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CNN —Beyoncé’s new song “Texas Hold ‘Em” debuted in the top spot of Billboard’s Hot Country Songs chart on Tuesday, the publication announced. Beyoncé’s other new country song “16 Carriages” ranks No. She is also the first woman to have topped both the Hot Country and Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs charts since the lists began in 1958. Morgan Wallen, Justin Bieber, Billy Ray Cyrus and Ray Charles are the only other artists to have reached No. Both “16 Carriages” and “Texas Hold ‘Em” were released on Feb. 11 after Beyoncé teased the release of new music in a surprise Super Bowl ad for Verizon, accompanied with eye-popping visualizer videos on YouTube.
Persons: CNN —, , Beyoncé, Taylor Swift, Morgan Wallen, Justin Bieber, Billy Ray Cyrus, Ray Charles, Veep, Tony Hale, Queen Bey Organizations: CNN, Billboard, Verizon, YouTube Locations: Texas
Why Beyoncé’s foray into country makes total sense
  + stars: | 2024-02-14 | by ( Rashad Walker | ) edition.cnn.com   time to read: +2 min
CNN —In true showstopping fashion, Beyoncé announced the release of new music last weekend at the Super Bowl, and proceeded to drop two buzzy country songs that hint at the vibe of her next album. The songs, “Texas Hold ‘Em” and “Sixteen Carriages,” were released by the singer shortly after the Super Bowl Halftime show on Sunday, and were accompanied with eye-popping visualizer videos on YouTube. Beyoncé followed that with the announcement of her eighth solo studio album, “Renaissance Act II,” and to no one’s surprise, the new project caused an incredible response across social media and beyond. They also know that this isn’t the first time Beyoncé has infused a country sound in her songs. Beyoncé’s album “Renaissance Act II” is set for release on March 29.
Persons: Beyoncé, , , ” Beyoncé, Sasha Fierce Organizations: CNN, Super, Adidas, Disney, Entertainment, Country Locations: Texas, IVY, Houston , Texas
Beyoncé released two new songs from her upcoming album during Super Bowl Sunday. One song, "16 Carriages," has a line that could reference how old Bey was when she recorded it. The thought-to-be country album, "Act II," is set to be released on March 29. In "16 Carriages," one of two songs released on Sunday, Beyoncé references different ages of her life. Most notably, Bey released the song "Daddy Lessons" — an ode to her Texas upbringing — as a part of the "Lemonade" album in 2016.
Persons: Beyoncé, Bey, , Trump, Tina Knowles, Beyoncé's, Mama Tina, Knowles, commenter, It's, I'm Organizations: Super, Service, Sunday, Beyoncé's, Chicks Locations: Texas, Houston
It was Dolce & Gabbana. Beyoncé pictured wearing a Dolce & Gabbana mini dress at Wynn Las Vegas before ahead of Sunday's Super Bowl. Comprising an organza cape and catsuit covered in — you guessed it — Swarovski crystals, her stunning red ensemble was one of the evening’s best looks. But then it was back to Usher, who appeared at Keys’ piano in a crystal-embroidered custom D&G vest. “Jermaine Dupri was actually the first person who introduced me to Dolce & Gabbana,” Usher told Vogue magazine in a behind-the-scenes video of his final wardrobe fitting.
Persons: Travis Kelce’s, Taylor, Stefano Gabbana, Gaga, baring, Beyoncé, Bey, Usher, Michael Jackson, Kevin Mazur, Alicia Keys, Keys, Virgil Abloh’s, “ Jermaine Dupri, ” Usher, Organizations: CNN, Kansas City Chiefs, Hollywood, Kanye, Gabbana, Wynn Las, Sunday's, Wynn, Verizon, Vogue Locations: Italian, Wynn Las Vegas
Read previewShortly after Usher wrapped his dazzling performance at the Super Bowl halftime show, Beyoncé made a surprise appearance. Of course, the Super Bowl is an advertising opportunity as much as it's a football game. AdvertisementTaylor Swift attended the Super Bowl to cheer for her boyfriend , Kansas City Chiefs tight end Travis Kelce . Much like the Super Bowl, awards shows are designed as vehicles for promotion; to win is to bulk up your résumé, attract new fans, and make more money . AdvertisementThe key difference here is also quite simple: Very few people could pull off this kind of event-conquering announcement, Swift and Beyoncé among them.
