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Channing Tatum, Chris Brown & 10 More Hot Hollywood Guys Who Can Dance

With ‘Magic Mike XXL’ now in theaters and Channing Tatum steaming up the screen with his hot dance moves, HollywoodLife.com is remembering all the sexy guy who can dance in Hollywood. Prepare to swoon. It’s time to show off those moves, boys! Channing Tatum and his co-stars are bringing sexy back with their downright HOT moves in Magic Mike XXL, and the dance fest prompted us to recall some of the other sexy guy dancers in Hollywood. From Chris Brown to Justin Bieber, these guys have some serious moves! When we think of guys who can dance in Hollywood, Channing immediately comes to mind. He made our jaws drop with his epic moves in Step Up alongside wife Jenna Dewan-Tatum, but that was just the beginning. Magic Mike opened us up to a whole new side of Channing’s dancing. In Magic Mike, which was released in 2012, Channing’s character hit the strip club stage to show off his sexiest moves. From his hip-thrusting and grinding, Channing knows how to move. Honestly, we’re not sure how his body can move like that, but we’ll take it. Channing must have known we wanted seconds because the movie’s sequel, Magic Mike XXL, was released in July 2015. Channing and the gang upped the ante in the sequel. The scenes got hotter, and the moves got sexier. Joe Manganiello got his chance to shine in the epic mini-mart scene. He flaunted his hottest moves amidst Cheetos and bottled water. Only Joe could make us feel this type of way. ...  

Swimming: Cedar Grove Splash opens 2015 season

July 5, 2015    Last updated: Sunday, July 5, 2015, 8:23 AM Zach Gewelb/Staff Photographer Taylor Bennett, 10, swims in an event during the Cedar Grove swim team's first meet of the 2015 season Tuesday, June 30. The Cedar Grove swim team opened its summer season with a hard-fought loss against Springfield in a home meet at the Cedar Grove Pool Wednesday, June 30. The Splash fell 238-204 despite a strong overall performance. Despite the loss, head coach Maggie Coleman said she was very proud of her team's performance. "I was incredibly pleased overall," Coleman said. "There were a lot of pleasant surprises [tonight]." Coleman said one of the biggest surprises was the success of the team's 8-and-under swimmers. Participants in the age group placed first in five events and finished in the top three in eight of the nine 8-and-under events. Among the first-place winners in the age group were Lucas Coco (freestyle), Karl Burghardt (breaststroke, butterfly) and Elisabeth Rosiecki (butterfly). The foursome of Burghardt, Coco, Elisabeth Rosiecki, and Caroline Rosiecki won the freestyle relay, as well. "A lot of [the 8-and-under swimmers] haven't had much experience yet and it was above and beyond what I was expecting," Coleman said. "I was thrilled. They gave us everything they had and got over their nerves and they did an incredible job." Assistant coach Tom Curivan agr...  

Alexander von Humboldt: The man who made nature modern

His contemporaries considered Alexander von Humboldt the most famous man in the world after Napoleon, and Thomas Jefferson called him “one of the greatest ornaments of the age.” There are more plants, animals, minerals and places named after Humboldt than any other person. In California alone, a county, a bay, a college and a state park all bear his name. He is a founding father of environmentalism, a visionary who predicted man-made climate change as early as 1800.Yet Humboldt is almost forgotten in the English-speaking world. We see his name on maps, on the information cards at the zoo or in the newspaper — the Humboldt Current, the Humboldt penguin, Humboldt State, the Humboldt mountain range — but most Americans know little about the man. Born in 1769 into an aristocratic Prussian family in Berlin, Humboldt discarded a life of privilege and spent his substantial inheritance on a dangerous five-year exploration of Latin America.He ventured deep into the mysterious rain forests in Venezuela and paddled along crocodile-infested tropical rivers. He walked thousands of miles through the Andes, from Bogota, Colombia, to Lima, Peru — climbing volcanos along the way, including Chimborazo, then believed to be the highest mountain in the world.He was fascinated by scientific instruments and empirical data, but equally driven by a sense of wonder. At almost 20,000 feet and nauseated by altitude sickness, Humboldt measured the chemical components o...  

