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    Thousands in Liverpool walk the runway to break a world record
    LiverpoolFeed-twFeed-fbThousands of people did their best Zoolander impression on a catwalk in Liverpool Saturday in an attempt to break a world record. The event, called Very Big Catwalk, invited models, celebrities and local community groups to take to the runway on the Liverpool waterfront, according to the Liverpool Echo. See also: Muslim girls design their own basketball uniforms, including velcro hijabs
    Very ambassador and member of The Saturdays Rochelle Humes opens the Very Big Catwalk.
    Image: Anna Gowthorpe/PA Wire/Associated Press
    The group effort broke the Guinness World Record for the most people modelling on a catwalk, Liverpool's mayor, Joe Anderson, confirmed on Twitter. The new record, 3,651, broke the previous record by more than 150 people. Read more...More about Fashion, Model, Liverpool, Watercooler, and Pics
    Brilliant photos capture Fourth of July fireworks from Empire State Building to Wrigley Field
    Ap_568376763007Feed-twFeed-fbFireworks displays burned brightly throughout the United States in celebration of Independence Day Saturday. The pyrotechnics lit up the night near the Empire State building in New York to the National Mall in Washington, D.C. Shows dazzled at Wrigley Field in Chicago after the Cubs beat the Miami Marlins and at the President William McKinley National Memorial in Ohio. See also: Fireworks warning video will make you rethink your Fourth of July Check out some of the spectacular explosions in the gallery, below. Have something to add to this story? Share it in the comments. Read more...More about Fourth Of July, Us World, and Pics
    Bernard Tomic dumped from Aussie tennis team after 'unacceptable' rant
    TomicFeed-twFeed-fbAfter a blistering tirade in which he attacked beloved Australian tennis star Pat Rafter, Bernard Tomic has been dumped from the Davis Cup team by Tennis Australia. In a 10-minute rant during a post-match press conference at Wimbledon on Friday, the 22-year-old accused the Australian tennis governing body of disrespect and mismanagement See also: The Internet is going wild for this Wimbledon spectator's epic hairdo He also went after retired tennis great Pat Rafter, Tennis Australia's new director of performance, saying he was incompetentAccording to the Herald Sun, Tomic said his dispute with Rafter had gotten so bad he was made to pay for things like court hire and balls. Read more...More about Tennis, Australia, Entertainment, Sports, and Bernard Tomic
    How to cancel your Apple Music subscription before your free trial is up
    Apple-music-7Feed-twFeed-fbThe new Apple Music streaming service comes with a three-month free trial as a way to entice users. Get them hooked early on and they'll be more likely to cough up money to subscribe to the platform Whether Apple Music isn't for you or you don't want to pay for the service after the three months are up, you can cancel the service right now and still use it for the duration of the trial period. Canceling your Apple Music subscription is easy to do, but here's a step-by-step guide to make the process even easier. See also: Apple Music review: Loud, fast and out of control