Persons: , Usher, Beyoncé, she'd outdone, Usher crooning, Alicia Keys, Bey's, Coldplay, Swifties, Taylor Swift, Travis Kelce, Blake Lively, Hillary Clinton, Andy Murray, Swift, it's, Travis, I'm, Kacey Musgraves Organizations: Service, Super, Verizon, Business, Kansas City Chiefs, Chiefs, NFL, Poets Department Locations: Hollywood
Verizon released two ads that fans say hint at a Beyoncé Super Bowl commercial. Some say she could be set to appear in a Super Bowl commercial. The short clip ends with "2/11/24" in the center of a black screen — the date of this year’s Super Bowl — and a split-second song snippet. “Should we be in a Super Bowl commercial? Beyond anticipating the commercial, fans also expect that Queen Bey could use the opportunity to announce a Las Vegas residency.
Persons: , Tony Hale, Hale, ” Hale, Beyoncé, Jay, , Bey, , Buster Bluth, Beyoncé hasn’t, Usher, Mariah Carey, Adele Organizations: Verizon, Service, Beyoncé, FOX, Business, Las, Super, & Company, Billboard Locations: Las Vegas, Vegas
After days of speculation and online sleuthing by fans — just another week, in other words — Beyoncé used her appearance in a Super Bowl commercial on Sunday to announce that she would soon be releasing new music. In a Verizon ad that ran shortly after halftime, Beyoncé joked with the comedian Tony Hale about doing something that would “break the internet” (i.e. She ran through a few riffs, like “Beyonc-A.I.,” a Barbie-like “Bar-bey” and a presidential “BOTUS.”Then she said, “Drop the new music,” before the commercial ended. Soon after, Beyoncé’s website updated with the announcement that a new album, identified as “Act II,” would be released on March 29. It appeared to be the second part of Beyoncé’s “Renaissance” album project, and perhaps one with a country-rock theme, given the sound and look of two new songs, “Texas Hold ’Em” and “16 Carriages,” that quickly appeared online.
Persons: , Beyoncé, Tony Hale, , bey ”, BOTUS, Organizations: Verizon Locations: Beyoncé’s, Texas
LOS ANGELES (AP) — Beyoncé is back with two new country tracks — “Texas Hold 'Em” and “16 Carriages.”After a Verizon commercial starring Beyoncé aired during the Super Bowl ended with the superstar saying “They ready, drop the new music,” the question became — was she serious? Later, a cryptic Instagram video with country iconography appeared on her page, teasing “act ii” on March 29. (Beyoncé’s 2022 album “Renaissance” is frequently referred to as “Act I: Renaissance.”)At the end of the clip, a plucky acoustic guitar riff plays, and Bey’s unmistakable voice kicks in. She sings, “This ain’t Texas / Ain’t no hold ’em / So lay your cards down down down,” in a Southern twang. Under the “music” tab, two titles were listed — “Texas Hold 'Em” and “16 Carriages,” which later appeared as full songs on Tidal, YouTube and Spotify.
Persons: Beyoncé, , , , Tony, Toni, Raphael Saadiq, Tony Hale, Barbie, Hale, Bey, ” Beyoncé, husband Jay Organizations: ANGELES, Verizon, YouTube, Spotify, Locations: Texas, Southern, United States
Beyoncé says her new hair care line, Cécred, will launch on February 20. The line adds to Beyoncé's many business ventures, contributing to her $800 million net worth. But Beyoncé's hair care line will have to compete with similar brands from other Black celebrities. AdvertisementBeyoncé "likes her baby heir with baby hair and afros," she sings on her hit "Formation." Beyoncé's new hair care line, Cécred (pronounced like "sacred"), is expected to drop on February 20.
Persons: Beyoncé, , Bey, Beyonce, Blue Ivy Organizations: Service, Business
CNN —Jay-Z used his speech at the Grammy Awards to get some things off his chest. “And then they went to a hotel and watched the Grammys,” Jay-Z said. “I’m just saying, we love y’all, we love ya’ll, we love y’all and we want y’all to get it right,” Jay-Z said. “I don’t want to embarrass this young lady, but she has more Grammys than anyone, and never won album of the year,” he said of Beyoncé. Think about that, most Grammys, never won album of the year, that doesn’t work.”Bey became the most awarded artist in Grammys history, with a record 32 wins, at last year’s ceremony.
