Nike cortez – Huaraches Shop http://huarachesshop.com/ Tue, 22 Nov 2022 14:48:45 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.8 https://huarachesshop.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/06/icon-2021-06-29T195954.238-139x136.png Nike cortez – Huaraches Shop http://huarachesshop.com/ 32 32 The Best Vintage-Look Cop Sneakers on eBay Right Now https://huarachesshop.com/the-best-vintage-look-cop-sneakers-on-ebay-right-now/ Tue, 22 Nov 2022 14:48:45 +0000 https://huarachesshop.com/the-best-vintage-look-cop-sneakers-on-ebay-right-now/ It’s no secret that retro silhouettes are on the rise. Brands like New Balance have been leading the retro aesthetic for some time, re-releasing classic silhouettes and combining the old with the new. Other brands such as adidas and Nike have also recently followed suit, as pancakes such as Cortez and Waffle once again take […]]]>

It’s no secret that retro silhouettes are on the rise. Brands like New Balance have been leading the retro aesthetic for some time, re-releasing classic silhouettes and combining the old with the new. Other brands such as adidas and Nike have also recently followed suit, as pancakes such as Cortez and Waffle once again take center stage.

Sometimes the old ways are the best. But how can you be sure that a retro drummer is 100% legit?

Well, look no further than eBay Authenticity Guarantee. Already a huge hit in the luxury watch industry, the site’s online promise involves a rigorous process that ensures the sneakers you buy are the real deal. Led by top industry experts, eBay opened six authentication centers around the world where each sneaker specialist checks the product and packaging for signs of counterfeiting. Once the legitimacy of the sneaker is confirmed, they attach an NFC digital authenticity tag. So far, the six centers have authenticated more than 1.5 million pairs of sneakers from around the world.

So, with vintage sneakers in mind, here are 5 silhouettes that hail from years past, plus modern adaptations and homages, which are available to buy now at eBay*.

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Dodgers host meeting with Austin Barnes and Steve Sax at WSS stores https://huarachesshop.com/dodgers-host-meeting-with-austin-barnes-and-steve-sax-at-wss-stores/ Sun, 20 Nov 2022 03:10:46 +0000 https://huarachesshop.com/dodgers-host-meeting-with-austin-barnes-and-steve-sax-at-wss-stores/ The Los Angeles Dodgers are hosting separate meet and greet events at local WSS stores on Saturday, featuring Austin Barnes and Steve Sax. Both start at 10 a.m. PT and offer VIP line access for fans who make at least one $35 purchase in-store. WSS stores housing the Dodgers are in Perris (2660 N. Perris […]]]>

The Los Angeles Dodgers are hosting separate meet and greet events at local WSS stores on Saturday, featuring Austin Barnes and Steve Sax. Both start at 10 a.m. PT and offer VIP line access for fans who make at least one $35 purchase in-store.

WSS stores housing the Dodgers are in Perris (2660 N. Perris Blvd., Perris, CA 92571) and Moreno Valley (24175 Hemlock, Moreno Valley, CA 92577). In addition to photo ops, the events will feature music, prizes, giveaways and more.

Barnes just completed his eighth season with the Dodgers and he remains under contract until 2024 after signing an extension last July.

Barnes is currently the longest-serving player in the Dodgers organization, but will again fall behind Clayton Kershaw in that regard once his re-signing contract is formalized. Justin Turner would also be more tenured with the Dodgers if he re-signs.

Sax was selected by the Dodgers in the ninth round of the 1978 MLB Draft and spent eight seasons with the team. During that time, Sax was a three-time All-Star and won two World Series.

Along with Eric Karros, Sax threw the ceremonial first pitch before Game 1 of the National League Division Series against the San Diego Padres.

Prior to that, he represented the Dodgers in the 2022 MLB Draft as one of 17 players to attend the event at LA Live.

Dodgers partnership with WSS

The Dodgers announced a partnership with WSS that began last year with Andre Ethier makes a special appearance at a Los Angeles venue for the reissue of the famous Nike Cortez Los Angeles.

It was first released for the opening day of the 2021 regular season and returned to the spotlight as some players wore custom cleats inspired by the shoe with the Dodgers Nike City Connect uniform.