    How to cancel on iOS

    There's a user account avatar on the top left corner of every page of the new music app. Tap it, and you'll be brought to an account page Read more...More about Itunes, Apple, Ios, Music, and Tech
    Small plane crashes on California beach, spooking Fouth of July revelers
    PlaneFeed-twFeed-fbA small plane towing a banner crash landed on a Southern California beach that was packed with Fourth of July revelers on Saturday. The crash in Carlsbad sent screaming beachgoers scrambling. The pilot of the single engine plane that landed around 3 p.m. on the sand near the water was uninjured, but at least one bystander was transported to the hospital, according to a statement released by the city. The bystander was a teenager See also: 3 killed when small plane crashes into home near Boston — Cory Vaughn (@coryhvaughn) July 4, 2015
    BREAKING: Police told me teen hit by this banner plane that crashed on Carlsbad beach taken to Rady's. Minor injuries — Itica Milanes (@10NewsMilanes) July 4, 2015 Read more...
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    5 can't-miss apps: Pushbullet, Radar, 'Big Emoji Quiz' and more
    App-thumbFeed-twFeed-fbWith Apple finally launching its music streaming service and new leaks about the upcoming line of iPhones, you may have missed some of this week's best new apps. See also: Yoko Ono releases chess app with dogs as pieces Luckily, each weekend, we round up a few of our favorite new and updated apps. This week's list includes an emoji-based puzzle game, a new kind of contacts app and Pushbullet's biggest update yet. Check out the gallery, below, to see our top picks. If you're looking for more, take a look at our last roundup of can't-miss apps. Have something to add to this story? Share it in the comments. Read more...More about Gaming, Tech, Android Apps, Ios Apps, and Apps Software
    Muslim girls design their own basketball uniforms, including velcro hijabs
    LeadladyFeed-twFeed-fbFinding stylish conservative clothing is one thing, but finding modest athletic wear is nearly impossible After struggling to play sports in long skirts, a group of young Muslim girls on a community traveling basketball team in Minnesota designed their own uniforms to wear See also: Uniqlo's new line from Muslim fashion blogger shows modesty can be stylish Lady Warriors players encountered issues like tripping on skirts and stopping a game to fix a fallen hijab “The girls quickly learned that traditional dress and basketball don't mix well,” Thul, a volunteer research consultant to the program, told the Associated Press Read more...More about Fashion, Basketball, Sports, Lifestyle, and Muslim
    England beats Germany, taking third in Women's World Cup
    EnglandFeed-twFeed-fbEDMONTON, Alberta — Fara Williams scored on a penalty kick in the 108th minute, helping England beat Germany 1-0 on Saturday for third place in the Women's World Cup. It was England's first win in 21 meetings against Germany, and secured the team's best finish in its four World Cup appearances. The victory over the top-ranked Germans came after a gut-wrenching 2-1 semifinal loss to Japan that was decided on an own goal on Wednesday. See also: Women's World Cup final: How the USA can write itself a perfect ending Williams' goal was set up by a pass into the penalty area intended for Lianne Sanderson. As Sanderson turned to go after the ball, she was pulled down by Tabea Kemme. Read more...More about Women S World Cup, Entertainment, and Sports
    Where America's biggest religions stand on same-sex marriage
    42-74120645Feed-twFeed-fbThe Supreme Court's historical 5-4 ruling last week that made same-sex marriage the law of the land was celebrated as a giant victory for the LGBT community, which for years has pushed for the equal right to be married to someone who you love Now that the initial wave of celebration has died down, it’s clear that the decision to legalize same-sex marriage in all 50 states does not mark the end of the debate. For religious groups, the new law remains particularly controversial. See also: The most heartwarming reactions to same-sex marriage becoming legal across the U.S. Some religions openly celebrated the decision. Others, who believe that marriage should be between a man and a woman, have voiced their disapproval. Some are already trying to find loopholes around the law. Read more...More about Lgbt, Gay Rights, Same Sex Marriage, Supreme Court, and Us World
    Google FCC filing may point to next version of Google Glass
    Gls0987afFeed-twFeed-fbThe rise and fall of Google Glass from cool edge tech to bar room punchline may be about to take another turn A new set of Federal Communications Commission (FCC) documents filed by Google offers a peek at an upcoming device that is equipped with Bluetooth and Wi-Fi functionality, just like the first version of Google Glass See also: Tony Fadell’s task: Define Google Glass 2.0 The documents detailing the device, termed "GG1," doesn't go into great detail about what the device does, but tidbits of information, surfaced by Droid Life, point toward the possibility that it might just be the second version of Google Glass Read more...More about Google, Fcc, Wearable Tech, Tech, and Gadgets
    The Grateful Dead come out blazing in Chicago for 'Fare Thee Well' tour
    Gd50.thm_Feed-twFeed-fbCHICAGO — So that's how it's going to be, Trey? The Grateful Dead blew out a bombastic rock show Friday, the first of their three-night Soldier Field finale, and it was Trey Anastasio who lit the fuse. With aggressive attacks, blazing speed and attitude, the Phish guitarist led the band away from the breezy, mellow vibes of its warmup shows in Santa Clara, California — and they never looked back. SEE ALSO: Confessions of a Deadhead as the trip comes to an end But first, a bit of business: They opened with "Box of Rain," the wistful "American Beauty" anthem that was the last song the Grateful Dead ever played with Jerry Garcia, right here at this very spot, almost exactly 20 years ago. The band built gorgeous harmonies around Phil Lesh's vocals, put a little steam in the tempo and caused tears with the callback that ends with the lyric: "Such a long, long time to be gone; and a short time to be there." Read more...More about Music, Entertainment, The Grateful Dead, Fare Thee Well, and Gd50
    Patriotic floppy drives perform rousing rendition of 'Star-Spangled Banner'
    StarFeed-twFeed-fb These floppy drives aren't particularly gifted at hitting all the right notes, but no one can argue that they lack patriotism. Anand Jain, who created the video, has previously done covers of a other songs using floppy drives. He calls himself the "master of the magical instrument, the floppy drive." See also: 20 pets that won't let fireworks ruin their Fourth of July "A lot of work and care goes into each of my videos behind the scenes," Jain says on his crowdfunding page. "It's not just arranging, recording and editing work." His recording of Nicki Minaj's "Anaconda" is a great thing to have on hand when you need to rickroll someone. Read more...More about Fourth Of July, Watercooler, Videos, and Star Spangled Banner

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