Serena Williams in SoHo, NYC

Tennis superstar Serena Williams stopped by the new Nike SoHo flagship store at 529 Broadway and Spring Street in the Soho neighborhood of New York City. The new 5-story space boasts 55,000-square-foot of retail, and will offer personalized services such as customized Nikes.

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Boston Red Sox David Ortiz Obama selfie

The White House plans to ban visitor photos with President Barack Obama, thanks to Boston Red Sox star David Ortiz. Obama invited Ortiz and his Red Sox teammates to the White House last week to celebrate their World Series win.

Obama obliged Ortiz’s request to pose for a ‘Selfie’ taken with Ortiz’s self phone. Such selfies are normally uploaded to social media websites including Instagram, Facebook and Twitter.

But Ortiz’s photo op with the president was actually part of a pre-arranged deal between Ortiz and Samsung to promote the cell phone company’s phones.

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Gabrielle Union and Adrienne Williams Bosh enjoying some girl time after they visited The White House today with The Miami heat

The defending NBA champions Miami Heat were honored by President Obama at the White House on Tuesday, Jan. 14. Dwyane Wade’s long-suffering fiancĂ©e Gabrielle Union, left, and Chris Bosh’s happily married wife Adrienne Williams Bosh went along for the ride. Here the ladies are seen posing outside their hotel after their White House visit.
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Magic Johnson and President Obama

Magic Johnson and President Obama

President Obama’s White House guest list is beginning to sound like a joke punchline. Instead of inviting CEO’s or experts who know a thing or two about jobs creation, Obama invited NBA legend Earvin “Magic” Johnson to the White House to brainstorm about creating jobs.

As Twitchy.com points out, the President’s Council on Jobs and Competitiveness, which is now disbanded, didn’t get the job done. So why not invite a sports star who is the face of a multimillion dollar corporation run by silent partners?

Johnson, 54, couldn’t contain his excitement when he took to his Twitter account to boast about his biggest achievement — no, not his 5 NBA championship rings; and not the birth of his son. Something bigger.

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