HelpAidReliefEffortsinPuertoRico

“Puerto Rico is very near and dear to my heart. Through my foundation, I have been actively working to bring hope and improve the lives of under-served communities on the island. Hurricane Maria has caused catastrophic damage in Puerto Rico and the residents will need our help and support to rebuild.” Donate here

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DEARNEWYORK

From the day I first met you, I knew we were meant to be together.

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Delicious Pizza is a hip-hop pizza shop founded in 2015 by father-son duo Fred and Travis Sutherland and Delicious Vinyl founder Mike Ross and brother Rick Ross.

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Thisis|GhettoCarping

Ghetto Carping is a way of life for Compton natives Eddie Salmeron and "Big" Serg Talavera.

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Paul and Jude Huber of Kauai Sugarloaf Pineapple believe that the pineapple is a true celebrity.

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Thisis|TonyThompson

Tony Thompson takes us inside the world of professional drone racing.

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USC student Sam Dhillon balances basketball, an investment firm, and pre-med curriculum all while maintaining a perfect GPA.

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Carmelo Anthony Foundation | Feed The Children

A recap of Carmelo Anthony Foundation's Feed The Children event.

Rachel Joravsky is a Thirsty White Ally

The New York based comedian talks identity and working on her one woman show.

AVMW 2016 Golf Tournament

This Is : Aerial MOB

This Is Melo sits down with the founders of Aerial MOB to discuss how they became the pioneers and leaders in the drone industry.

Sports Museum of Los Angeles Honors a Life Spent Collecting

Gary Cypres, owner and curator of the largest collection of Brooklyn and Los Angeles Dodgers memorabilia ever compiled, opens his collection to the public for the first time in eight years.

Carmelo Anthony Becomes First American To Win 3 Gold Medals

Melo goes out on top

Stuart Davis: In Full Swing Covers the Artist’s Vibrant Career

The exhibition at the Whitney traverses from the 1920s to the 1960s.