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This past weekend, we said goodbye to “The World’s Greatest.” Take a look back at Sports Illustrated’s tribute to Muhammad Ali and the decision to name their legacy award the “Sports Illustrated Muhammad Ali Legacy Award,” in honor of his greatness.
Things we learned this weekend: Your office, school, or home could be killing you. Statistics say pollution is more deadly than HIV, traffic accidents, and diabetes combined, and recent studies have found new, inconspicuous, ways that it is infiltrating your work and living spaces.
The Lonely Island’s latest movie Popstar: Never Stop Never Stopping, which takes an uncensored look and crack at our era of celebrity culture, opened Friday, making it Hollywood’s first top 40 mockumentary. “Kanye West and Macklemore and R. Kelly all have really funny lines, and you never know where the self-awareness ends and begins,” says co-director Akiva Schaffer.
It started with adult coloring books and board game cafes… now, the concept of “adult playtime,” is growing. Across North America, adult-only summer camps, indoor fitness playgrounds, and even adult preschools are the new fad, giving parents the chance to play without the kids.