Last night, I got to see the rapper Pusha T do a show downtown courtesy my homeboy Modi, and it was a great time. The art of the live performance is something that's waned in recent years in the hip-hop game, but this guy definitely got it done. If you're wondering, Pusha is one-half of the Virginia-bred group Clipse.
It might be longer than you think until legal online gambling comes to the District. After council member Michael A. Brown apparently sneaked the measure through in the city's budget, his colleagues are having second thoughts about how to implement the money-making plan. The Post's Michael Laris reports on how the city is going to canvass the public for thoughts on exactly where these gambling "hot spots" should be located.
The days of kente cloth and dashikis passing as "African fashion" are past us. Nowadays, designers from the continent are being recognized and showcased by major labels worldwide. Developers have been working with "women’s cooperatives in Rwanda and East Africa that offer fair wages, as well as business and fashion design training," reports The Post's Emily Wax, ahead of this year's African Fashion Week ,which starts on July 14.
• Glenn Beck apparently did his last television show in its current iteration last night. I literally don't know one person willing to admit that they watch this guy because they like him. Paul Fahri provides some perspective for the last day in the "doom room."
• As you celebrate this country's freedom, remember: Not all Greeks are lazy anarchists.
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