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The wait is almost over. The much-anticipated Kanye West CD, “Yeezus”, is due to drop on Tuesday. The 10-track album, sure to create a buzz as only Kanye can, features collaborations from a slew of hot artists including Daft Punk, Chief Keef and Kid Kudi. Recorded mostly in the ooh-la-la land of Paris, “Yeezus” is West’s sixth studio album.


This summer Target is partnering with Feed Projects LLC, on a design-for-a-good-cause project. The humanitarian organization founded by Lauren Bush Lauren will co-design the FEED USA Target Collection. The lifestyle collection includes more than 50 pieces from sporting goods and clothing to housewares and accessories. The goal: provide more than 10 million meals through Feeding America with proceeds for the collection. The line is available for a limited time, beginning June 30.


Nothing says summer like a pair of fashionable sunglasses. And nothing says it-girl like indulging in the latest military-inspired trend, which is all the runway rage. Indulge in the accessory-of-the-moment with Giorgio Armani’s 8017-R-Z sunglasses, with round frames and black Nappa binders. Available at Sunglass Hut. Price tag: $450.


Did Brad Pitt make a hit or a flop? We’ll know Friday when the producer/actor’s long-awaited zombie epic “World War Z” hits screens. Rumors about the troubled production have been flying for awhile now, and in this post-“Walking Dead” world a PG-13 rating seems a bit tame for a movie about the flesh-eating undead. On the bright side: zombies and Brad Pitt are hard to beat. We’ll reserve judgment until we see it.

Audra D.S. Burch

& Connie Ogle

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