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Bon Rappetite – The World’s First Hip Hop Restaurant

Based in Atlanta, GA Bon Rappetite is the ‘world’s first hip hop restaurant’. While the menu dishes look rather normal – good, but normal – it is the naming of the dishes that distinguishes Bon Rappetite from other restaurants. From Big Boi-led Shrimp, Lil’ Wangz, Creme Puff Daddies, Salt N Pepa Crusted Tilapia, Chili Akon Carne, Roastface Killah to Wu Tang Clams.  Looks interesting and enticing. [via]

ESPN Magazine – The Body Issue 2011

ESPN Magazine just released the images for the annual upcoming “Body Issue” for 2011, that will be on newsstands this Friday, October 7th.  The issue segment titled “Body We Want” consist of 22 athletes from a myriad of sports fields. These athletes were brave enough to shed their clothes to put on display what being the best in their chosen sport produces aesthetically.  Watch the preview of The Body Issue 2011 above and hit the jump to see this year’s participants, Read more…

Inspiration: How Bad Do You Want It?

So…do you have Insomnia or Narcolepsy?

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Inside the Edge – Nigel Sylvester

Nigel Sylvester may very well be the most nimble athlete on two wheels, and he has to be to maneuver the man-made features of his native NYC. A BMX rider’s training ground consists of rails, ledges and blacktops, and Nigel moves seamlessly from one New York borough to the next by fueling properly to keep his mind and body sharp.  Check it out after the jump,

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Cam Newton For GQ Magazine

First round draft pick, Cam Newton of the Carolina Panthers by way of the Auburn Tigers models the latest in fashion looks for Gentleman’s Quarterly Magazine.  While on set for the photoshoot, Cam teaches the photographer how to throw the perfect spiral between shots.  Ok, ok ladies…see, we listen.  We’ll check out the clothes and YOU check out the model this time, lol.

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LL Cool J Covers Men’s Fitness Magazine

James Todd Smith covers the latest issue of Men’s Fitness Magazine for the third time.  The 43 year-old Hip-Hop legend and television star talks health, fitness regimen and energy levels.

Damn, I need to get in gym…

Bryceness – Mr. Not-So-Nice Guy