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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)
There are plenty of reasons to eat more meat-free meals: They’re nearly always cheaper, lower in calories, and better for the environment. It’s easy to get enough protein without eating animals, but the doubters often have another concern: Are these meat-free protein sources complete?
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Until now, online shoppers have had to defer to department stores like JCPenney for their Joe Fresh fix. Or, physically go to one of its brick-and-mortar stores to test out the wares. But, that's all about to change now that the Canadian fast-fashion source launched e-commerce on its website this week.
Though Joe Fresh read