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Cavs Hang on, Go Up, 2-1

Cleveland Cavaliers

4 Luxury Hotel Brand CEOs on What Their High Net-Worth Clients Really Want

We recently released our second e-book about the Future of the Guest Experience — an unprecedented collection of 28 interviews with the CEOs of …

Police Officer Sues Starbucks for Coffee Burns

A Raleigh police officer is suing Starbucks for over $10,000 after hot coffee spilled on his lap. reports that Lieutenant Matthew Kohr says the lid popped off and "the cup folded in on itself," causing him third degree burns. It gets worse: "Kohr claims his injuries aggravated his Crohn's …

Michelle Obama Takes a Spring Styling Trick from the Runway to Reality

The statement belt is having a moment: It appeared on the spring runways at Alexander Wang, Creatures of the Wind, and Tome, and earlier today <b>First Lady Michelle Obama</b> reinforced its importance, slipping on the waist-cinching accessory by Roksanda with her printed Kenzo frock as she stepped onto …

Michelle Obama

Best of Late Night TV: Leprechaun Will Ferrell Sings 'Danny Boy,' Jennifer Garner Gets Pie Smashed in Face

<i>If you're like us and value your sleep, you probably nodded off into your Ambien dreamland before the party started on post-prime time TV. Don't worry; we've got you covered. Here's the best of what happened last night on late night.</i><p>It was St. Patrick's Day Tuesday night, so the late night talk …

Will Ferrell

Memory in the Flesh: Can memories survive outside the brain?

Memory in the fleshA radical 1950s scientist suggested memories could survive outside the brain — and he may have been right<p>By Arielle Duhaime-Ross<p><b>The bomb was the</b> size of a shoebox. The brown paper packaging that enveloped it was standard for US mail at the time, and its contents provided no …

The Brain