Sports in Boston appear to be on lockdown until authorities find the only living suspect in the marathon bombing earlier this week. But these guys have an uncle who gave an all-time presser.
#Ruslan is ETHERING his nephews!!!!That was an all-time compelling presser! WOW!!!!!! Go head, Ru!
— Vince Thomas (@vincecathomas) April 19, 2013
Mitch McGary and Glenn Robinson III are going to pass on the NBA Draft and return to Michigan.
NBC Sports Group reached a 10-year extension to broadcast Notre Dame football games, a deal worth $15 million a year.
While the NFL released its 2013 schedule, some New York Giants players were spending time with students at Sandy Hook Elementary.
— Bart Hubbuch (@HubbuchNYP) April 19, 2013
Good Day Philly absolutely reveled in the stupidity of this Ryan Lochte interview.
Google announced plans to invest $600 million in its North Carolina data center to develop a new facility.
T-Mobile is pricing the HTC One at $579.
Boy Scouts of America is proposing a change to their membership policy that lifts the ban on gay children, but not adults, in the one of most out of touch administrative decisions you will find. The pressure from board members and advocacy groups to change the policy seems to be the only reason for this. And it's almost like they're sending the message that homosexuality is a phase people should grow out of. Stunning.
Talib Kweli did an exclusive with AllHipHop.com, discussing the political criticism over Jay-Z’s trip to Cuba, Rick Ross’ cancelled partnership with Reebok, the rising Hip-Hop movement in Brooklyn, and whether Kweli gets the proper respect as a rap vet.
Bizzle has a letter to Hip-Hop.
French Montana Says He Met Miley Cyrus While They Were High: Add Bad Boy rapper French Montana to the growing … bit.ly/Z5UXzS
— Jermaine Hall (@Vibe_EIC) April 19, 2013
From the Archives: Harry Elam Jr. (Guru’s Older Brother) Speaks on His Brother’s Musical Legacy bit.ly/XVoWuE
— XXL Magazine (@XXL) April 19, 2013
Here's what you need to know about Chechnya. Kyrgyzstan, the Caucasus, and Dagestan: slate.me/15nnxiG
— Slate (@Slate) April 19, 2013
De La Soul with "Get Away."