Persons: CNN — Jay, Z, Blue Ivy, Will Smith, DJ Jazzy Jeff, ” Jay, , DMX, “ I’m, Beyoncé, , ” Bey, ” Beyoncé, ” “ Organizations: CNN, Dre
Singer-songwriter Victoria Monét won best new artist at the 66th annual Grammy Awards. Monét, 34, won the category against Gracie Abrams, Fred Again.., Noah Kahan, Ice Spice, Jelly Roll, Coco Jones and The War and Treaty. And I feel like today, I’m sprouting.”Photos You Should See View All 45 ImagesThe best new artist award, which went to jazz artist Samara Joy last year, is one of the Grammys’ most-anticipated as it is often seen as a bellwether for future success. The award goes to an artist who releases, during that year’s eligibility period, the first recording that establishes their “public identity,” according to the Grammys. With seven nominations, Monét tied for the second-most this year, alongside Phoebe Bridgers and behind SZA.
Persons: Singer, Victoria Monét, Gracie Abrams, Fred Again, Noah Kahan, Roll, Coco Jones, , Monét, ” “, , Samara Joy, Olivia Rodrigo, Megan Thee, Billie Eilish, Mariah Carey, Alicia Keys, John Legend, Amy Winehouse, Adele, Chance, Ariana Grande, Chloe x Halle, Phoebe Bridgers, Hazel, , Ariana Grande’s, Mark Kennedy Organizations: Associated Press, The Associated Press, Hollywood, AP, Black Music, Coalition, Kanye Locations: Champagne, Dua Lipa
ATLANTA (AP) — Stephen Curry scored a season-high 60 points in Golden State's 141-134 overtime loss to Atlanta on Saturday night, with Trae Young scoring 35 points to help the Hawks outlast the Warriors. Onyeka Okongwu had a career-high 22 points and a season-high 16 rebounds, and Jalen Johnson scored 21 points. Curry scored Golden State's first two baskets of the final period and then gave the Warriors a 105-104 lead with a 3-pointer. Young and Golden State's Lester Quinones, who scored 17 points, traded long 3s to end the first quarter. Podziemski limped off the court, was escorted to the locker room and returned in the second period.
Persons: — Stephen Curry, Trae Young, Curry, Dejounte Murray, Onyeka Okongwu, Jalen Johnson, Murray, homestand, Golden, Jonathan Kuminga's, Golden State's Lester Quinones, Young, Quinones, Brandin Podziemski, Podziemski, Saddiq Bey, Quin Snyder, ” Garrison Matthews, Bey, De'Andre Hunter, Hunter, Dario Saric, Steve Kerr, Saric, ___ Organizations: ATLANTA, Atlanta, Hawks, Warriors, Portland, Golden State's, Golden State, Phoenix, Brooklyn, Monday, Los Angeles Clippers Locations: Golden, UP
ATLANTA (AP) — Saddiq Bey dunked in a Trae Young miss with 1.1 seconds left to lift the Atlanta Hawks to a 126-125 win over the Toronto Raptors on Sunday night. The Raptors had taken a one-point lead when a Young turnover in the backcourt led to a Scottie Barnes dunk with seven seconds remaining. Young had 30 points and 12 assists as the Hawks overcame a night where they shot just 6 for 27 (22%) from 3. Clint Capela finished with 19 points and 14 rebounds for Atlanta and Jalen Johnson had 17 points and 12 rebounds. Atlanta finished with a 76-52 advantage in points in the paint and outrebounded the Raptors 51-46.
Persons: — Saddiq Bey dunked, Scottie Barnes, Bey, Young, Clint Capela, Jalen Johnson, RJ Barrett, Immanuel Quickley, Jakob Poeltl, Jordan Nwora, Gary Trent Jr, Dejounte Murray, soreness, ___ Organizations: ATLANTA, Atlanta Hawks, Toronto Raptors, Raptors, The Raptors, Hawks, Atlanta, Pacers, Toronto, Sunday, Bulls, Lakers
“Her music is unapologetically, boundlessly and globally Black,” Thomas said. In many cases, lighter skinned slaves were the product of sexual violence by White men against enslaved Black women. Lighter skinned Black women were often deemed “redbones,” a term that for some undermined their Black heritage by implying that the women were mixed non-Black ancestry. A 2023 survey by nonprofit Catalyst found women with darker skin tones were more likely to experience workplace racism than women with lighter skin. “I also get to be critical of Beyoncé,” Thomas said.
