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Stars Join Lionel Richie at Keep Memory Alive's 23rd Annual Power of Love Gala

Keep Memory Alive's 23rd annual Power of Love gala at MGM Grand Garden Arena on Saturday, March 16 brought top artists and cultural icons Shania Twain, Snoop Dogg, Anthony Anderson, Ne-Yo, Anthony Mackie, Miguel, Leona Lewis, Bernie Williams, John O'Hurley, Pedro Capó, Greg Phillinganes, Peta Murgatroyd, and more together to honor music legend Lionel Richie and raise crucial funds and awareness for Cleveland Clinic Nevada.

Lionel Richie Performs With Shania Twain

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Also in attendance were Raiders owner and newly appointed Keep Memory Alive board member Mark Davis, former Oakland Raiders player and coach Fred Biletnikoff, “Bar Rescue” star Jon Taffer, British singer Matt Goss, jeweler Steven Lagos, singer-songwriter Clint Holmes, author Kimberly Friedmutter and Nevada Governor Steve Sisolak.

After a warm welcome from Keep Memory Alive co-founders Camille and Larry Ruvo, the evening began with Siegfried Fischbacher presenting Lonnie Ali, wife of late great Muhammad Ali,
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Princess Kate Is Spending Halloween in One of Her Favorite Places

Princess Kate Is Spending Halloween in One of Her Favorite Places
Kate Middleton is going as a tennis fan for Halloween!

The avid player (she and Prince William have a court at home at Anmer Hall) will spend the spooky day courtside during a visit to the Lawn Tennis Association on Tuesday, Oct. 31.

During the sporty engagement, she will watch several on-court sessions, including a wheelchair tennis demonstration, and she’ll take part in the Tennis for Kids session – an Lta-run program which teaches young children, ages 5 to 8 years old, how to play and enjoy tennis.

She will also have the opportunity to meet some of the country’s top junior talents,
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Giggling Princess Kate Is All of Us Meeting Handsome Austrian Tennis Star

Giggling Princess Kate Is All of Us Meeting Handsome Austrian Tennis Star
Princess Kate’s admiration for tennis is written all over her face!

The sports-loving royal couldn’t hide her excitement as she was introduced to handsome Austrian player Dominic Thiem (ranked world No. 7!) at Wimbledon on Monday.

While meeting with a few players ahead of the first matches of the day, the royal, who debuted a short new hairstyle, asked Dominic, 23, and Agnieszka Radwanska from Poland, ranked World No. 10, whether they were anxious about their upcoming sets.

When she learned they both weren’t scheduled to play until Tuesday, she smiled and replied: “That’s why you’re so relaxed!
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Short Hair, Don’t Care! Princess Kate Shows Off New Hairdo at Wimbledon

Short Hair, Don’t Care! Princess Kate Shows Off New Hairdo at Wimbledon
Princess Kate is feeling the love-love!

On Monday, the tennis-loving royal debuted a new shorter hairdo as she sat front and center for the start of Wimbledon — an event she recently called “a quintessential part of English summer.”

The royal mom wore a polka dot Dolce & Gabbana dress as she headed to the iconic sports arena in London before the first match of the day to meet with some of the young people who will help serve the courts as ballboys and girls over the next two weeks.

She also chatted with some of the tournament’s stewards and medical
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Princess Kate Reveals Which Celebrity Is Her Mother’s ‘Heartthrob’: ‘I Don’t Think She’ll Mind Me Saying That!’

Princess Kate Reveals Which Celebrity Is Her Mother’s ‘Heartthrob’: ‘I Don’t Think She’ll Mind Me Saying That!’
Princess Kate‘s love of tennis runs in the family!

In a new documentary for BBC One, the athletic royal, who has a tennis court at her country home of Anmer Hall, admits both she and her mother, Carole Middleton, are inspired by tennis greats.

“Every time Wimbledon is on I am there thinking, ‘Yes, I could do the same’ and get out the racket. Sadly, never the same results!” she says in Sue Barker: Our Wimbledon, which airs on BBC One on July 2.

