To help celebrate the 65th anniversary of the iconic Desert Boot, Clarks has tapped Canadian accessories company Herschel Supply Co. to conceive a unique rendition of the shoe. Available in two colorways – navy or powder grey – the Desert Boots’ suede upper is complemented by tan tumbled leather on the tongue, a crepe sole and clean lines. When you add in Hershel Supply’s design know-how, the long-standing tradition of the Desert Boot remains not only intact, but gets uplifted.
HBO interviewer Max Kellerman’s post-fight interview with Manny Pacquiao, following the Filipino’s defeat against Floyd Mayweather. Pacquiao received some stern questioning by Kellerman after the bout, after he told the reporter he thought he’d won the fight. ‘You thought you won the fight? Why?’, Kellerman demands. Pacquiao looks a little flummoxed by the persistence of Kellerman’s questioning and despite the language barrier does his best to explain Continue reading…
“I think it’s a mark of how the club has moved forward that there’s such disappointment that we weren’t challenging this year,” Rodgers said. “Of course it’s been disappointing not to have had a challenge this year. I have absolutely no doubt it will happen.”
The manager added: “That’s something that I’m very hungry to do. And it’s something I won’t rest in my time here until we have.”
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By Mike Peacock LONDON (Reuters) – Always top of the data pile, this week will be no exception for the U.S. jobs report with a first interest rate rise likely this year despite a dramatic slowdown in the first quarter. The Federal Reserve has put in place a meeting-by-meeting approach on the timing of its first rate hike since June 2006, making such a decision solely dependent on incoming economic data. "They will need better data to justify a rate hike, and that need is pushing the timing of a policy change ever-deeper into 2015," said Tim Duy, a professor at the University of Oregon and a noted Fed watcher. You need the jobs and inflation data to turn sharply better to pull the Fed back to June." The Fed has kept rates near zero since late 2008.
By Mark McIntyre, CBS2 Meteorologist/Weather Producer
Rise and shine everybody! What we have ahead of us is one fantastic Sunday! Despite a cool start to the morning, we’ll warm up very nicely by the afternoon… 76 for NYC’s high, and some 80s inland. Overall it’ll be a perfect day to spend time outside doing absolutely anything!
Expect even more warmth as the week starts on Monday. Plentiful sunshine and a southwest flow will lead temps to a high of 82 in NYC and a few degrees warmer in NJ & Lower Hudson Valley. We do not advocate playing hooky from work or school…but Monday would be an ideal day! There will be more clouds Tuesday PM with a shower/storm chance, but we’ll still top out at 80 degrees.
Expect plenty of sun for the rest of the week with temperatures in the middle and upper 70s…which is not too shabby considering we should be at 67 this time of year. Certainly makes up for a cold & snowy winter!
Enjoy your Sunday!
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