“I’ve tried so many different hijabs for performance, and . So few of them actually work for me. But once I put it on and took it for a spin on the ice, I was blown away by the fit and the light weight.”The move comes just weeks after a controversial Nike ad released in the Middle East.It featured five successful female professional from different parts of the Arab world pursing their athletic dreams while a voice asks, “what will they say about you?” It’s a rhetorical question that many young Arab women face if they step out of cultural and traditional norms.The video went viral with million of views on social media, prompting a debate over its message.CNNMoney (Dubai) First published March 7, 2017: 9:30 AM ETContact UsClosed CaptioningSite MapMost stock quote data provided by BATS.
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Marbury, who now plays in China, was touting his shoes as a bargain on social media when a reader noted that he chose Starburys when they were going for $15 a pair rather than the latest edition of Jordan’s, which go for hundreds of dollars. The unveiling of the latest Air Jordan models always arrives with great fanfare. The arrival of limited editions of Jordan’s Nike shoes has been met with violence that Marbury finds unconscionable..
Documentary filmmaker Myl Moreno when she was living in Austin, before she married Rafe Greenlee (terrific wedding) and moved to El Paso for a year and then on to California. At the time, I thought I knew a lot about her she had degrees from Harvard and Stanford, and while she was living here in the Nineties, she worked with and produced the first episode of documentary filmmaker Hector Gal Chicano! History of the Mexican American Civil Rights Movement series for PBS. But what I never knew about the petite, ever fit Moreno until interviewing her for this story a few weeks ago was that she had played serious soccer through college and, deep down, had always really, really wanted to become a professional athlete.