Have you got subscribed to Dodger Blue YouTube channel? Be sure to ring the notification bell to watch player interviews, participate in shows and giveaways, and stay up to date with all the Dodgers news and rumors!

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Democrats retain control of the Senate, Border Patrol chief resigns, Kyrie Irving still suspended. This is the news of the weekend. https://huarachesshop.com/democrats-retain-control-of-the-senate-border-patrol-chief-resigns-kyrie-irving-still-suspended-this-is-the-news-of-the-weekend/ Sun, 13 Nov 2022 22:32:11 +0000 https://huarachesshop.com/democrats-retain-control-of-the-senate-border-patrol-chief-resigns-kyrie-irving-still-suspended-this-is-the-news-of-the-weekend/ Democrats seal Senate control after Cortez Masto defeats Laxalt in Nevada Democrats will retain control of the US Senate after Nevada Senator Catherine Cortez Masto – once considered the most vulnerable midterm Democratic senator – fended off a challenge from Republican Adam Laxalt after days of vote counting. The nation’s first Latina senator, Cortez Masto […]]]>
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Review “SCENES” by Nathaniel Mary Quinn https://huarachesshop.com/review-scenes-by-nathaniel-mary-quinn/ Sat, 05 Nov 2022 20:48:37 +0000 https://huarachesshop.com/review-scenes-by-nathaniel-mary-quinn/ Nathaniel Mary Quinn, “SCENES”, 2022. Almine Rech London. Photo: Melissa Castro Duarte. To quote American film critic Mary Haskell: “There are two cinemas: the films we have actually seen and the memories we have of them. How the audience connects with what they watch is a very personal experience. We build our memories from snippets […]]]>
Nathaniel Mary Quinn, “SCENES”, 2022. Almine Rech London. Photo: Melissa Castro Duarte.

To quote American film critic Mary Haskell: “There are two cinemas: the films we have actually seen and the memories we have of them. How the audience connects with what they watch is a very personal experience. We build our memories from snippets that ignite our soul in unique ways. For some, it’s the compelling cinematography or perhaps a captivating storyline, but for American artist Nathaniel Mary Quinn, it’s the complexity of the characters that resonates deeply and serves as the backdrop for his latest exhibition. SCENES at Almine Rech in Grosvenor Hill.

Introducing the most memorable characters from film and television. But it’s not as simple or straightforward as portrayals of favorite movie characters; in fact, what Quinn does are not portraits at all in the traditional sense. To begin with, the artist is not interested in presenting a direct visual likeness or telling a story with the synopsis, rather he assembles a narrative, like a poet drawing on memories and reflections on what he sees. and feel. The characters emerge as extensions of the artist himself and the experiences he carries through his own complex life. Blending traditional materials like gouache, charcoal, oil paint, oil pastel and oil stick, Quinn draws on vulnerability, empathy, truth and emotion to construct figures of a somewhat surreal collage-like appearance.

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Nathaniel Mary Quinn, “Sunshine,” 2022. Oil paint, black charcoal, gouache, oil pastel on linen canvas stretched over wood panel. 127 x 127 cm, 50 x 50 in. © Nathaniel Mary Quinn. Courtesy of the artist and Almine Rech. Photo: Nicolas Brasseur.

The show grips you as soon as it opens with Sunshine, a large linen canvas split by a yellow-on-green horizon and dominated by the figure of a seated woman. Dressed in bold prints, she leans forward in her chair, her arms resting on her knees, as if gazing intently, as one does when listening or gazing deeply at something. Not knowing who the subject is, one feels the energy of someone strong, resolute, creative and enigmatic. She looks you in the eye and for a moment you wonder how you know her. Upon learning that the work is actually that of the artist’s wife, herself involved in film and television, it becomes a significant reflection on a driving force behind Quinn.