Persons: Queen Bey, , Tina Knowles, ” Knowles, “ Brown, Geneva Thomas, ” Thomas, , JeffriAnne Wilder, Wilder, White, ” Wilder, Beyoncé, India Arie, ” Arie, Arie, ” Beyoncé, Kevin Mazur, Oscar, Octavia Spencer, Thomas, she’s Organizations: CNN, Los Angeles, Catalyst, University of Chicago Press, Tottenham Hotspur Stadium Locations: America, New York, Black America, London, England
Something to sip on…Dolly Parton In the film "Rhinestone" in 1984 and Cher in 1979 in Los Angeles, California. Getty ImagesDolly Parton and Cher are both making 77 years old look lovely. The same day Parton was on the football field, Cher performed her new Christmas single “DJ Play a Christmas Song” at the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade. You should listen to…Sir Paul McCartney performing in 2017. Poet Paul Muldoon collaborated with Sir Paul McCartney on the bestselling book, “The Lyrics: 1965 to Present,” and their relationship is clear in the ease of their conversations on this podcast.
Persons: Lisa Respers, Dolly Parton, Cher, Parton, Diana Ross, Meryl Streep, Sigourney Weaver, Steve Martin, Samuel L, Jackson, Keith Richards, Ronnie Wood, Kevin Mazur, Giselle Knowles Carter, Beyoncé ”, – she’s, Bey, EGOT, Oscar, Tony, Sir Paul McCartney, “ McCartney, Paul Muldoon, McCartney, , … Catherine Tate, David Tennant, Who, ” Peope, Russell T Davies, it’s “ Organizations: CNN, Getty, Dallas Cowboys, , Disney Locations: Lisa Respers France, Los Angeles , California, London, England, Atlanta, AFP
"Renaissance: A Film by Beyoncé" hit theaters on Thursday night. Fans get a peek inside Beyoncé's relationships with her daughter Blue Ivy and her former bandmates. "Renaissance: A Film by Beyoncé" — written, directed, produced, and narrated by Queen Bey — features performances from her blockbuster tour interspersed with behind-the-scenes moments, giving fans a peek into Beyoncé's creative process. AdvertisementHowever, one former member of Destiny's Child did not participate in the "Renaissance" reunion: Farrah Franklin. In the film, Beyoncé fondly recalls Jonny's influence; he really did make her prom dress by hand.
Persons: Beyoncé, Blue Ivy, , Queen Bey —, Destiny's Child, Kelly Rowland, Michelle Williams, LeToya Luckett, LaTavia Roberson, Rowland, Williams, Luckett, Roberson, Destiny's, Farrah Franklin, Franklin, Ivy Carter, Kevin Mazur, Parkwood Beyoncé's, Blue Ivy Carter, hasn't, Blue, recommitting, Uncle Jonny, Jonny, Knowles, didn't Organizations: Service Locations: Atlanta , Georgia, Paris
"Renaissance: A Film by Beyoncé" premieres worldwide on Friday. Fans praised Beyoncé's concert looks during the Renaissance World Tour. Here are 19 of Beyoncé's most daring ensembles from the tour. AdvertisementBeyoncé's fans will get to relive their favorite moments from the singer's latest tour when "Renaissance: A Film by Beyoncé" premieres in theatres worldwide on Friday. Vogue reported that Beyoncé's tour stylists included Shiona Turini, Julia Sarr-Jamois, Karen Langley, and KJ Moody.
Persons: Beyoncé, , Beyoncé's, Shiona Turini, Julia Sarr, Karen Langley, KJ Moody, Queen Bey's Organizations: Service, Vogue, Vibe
CNN —It appears that Blue Ivy Carter has her mother Beyoncé’s work ethic. In “Renaissance: A Film by Beyoncé,” the singer reportedly shares that her daughter read some negative comments about her dancing during the tour. “She told me she was ready to perform, and I told her no,” the publication reports Beyoncé as saying. Blue Ivy received some online criticism about her moves early in the tour. Instead of letting it get her down, Beyoncé said her daughter opted to instead train more and get better.
