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A Look Back at the 1996 Atlanta Olympics

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Atlanta is a beautiful,vibrant city with many things to offer. It is one of the top metropolitan cities in the entire United States and while it is not on par as far as being a major hub of the world with the likes of New York City or Los Angeles, but it is definitely on par with other major cities, like Boston or Miami. Atlanta is on the upswing, and has been for the better part of two and a half decades, however the city does not always get the respect it deserves.

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The Five Best Atlanta Braves Of All Time

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The Atlanta Braves, Georgia’s longest running professional team, is a storied organization with a ton of history and legendary players. From the sixties, to the Ted Turner Era, to becoming “America’s Team” on the Superstation, to The Bobby Cox era, Braves fans have experienced an amazing selection of baseball history.

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Sporting Events and Their Environmental Impact

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These are hard economic times and whatever effort is made to survive through the crisis is worth appreciating. One of these efforts relate to putting strategic plans to use environmental thinking on whatever is being done, to survive the hard economic times. A core area which until now had neglected its responsibilities of thinking about the environment has changed gears. Yes, we are talking about the major sporting events.

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4 Reasons The 2012 Dream Team would never Beat the 1992 Dream Team

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The Men’s olympic basketball team, dubbed The Dream Team since 1992, has won 4 of the last 5 Gold medals and dominated the competition for the better part of 20 years. It all began with the 1992 dream team, consisting of the likes of Jordan, Ewing, Pippen, Drexler, and Magic and Bird together at last. It was a huge national moment, one that may not be seen again for a long time. The team routed each country with an average winning score of over 40 points.

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The Fashion Industry Pays Tribute to Marvin Traub

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Fashion designers and retailers, not only in New York, but all over the world mourned the death of the iconic Marvin Traub. Known as a visionary retailer with an eye to scout young talented designers, Marvin S. Traub breathed his last at his New York home at the age of 87. Suffering from bladder cancer, Marvin continued working and was up and about till June. However, he could not fight the disease any longer and succumbed to it.

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Brave: I am Disney hear me Roar?

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The Disney Princess an interesting trope, a concept that is charming and endearing yet leaves many with much to be desired. The idea that a knight in shining armor is going to whisk you away and save you from all of the monsters and evils of the world (debt, jerks, and boredom for those of us in the real world) is as old as the spoken word.

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Charlie Sheen’s 50th Chance

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Charlie Sheen– not as an actor or entertainer– but as a cultural phenomenon, came and went last year like a supernova or a dying star. For a brief time it was awesome to watch, and many of us were amused and taken with this famous person going around with a briefcase full of cocaine and a hotel room full of hookers. He shouted nonsense things like how he had Tiger blood and Adonis DNA and how he was a total rock star from mars.

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4 Reasons Chris Brown and Drake Will Never Actually (Fight)

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Celebrity boxing promoter Damon Feldman has recently offered Chris Brown and Wheelchair Jimmy from Degrassi 1 million dollars a piece to have fisticuffs in the boxing ring. While the world clamors to see Chris Brown get punched (except for a few, horribly misguided fans who populate twitter and call themselves Team Breezy and rationalize Chris Brown’s tendency to beat up Caribbean women.) However, it is unlikely that Jimmy from Degrassi is the one to do it.

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