor is it LSU’s stud running back Leonard Fournette and his family being under NCAA investigation over making a profit on his likeness. Heck, it ain’t even about the recent jobs and unemployment rate. It sure as