LeBron James put himself one step closer to redemption when the 6'8, 250-pound MPV jumped into the arms of one lucky Heat fan, after he drilled a $75,000 half-court shot.
Bill Kiley has our inner 12-year-old giddy with this 16-bit makeover of the Downton Abbey estate.
You probably already know that the Leesa Mattress is sourced and crafted in the USA and that it's backed by elite athletes and over 10,000 verified five-star customer reviews. And maybe you've heard that Leesa is ordered online, built, compressed, rolled, and shipped directly to your door. But what you might not know is that beginning this month, customers can experience Leesa's American-made and expertly designed mattresses at 80+ West Elm locations across the U.S. And as always, Leesa will let you try their mattress in the comfort of your own home for 100 risk-free nights.
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Inspired by its California locale, the Parachute Venice Sheet Set is adding a new colorway to its collection. The light grey hue will give your bed a modern update, but is still neutral enough for any decor. Omitting the top sheet, the bundle includes everything you need for a bedroom overhaul. The fabric is made from 100% long-staple Egyptian cotton and is available in both their lightweight percale and super smooth sateen.
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After ten years and 1,205 shows, Matt Damon had been bumped off Jimmy Kimmel Live for the last time. Jason Bourne did what any scorned CIA assassin would do, he kidnapped the late night host and took over the show. For his first act as the new host of Jimmy Kimmel Sucks, Damon replaced Guillermo and Cleto, then he enlisted world-class comedian Robin Williams to do the opening monologue, showed Jimmy's embarrassing movie auditions, and lastly, had Sarah Silverman air her and Jimmy's dirty laundry. Basically, it was the best episode of Jimmy Kimmel Live ever.