Persons: Ivy Carter, Beyoncé, Jay, , Ivy, Beyoncé ”, Destiny’s, Kelly Rowland, Michelle Williams, LeToya Luckett, LaTavia Roberson Organizations: CNN, New York Times
“Renaissance: A Film by Beyoncé,” a documentary about the artist’s record-breaking world tour, will be released Friday, gracing fans with an early Christmas gift. A film poster for “Renaissance: A Film by Beyoncé" captures the Afro-futurist vibes of Beyoncé's tour. Kevin Mazur/WireImage for Parkwood/Getty ImagesDidn’t Taylor Swift also have a concert film this year? Taylor Swift attends the "Taylor Swift: The Eras Tour" movie world premiere at AMC The Grove 14 on October 11, 2023, in Los Angeles. (The Taylor Swift concert film has also played in Israel in recent weeks.)
Persons: Queen Bey, Beyoncé, , Blue Ivy, James B, Merryman, Mark Ritchie, Beyoncé’s, I’ve, Kevin Mazur, Didn’t Taylor Swift, “ Taylor Swift, Swift, , Taylor Swift, Matt Winkelmeyer, there’s, they’ll Organizations: CNN, Parkwood Entertainment, Tottenham Hotspur, Parkwood, AMC, AMC Theatres, Chrome, , Israel Locations: London, Los Angeles, Europe, North America, Hollywood, Israel, Gaza
NBA roundup: Wolves earn ejection-marred win over Warriors
  + stars: | 2023-11-15 | by ( ) www.reuters.com   time to read: +7 min
Saddiq Bey supplied 19 points and Bogdan Bogdanovic tossed in 17 for the Hawks in their NBA in-season tournament opener. Bam Adebayo had 21 points and 11 rebounds and Duncan Robinson made four 3-pointers on the way to 18 points for Miami. The Jazz also improved to 2-0 in Group West A play of the NBA's in-season tournament. Mikal Bridges added 21 points for Brooklyn. Franz Wagner led Orlando with 21 points, but the Magic scored 18 points in the final quarter of their first tournament game.
Persons: Karl, Anthony Towns, John Hefti, Mike Conley, Klay Thompson, Draymond, Jaden McDaniels, Thompson, McDaniels, Anthony Edwards, Rudy Gobert, Green, Edwards, Brandin Podziemski, Dario Saric, Stephen Curry, Nikola Jokic, Aaron Gordon, Paul George, James Harden, Kawhi Leonard, Harden, D'Angelo Russell, Rui Hachimura, Anthony Davis, Austin Reaves, LeBron James, Santi Aldama, Steven Adams, Brandon Clarke, Achilles, Derrick Rose, Ja Morant, Marcus Smart, Luke Kennard, soreness, Dejounte Murray, Saddiq Bey, Bogdan Bogdanovic, Trae Young, Marvin Bagley III, Ausar Thompson, Jimmy Butler, Bam Adebayo, Duncan Robinson, Butler, LaMelo Ball, Obi Toppin, Myles Turner, Turner, trey, Joel Embiid, De'Anthony Melton, Tyrese Maxey, Shai Gilgeous, Alexander, Antonio's Victor Wembanyama, Chet Holmgren, Holmgren, Wembanyama, Brandon Ingram, Jordan Hawkins, Zion Williamson, Herbert Jones, Naji Marshall, Dyson Daniels, Tim Hardaway Jr, Kyrie Irving, Luka Doncic, Jordan Clarkson, Lauri Markkanen, Jerami Grant, Deandre Ayton, Spencer Dinwiddie, Dinwiddie, Mikal Bridges, Franz Wagner, Paolo Banchero Organizations: Minnesota Timberwolves, Golden State Warriors, Chase Center, Draymond Green, Timberwolves, Minnesota, NBA, Golden State, Nuggets, Clippers, Denver, West Group, Lakers, Grizzlies, Memphis, Los, Hawks, Pistons, Atlanta, Detroit, Hornets, Miami, Charlotte, Pacers, 76ers, Haliburton, Indiana, Philadelphia, Sixers, Thunder, Spurs, Oklahoma City, Mavericks, New, Pelicans, Dallas, Jazz, Trail Blazers, Utah, Portland, Nets, Brooklyn, Orlando, East Group, Magic, Thomson Locations: San Francisco , California, USA, San Francisco, New Jersey, Golden, Los Angeles, Philadelphia, P.J . Washington, Haliburton, San Antonio, New Orleans, Utah, Portland, Salt Lake City, New York, Brooklyn
In Richmond the task Bey set himself was still more challenging, with just the path, foliage and water as raw materials. “You would think there’s not much here to look at,” he said as we paused on the trail. “What might those things add up to,” he said, when composed into the frame of a photograph. For Cassel Oliver, the curator, Bey has “mastered the technique of allowing the lens to be the eyes of the body,” inviting, even across the centuries, a kind of empathy. “Through the sheer beauty of the work,” she added, “he’s allowing us to see the trail as we have never seen it.”
