Fashion designers have also benefited hugely from Nigeria's wedding boom. In previous years, wealthy brides would travel abroad to buy their wedding gowns but they are now turning to homegrown designers such as Mai Atafo and Ogugua Okonkwo of Style Temple. … [Read more...] about Inside Nigeria’s million dollar wedding industry
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"This is a moment I've been waiting for my entire career; this is my time," said Wilder. "Fury had his, when he beat Klitschko that was his window to do whatever he had to do. How he took up his responsibilities as a champion was up to him. But now it's my time. I've sat patiently, waiting. … [Read more...] about Deontay Wilder vs. Tyson Fury: Tempers flare at angry news conference
A Joshua fight would finally unify the division. First, comes Saturday night in front of Wilder's home crowd, although Fury insists home advantage will have little impact with Wilder not heralded in the same way as Mike Tyson and the past American heavyweight greats. … [Read more...] about Deontay Wilder vs. Tyson Fury: The fight for salvation for two heavyweights
The 20th century was when the doughnut as we know it really took off. Because they’re quick to make and travel well, doughnuts were distributed in the trenches during bothworld wars by Salvation Army volunteers known as Doughnut Dollies. The doughnut was a natural for the beginning of mass production in the 1920s, and survived the Depression thanks to its low price. It became a marker of the working class, like in the famous scene in 1934’s “It Happened One Night” when Clark Gable has to teach patrician Claudette Colbert how to properly dunk. … [Read more...] about Bay Area’s love affair with the great American doughnut shop
Jones admitted there were "certain things" that Fury "would have been better off not saying," but added: "All boxers want to be controversial. It gains publicity. But often what he says is twisted to be something unpleasant. … [Read more...] about Tyson Fury: Has boxing’s ‘Gypsy King’ been victimized because of heritage?