KIM KARDASHIAN Shows Off Her Assets For The Latest Issue Of PAPER MAGAZINE

Kim Kardashian literally bares it all for the latest cover of Paper magazine.  The star covers the mag’s appropriately titled “Break the Internet” issue and with pictures like this, there’s no doubt Paper‘s site is going to crash soon. As a less vulgar option—Paper dropped a second cover, which features Kim suggestively blasting champagne into a glass… that’s resting on her derriere.

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COMPLEX.COM Presents… “THE 100 BEST NIKES OF ALL TIME”

The 100 Best Nikes of All Time

Since their inception in 1972, Nike has been producing — for lack of a better term — game-changing footwear in every category, even inventing some of their own along the way. Like every company they’ve had their ups and downs, it’s just that their ups have been, shall we say, Jordanesque. So with no further ado, we present The 100 Best Nikes of All Time. Go in.

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MOB + MULA$ = “THE NATIONAL ENQUIRER!!”

(Sept. 15) — The National Enquirer has made its name exposing John Edwards’ illegitimate child and the Elvis Presley morgue photo, but the real scoop may be how the paper actually got started — with a $25,000 loan from the Mafia.

Back in 1953, Gene Pope purchased The New York Enquirer, a low-selling afternoon newspaper that only did well on Sundays because it was the first with the late-night Saturday sports scores, and turned it into the National Enquirer, a publication that changed journalism as we know it.

But Pope’s son, Paul David Pope, says that in order to buy the paper, his dad had to borrow money from a family friend, Frank Costello, one of the biggest mobsters in New York at the time.

“He was my father’s godfather — not in the literal sense,” the younger Pope told AOL News. “But he saw it as going to a family friend. He eventually paid back Costello and that was it.”
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POPULAR SCIENCE x MAG+ CONCEPT x BERG

Publisher Bonnier has worked with design agency BERG to come up with the Mag+ tablet, which has the magazine pages run vertically, rather than on the next screen like we’ve always seen so far. It actually replicates the experience of reading a magazine really well, as pages can be flipped like you would with a normal magazine, and when you encounter an article you’d like to read, you scroll down to view it.

TAKE A PEEK AT THE MAG+ TABLET IN ACTION
(Via: Gizmodo.com)