The artist also finds meaning in his memories of fictional characters. In Bubba Gump a man is shown seated on a bus stop bench, holding a box of chocolates and wearing a tan suit, with a blue checkered button-up shirt and a pair of well-worn Nike Cortez shoes. It’s almost impossible not to smile warmly in recognition of the eponymous Forrest Gump and it’s in that smile that you recognize the power of Quinn’s work. Although there is nothing to be found of Tom Hank’s true face in the play, the innocent strength and purity of intent that guide Gump through life’s ups and downs, and come to define him, find their way out of the canvas. Through her creative process, Quinn captures the energy of the individual and offers insight into the nuances and layers of lived experience that define each of us.

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Nathaniel Mary Quinn, “Bubba Gump”, 2022. Oil paint, oil pastel, dry pastel, gouache on linen canvas stretched over wood panel. 121.9 x 121.9 cm, 48 x 48 in. ©Nathaniel Mary Quinn. Courtesy of the artist and Almine Rech. Photo: Charles Roussel.

As with all of Quinn’s work, the creative process Bubba Gump is also a process of finding an understanding of the deep emotional resonance that attracts the artist. He paints these figures as we recognize them, but from within himself rather than from external cues. From a vision of the final destination, decisions about what material to use and where to use it are intuitive; they are both separate and one with the artist. It is a vessel connecting the multiplicities and bringing us closer to a shared humanity.

This process echoes that of Francis Bacon whose gigantic display at the Royal Academy earlier this year left a lasting impression on Quinn. Obvious references to Bacon are found in the warm curved skylines and neutral backgrounds of many works, including that of Country. With CountryQuinn dives headfirst into the Bacon-esque grotesqueness of Amazon Prime’s superhero antagonist The boys. By probing the character as it exists in the eye of the artist, he unconsciously finds the pulsation which makes it live in all its strata. The work is an acknowledgment of the ugliness that life can contain, that each of us can contain within ourselves, of the power and subtlety that it gives to the human condition.

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Nathaniel Mary Quinn, “Homelander”, 2022. Oil paint, oil pastel, gouache on linen canvas stretched over wood panel. 121.9 x 121.9 cm, 48 x 48 in. © Nathaniel Mary Quinn. Courtesy of the artist and Almine Rech – Photo: Charles Roussel.

In gallery text for showthe artist says the works reflect “my enduring love for movies” and while it’s clearly evident that Quinn is a movie buff, you could say that SCENES instead exhibits an enduring love for humanity; for the passionate, imperfect and complex people he understands. It is the deployment of these characters, their superposition of energies and emotions that allow a moment of discovery for the artist, an opportunity to see themselves and perhaps reveal something about the viewer. It is a privilege to encounter the truths of these individuals, to experience the weight and magnetism of each character as Quinn processes and communicates them in her own subtle poetry.

Nathanael Mary Quinn SCENES is open until 12 November 2022 at Almine Rech London.

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22 of the best Halloween sneakers of all time https://huarachesshop.com/22-of-the-best-halloween-sneakers-of-all-time/ Mon, 31 Oct 2022 19:05:46 +0000 https://huarachesshop.com/22-of-the-best-halloween-sneakers-of-all-time/ Halloween themed shoes are nothing new, with proposals from the past having celebrated the holiday of October 31 via various costumes. In recent years, spooky-inspired collections have been accompanied by capsules dedicated to the Día de Muertos event celebrated in Mexico and elsewhere, giving fans of festive sneakers even more goodies to choose from. Some […]]]>

Halloween themed shoes are nothing new, with proposals from the past having celebrated the holiday of October 31 via various costumes. In recent years, spooky-inspired collections have been accompanied by capsules dedicated to the Día de Muertos event celebrated in Mexico and elsewhere, giving fans of festive sneakers even more goodies to choose from.

Some themed designs from the past lean heavily on the colors most often associated with Halloween: bright orange, playful purple, and creepy black. Others have made holiday protagonists – Jack-o’-lanterns, ghouls, witches, mummies and more – center stage. Brands like Vans, Reebok and Le Coq Sportif have even brought some of the most recognizable horror movie figures into sneaker form through collaborations with the Jason Voorhees, Freddy Krueger or It franchises.

