I’m one of those rare people who can find art and meaning just about anywhere, including the one place most people would never expect to find it: TV. And I found it earlier tonight, a beautiful twilight in Seattle, when I hit on a new Nike TV commercial featuring Lance Armstrong. The ad campaign is a collaboration between Nike and the Lance Armstrong Foundation..
This chicken fried rice contains zero rice. But here my Badass CEO Guarantee: if I served it to you and didn tell you otherwise, you would gobble up every bite and think you had just had some kick ass fried (actual) rice. Then I would tell you, “Hey, that was actually made out of cauliflower.” And you would be seriously confused, perhaps.
You do not need to go keto. Keto is under 20g of carbs a day. Typical Americans consume about 70% of their calories as carbs. The release of the Air Yeezy II in 2012 saw people lining up for days before they were released and bidding as much as $90,000 for the shoes on eBay. Matt Powell, an analyst at sports research firm SportsOneSource, estimates that around 5,000 pairs were ever produced. For comparison, Nike most popular shoe sold around 3 million pairs last year, Powell estimates.(MORE: Derrick Rose Injury Threatens $185 Million Adidas Deal)”Part of what makes collaborations like this successful is very, very limited distribution,” he says.
New seaside children’s water play area Splash to open this summer just an hour’s drive from ManchesterThere’ll be water play equipment, spray loops, water sprays, bucket drops, water domes and space for paddlingGet What’s On updates directly to your inboxSubscribeSee our privacy noticeThank you for subscribing!Could not subscribe, try again laterInvalid EmailThere’s nothing better than some water play for the kids when the weather’s warm.And the kids (and adults) are in for a treat this summer when a new water play area opens just an hour from Manchester.Splash will open in the Promenade Gardens in Lytham St Annes and will be free to use.There’ll be water play equipment, spray loops, water sprays, bucket drops, water domes and space for paddling.The best crazy golf courses in and around Greater ManchesterBuilding is soon to begin on the play zone a joint project between the Promenade Gardens Friends and Fylde Council to transform a long derelict former paddling pool in the Promenade Gardens close to the town’s golf Mini Links site.The play area will be fully set within the existing paddling pool wall and the surfacing will comprise of colourful wet pour in an attractive design with flowers and water references which take their inspiration from the Heritage Edwardian Garden setting.Suitable for children aged three to 12, it is scheduled to open late summer.Things to do with the kids in Manchester over the May day bank holiday weekendCouncil Leader councillor Sue Fazackerley said: “It had been my dream, for very many years, to see the former paddling pool in the Promenade Gardens restored, having enjoyed many happy hours there as a child. I can’t wait for it to open.”Coun Cheryl Little, chair of the Tourism and Leisure Committee, said: “It is a mini family adventure park all on its own for residents and visitors alike come rain or shine.”Like us on FacebookFollow us on TwitterWhat’s On NewsletterSubscribe to our What’s On newsletterEnter emailSubscribeWhat’s OnallMost ReadMost RecentThe Lowry Theatre and Arts CentreThe Greatest Showman sing along is coming to The Lowry and tickets are on sale nowA host will help teach the audience ‘a unique set of dance moves that will truly make you come alive’SpinningfieldsSpinningfields’ summer cinema is coming back with three weeks of FREE screeningsThe Greatest Showman, Moana, Grease, Legally Blonde and Back to the Future are all on the programmeNorthern QuarterWe checked in to Sachas Hotel is it REALLY as bad as the TripAdvisor reviews say?The Britannia Sachas Hotel is ranked one of the worst in Manchester on TripAdvisor but is it bad as all the punters say?Manchester FamilyParents can get 24 nappies for 85p in Aldi’s Specialbuy Baby and Toddler eventFamilies can make big savings on essentials and bigger nursery productsFood DrinkFinca is the restaurant that won the Million Pound Menu. Is it worth the money?The Cuban street food concept has now landed in Manchester but is it any good?.