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Dad dons booty shorts to teach his rebel daughter a lesson

Retail New York Post

Her Daisy Dukes didn’t pass the dad test. A Florida father sought to teach his daughter a lesson about revealing outfits when he sported barely there short shorts, shaming her for her new outfit purchase. Jason Hilley shared a video of himself
'Her Daisy Dukes didn’t pass the dad test. A Florida father sought to teach his daughter a lesson about revealing outfits when he sported barely there short shorts, shaming her for her new outfit purchase. Jason Hilley shared a video of himself marching into his daughter’s room, his shorts rolled up to reveal a mass..'

303 Street Style – Denver Pridefest 2019

Retail 303 Magazine

The most colorful weekend in Denver did not disappoint when it came to the style on the streets. Denver held its Annual PrideFest this weekend and Civic Center Park had events happening all of Saturday and Sunday, from a 5k run to the Coors Light
'The most colorful weekend in Denver did not disappoint when it came to the style on the streets. Denver held its Annual PrideFest this weekend and Civic Center Park had events happening all of Saturday and Sunday, from a 5k run to the Coors Light Pride Parade.  T he streets flooding with bright clothing, glitter and rainbows were nothing less than vibrant. Though everyone looked fabulous head to toe, here are some of our favorite looks from this year’s Denver PrideFest. Saturday, June 15 Ariana Tyler looked super in her ‘Hero’ graphic tee and light pink tulle skirt. Sammi Austin paired their rainbow shirt with denim shorts, and of course, a ‘Make America Gay Again’ red baseball cap to complete the look. Calder Goodlay came to Swagger’s Pride Block Party dressed to impress with his ‘hand’ painted suit and patchwork face paint. Madalyn Cross is if Zeon girl of the 21st century went to Pride in space and we are here for it. She paired a pink holographic circle skirt with a light green mesh rainbow bodysuit, pink platform jelly shoes, and a bright pink wig to tie it together. Noah Payne was living his best life at Pride as he paired his extravagant carnival-inspired rainbow headpiece with a pride muscle tank, denim rainbow shorts, and rainbow-striped calf socks. Tina Briley was serving us a luxurious flower child look with bright floral print maxi button-up dress paired with a classic Louie Vuitton belt. Jacob Marley pulled this all-black look off with a baker’s boy hat, black mesh tank, black cut-off shorts, lace thigh high socks and a pair of black 10-inch heels. It was all about glitz and glam for Jessica Zamurut and Julianna Ridgeway. Zamurut was wearing a simple black bodysuit underneath a sequined see-through dress, and black semi-platform sandals. Ridgeway was wearing a pink sequined two-piece set. Dee Nelson was wearing dark purple velvet bell bottoms, a black and silver sequined top, rainbow fringe statement earrings and a massive rainbow fan for cool themselves down after just killing it on the runway Sunday, June 16 Rebecca Blood was wearing a rainbow fringe jacket, handpainted denim shorts, a clear rainbow fanny pack, and silver slip-on mules. Liz Blood was pairing a ‘give a damn’ graphic tee, black cut off shorts, rainbow suspenders and a pair of bright Chacos. Elliss Ulyett and L.J. were a couple of Parade marchers dancing their way through Pride. Ulyett was the rhinestone cowgirl of everyone’s dreams in this red two-piece set and black matte Stetson. L.J. paired a dark purple dress with light purple tights and rainbow leg warmers. These men from 1906 New Highs were nothing less than radiant in these rompers. Brando Zelasko (left) was in a light blue floral set, Kerry Liles (middle) was in a dark blue smaller floral pattern set, and Jim Freeland (right) was in a royal blue tropical print set. Kayley Bulthrine, with Zillowgroup, was wearing a beautiful set of all white butterfly wings pairing them with a white tank top, rainbow tutu and rainbow wristband. Jessica Jackson accessorized this look by adding rainbow suspenders, rainbow knee high socks, rainbow bandana and to finish the look a giant rainbow snake as a scarf around the neck. Ryan Schoeber was wearing a two-piece holographic cropped jogger set. Salvador Muñoz was in a Honda racer bodysuit pairing it with black fishnet tights, white ankle boots, a bright orange fanny pack and gold chains around the neck. Aryanna Macias paired a long rainbow petticoat with a rainbow crop top. Olivia Barry paired a black rainbow sequined crop top with a denim skirt and a brighter sequined overlay. To finish the look she paired everything off with glitter Doc Martins. The Tyson Family came to Pride feeling and looking magical. Jenny wore a unicorn headpiece with a white rainbow-trimmed tank top, denim shorts, and black fishnets. Darcie wore a light pink tank top with a mid-length rainbow tutu and knee-high colorful geometric pattern socks. Johnson paired a long sleeve button up underneath a black corset with a long full rainbow tutu and bright red metallic boots. All Photography by Annelise Blackwood'