Although most of the best Halloween sneakers were designed for casual wear, some styles have emerged in the realm of modern performance sport. LeBron James, a staunch supporter of the horror movie genre, has outfitted pairs from his signature sneaker series in gory costumes for the spookiest dates of the year (including Friday the 13th). Nike SB has repeatedly reinvented the Nike Dunk through the lens of Halloween and the November 2 “Day of the Dead,” resulting in some of the most famous festive designs of any holiday.

Ahead of Halloween 2022, we at Sneaker News rounded up 22 of our favorite commemorative shoe releases over the years, in no particular order. The list is not exhaustive, but includes several pairs that will help you have a happy Halloween.

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Mid-Valley’s best cross-country racers ahead of district meets https://huarachesshop.com/mid-valleys-best-cross-country-racers-ahead-of-district-meets/ Sun, 23 Oct 2022 13:07:14 +0000 https://huarachesshop.com/mid-valleys-best-cross-country-racers-ahead-of-district-meets/ Sprague runner Sara Abbott placed fourth at the Mountain Valley Conference cross country championships in her freshman year and junior season. Now as a senior, she has the fastest time in the new Central Valley conference entering Wednesday’s district meet at Bush’s Pasture Park. “Sara’s strengths as a runner are her dedication to racing, her […]]]>

Sprague runner Sara Abbott placed fourth at the Mountain Valley Conference cross country championships in her freshman year and junior season.

Now as a senior, she has the fastest time in the new Central Valley conference entering Wednesday’s district meet at Bush’s Pasture Park.

“Sara’s strengths as a runner are her dedication to racing, her ability to be a great team leader and always having goals to achieve,” said Sprague coach Debora Deleon. “She has shown that by coming to every practice from June onwards, she always gives 100 per cent and consistently shows courage in all of her practices and races.”

Abbott clocked a conference record 18:23.2 on Sept. 16 at the Meriwether CC Classic.

North Salem rookie Nelida Dalgas is second in the conference with a time of 18:36.7.

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Artists reimagine Nike’s Cortez running shoe https://huarachesshop.com/artists-reimagine-nikes-cortez-running-shoe/ Sun, 16 Oct 2022 20:06:00 +0000 https://huarachesshop.com/artists-reimagine-nikes-cortez-running-shoe/ With the 1968 Olympics in Mexico, Nike wanted to introduce a new running shoe, named Nike Aztec, to pay homage to the history of the host country’s Aztec Empire. However, a legal battle with Adidas forced Nike to rename their shoe, deciding instead to name it Cortez after the brutal Spanish conquistador Hernán Cortés, responsible […]]]>

With the 1968 Olympics in Mexico, Nike wanted to introduce a new running shoe, named Nike Aztec, to pay homage to the history of the host country’s Aztec Empire. However, a legal battle with Adidas forced Nike to rename their shoe, deciding instead to name it Cortez after the brutal Spanish conquistador Hernán Cortés, responsible for the downfall of the Aztec Empire. The shoe’s introduction to the public then aligned with the 1972 Summer Olympics. To commemorate the Cortez’s 50th anniversary, Nike teamed up with LaPau Gallery in Los Angeles’ Koreatown for a exposure.

After visiting LaPau, I realized that this show was less about celebrating the product itself and more about people’s lived experience. Nike Cortez 50th Anniversary Exhibit features multimedia works by nine Latinx artists from the Bay Area of ​​Northern California on the US-Mexico border that draw specifically from their experiences on the West Coast.

Jesse Maria Gomez-Villeda, “Evolution” (2021), archival pigment print, 23 3/4 x 15 3/4 inches
Jesse Maria Gomez-Villeda, “Love Birds” (2021), archival pigment print, 11 1/4 x 15 3/4 inches

For example, Jesse Maria Gomez-Villeda’s “Evolution” (2021) focuses on waist fashion – striped suits and two-tone wingtip shoes juxtaposed with peeking-through Cortez sneakers. oversized iron pleated pant legs, superimposed over an image of the motor club crowd. The layering of these black and white images emulates a nonlinear idea of ​​time and further illustrates how fashion, like zoot suits, remains a countercultural position that brown communities continue to preserve.