She also revealed who her mother’s favorite tennis star is — someone who came to
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Serena Williams Beats Venus at Australian Open to Win Record 23rd Major, Calls Sister Her "Inspiration"

Serena Williams Beats Venus at Australian Open to Win Record 23rd Major, Calls Sister Her
Tennis stars Serena Williams and Venus Williams exchanged a sweet embrace after the former beat the latter at the 2017 Australian Open Saturday in what marked the latest match in their more than 15-year professional sibling rivalry. Serena's Women's Singles finals match victory, with a score of 6-4 6-4, marks her seventh Australian Open title and a record 23rd grand slam title. She broke the tie she had with Steffi Graf for most major titles in the professional era. Serena also broke a record she set at Wimbledon in 2016 to becomes the oldest woman to win a Grand Slam singles title in the Open era. After the match, Serena and Venus appeared emotional as they paid tribute to each other in a...
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Serena Williams Beats Big Sister Venus for Record Win (Photo Gallery)

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Serena Williams is back on top after beating her 36-year-old sister Venus in the Australian Open finals. Serena was gracious as ever in victory, calling her big sis her inspiration. The win is an astonishing accomplishment ... it's Serena's 23rd Grand Slam singles title -- shattering Steffi Graf for winning most major titles in the Open era. Serena will claim the top spot again in women's tennis, after losing the ranking in September when she was defeated in the U.
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Serena Williams Defeats Venus Williams to Win Record 23rd Major Title

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Serena Williams Defeats Venus Williams to Win Record 23rd Major Title
This article originally appeared on Sports Illustrated.

Serena Williams is the queen of Melbourne once again.

Williams beat her sister Venus Williams 6–4, 6–4 in Saturday’s Australian Open final, giving Serena the 23rd major title of her career.

The victory, which marks Serena’s seventh Australian Open title, puts the younger of the two Williams sisters in sole possession of the all–time Open Era record for career Grand Slams. Previously, Serena and Steffi Graf were level at 22 Slams apiece.

The first set was somewhat sloppy, with both players combining for four straight breaks to start the match. But despite a shaky serve,
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Serena Williams Loves Dancing as a Workout During Her Off-Season: ‘I Really Enjoy That’

Serena Williams Loves Dancing as a Workout During Her Off-Season: ‘I Really Enjoy That’
When Serena Williams gets a rare break from the punishing tennis season, she has little interest in working out. But when she has to get in some cardio, her favorite thing is a dance workout.

“I dance a lot, when I’m healthy,” Williams tells People, after unveiling a refurbished tennis court in Compton, California, with sister Venus, with funding help from Gatorade. “It’s a fun way to get a workout in instead of going to the gym and jumping on the treadmill for 30 minutes. I really enjoy that.”

The 22-time Grand Slam winner says she tries to stay
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Serena Williams Wins Wimbledon, Ties Grand Slam Title Record

Serena Williams Wins Wimbledon, Ties Grand Slam Title Record
Serena Williams won the Wimbledon finals on Saturday morning, and in so doing came one step closer to breaking a major tennis record. Williams defeated Angelique Kerber at the annual British tournament. Williams has now won 22 Grand Slam titles, tying Steffi Graf’s Open-era record for Grand Slam singles titles. For comparison, Roger Federer has won more Grand Slams than any male singles tennis player in history. He has won the title 17 times. Also Read: Serena Williams Takes Throne as Sports Illustrated 2015 Sportsperson of the Year In order to claim a Grand Slam, a tennis player must win each of the four.
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Jay Z & Beyonce -- Cheering On The Champ At Wimbledon (Photo)

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Jay Z and Beyonce had one of the best seats in the house for Serena Williams' record-tying W at Wimbledon. Williams took down Angelique Kerber Saturday on the grass to take her 22nd Grand Slam singles title ... tying Steffi Graf for most all time. Jay and B were in good company, sitting with Venus Williams and the rest of Serena's family. Ellen DeGeneres, Portia Dirossi, Vera Wang and Natatlie Portman were there too.
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Watch Wimbledon Online Free: Serena Williams vs Elena Vesnina Live Streaming Ladies Singles Semifinals Tennis on Espn Today

Serena Williams and sister Venus Williams step onto the Centre Court Thursday for Day 10 of Wimbledon 2016 in separate ladies singles semifinals matches. Serena is taking on Elena Vesnina who is playing some of the best tennis of her career. Watch Wimbledon online free live streaming Thursday on Espn and the Watch Espn 3 app bright and early.

