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When you're dealing with a boxer who was, is, and will always be The Greatest, mere steel or stone just won't do. When crafting a temporary installation in tribute to Muhammad Ali, sculptor Michael Kalish went above and beyond the normal artistic mediums, choosing to hang 1,300 punching bags in careful arrangement to recreate the visage of the champion who floated like a butterfly and stung like a bee. It's an amazing match of subject and medium, and as rare as the Ali himself. Check it out for yourself in all three glorious dimensions
when it's unveiled at the Nokia Plaza on March 25th. Until then, you'll have to settle for video and stills at Kalish's project website, www.realizeali.com. (Fubiz)
We always love it when a wedding brings multiple cultures into one epic celebration (like this Florida garden wedding with traditional Albanian elements? ), so when Alison Events sent this one our way, we couldn’t wait to get it up on the blog. Rachel and Abhishek said “I do” with both an Indian Jain ceremony and a read
Adult life is full of things we are never taught how to do. At least with some of it — filing taxes, buying a house, losing those last 10 pounds — there are a few courses you can take. But, when it comes to the drinking life, we are left to good old trial and error. And, a lot of it ends up in the latter.
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