Lying on his cobija, the direct gaze of Manuel Rodrigues upsets stereotypes. In his self-portrait “Pan Dulce” (2014), he reframes and establishes the terms of his own gender and sexuality using brown masculine markers like the jockstrap, Cortez sneaker, and Los Angeles Raiders hat. Raul Baltazar’s painting “The immeasurable, erotic and inaccessible” (2017) plays with a modern Chicano payaso-stylized scene, flipping the script on the popularized Aztec patriarchal portrait. Using materials like cardboard, knitted yarn, and screen printing, the works of Gary Ganas Garay, Misty Avila Ovalles, and Manuel Lopez capture the socio-economic relationship with the remaking of identity.

Manuel Rodrigues, “Pan Dulce” (2014), inkjet print on Gloss Baryta, 9 1/4 x 13 1/4 inches
Raul Baltazar, “The immeasurable, erotic and inaccessible 2” (2017), acrylic on canvas and wood, 52 x 78 inches

In a separate small gallery room, loudspeakers play Guadalupe Rosales’ nocturnal soundscape “The City I Live In” (2022). Rosales uses the East Los Angeles sounds of the ice cream truck and police surveillance helicopters to mourn and commemorate the victims of gun and police violence. At the center of the sound space is rafa esparza’s sculpture “Deconstruct Cortez: Nuevo Mundo Prophecy: Homie Love” (2022) for which he takes the iconic image of the Mexican coat of arms and offers new prophetic hope by dismantling and reshaping parts of the sneaker. Using chicken wire, bandanas, socks, Cortez sneakers and a belt, Esparza presents a harmonious coexistence of snake and eagle.

Just as 50 years ago the Latinx community took symbols and markers meant to be oppressive, even derogatory (like the term Chicano) and re-inscribed their own meaning, these artists take the sneaker of a brutal colonizer’s name and reshape their own complicated agency, presenting a new articulation and imagination of what is possible.

rafa esparza, “Deconstruct Cortez: Nuevo Mundo Prophecy: Homie Love” (2022), Nike Cortez shoe, Nike Cortez soles, socks, military belt, initial buckle and mesh, 46 x 34 x 12 3/4 inches

Nike Cortez 50th Anniversary Exhibit continues at LaPau Gallery (3006 West 7th Street, MacArthur Park, Los Angeles) until October 29. The exhibition was curated by Paulina Lara.

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Kanye West Blames ‘Jewish Zionists’ for Paparazzi, Pulled Shows… and Kardashian Sex Rumors https://huarachesshop.com/kanye-west-blames-jewish-zionists-for-paparazzi-pulled-shows-and-kardashian-sex-rumors/ Sun, 16 Oct 2022 14:08:24 +0000 https://huarachesshop.com/kanye-west-blames-jewish-zionists-for-paparazzi-pulled-shows-and-kardashian-sex-rumors/ KanyeRevolt – Credit: Drink Champs After a controversial and a troubling few weeks, Kanye West returned to Drink champions for the third round with hosts NORE and DJ EFN. Although the 45-minute interview was not posted on YouTube, it can be viewed on Revolt TV website. After a brief introduction, West immediately launched into a […]]]>

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After a controversial and a troubling few weeks, Kanye West returned to Drink champions for the third round with hosts NORE and DJ EFN. Although the 45-minute interview was not posted on YouTube, it can be viewed on Revolt TV website.

After a brief introduction, West immediately launched into a rant about “the Jewish people”, claiming that he is not anti-Semitic because he is also Jewish “like the blood of Christ”. However, he then went on a rant about how the Jewish people control every facet of media and entertainment, even blaming ‘Jewish Zionists’ for recent reports about how his ex-wife Kim Kardashian and his ex- boyfriend pete davidson (who Kanye called “a heroin addict”) having sex in front of a fireplace.

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“Jews have owned the black voice,” West said. “Either it’s through us that we wear the Ralph Lauren shirt, or we’re all signed to a record company, or have a Jewish manager, or are signed to a Jewish basketball team, or make a movie on a platform Jewish like Disney. I respect what the Jewish people did and how they brought their people together.”

