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0:00 - Space Phase - 98
2:09 - Dan Mason - ラブレスナイト
5:20 - VANTAGE // - 休み
8:37 - tkdwn. - late night tv
10:06 - Jamie Bathgate - T H I R D S
15:20 - Dan Mason - 日常 (Shoji’s Edit)
18:05 - DJ Apolo Trevent - You’re Now Deeply Asleep
21:25 - Dan Mason - Rainy Nights
24:20 - haircuts for men - 海辺の傷
28:25 - Shigeto - Deep Breathing
34:10 - Heathered Pearls - Interior Architecture Software
38:35 - Dreams West - Nu Age
42:22 - haircuts for men - одинокий
46:44 - Neija - Visions
49:33 - Costavision - Costa Horizon
54:05 - KFDDA - ライブ1980セントジェームスクラブKFDDA
57:40 - 幽霊, TOGETHER! - M i A m I L i G h T s

ż radio 001

1. bryson tiller - don’t (thrdeye rework)
2. baby bash - suga suga (royal refix)
3. jmk - mcclenney version
4. future x the weeknd - low life (osho remix)
5. aerosmith - dream on (griz remix)
6. dee edwards - why can’t there be love [ż edit]
7. drake - all me (stwo remix) [ż edit]
8. drake - all me (aztek instrumental) [ż edit]
9. karol conka - e o poder [ż edit]
10. bob marley - jamming (luxx remix)
11. mo vibez x creepa - dr777
12. tory lanez - r.i.d.e. (falcons remix)
13. ty dolla $ign - blasé (louis the child remix)
14. goldlink x falcons - vroom vroom
15. show clothes - pool party ft gavriella
16. jamie xx x young thug - i know there’s gonna be good times (katmandu remix) [ż edit]
17. mac milller x miguel - weekend (tadeo flip)
18. stephen - crossfire
19. trance (atlantic) ft. 160046
20. 6 a.m. - juice
21. post malone - mood
22. anderson paak x asher roth - make it work
23. quinn xcii - full circle
24. vanilla ace x adam baum - throwback
25. brandy x monica - the boy is mine (choys remake)
26. rihanna - work (vandalized cover)
27. marc e bassy x ty dolla $ign - that’s love (matt dimona remix)
28. kehlani ft. lexii alijai - jealous (no sleep remix)
29. drake x future - change locations (devault w/ opvs remix)
30. troyboi x diplo - afterhours (empia remix)
31. snoop dogg ft pharrell - drop it like its hot (anka flip)
32. flume - never be like you ft. kai (ktwice remix)
33. lapsley - love is blind (sam gellaitry remix)
34. soysauce x lil aaron - bout time [ż edit]
35. kanye west - real friends [ż edit]
36. gallant - bourbon
37. jmsn - cruel intentions
38. quinn xcii - new wave
39. eden - gravity


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John Cummings (right), the Whitney Plantation’s owner and Ibrahima Seck, its director of research, in the Baptist church on the grounds. CreditMark Peckmezian for The New York Times

Building the First Slavery Museum in America

     Louisiana’s River Road runs northwest from New Orleans to Baton Rouge, its two lanes snaking some 100 miles along the Mississippi and through a contradictory stretch of America. Flat and fertile, with oaks webbed in Spanish moss, the landscape stands in defiance of the numerous oil refineries and petrochemical plants that threaten its natural splendor. In the rust-scabbed towns of clapboard homes, you are reminded that Louisiana is the eighth-poorest state in the nation. Yet in the lush sugar plantations that crop up every couple of miles, you can glimpse the excess that defined the region before the Civil War. Some are still active, with expansive fields yielding 13 million tons of sugar cane a year. Others stand in states of elegant rot. But most conspicuous are those that have been restored for tourists, transporting them into a world of bygone Southern grandeur — one in which mint juleps, manicured gardens and hoop skirts are emphasized over the fact that such grandeur was made possible by the enslavement of black human beings.

     On Dec. 7, the Whitney Plantation, in the town of Wallace, 35 miles west of New Orleans, celebrated its opening, and it was clear, based on the crowd entering the freshly painted gates, that the plantation intended to provide a different experience from those of its neighbors. Roughly half of the visitors were black, for starters, an anomaly on plantation tours in the Deep South. And while there were plenty of genteel New Orleanians eager for a peek at the antiques inside the property’s Creole mansion, they were outnumbered by professors, historians, preservationists, artists, graduate students, gospel singers and men and women from Senegal dressed in traditional West African garb: flowing boubous of intricate embroidery and bright, saturated colors. If opinions on the restoration varied, visitors were in agreement that they had never seen anything quite like it. Built largely in secret and under decidedly unorthodox circumstances, the Whitney had been turned into a museum dedicated to telling the story of slavery — the first of its kind in the United States.

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Teenagers whip security guard with their belts in Oxford Street Sports Direct

This is shocking moment a security guard was “horsewhipped” with a leather belt after telling three young troublemakers to leave a busy sports shop in the West End.

The 35-year-old guard said he was fortunate not to have been blinded in the attack at Sports Direct’s Oxford Street branch at 4.24pm yesterday.

The victim said the trio, in their late teens, turned on him after being told to stop messing around on the escalator.

Footage released by the company to trace the three young men shows them enter the shop and walk straight over to the escalators, which they start running up and down.

The security guard shouts at them to leave but seconds later they return and a scuffle breaks out.

The guard radios for help as two of the men remove their belts and lash out before running away.

The 35-year-old victim said: “I’m in shock. Never in all my time working security have I been attacked in this way.

“I asked the boys to leave as they were causing disruption in the shop.

“They called me every name possible and resisted. Just as I thought they were leaving, I saw one take off his belt and wrap it around his wrist.

“Next minute, I had been slapped on the arm. Just as I was reacting, another one of the boys had hit me over the face from behind with another belt.

“It was terrifying. Before I could grab them, they had left the shop. I’m just glad no one else was hurt.”

The suspects scattered in different directions through crowds in Oxford Street.

The guard was treated for head and back injuries.

Police have appealed for help tracking down the three people shown in the images shortly before the attack.

The first man was wearing a white and black tracksuit and blue flip flops.

His companion was wearing a black cap with white writing on, ripped blue jeans, a black hoodie and black trainers.

A third man with them was wearing ripped blue jeans, black top and distinctive red trainers.

Store manager Dehiren Patel added: “This behaviour is absolutely disgusting, and unfortunately is becoming common place in Oxford Street.

“These thugs think they can get away with acting like idiots because there are not enough visible police.

“My staff should not have to come into work and feel afraid.”

Sports Direct is offering a reward for information leading to the conviction of the men and has paid for a holiday for the security guard.

A spokesman said: “Our security guard showed great courage in protecting the public and the store. We hope those responsible for this cowardly attack are caught as soon as possible and urge anyone who recognises them to help the police in their inquiries.”