Don’t be a basic witch this year for Halloween because honestly you deserve better and no one wants to see you in a taco foam costume for the third year in a row. Transform into the “Hi, welcome to Chili’s” vine with our first-ever Halloween costume. Go to welcometochilis.com to get your hands on this Halloween treat while supplies last.
This one-of-a-kind Chili’s® Grill & Bar costume is sourced from tears of pure laughter, made with the finest cotton-polyester blend known to man and designed with a custom pattern you won’t find anywhere else. This Halloween, slip on your boxers and hold up that cardboard cell and get ready to welcome people to Chili’s all night long!
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In the all-new epic adventure from Dav Pilkey, George and Harold travel through time to save Captain Underpants and the world from certain destruction! Captain Underpants and the Revolting Revenge of the Radioactive Robo-Boxers By Dav Pilkey http://www.pilkey.com/ or http://www.scholastic.com/captainunderpants/books/author.htm Children/teachers/parents/humor
Keep Memory Alive’s 16th annual Power of Love Gala on Saturday, Feb. 18, at MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas brought out some of the biggest names in sports and entertainment to celebrate Muhammad Ali’s 70th birthday and raise funds for the Cleveland Clinic Lou Ruvo Center for Brain Health and the Muhammad Ali Center.
Highlights of the evening included a heartfelt “Happy Birthday” serenade by Stevie Wonder, Snoop Dogg leading the crowd in chanting “Ali” during his performance of “Who Am I (What’s My Name)?” and famed boxers Sugar Ray Leonard, Evander Holyfield and Tommy “Hitman” Hearns joining LL Cool J on stage for “Mama Said Knock You Out.” Stars like Sean Combs, Samuel L. Jackson, Terrence Howard and David Beckham gave personal remarks and remembrances about “The Greatest” while Lenny Kravitz, Cee Lo Green and Kelly Rowland performed for Ali and the sold-out crowd of about 2,000.
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In Britain, boxers are skilled fighters, trained in the art of punishing their opponent, carefully delivering a well executed punch to floor their adversary. However, they do things differently in America. There they are just trained to harm, indiscriminately.
“One of my earliest boxing memories is sitting on the ring apron at the Repton Boxing Club watching my older brothers train. Sitting there, ringside with my Dad, I couldn't wait for it to be my turn. By the time I was old enough to start training I already knew how to hold my hands in the correct position and throw a number of combinations (my brothers had shown me how and I practiced at every opportunity!). I remember my first fight. I was 11 years old. Sitting in the dressing room, there were about 15 other young boxers getting ready too. Everyone was asking each other, who are you fighting, who are you fighting. There was this one big guy sitting in the corner wrapping his hands. Someone asked him, Hey, who are you fighting, Someone called A. Lee he said with a shrug. That's when I knew I was in for a rough night! As I stood in the corridor before my ring entrance, my stomach was in knots, to say I was nervous would've been an understatement! Walking to the ring, I looked across at my family, the whole clan had turned out to support me. I remember thinking to myself, I don't care how big this guy is I’m not losing this fight! Anyway, to cut a long story short, I won the fight and many more after that.” Visit Andy on MOLI.com
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Clubman comes to Hong Kong -Mini Cooper has chosen Hong Kong as the first place in the world to launch their new model Clubman. Music, celebrities, models and mini fans flooded Stanley Plaza for a full on party. Flamenco dancers, beat boxers, sword fights and a surreal carnival atmosphere took over the night. But nothing could steal the show from the unveiling of the new Clubman. Draped with beautiful women the cars were unveiled to a cheering audience while champagne flowed freely. Taiwanese boy band Lollipop provided another level of excitement as young girl fans screamed from outside the walls.