West also complained about how Dov Charney – the (Jewish) founder of Los Angeles Apparel who printed Kanye’s controversial White Lives Matter shirts – refused to release the shirts after he tweeted “Death con 3 on Jewish People from West; Charney encouraged West to visit the Holocaust Museum, to which West told him to visit Planned Parenthood, “our Holocaust museum”.

West claimed he had planned four concerts at So-Fi Stadium in Los Angeles, but reservations were canceled by the stadium owners following his Death Con 3 tweet. said West. “They put the crazy narrative out there.”

“Paparazzi takes a picture of you, you won’t get any money from it. You are used to getting screwed over by the Jewish media,” West added. “And I say, you pushed the bear too fucking long.”

He then wondered if NORE would even air the Drink Champs episode, because West’s appearance on The shop was retained of the broadcast on the statements he made on this show. “They blocked me. Jewish media blocked me,” West said. “I’m on. JP Morgan, I put $140 million in JP Morgan, and they treated me like shit. So if JP Morgan Chase treats me like this, how do they treat the rest of you?

After calling out the Kardashians, Puff Daddy and Meek Mill, West compared himself to Michael – Jackson, Jordan, Corleone “every Michael you can think of”, he said – and, as a black man richest in American history, West said, “I want you all to run at me, I want you all to come and kill me, I want you to slap me, I want you to do all that bullshit you’re on rap… Otherwise shut your mouth, unless you were there when the Kardashians kidnapped my children.

Later in the conversation, West explained his “Death Con 3” tweet – and acknowledged it was supposed to be Defcon, “I misspelled it, I tend to” – saying that “Defcon is actually that you are getting ready to protect yourself. “Once they canceled four So-Fi stadiums because of what is classified as bad thinking…because it is very important to have black voting in the groupthink, and not to separate of thought and being completely in line with the left, the Jewish media and the Chinese.” West added of China, “They have something to do with everything.”

At the end of the interview — which Drink Champs followed with a “To Be Continued…” — West said his media provocation may have been tied to a 2024 presidential election. to win is, from the start, to call the Jewish media, because they will play nice with you.”

In his previous appearance, he opened up about his long-standing rivalry with Drake, likening it to being competitive in sports. This time, he did not allude to the existence of a contest and he paid tribute. “Drake is the greatest rapper of all time, and I make no apologies for that,” he said, though they joked that West had been to Drake’s in the past.

While the episode is billed as “Drink champions 3with West, the rapper technically only appeared once on the show, which was billed as a two-part interview.

In the first part which aired in November, it addressed the 2009 VMAs controversy with Taylor Swift, her breakup with Kim Kardashian, Drake beef, and more. In Second part which aired shortly after, it discussed Gangster Disciple founder Larry Hoover, who is serving a life sentence in federal prison, mental health and his Yeezy brand.

His appearance on Drink champions comes at a time when West is under intense scrutiny for his antisemitic messageswhich ended a week earlier this month where he took part in a puzzling two-parter interview with Tucker Carlson on Fox News and deserved condemnation for presenting “White Lives Matter” t-shirts at a fashion show in Paris. At the end of the week, he was banned from posting on Twitter and Instagram.

It didn’t get better this week, when leakage outlets from his interview with Carlson Vice published on Tuesday revealed that Carlson’s production team had removed various anti-Semitic comments from the aired version of the interview. His comments received praise white supremacists. Oh, and he hung out with alt-right sweetheart Candace Owens, when he supported her at the premiere of his documentary, The Biggest Lie Ever Sold: George Floyd and the Rise of BLM.

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Shia LaBeouf admitted having her phone taken away changed her life https://huarachesshop.com/shia-labeouf-admitted-having-her-phone-taken-away-changed-her-life/ Mon, 10 Oct 2022 22:25:00 +0000 https://huarachesshop.com/shia-labeouf-admitted-having-her-phone-taken-away-changed-her-life/ After a few turbulent years of scandals and legal troubles, Shia LaBeouf finally seems on the right track. The 36-year-old has two high-profile films in production – one with a five-time Oscar winner Francis Ford Coppola and another with a legendary actor Robert DiNiro. Not bad for someone who first experienced prison when he was […]]]>

After a few turbulent years of scandals and legal troubles, Shia LaBeouf finally seems on the right track. The 36-year-old has two high-profile films in production – one with a five-time Oscar winner Francis Ford Coppola and another with a legendary actor Robert DiNiro.