If Your Brand Wants A Cool Music Video, Call OK Go

As record and single sales continue to dwindle, artists of all sizes and at every point in their careers are forced to look elsewhere for revenue streams. The relationship between brands and bands is becoming more and more important to both parties, as musicians need the money and brands are looking for the cache they get by partnering with cool music makers with loyal followings. Few bands are mastering this relationship better than alternative rockers OK Go. The group was signed to major label EMI for several years, and during that time they broke out into the mainstream, charting several successful albums and releasing a few radio-friendly singles. After a while, the relationship went sour, and the two parted ways. The band is possibly known more for their incredibly creative and visually-stunning music videos than for their catchy tunes, and that’s worth quite a lot to brands. “It’s hard in music” said Tim Nordwind, the band’s bassist in a recent interview with Forbes. “Most people get their music for free these days, so I feel like we have to look to a bunch of different avenues to support the things that we do.” After winning a Grammy for their cheap, do-it-yourself-style video for their single “Here It Goes Again”, the band has become the go-to for any brand looking to make a badass viral clip in the music space. In the past several years, the group has partnered with everyone from State Farm State ...  

I ditched Spotify to use Apple Music - and I don't miss it

Lisa Eadicicco Apple changed the way the world bought and listened to music in 2003. While record labels were busy filing lawsuits against Napster, Apple had launched its iTunes Music Store, where listeners could buy and download music legally from the convenience of their own home. There was nothing quite like it at the time.  Now, about 12 years later, Apple is hoping to make a similar impact on the music world with its new streaming service. There's a big difference though — there are a number of services quite like it, and they've been offering their own options for years. Apple now has a hefty task ahead: convince people to switch from the services they've already been using for years that already know their musical tastes and preferences.  Apple's music service is surprisingly entertaining, captivating, and robust compared to some of its competitors, but it's also really overwhelming. Before we dive in, here's a quick overview of the pros and cons that stood out to me the most: Pros: Great music curation Can mix tunes from Apple Music's streaming library with the ones you already own when creating playlists Can use Siri to quickly launch songs Cons: Overwhelming Difficult to figure out little things (i.e. how to save songs offline, etc.) Can't follow friends like you can with Spotify Here's what I came away with after using Apple music since its launch. The basics and getting started Apple Music, like Spotify Premium and Google Play Music, costs $...  

Video: Borussia Dortmund take charity match way too seriously, win 17-0

Borussia Dortmund took on the mighty "Team Gold" at SignalIduna Park on Saturday in a pre-season charity match. While most teams would take the foot off the gas pedal during a charity game, Dortmund powered through their opposition, firing home 17 goals in the 70 minute match. Team Gold comprised of former German Olympians including former handball goalkeeper Silvio Heinevetter, beach volleyball Olympic winner Jonas Reckermann and ski-jumping legend Sven Hannawald. Former greats who are now reduced to getting humiliated by a professional football team in front of a stadium 41,200 people. On the bright side, the match did raise a whopping €250,000 for charity. Hat-tip to Bleacher Report Read more about: Bundesliga, Borussia Dortmund ...  

Android-Based BlackBerry Venice and Passport Smartphone Images Leak ...

