How rebounding can play into Louisville’s basketball clash at Syracuse

Gregory P. Daily

Louisville men’s basketball coach Chris Mack called Samuell Williamson’s rebounding performance “terrific” after Monday’s win over Georgia Tech, but the scope of those 18 boards could have used an even stronger adjective. 

Louisville bounces back with a nice win against Georgia Tech

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Williamson shattered a 49-year-old Louisville record for most rebounds by a non-starter, became the only Division I player in more than 11 years to grab at least 18 boards and score at least 20 points off the bench against a Power Five opponent, and amassed the most rebounds by a Cardinals player in a single game since Chane Behanan had 18 against Samford in 2012.



a man holding a basketball: Louisville's Samuell Williamson looks for an outlet against Georgia Tech's Jordan Usher in the second half at the KFC Yum! Center on Monday, February 1, 2021, in Louisville, Kentucky. Louisville won 74-58.


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Louisville’s Samuell Williamson looks for an outlet against Georgia Tech’s Jordan Usher in the second half at the KFC Yum! Center on Monday, February 1, 2021, in Louisville, Kentucky. Louisville won 74-58.

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Tributes pour in for Toronto men’s fashion icon ‘Duke of the Danforth’

Gregory P. Daily


a man wearing a suit and tie: Saul Korman


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Saul Korman

Outside of Korry’s Clothiers To Gentlemen, bouquets of flowers have begun to appear.

The man behind the iconic Danforth shop, Saul Korman, died in his sleep over the weekend from a heart attack.

An unwavering champion of Toronto’s Greektown, Korman eventually became widely known as the ‘Duke of the Danforth.’

His boutique has been a mainstay on the popular Toronto stretch since the 1950s.

“The city’s going to miss him,” said his son Shawn, during an interview with Global News.

“I’m going to miss him for sure.”

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Off-White Leans Into Digital Fashion Shows With the Creation of ‘Imaginary TV’ for Spring 2021

Gregory P. Daily
A look from the Off-White Spring 2021 collection. 

A look from the Off-White Spring 2021 collection. 

Migrating to all-digital fashion shows might be throwing some designers for a loop, but not Virgil Abloh. The designer behind Off-White leaned harder than ever into the online-only format with his Spring 2021 collection, for which he created a platform called “Imaginary TV.”

The platform, which launched as a microsite of the Off-White official website, premiered on Tuesday, where it played a video putting all the clothing in the collection on display, much like a standard runway show. But that wasn’t the only thing viewers could see on the site. It also hosted an interface, like a digital remote control, that visitors could use to toggle between a bunch of different channels, only a couple of which would be easily identifiable as existing to promote a new fashion collection. The others featured artists, athletes and musicians doing tai

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Boucheron’s New Art Deco-Inspired High-Jewelry Collection Is Designed for Both Men and Women

Gregory P. Daily

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For Boucheron‘s latest high jewelry collection, Histoire de Style, creative director Claire Choisne delved into the brand’s extensive archives from the Art Deco period, spanning the ’20s through the ’40s, to turn out jewels fitting for a modern-day Daisy Buchanan.

But this time around, the pieces are meant to be as wearable on free-wheeling femmes fatales as they are on a 21st-century Gatsby. The jewels were created with the intention that both men and women would enjoy them in equal measure. But will gentlemen of means flock to the oldest house on the Place Vendôme for diamond-encrusted statement necklaces, rings and brooches? “To be truly honest, we don’t know yet,” says CEO Hélène Poulit-Duquesne. “But it’s a genuine true and sincere belief from Claire and myself. If you look at history, men have actually been wearing jewelry for the last thousands

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