Up to this point Serena Williams has only dropped one set and been dominant in pursuit of her 22nd Grand Slam title. If she wins 2016 Wimbledon then Serena will tie Steffi Graf’s Open-Era record and likely keep playing until the record completely falls.

When we watch Serena Williams vs Elena Vesnina live streaming or on TV today, Vesnina will also be entering the match having only dropped one set through all her previous Wimbledon 2016 matches. She's never reached a grand slam final in her career, and to do so she'll have to take
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Watch Wimbledon Online Free: Serena Williams vs Elena Vesnina Live Streaming Ladies Singles Semifinals Tennis on Espn

Serena Williams and sister Venus Williams step onto the Centre Court Thursday for Day 10 of Wimbledon 2016 in separate ladies singles semifinals matches. Serena is taking on Elena Vesnina who is playing some of the best tennis of her career. Watch Wimbledon online free live streaming Thursday on Espn and the Watch Espn 3 app bright and early.

Up to this point Serena Williams has only dropped one set and been dominant in pursuit of her 22nd Grand Slam title. If she wins 2016 Wimbledon then Serena will tie Steffi Graf’s Open-Era record and likely keep playing until the record completely falls.

When we watch Serena Williams vs Elena Vesnina live streaming or on TV today, Vesnina will also be entering the match having only dropped one set through all her previous Wimbledon 2016 matches. She's never reached a grand slam final in her career, and to do so she'll have to take
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Serena Williams Was 'Pissed' After Losing the French Open but Feels 'More Than Ready' to Take On Wimbledon

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Serena Williams Was 'Pissed' After Losing the French Open but Feels 'More Than Ready' to Take On Wimbledon
Serena Williams doesn't lose very often. But with her last two Opens ending in defeat, the tennis star had to grapple with disappointment. "I was pissed," Williams says of her loss in the finals at the French Open, during a panel at the premiere of the documentary Serena, about her life. "After Australia I was sad and hurt, and after the French I was more pissed." "I don't know why the emotions were different, but they were definitely different. But I was really pissed and I was angry, and in fact I left my rackets in France." The 34-year-old believes
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Serena Williams Was 'Pissed' After Losing the French Open but Feels 'More Than Ready' to Take On Wimbledon

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Serena Williams Was 'Pissed' After Losing the French Open but Feels 'More Than Ready' to Take On Wimbledon
Serena Williams doesn't lose very often. But with her last two Opens ending in defeat, the tennis star had to grapple with disappointment. "I was pissed," Williams says of her loss in the finals at the French Open, during a panel at the premiere of the documentary Serena, about her life. "After Australia I was sad and hurt, and after the French I was more pissed." "I don't know why the emotions were different, but they were definitely different. But I was really pissed and I was angry, and in fact I left my rackets in France." The 34-year-old believes
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Lisa Leslie(4-time Olympic Baseball Gold Medal Winner) “Iam strong, I’m not tender, my eyeliner is still worn by me.” In the beginning, when girls began taking part in the Olympics, their numbers were very low. But today, women take part in nearly every activity. Also, afew activities were revised so as to suit the fairer sexnetball and softball, variations of basketball and hockey, for example. Let’s take a look at-all these activities, in no particular purchase, by which girls don’t merely engage, but also have created a title for themselves. Baseball Baseball is one particular few activities that both men and women began experimenting the same time. To be correct, women’s basketball were only available in the season 1892 in america, in Johnson University in Ma. Throughout the United States, its popularity spread using this beginning that was simple, and finally all over the globe.
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John McEnroe Thinks He Could Beat Serena Williams, and If Not, His Sexist Friends Will Never Let Him Live It Down

