Ronnie Fieg x New Balance 850 “Brooklyn Bridge” Release Date

Continuing to show love to the Big Apple, Ronnie Fieg takes to the New Balance 850 to pay tribute to the Brooklyn Bridge with this upcoming colorway. Pieced together with a nubuck, pigskin, and leather construction, multiple shades of blue, white, and red round out the rest of the tribute’s premium palette. Drawing inspiration from […]

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Coffee Break: Le Pliage Neo Tote

Longchamp Le Pliage Neo ToteMaybe it is news to no one but me, but I haven’t seen the colored Longchamp bags with matching leather straps. (Last I remember noticing they still had brown straps widely available online.) I much prefer the more streamlined look, and I think the purple is a lovely, versatile color (but of course I do).  The pictured bag is $180 at Nordstrom. Longchamp Le Pliage Neo Tote

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Angelina Jolie Dishes On Married Life With Brad Pitt! Claims She’s Trying To Be A ‘Better Wife’ By Doing THIS!

Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt have been a power couple for YEARS — long before their recent nuptials!

So how does life change for two people with a family after they’ve officially tie the knot? According to Angie, things just keep getting better!

The gorgeous actress director stopped by the Today show on Tuesday to discuss post-wedding life, and explained how exchanging vows made her feel more secure in her relationship with Brad:

“It did change, in just a feeling of that security and comfort that we always had but recommitting after 10 years of being together. We were fortunate enough to be in that unusual situation where got married with our children, and they were part of the ceremony and they wrote some of the vows. So, it was all of us agreeing to be together and to just commit to this life together—not because we had to, not because anything was missing in our lives—but because we were absolutely sure. We felt that much of a family and it was that moment. It was really lovely. It was a lovely day.”

Basically, things were great before but now they’re AH-mazing! Love it!

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Additionally, Angelina has been trying to be more domestic for Brad, and wants to cook more. But it sounds like Brad doesn’t particularly like the sound of that, LOLz!

Angelina described:

“I think we have more moments where I’ll say, ‘I’m going to be a better wife. I’m going to cook.’ And he says, ‘Oh, honey. Just know what you’re good at. Know what you’re not.’ But I do this, ‘No, no, no! I’m gonna get this wife thing down.’ But he knows my limitations and where I’m a good wife and a good mom.”

Ha! Guess Miz Jolie isn’t perfect at everything after all!

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Finally, the 39-year-old described what working with Brad has been like, both before and after they were together. As Angie put it:

“It was actually great. The first film we did together [Mr. & Mrs. Smith], we weren’t’ together. And it was a comedy and it had a lot of action and it was really fun. Ten years on, we’ve learned a lot more about each other, and it’s a film about a very troubled marriage. So, it felt like the appropriate thing to do on our honeymoon. (Laughs) I think there’s also something to…there’s so many ideas of what art should be, and this kind of movie or that kind of movie, and we just wanted to be free. We wanted to be free. We wanted to play. We wanted to try things. We wanted to push each other. We wanted to be artists and see what we could make.”

Sounds like their marriage couldn’t be any more flawless!

But could we really expect anything less from Hollywood’s most incredible couple??? NOPE.

Watch the full interview (below)!

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Schmeelk: Melo’s Early Injuries Not A Good Sign For Knicks Long Term

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When the Knicks decided whether or not they wanted to sign Carmelo Anthony, hundreds of articles were written about whether or not he could be the best player on a championship team, if he was a team player, was a good enough defender or was worth the money he received. They were abstract issues everyone could logically disagree on.

One part of the equation that wasn’t discussed much at all was whether or not Anthony could continue at the level he was playing at as he turned 30 years old. This season he already has a knee issue that he has played through, and now back spasms have forced him out of a game.

Last season, his season ended with a labrum tear in his right shoulder. The year before, he had a partially torn labrum and rotator cuff in his left shoulder. On Christmas day the previous year he suffered a knee injury against the Lakers.

The disturbing part is that these injuries are now coming earlier in the season. Anthony is shooting 48 percent from the field, a great number, but he is averaging only 23.2 points per game, which would be his lowest total since 2008-09. He is averaging just 5.8 rebounds per game, which would be his lowest season total since 2005-06. His PER has dropped all the way to 22.17, two points lower than his numbers the last two seasons.

Is age already creeping up on Anthony? Or are some of those numbers the product of the triangle and his return to small forward?

This is not to say Anthony is playing poorly, or is in any way responsible for the Knicks’ awful record. He is not. He is doing everything he can, at least offensively, to win ball games. But there should be some lingering questions as to whether or not he can maintain this level play through the length of his contract. By the time the Knicks are ready to win an NBA championship, probably not until the 2016-2017 season, will Anthony be able to stay healthy and provide upper echelon player production? Anthony will have to play at that level if the Knicks want to win a title during his time here.

Heading into this season, Anthony had already played 29,000 minutes of regular season basketball and 790 games. He played another nearly full season of playoff games (66), which are often more intense and taxing on the body. For reference, Anthony has already played only 35 fewer regular season games than Allan Houston did before he had to retire. He has played only 40 fewer games than Stephon Marbury did. He has played only 18 games less than David Robinson did before he retired.

There is no science in figuring out when a player begins to have a drop in performance. Joe Johnson, though still an excellent player, took a step back at age 31 after a smaller dip at 29. Rip Hamilton fell apart at 31. Reggie Miller played at a high level until he turned 35. Glen Rice fell off a cliff at 32. Scottie Pippen began to decline at 33. Clyde Drexler made it to 34 playing well. Michael Jordan retired at the top of his game at 34. There is no way to know when Melo’s time will come.

It was encouraging when Anthony dropped weight in the offseason because I thought it would help him relieve some pressure on his legs and back, two things that can take a player out of his prime years quickly. Perhaps these two early injuries are just a blip on a radar, and Anthony will end up playing 78 games at his peak efficiency. Maybe he’ll do it each of the next four years, too. It is too early to worry. But it is not too early to wonder how much longer Knicks fans will be able to enjoy Anthony in his prime years before age and injury truly begin to take their toll.

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