Police investigating bomb threat at Bridgeton Walmart store

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Please enable Javascript to watch this video BRIDGETON, MO – The Bridgeton Walmart has now reopened after a bomb scare Sunday afternoon.  The Bridgeton Police Department is investigating the incident that occurred around 4 pm. Were told the all
'Please enable Javascript to watch this video BRIDGETON, MO – The Bridgeton Walmart has now reopened after a bomb scare Sunday afternoon.  The Bridgeton Police Department is investigating the incident that occurred around 4 pm. Were told the all clear was given after 45 minutes. Fox 2/news 11`s Michelle Madaras was at the scene and has the reaction from customers. \t\t\t38.766995 \t\t\t-90.411506'

Finding Minnesota: Behind The Scenes Of Brickmania

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When he was 4 years old, Dan Siskind never imagined that a bunch of Lego parts and Lego men would ever become more than just a childhood pastime.
'MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — It’s hard to find someone who didn’t play with Legos during their childhood. And some of us never stop. From mini figures and micro tanks, to a 25-foot-long battleship, Brickmania makes it all out of Legos. When he was 4 years old, Dan Siskind never imagined that a bunch of Lego parts and Lego men would ever become more than just a childhood pastime. “It started with me going to stores after holidays and finding stuff on clearance, filling up my cart,” he said. And by the time he was a teenager, Siskind realized he had a gift for designing his own Lego creations. With no blue prints to go by, he built military sets that the Danish company wouldn’t make and sold them on the Internet. The pieces went together like puzzles and the results were eye-opening. “There is a battleship that’s 25 feet long, the USS Missouri, I did for a museum display. And it took a year to build,” Siskind said. (credit: CBS) Piece by piece, Lego brick by Lego brick, interest grew. People began asking for his self-made sets. And it got to the point where he had to move his business from his 100-square-foot basement to a 30,000-square-foot warehouse in Northeast Minneapolis. No longer on his own, he now has 50 employees that work for him. “It’s my dream job,” design team manager Cody Osell said. “It’s nice to come to ‘work,’ and design what you love designing.” He admits that he’s paid to play. “I’m currently working on a World War II Navy dive bomber,” Osell said. And nothing is computerized in the design stage. He just eyeballs a picture and goes to work. “I beat my head against the wall all day, and then I realized there is a real simple solution for this,” Osell said. It can take him up to a week to get a piece just right. Once he does, he enters what he did into a program that shows the production team the parts and colors that are needed to put it all together en masse. “Demand is so high. We even print our own digital printing. Print on the figures. Print the digital instruction books,” Osell said. The kits are then sold online or at their stores in Chicago, the Mall of America, and the store next to their production location. There are tributes to wars and presidents, but also to Prince and First Avenue. In the middle of it all is that 25-foot battleship that took a half million pieces to put together. It’s all proof that success isn’t just born, it’s built — in some cases, one brick at a time. “If you have passion for doing something, the sky is the limit. When people tell you, you can’t do it you don’t necessarily have to believe them. Because I’m proof and a lot of other people are proof that in spite of the naysayers, you can do what you want to do,” Siskind said. During busy times of the year, Brickmania will make 2,500 Lego kits a week. They will be opening a store in Washington D.C. soon and hope to eventually open one in Seattle, Washington too.'

Target stores face second day of technical problems

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MINNEAPOLIS, Minn. — For the second straight day, Target checkout lines across the United States were scenes of confusion and delay, with many stores unable to accept credit card payments for more than an hour on Sunday. “Like many other companies,
'MINNEAPOLIS, Minn. — For the second straight day, Target checkout lines across the United States were scenes of confusion and delay, with many stores unable to accept credit card payments for more than an hour on Sunday. “Like many other companies, Target uses NCR as a vendor to help accept payments, and on Sunday afternoon NCR experienced an issue at one of their data centers,” Target said. Target said the issue was resolved by Sunday evening and that it wasn’t related to security. It also indicated that “no payment information was compromised at any time.” NCR could not be reached for comment Sunday evening. Target also acknowledged its customers’ weekend ordeals in a short apology. “We know many guests had a frustrating shopping experience in our stores this weekend,” Target said. “For that, we are truly sorry.” The latest outage did not go unnoticed online. “Still having issues on Sunday at @Target in Minneapolis,” wrote  one Twitter user . “#targetoutage continues in Cedar Rapids! No cards will scan other than gift cards, and you have to pay cash,”  wrote another . Sunday’s issue came a day after the company’s cash registers  suffered a two-hour systems outage . That two-hour outage was due to “internal technology issues.” Target said Sunday’s incident was unrelated to Saturday’s issue. The company has 1,800 locations in the United States and a presence in India.'