John McEnroe isn't as funny as he thinks he is. Ahead of the U.S. Open (of which he won four titles throughout his career), the tennis legend appeared on Jimmy Kimmel Live! Wednesday and was asked about Serena Williams, who will try for calendar grand slam when the tournament begins later this month. Winning the Australian Open, the French Open and Wimbledon was no easy feat, and winning the U.S. Open will not be a walk in the park, either. "The last player to do that was Steffi Graf, who's probably the second greatest player that ever lived, to me, behind Serena," McEnroe said. "She did that in 1988. Before that it was done, I think, in 1950. So, this is very, very rare." McEnroe told Jimmy...
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Miss the U.S. Open? Watch FilmOn Tennis to Get Your Tennis Fix

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Miss the U.S. Open? Watch FilmOn Tennis to Get Your Tennis Fix
The U.S. Open has come and gone, with Serena Williams making history after winning her 18th Grand Slam, tying Chris Evert and Martina Navratilova. The tennis matches are over, but if you are still jonesing for more tennis matches, watch FilmOn Tennis. FilmOn Tennis gives you tons of matches from yesteryear and today. The channel offers “the best in Wimbledon Tennis and Champions Series Tennis.” The channel also has screenings of “The Championships: Wimbledon.” The film series chronicles the history of Wimbledon, match after match. The film series features Navratilova, Pete Sampras, Boris Becker, Steffi Graf, Sánchez Vicario, Goran Ivaniševi? , Conchita Martínez, Jim Courier, Steffi Graf, Jana Novotná and [ Read More ]

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Serena Williams Wins 18th Major Title, Parties With Gigi Hadid, Joe Jonas and Caroline Wozniacki!

Serena Williams Wins 18th Major Title, Parties With Gigi Hadid, Joe Jonas and Caroline Wozniacki!
Serena Williams has done it again! The current world number one outplayed former world number one Caroline Wozniacki in the U.S. Open final Sunday, beating her pal 6-3, 6-3. The big victory secured Williams' 18th career grand slam singles title, tying with tennis legends Chris Evert and Martina Navratilova. Williams is now just four behind Steffi Graf, who holds the all time record with 22 career grand slam single titles in the open era. "Thank you everybody for the incredible support these weeks! It was a good run, unfortunately lost to a better player today!" Wozniacki said on Instagram. "Congrats @serenawilliams on #18, well deserved!" How did it feel to win the U.S....
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1990 Things From The 90s (Seriously)

1990 Things From The 90s (Seriously)
It's been more than a decade since the 1990s ended, yet the Internet can't seem to go a day without a reminder of the neon slap bracelets that may have been banned from your school.

Yes, we get it. Times are tough and there's comfort in reflection, but enough is enough.

Below, a final goodbye to the 90s to end the nostalgia once and for all. (We're not kidding. There are 1990 items below.)

1. Scrunchies

2. "The Wild Thornberries"

3. Dawson and Joey

4. "Hercules: The Legendary Journeys"

5. Mr. Feeny

7. MTV playing music videos

8. Snick

9. The premiere of "Freaks and Geeks"

10. Levar Burton

11. "Daria"

12. "Arthur"

13. "The Powerpuff Girls"

14. "Smart Guy"

15. Comedy Central globe logo with buildings

16. "The X-Files"

17. Rosie O'Donnell

18. Bill Nye

19. "Dawson's Creek"

20. The Mighty Ducks"

21. "Are You Afraid of the Dark"

22. Cornholio

23. Rachel Green

24. Tim Allen

25. "All That"

26. "Beverly Hills 90210"

27. "Step by Step"

28. "The Ren & Stimpy Show"

29. "The Famous Jett Jackson"

30. "Buffy the Vampire Slayer
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