Not bad for someone who first experienced prison when he was only 9 years old. Before his superstardom, LaBeouf stole a pair of Nike Cortez sneakers from a store in Pacoima, California. His second arrest came two years later in Sunland-Tujunga, California, also for theft.

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In 2014, LaBeouf probably had his most publicized arrest. He got drunk to watch the Broadway musical “Cabaret”. During the show, which featured Alan Cumming and Michelle Williams, LaBeouf was seen smoking cigarettes inside the theater. LaBeouf was arrested during intermission and taken to the local police station. According to the criminal complaint, he yelled at officers, “That’s f—— bulls-! Do you know my life? Do you know who I am?”

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In July 2017, Shia LaBeouf was arrested in Georgia for public drunkenness, disorderly conduct and obstruction after a stranger allegedly refused to give him a cigarette. The Pieces of a woman The star reportedly fled to a nearby hotel, where police arrested him. Authorities said in a statement: “He became disorderly, using profanity and vulgar language in front of the women and children present. He was told to leave the area and refused, becoming aggressive towards the officer. He was released after posting $7,000 bond.

Now LaBeouf faces another huge legal challenge. In 2020, his ex-girlfriend – musician FKA Twigs – filed a lawsuit against him for sexual assault, assault and emotional distress. The case will be heard by a jury in a Los Angeles court next year, with the trial set to begin on April 17, 2023, rolling stone reports. Despite the lawsuit looming over his head, LaBeouf has credited his wife, actress Mia Goth, and daughter, born in March 2022, with turning his life around.

In a recent interview with former Walking Dead actor Jon Bernthal, LaBeouf opened up about his career and his recovering life. He remembers a decisive moment when the court ordered him to attend a Utah Rehabilitation Center and was forced to return his phone which changed his life forever…


Shia LaBeouf apologizes to FKA Twigs for the ‘hurt’ he caused her

Last month, Shia LaBeouf sat down with actor Jon Bernthal for a two-hour interview for the latter’s Patreon-funded program. The real ones. LaBeouf has become very candid about his legal issues and his recovery. Although he didn’t mention ex-girlfriend FKA Twigs by her stage name or real name – Tahliah Barnett – it was obvious he was talking about her.

LaBeouf said clearly, “I hurt that woman.” He added, “And in doing that, I hurt a lot of other people, and a lot of other people before this woman,” LaBeouf said, his actions had just been “pleasure-seeking, selfish, self-centered , dishonest, inconsiderate, fearful human being.He called accusations made by Twigs that he was verbally, psychologically and physically abusive was his “low bottom”.

“When [the accusations] landed, I forgot how to breathe,” the actor admitted. “I went to load a gun and sat on my table. I was going to kill myself.

Shia LaBeouf didn’t have access to his cell phone for three months

Shia LaBeouf has revealed he traveled to Utah for a recovery program in 2020 for three months. “In those 90 days, I made a list of all those people I hurt…” he said. “I got out and started running…I was trying to right those wrongs.” The rehab center didn’t allow cell phones, and LaBeouf was left alone with his thoughts and with no connection to the outside world.

“I’ve been in Utah for three months. And while I’m in Utah, it allows me to take my cell phone away. And if they didn’t take my cell phone from me, I would never be able to cope. I had never known how to pray because I could never cultivate silence. I had no absence in my life. Every unforgiving moment was full of f-king scroll or others like the ego feed,” LaBeouf admitted.

“Constant fulfillment of my personal desires. And they took my phone away. And for that reason alone, I urge anyone to take this route if you’re in a situation like mine. Just take the phone out of your pocket And this what it gave me was time to really assess what my operating systems had been, what had been the motivating force in my life, who had always been me. It was always ego.

Shia LaBeouf is focusing on her family life these days

In an email published by Variety LaBeouf finally revealed her daughter’s name. “I have a baby girl, Isabel,” the 36-year-old actor wrote in the email. “She is five months old and just beginning to develop the last half of her laughter; this is INCREDIBLE,” LaBeouf continued in writing.