Persons: I’m, , Bey, Cassel Oliver, Organizations: Railroad, Evergreen Locations: In Ohio, Evergreen Plantation, Louisiana, Richmond
The US Defense Department later confirmed that the Houthi missiles had a range of no less than 2,000 kilometers, or about 1,240 miles. AdvertisementAdvertisementUSS Carney fires on Houthi missiles and drones over the Red Sea on October 19. A third incident, on October 31, saw Israel's advanced Arrow air-defense system intercept a Houthi ballistic missile and an Israeli F-35 stealth fighter shoot down a cruise missile. Houthi ballistic missiles "have long proven" inaccurate, and the group likely doesn't have a very large stockpile of advanced long-range missiles and drones, Bey added. Sailors in USS Carney's Combat Information Center during an operation to defeat Houthi missiles and drones on October 19.
Persons: Yemen's Houthi, , Carney, MCS2 Aaron Lau, Houthis, Khaled Abdullah The, Matthew Bey, RANE, Khaled Abdullah, Bey, wasn't, Mason, ANDREW CABALLERO, REYNOLDS, Bryan Clark, Clark, Paul Iddon Organizations: US Navy, Service, Hamas, US Defense Department, REUTERS, Saudi, Ballistic, Houthi, Tomahawk, Patriot, Getty, Hudson Institute Locations: Israel, Yemen, Saudi Arabia, Taba, Nuweiba, Israeli, Gaza, Sanaa, Iran, Tehran, Riyadh, Yemeni, Mandeb
NBA roundup: Malik Monk delivers in OT as Kings edge Lakers
  + stars: | 2023-10-30 | by ( ) www.reuters.com   time to read: +5 min
Nuggets 128, Thunder 95Nikola Jokic scored 28 points with 14 rebounds and five assists as Denver coasted past host Oklahoma City. Shai Gilgeous-Alexander was just 2-of-16 from the floor, finishing with seven points, his lowest scoring total since December 2019. Alperen Sengun added 19 points and seven assists while Jabari Smith Jr. chipped in 14 points and eight boards. Onyeka Okongwu added 14 points and grabbed seven rebounds, and Saddiq Bey scored 13 points with nine rebounds. Malik Beasley scored 18 points, Brook Lopez had 13 points and Bobby Portis scored 12 points off the bench for the Bucks.
Persons: Malik Monk, LeBron James, Cary Edmondson, Kevin Huerter, De'Aaron Fox, Sabonis, Monk, James, Anthony Davis, Davis, D'Angelo Russell, Nikola Jokic, Michael Porter Jr, Jamal Murray, Peyton Watson, Chet Holmgren, Shai Gilgeous, Alexander, Stephen Curry, Draymond Green, Green, Curry, Jalen Green, Alperen Sengun, Jabari Smith, Joel Embiid, Tyrese Maxey, Tobias Harris, Embiid, Shaedon Sharpe, Malcolm Brogdon, Bogdan Bogdanovic's, Bogdanovic, Onyeka Okongwu, Saddiq Bey, Giannis Antetokounmpo, Damian Lillard, Malik Beasley, Brook Lopez, Bobby Portis, Antetokounmpo, Kawhi Leonard, Victor Wembanyama, Paul George, Russell Westbrook, Bones Hyland, Ivica Zubac, Devin Vassell, Cedi Osman Organizations: Sacramento Kings, Los Angeles Lakers, Lakers, Nuggets, Thunder, Denver, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, Warriors, Rockets, Golden State, Houston, 76ers, Blazers, Philadelphia, Toronto, Hawks, Bucks, Atlanta, Milwaukee, Clippers, Spurs, Utah Jazz, Thomson Locations: Sacramento , California, USA, Sacramento, Oklahoma, Oklahoma City, Portland, Angeles, Antonio
NBA roundup: Mavs spoil Victor Wembanyama's debut
  + stars: | 2023-10-26 | by ( ) www.reuters.com   time to read: +8 min
Julius Randle had 14 points and 11 rebounds for New York, while Jalen Brunson scored 15 points but shot just 6-for-21 from the field. Fred VanVleet and Dillon Brooks scored 14 points apiece in their Houston debuts. Jalen Duren (17 points, game-high-tying 14 rebounds) and Isaiah Stewart (14 points, game-high-tying 14 rebounds) recorded double-doubles for the Pistons. Anthony Edwards led the Timberwolves with 26 points and 14 rebounds, and Rudy Gobert had 15 points and 13 rebounds. Former Celtic Marcus Smart scored 17 points in his Memphis debut, and Xavier Tillman added 17 points and 12 rebounds.