New images of two Android-based BlackBerry smartphones have leaked. The 'Venice' will feature a slide out QWERTY keyboard and an unnamed device that appears to be the current Passport powered by Android instead of BB10.(Photo : @Evleaks) Images of two BlackBerry smartphones running Android have leaked. One of the devices appears to be based off of the current Passport, and the "Venice" will feature a quad-HD display and slide-out QWERTY keyboard. BlackBerry 10 was supposed to be the OS that would allow the former smartphone king to compete with Apple's iPhone and Google's Android handsets. The OS made its debut on the BlackBerry Z10 and Q10, which were released in 2013, but the new smartphones and OS never took off with consumers and developers. In an effort to appeal to both groups, BlackBerry added support to run Android applications with the release of BB10.2.1. Now, the company is taking things one step further and is rumored to launch two new smartphones that will drop BB10 for Android. We recently reported that BlackBerry is planning to release its first completely Android-based smartphone, and like previous devices, would include the company's iconic and much-loved physical QWERTY keyboard to the mix. The smartphone, which is codenamed Venice, is said to include a slide-out QWERTY keyboard and high-end specs that will allow it to compete with current flagship Android smartphones. It looks like we can expect two new BlackBerry smartphones that will run And...  

With Professors Like This It's No Wonder Science Journalism Is So Fair ...

Hmm. I wonder which of these credentials most impressed the interviewing panel when she was being vetted for the post of head of Science Journalism at Britain’s most prestigious media-training university. No, really. We all like to joke that the most important phrase you’ll ever learn on a media studies course is “And would you like fries with that?”. But the course at City University is renowned across the industry for producing some of Britain’s brightest and best journalistic talent. As it boasts on its site: Our success is measured in our graduates’ success. Last year 96 per cent of our MA graduates found employment within six months, joining a 5,000-strong alumni network worldwide. Our graduates are newspaper editors, broadcast anchors, magazine editors, and an increasing number work in digital roles as data journalists and online community managers. You learn from top practitioners in their fields, practise your craft in outstanding studios and newsrooms, and have opportunities for internships in a city which is one of the world’s media capitals. Presumably, as a departmental head, St Louis would be included in that category “top practitioner in their fields.” Well, obviously she must be. The course of which she is Programme Director – MA in Science Journalism – charges EU-member students £9,000 for the year and non-EU-member students £18,000. No respectable instit...  

Manchester United transfer news: Hugo Lloris 'still in talks to sign for Man ...

Manchester United remain in talks to sign Hugo Lloris (Picture: Getty) Manchester United remain in talks to sign Hugo Lloris from Tottenham as they plan for life after David De Gea, according to reports. The Red Devils are scouring the transfer market for goalie options with De Gea likely to seal a move to Real Madrid in the coming weeks. Asmir Begovic and Fernando Muslera are among the names being strongly linked, but after United reportedly opened talks with Tottenham ace Lloris, French outlet L’Equipe says negotiations between the pair are continuing. Lloris has apparently held a number of talks with United officials over a £25million move and while no bid has gone in yet, he looks to be their first choice once De Gea’s exit is confirmed. MORE: I want Man United! Forward close to joining Red Devils ...  

Hamas reopens office of Gaza's only mobile phone provider

Thomson ReutersPalestinian policemen loyal to Hamas stand guard outside closed Jawwal company headquarters in Gaza City GAZA (Reuters) - The Hamas-appointed attorney general in the Gaza Strip reopened the offices of the territory's only mobile phone provider on Sunday, five days after he ordered them closed over alleged non-payment of taxes. No reason was given for the decision, announced on the attorney-general's Facebook page, to lift the closure order. His office, contacted by Reuters, declined to comment. Jawwal is a subsidiary of the Palestine Telecommunications Co. (PalTel), the largest listed company in the Palestinian territories. Executives at PalTel had rejected the attorney general's accusations, saying all relevant taxes had been paid to the Palestinian Authority in the Israeli-occupied West Bank, where the company is registered and based. While the Palestinian Authority, led by President Mahmoud Abbas, is nominally in charge of Gaza and the West Bank, Hamas has controlled Gaza since 2007 and appoints some of its own officials, including the attorney general. Jawwal is the sole provider of mobile phone services in Gaza, with around 1.3 million clients. Service to subscribers was unaffected during the time the offices were closed. (Writing by Nidal Almughrabi; Editing by Jeffrey Heller) Read the original article on Reuters. Copyright 2015. Follow Reuters on Twitter. ...  


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