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The honey boy The star also praised his recurring partner, Mia Goth. “My wife and I have found each other and are on our way to a healthy family with love and mutual respect,” he said. Goth, 28, gave birth to their baby girl in March, and news of the baby’s arrival broke the following month.

LaBeouf met the British actress during filming a movie in 2012. In September 2018, it was announced that the couple had separated and filed for divorce. However, in February 2022, it was reported that Goth was pregnant with their first child. Their daughter was born in March 2022.

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Midterm Election Roundup: Increase (Spending) in Arizona https://huarachesshop.com/midterm-election-roundup-increase-spending-in-arizona/ Fri, 07 Oct 2022 14:24:19 +0000 https://huarachesshop.com/midterm-election-roundup-increase-spending-in-arizona/ October 7, 2022, 2:24 p.m. UTC By Ben Kamissar, Bridget Bowman and Alexandra Marquez There have been signs in recent months that Arizona has fallen into the Senate’s top rankings list this cycle (mainly the Senate’s decision for leadership to withdraw ad spending there to fund other races ). But this race should still be […]]]>

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There have been signs in recent months that Arizona has fallen into the Senate’s top rankings list this cycle (mainly the Senate’s decision for leadership to withdraw ad spending there to fund other races ). But this race should still be pretty close, and there has been a flurry of new activity over the past 24 hours.

In addition to the tense debate we saw Thursday night, Democratic Senator Mark Kelly is up with a new announcement where he tries to portray himself as someone willing to thwart both sides.

“I stand up on the left when they want to defund the police, and I stand up on the right when they want a national ban on abortion,” Kelly says in the direct-to-camera ad. “And when Joe Biden is wrong, I call him.”

But while the GOP super PAC marquee is no longer playing in Arizona, that doesn’t mean other bands have given up. Politico first reported the Republican National Senate Committee adding a ‘seven-figure’ investment in the state which includes television and direct mail. The group has spent $4.6 million on ads in the state since the primary, but virtually nothing since late last month, per AdImpact.

Elsewhere on the campaign trail:

Senate/Governor of Arizona: A likely new CNN election poll finds Democratic Sen. Mark Kelly leading Republican Blake Masters 51% to 45% and Democrat Katie Hobbs leading Republican Kari Lake 49% to 46% in the race for governor.

Georgia Senate: Republican Hope in the Senate Herschel Walker during a campaign stop Thursday continued to deny claims he urged an ex-girlfriend to have an abortion and reimbursed her for the procedure. Meanwhile, Democratic Senator Raphael Warnock’s campaign is released a new tv ad highlighting allegations that Walker threatened the women with violence.

Iowa Senate: GOP Senator Chuck Grassley and Democrat Mike Franken faced in their only debate Thursday night clashes over abortion, inflation and Jan. 6, according to the Des Moines Register. They also argued over an allegation by Franken’s former campaign manager that he made an unwanted advance (which Franken denied).

Senate/Governor of Nevada: The likely new CNN election poll finds Republican Adam Laxalt ahead of Democratic Senator Catherine Cortez Masto 49%-46%, and Republican gubernatorial candidate Joe Lombardo ahead of Democratic Governor Steve Sisolak 48%-46%.

Pennsylvania Senate: The Associated Press reports that Democratic Lieutenant Governor John Fetterman “kept a light work schedule and was often absent from state affairs” during his four years in office.

Governor of Illinois: Democratic Gov. JB Pritzker debated Republican nominee Darren Bailey in a tense event which The Associated Press summed up as the two men “find different ways to call yourself ‘liar’.”

Governor of Oregon: Inside Elections reports that Phil Knight, co-founder of Nike donated to the gubernatorial campaigns of Republican Christine Drazan and Independent Betsy Johnson. Drazan, Johnson and Democrat Tina Kotek debated Thursday, clashing over crime, homelessness and abortion access in the state.

Governor of Texas: Launch of Democrat Beto O’Rourke’s campaign a new tv ad featuring family members of children killed in a mass shooting earlier this year at an elementary school in Uvalde, Texas.

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