Persons: Luka Doncic, Daniel Dunn, Victor Wembanyama's, Doncic, Kristaps Porzingis, Jayson Tatum, RJ Barrett, Immanuel Quickley, Julius Randle, Jalen Brunson, Paul George, Kawhi Leonard, Ivica Zubac, Russell Westbrook, Malcolm Brogdon, Anfernee Simons, Damian Lillard, Lillard, Washington, Brandon Miller, Terry Rozier's, LaMelo, Mark Williams, Miller, Gordon Hayward, Trae Young, Jalen Johnson, Saddiq Bey, Clint Capela, Bruce Brown, Brown, Tyrese Haliburton, Kyle Kuzma, Donovan Mitchell, Max Strus inbounded, Darius Garland, Garland, Mitchell, Brooklyn's Cameron Johnson, Strus, Isaac Okoro, Cam Thomas, Johnson, Shai Gilgeous, Alexander, Josh Giddey, Jalen Williams, Isaiah Joe, DeMar DeRozan, Zach LaVine, Coby White, Nikola Vucevic, Harrison Barnes, Sabonis, De'Aaron Fox, Keegan Murray, Jordan Clarkson, Lauri Markkanen, John Collins, Cole Anthony, Gary Harris, Anthony, Harris, Fred VanVleet, Dillon Brooks, Alperen Sengun, Bam Adebayo, Cade Cunningham, Adebayo, Jimmy Butler, Cunningham, Jalen, Isaiah Stewart, Dennis Schroder, Schroder, Darko Rajakovic, Anthony Edwards, Rudy Gobert, CJ McCollum, McCollum, Zion Williamson, Brandon Ingram, Desmond Bane, Ja Morant, Celtic Marcus Smart, Xavier Tillman Organizations: Dallas Mavericks, San Antonio Spurs, Frost Bank Center, Victor Wembanyama's NBA, Celtics, Knicks, Boston, New, Clippers, Trail Blazers, Portland, Milwaukee Bucks, Hornets, Hawks, Charlotte, Atlanta, Pacers, Wizards, Indiana, Cavaliers, Nets, Cleveland, Brooklyn, Thunder, Bulls, Oklahoma City, Chicago, Jazz, Utah, Rockets, Orlando, Houston, Pistons, Miami, Raptors, Timberwolves, Toronto, Minnesota, Pelicans, Grizzlies, New Orleans, Memphis, Celtic, Thomson Locations: San Antonio , Texas, USA, France, New York, Los Angeles, Portland, Atlanta . Washington, Atlanta, Washington, Indianapolis, Brooklyn, Sacramento, Salt Lake City, Kings, Houston, Jalen Duren, Toronto
The blur offers a similar anonymity to the residents of Harlem in Ming Smith’s nighttime photos from her “Invisible Man” series (1988-91). Where Smith uses long exposure to create her effect, Sondra Perry, in her video loop, “Double Quadruple Etcetera Etcetera I & II” (2013) relies on a tool in Photoshop that removes unwanted elements to partially obscure the bodies of two dancers. John Edmonds overexposes his film to create solarized prints with velvety surfaces in which his Black male subjects take refuge in the shadows. The hoodie, not surprisingly, shows up in many forms. Kevin Beasley casts it in resin in “ … ain’t it?” (2014), while Edmonds depicts young men who are doubly obscured — hoods up and seen from the back — in his large-scale photographs from 2018.
Persons: Smith, Sondra Perry, Joiri Minaya, John Edmonds overexposes, Kevin Beasley, Edmonds, Carrie Mae Weems, Trayvon Martin Locations: Harlem, Ming
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